The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 39 min 40 sec ago
PEOPLE with disabilities should have more wheelchair paths to peaks in the Lake District, a meeting has heard.
THE future of a herd of endangered Exmoor ponies is in doubt, according to the people who have cared for them since 1994.
A WOMAN from Grange-over-Sands lost £25,000 in a sinister internet scam.
BIG Up North dance theatre festival has some of the region's most imaginative movers and shakers on the bill.
UNHAPPY residents have voiced their anger at the 'netting' of hedgerows at a housing site in South Lakeland.
FOR those who enjoy a good laugh Cloud 9 is the place to be.
BORDERING open fields and with views of Kendal Castle, this four-bedroom family home has been extended and improved to "stunning" effect.
HOLIDAYMAKERS heading home from a weekend in the Lake District are being warned to expect to delays due to the volume of traffic.
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron hailed Easter weekend’s special rail service on the Lakes Line as another massive success.
VOLUNTEERS with the Clapham Cave Rescue Organisation dealt with two incidents on the Ingleton waterfalls walk trail on Saturday afternoon.
Cumbria’s annual poppy appeal has surpassed £700,000 for the first time ever.
A driver has died following a crash on the M6 in north Cumbria - taking the Easter weekend death toll on the county's roads to three.
HODDER and Stoughton's number one bestselling mystery thriller writer is paying a visit to Kendal Library.
A BREWERY which was snapped up by an entrepreneurial couple six months ago is enjoying its best year ever - thanks to its gluten-free beer.
RISING star chef Tom Barnes will have one eye on the finishing line as he cooks from a new pop up kitchen next to the final furlong at Cartmel Racecourse this summer.
FIRE crews were called to a small vehicle fire on Serpentine Road, Kendal, at 12.51pm on Sunday.
A LAKE District pub has been named as the Cumbrian winner of the county heats in the annual National Pub & Bar Awards.
A man has been identified following a fatal collision on the A66 at Thornthwaite, Keswick.
SOUTH Cumbria is on course to record a crime rise, a meeting has heard.
NINETEEN weeks is now the average time taken for a home to sell, according to RICS, from the For Sale sign going up to the sale being completed.