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1 hr ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
MINTFEST descends on Kendal this weekend and so in homage to the town's peppermint-strong history, this week it's all about those sharp, fresh-tasting green leaves.
5 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
A nine-year-old girl suffered deep gashes to her chin after a dog bit her while she was playing on grassland near her home at Sandylands, Kendal.
8 hrs ago | News and Star
A landmark building is to open its doors to the public for the very last time before it undergoes a major transformation.
12 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
A CHURCH congregation which shivered its way through last winter has given a warm summer welcome to some kind-hearted community intervention.
Marcus Kenning and fianci 1 2 Maria Whitaker from, Main Road, Wrangle are cycling to Gretna Green to get married The cycle-mad pair will be jumping on their bikes from their home in Main Road, Wrangle, on August 30 to reach the venue at Gretna Green in Scotland.
A new process to find a site for an underground repository for high-level nuclear waste in Cumbria is lacking detail, it has been claimed.
A KENDAL teenager who spent ten weeks in Tanzania helping to educate hundreds of people about the importance of water quality has urged those unsure as to their next move in life to consider volunteering.
Officers were called to the cafe in Vulcan Park, Workington, at 5.35pm yesterday after a report the youngster had been attacked.
Security staff could soon be patrolling town centre takeaways as part of efforts to cut down on rowdy night-time behaviour.
The vehicle was parked in a driveway on Acre Moss Lane, Hollgarth, when the four tyres were slashed between 4.15am and 4.45am.
John Nutley: 'A lot of businesses are going for it. I believe it is one of those paradigm shifts in computing' As faster broadband speeds become available across the county more businesses are opting to ditch upfront software and server costs and instead use cloud computing options, accessing their data and IT online.
Queen Katherine School headteacher Gareth Roscoe with the school's Kendal in Bloom award with plot holder Ian Parker and volunteer Heather Fielding "The standard is improving every year, especially with the nice weather we've had," said Kendal in Bloom vice-chairman Phil Walker.
AN MP has added his voice to an outpouring of anger over proposals for 5,000 new homes in a small village.
Sam Jones, whose work at Greenlands Farm Village, includes looking after the chickens in the 'hotel' while their owners are on holiday Enterprising Carnforth teenager Sam Jones, 18, can accommodate up to 120 pampered poultry at Chickens on Holiday, his new business venture at Greenlands Farm Village.
CUMBRIA is now home to three pairs of nesting ospreys as Natural England confirmed the arrival of two chicks at their Roudsea Wood reserve in South Lakeland.
TO be honest, the 13.12 out of Carlisle to Dumfries doesn't feel like of one of the great railway journeys of the world.
AS HAS been remembered ever since, hostilities, in what was already designated as The Great War, ended with the Armistice on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 02:27 pm
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