VANDALS left a school community feeling glum – but pupils and teachers received a boost through a token of kindness from one of their families.
A SOCIAL media campaign has been launched to help find a beloved family dog and mascot of a south Cumbria racecourse. (1 comment)
PROFESSIONAL pest controllers have raised concerns that homeowners could be turning to DIY remedies to tackle infestations because of a lack of council support. (1 comment)
HUNDREDS turned out a school summer fair on Friday.
THE going was good for an historic first ever Sunday of racing in south Cumbria, which looks set to be a firm favourite with punters.
AN event which helps the community of Furness keep fit welcomed hundreds of runners despite the bad weather.
The ladies taking part in the Walk to Remember set off on both the seven and eleven mile walks.
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BARROW is braced for blistering sun and baking heat as a summer heatwave heads to south Cumbria.
A TEACHER described as exceptional and a credit to her school has been nominated for a county-wide education award. (2 comments)
WE mark this week’s return to school by launching the 2015 Golden Apple awards – our annual celebration honouring the best in education and training across Cumbria.
WINGER Izak Reid has left Barrow AFC after cancelling his contract.
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TEN weeks ago some of the new recruits at Walney Wind Cheetahs couldn’t run for more than one minute without getting out of breath, but now they are preparing to conquer this Sunday’s 5km race.
ORGANISERS have praised the community spirit which has continued to drive the success of an annual initiative aimed at helping people get fit.
FIVE Furness Judo Club juniors have gained North West recognition after fighting their way to gold at the Lancashire Closed County Championships. (1 comment)
SHARNA Forsyth, 25, a PA at Sellafield, from Barrow, and James Tyson, 27, a labourer, from Askam, married at St Mary’s Church, Dalton, on May 29, 2015
A SPECIAL friend who “would do anything for anyone” was the deserving recipient of the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week.