The Westmorland Gazette
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Q I read your column about what medicines to take on holiday, but what should I keep at home?
THE parents of a teenage girl living with a very rare muscle-wasting condition are hoping Gazette readers will pledge support to their Great North Run 2019 team.
FIREFIGHTERS from three Lake District stations paid tribute to a well-respected former colleague who has died aged 76.
The transition from Year 11 to the sixth form is an important one. Here voices from Kendal's Kirkbie Kendal School describe the changes, challenge sand opportunities it brings.
By Jane Renouf:
THE National Trust is leading an event to raise awareness of sheep worrying and crimes relating to dogs and wildlife.
Colour By Numbers by Culture Club, Virgin Record Label, 12" Picture Disc LP. 1983. Value £40
APPLEBY'S new flood siren sounds "similar to that of an emergency vehicle" and is not as loud or high-pitched as the previous siren, said town councillors.
A HISTORIC and well-loved Furness pub is among more than 100 lots due to go under the hammer at a property auctions in Leeds next month.
A CARNIVAL which aims to promote “the best of Kendal to the rest of the world” is returning next month.
UK NEWS: Wealthy film buffs are being given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own some of the biggest props from cult movies - including the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch
Wealthy film buffs are being given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own some of the biggest props from cult movies - including the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch.
A TEAM of photographers worked hard to restore one of their favourite locations back to its natural beauty after it had been found littered with rubbish.
People living in Ambleside, Grasmere, Coniston and Hawkshead can now get grants to help meet the cost of hospital treatment
A NEW grant to help patients meet the cost of travelling to hospital for medical treatment is being trialled in the Ambleside area, available for the next five and a half months until January 2020.
A NEW farmhouse business will launch its first soft fromage during this year’s Yorkshire Dales Cheese Festival.
I DO not understand why, according to Cllr Dyan Jones (Gazette, August 1, 'Recycled plastic 'stays in the UK' '), the publication of a 'clear audit trail' of stuff destined for recycling is a 'confidential and sensitive' subject.
A BEAUTY consultant who faced a long cancer ordeal is saying thank you to the charity that helped during dark times.
LOVE and support from her "wonderful husband" inspired a Dales woman to run 108 miles with just 15 minutes' sleep.
AN APPEAL against the refusal to grant planning permission for housing off a Kendal road has been dismissed.