Westmorland gazette

During the First World War local newspapers were a vital means of keeping abreast of the news of the war. United Kingdom (Regional). Westmorland Gazette WWI Records. Please note that the Editor has the right to edit anything I send in.

The main problem remains the A59 the main route through the Lake District, which has been demolished by a landslip just north of Grasmere. The front page cartoon covers a vast range of topics, from second homes to climate change.

Each week I submit a range of ideas and these. Where is Peter Rabbit? Co-written by acclaimed playwright Sir Alan . Eat and drink the authentic Italian way in a warm, stylish and contemporary setting – Bici Cafe. We hope you will enjoy reading it.

The Felltarn Friends want to share some exciting adventures with you. Get ready to learn, craft, colour and discover with the Felltarn Friends. A senior reporter has won an annual award for exceptional performance in the National Qualification for Journalism (NQJ), making it her third NCTJ award in a year. Whilst we would welcome balanced representation of all LOCAL candidates within the paper, we feel strongly that a front page advert for a single national party is not .

New lease of life from creative Lakes company. New pet product company takes the plunge with Creative Lakes. Please submit news to her by the deadline shown on the back of the magazine. HOLYDAY MARY died peacefully in her sleep in the early hours of Saturday Nov. Heron Hill Care Home.

She leaves behind a daugthter, grandson, granddaughter and greatgrandson. STAINTON Suddenly on Friday 5th November at his home GEORGE (DANNY) of Gayle Avenue Shap, Penirth. A sadly missed Grandad of Stephen, George,. THE FATAL EXPLOSION AT SEDGWICK.

INQUEST AND VERDICT OF THE JURY. Cumbria Libraries have . The inquest on the bodies of the unfortunate men who lost their lives in the explosion at the New Sedgwick Gunpowder Works on Thursday . PODIUMuch that people can do to help the plight of red squirrels. Read the article here.

Red squirrel conservation groups in the North of England and North Wales are doing a remarkable job. Over the last decade thousands of volunteers have swelled the ranks of the dedicated few who refuse to let the red squirrel be lost for .