The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 4 min 29 sec ago
The A684 is closed both ways and there is slow traffic due to a serious traffic incident near Rigg House.
The yellow weather warning didn’t stop more than 60 eager campers giving up their warm homes over the weekend for a cold, wet and windy night under the stars to help older people stay warm in winter.
HUNDREDS of workers at GSK in Ulverston have been told who will lose their jobs within the next two years.
A KIRKBY Lonsdale woman has launched a campaign for safer roads in the South Lakes town.
WE PRESENTED our budget for South Lakeland District Council. I am really proud that this reflects a solid plan that will safeguard the council at a time of financial insecurity.
A HUNDRED job vacancies are available to apply for this summer at Windermere Lake Cruises.
Warton Road is closed both ways and there is heavy traffic from Market Street (Carnforth) to Shore Road (Millhead).
The A66 is blocked both ways and there is queueing traffic due to a traffic incident at the B5289.
IT IS with rising levels of frustration that I write in an attempt to understand what role one of the key strategies ‘Achieving vibrant and sustainable settlements’ (CS02) has in the current Local Development Framework.
FIVE "inspiring individuals" have won a ticket to research "important topical issues" around the world.
FORMER Scotland rugby captain Rob Wainwright and cyclist Mark Beaumont made a quick stop at Kendal Rugby club for a hot breakfast this morning and a power nap before continuing on their 500-mile cycle challenge.
A BRILLIANT swim by the in form Elliot Woodburn was a highlight of the first block of club championships staged by Kendal Swimming Club at the GLL Centre this week.
Nearly 70 homes are without power in the Penrith area today.
A MOBILE fish and chip shop has been named as one of the UK's best.
Fire crews tackled a blaze in Tebay last night.
A FREEDOM Parade in honour of the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment is to be held in Kendal this Saturday, March 16.
JOE Gilbert was lucky to be alive after a 200m fall on Helvellyn.
Four of Cumbria's best known attractions have come together to exhibit at a national travel show.
IT was a match which ultimately reflected both Rossendale and Kendal’s year, low in confidence and making too many errors but all in all it was the opposition’s quality of play and better handling in the second half that saw them through.