The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 30 min 12 sec ago
Want to do some home improvements but on a tight budget? These simple ideas won't break the bank, says Vicky Shaw.
MP Tim Farron will be hosting another virtual question and answer session with constituents this Friday evening from 7pm.
TRAINEE teachers who are soon to graduate are behind a scheme to support parents and families amid uncertainty about pupils returning to school.
A HOUSE sale with a big difference could see you win a country home for just £2.50 whilst raising cash for an end of life charity.
A TRAIN operator is setting up new "ground breaking" tourist services on the historic Settle to Carlisle line this summer.
Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority leadership role goes to former Malham Farmer and rugby player
A HILL farmer and former rugby player from Malham dale has been elected Chairman of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
DESTINATION Management Organisations from across the country have joined together to back a campaign encouraging government to ensure the tourism sector is supported through Winter 2020.
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FIGURES from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show 59 people died in the North East, Cumbria and North Yorkshire in the week ending June 19.
FOLLOWING the Prime Minister’s announcement last week, the public are being reminded ahead of the easing of restrictions on July 4 that Covid-19 has not gone away.
TWO Virtual Fracture Clinics have been launched at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (RLI) and Westmorland General Hospital (WGH) for new patients.
MORE than 100 laptops have been delivered to disadvantaged teenagers in the South Lakes, as part of a new Downing Street drive to close the education gap.
A SKETCH owned by a legendary Lake District figure has been sold for a record-breaking price.
COMMUNITY leaders in south Cumbria have called for a greater roads police presence along major routes in the area.
LAST Saturday was Armed Forces Day, but unfortunately celebrations had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plans which would be implemented if Cumbria went into local coronavirus lockdown have been published.
Towards the end of the century parts of the UK could see 40°C days every 3-4 years on average under a high emissions scenario.
A PLANNING application for the construction of a single-story dwelling has been submitted to the National Park Planning Authority.
ON the floor of the House of Commons, South Lakes MP Tim Farron warned the Government that failure to extend support for the hospitality and tourism sector through the winter will see thousands of jobs and businesses collapse.
A NEW service will tackle the pandemic of loneliness.