The Westmorland Gazette
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THE multi-award-winning team from a South Lakeland brewery have crafted a beer with a twist.
The Monkees by The Monkees, released in UK in 1967 on the RCA Victor label, value £40
THE million-pound refurbishment of a long-established Lake District hotel is complete.
A TEACHER who suffers from epilepsy has described how discovering water colour painting has transformed his life and played a huge part in coming to terms with his condition.
CELEB haunt Cabo San Lucas is famous for its raucous nightlife, but is there more to the town than just bar-hopping? Katie Wright finds out.
AMANDA Whittington's gripping play, The Thrill of Love, which dramatises the true story of Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain, is Staveley Roundhouse Theatre's next production running from next Friday until Tuesday (March 26, 7.30pm, no performance Sunday). The cast includes talented local actors, Sarah Waterhouse as Ruth Ellis, plus Ben Dowman, Kate Vernon, Kate Walford and Rowan Birkett.
A NEW facility to assist the homeless opened its doors in Kendal this week.
A FAMILY are left 'devastated' after finding out a public bench placed in memory of their daughter who died last year was vandalised.
ONE of the most prominent events in the dairy industry calendar has once again attracted top quality cattle and record crowds.
BUBBLY broadcaster Sara Cox, her cute Maltese terrier Beano in tow, settles down for a good old chinwag — the sort which has endeared her to millions of radio listeners over the years.
NEWS that breakdancing could become an Olympic sport has been welcomed by a woman who teaches power moves and freezes.
I WOULD like to thank the gentleman who assisted my husband, who is 84 years old, after he had a fall in Staveley outside the pharmacy.
MICROPLASTIC pollution has been found in Britain’s most iconic rivers and lakes, scientists have found.
CALM, bright, moody or dramatic? Three interiors experts reveal how to style 2019's boldest blues, writes Gabrielle Fagan.
HELEN Lister and her Italian greyhound, Spencer, of Windermere, are celebrating an "amazing" Crufts 2019.
COMING up in Theatre by the Lake’s spring season is a new version of August Strindberg’s Creditors by Howard Brenton, running at Keswick from Friday. The play focuses on Adolph, a young artist deeply in love with his new wife Tekla. But a chance meeting with a suave stranger in a seaside hotel shakes Adolph’s devotion to the core. Creditors is a wickedly enjoyable black comedy, regarded by Strindberg as his masterpiece. Box office 017687-74411.
PEOPLE have been invited to share their memories of swimming in the iconic Grange Lido.
A LATE blast of wintry weather battered South Lakeland this week as snow, rain and wind swept across the area.
A CONGREGATION of several hundred gathered last week at St Mary’s Parish Church, Ambleside for the funeral of Malcolm Tyson, who has died at the age of 89.
I read the report about Holocaust deniers ‘tainting’ the Lake District Holocaust Project’s exhibition at Windermere Library (Gazette, February 21). I would like to know how people find it acceptable to say the Holocaust did not exist and that Auschwitz was a holiday camp?