2:00pm Monday 1st September 2014
The disturbing and emotional play The Accrington Pals by Peter Whelen, staged by Burneside Amateur Theatre Society, has set two new dates for audiences who missed it first time round.
2:20pm Sunday 31st August 2014
THE names of soldiers who appeared in one of the most iconic images from the First World War can be revealed publicly for the first time, thanks to a Gazette reader.
1:00pm Friday 22nd August 2014
Historian Roger Bingham, of Ackenthwaite, describes the end and the cost of the First World War
12:00pm Thursday 21st August 2014
Fell walkers reaching the 2,949-feet summit of mighty Great Gable, part of the Lake District’s Western fells, will find a simple bronze war memorial tablet set into the rocks of the cairn.
10:20am Thursday 21st August 2014
MEMBERS of a Lunesdale brewing family are toasting an ancestor’s service in the Great War by producing four new limited edition beers.
5:25pm Tuesday 19th August 2014
YOUNG people are invited to the last in a series of First World War-themed workshops at Penrith and Eden Museum, taking place on Tuesday (August 26).
9:03am Tuesday 19th August 2014
A DENT man who is championing the return of a wartime monetary unit that helped finance the Great War has been invited to speak to some of Britain’s top brains at a Cambridge conference.
1:00pm Monday 18th August 2014
Senior Archivist Margaret Owen reveals that a fascinating report on local World War One Auxiliary Hospitals is preserved in Kendal Archive Centre
11:00am Friday 15th August 2014
David Shackleton, of Staveley, describes the tragic stories of some of the people whose names appear on war memorials at South Lakeland and Eden
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