A veritable avalanche of good cartoon stories in The Westmorland Gazette this week.
For a start, a local hairdresser is a hit on Channel 4's Come Dine With Me show. (If you haven't seen it, this a show where people you don't know go round to the houses of people they don't like and eat food which they are then rude about.)
The Tour de France is coming to the Yorkshire Dales National Park. (I was banned from doing any performance-enhancing jokes for this one, including ones about Wensleydale cheese.)
The local anti-nuke brigade are hopping mad.
Sorry, I finished that sentence early.
The local anti-nuke brigade are hopping mad that Cumbria Tourism is being carefully neutral about the prospect of a managed nuclear facility in Cumbria. Sorry again; nuclear waste dump. Ironically, another group has been set up to try and overcome the resistance to the proposed Killington wind farm.
And finally, one of the UK's last independent record stores is finally closing down, citing competition from music downloads as the cause.
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