This January, why not treat yourself with a subscription to The Westmorland Gazette website. We're offering a one month free trial on our monthly and annual Premium Plus package.  

This means you will be able to gain full access to our website and read our exclusive premium features, like our much-loved Cumbrian memories.

You'll also be able to read the digital edition of our newspaper before it's gone to print and play new online puzzles every week. 

How to subscribe 

Subscribe here and click on Premium Plus. You will then get two options to pay monthly or annually, our one month free trial is valid on both. 

You'll then be prompted to add your email address and payment details.

Once completed you'll be able to enjoy all our quality content. 

Why subscribe? 

It's more important than ever to stay informed and up to date with the latest news and here at The Westmorland Gazette we passionately believe in the value of good trusted journalism and providing in-depth local news coverage.

If you share that belief you can experience the benefits of unlimited advert-light news access from journalists you know and trust on your favourite devices. 

With a digital subscription you will experience up to 80% less advertising, this means faster loading pages and ultimately a much better user experience.

Terms and conditions

Offer valid on digital subscriptions only. Offer ends 31st January 2022 at 23:59pm GMT. Subscription auto-renews unless cancelled. After the initial thirty-day trial period, a subscription will be charged at £7.99 per month. An annual digital subscription will be charged at £71 per year.

All subscriptions can be cancelled and refunded within 14 days of purchase. Newsquest Media Group reserves the right to change or remove the offer at any time. Please see for full details. 


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