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Sunday, 26 April 2015

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Man involved in road traffic collision in Cumbria

A 22-year-old male has been involved in an accident on the A596 between Aspatria and Wigton.

Woman airlifted to hospital after Cumbria cliff fall

A WOMAN who fell from the cliffs at St Bees was treated at the scene before being flown to hospital.

Family rescued after sailing dinghy damaged

Barrow RNLI Barrow RNLI were called out to assist a family of three that were stuck on a sailing dinghy that had engine problems.

Barrow man taken to hospital after disturbance

Mill Bank 3 A Man from Ormsgill, Barrow was taken to Furness General Hospital after reports of a disturbance earlier today.

Cumbria mountaineer describes horrifying moment Nepal earthquake struck

Chris Harling A CUMBRIA mountain rescue volunteer has described how the ground moved “like jelly” during the horrifying earthquake in Nepal.

Nothing will stop us winning league - Barrow AFC skipper


BARROW AFC skipper Simon Grand is supremely confident he will lead a team to title glory on the final day of a regular Conference North season for the second successive year. (8 comments)

By George, it’s time to flag up our dragon-slaying patron saint

50076081B000.jpgds CELEBRATIONS in honour of England’s patron saint will be held across Furness today and over the next few days. (3 comments)

Top 15 places to enjoy a nice cold beer outside in South Cumbria

The Mill in Ulverston WHEN the weather is this fine Cumbria has some of the best spots to enjoy a nice cold beer outside, here are our top choices. (3 comments)

Superfan’s 6,500 mile trip to see Barrow AFC


ANY Bluebirds fans grumbling about having to complete the painfully long trip to Lowestoft Town tomorrow should spare a thought for Qatar-based Barrovian Ryan Sutherland.

No-one faces prosecution over deaths of mothers and babies at FGH in Barrow


POLICE have confirmed no-one will face a criminal prosecution over a series of deaths and injuries caused to mothers and babies at a disgraced hospital in Barrow. (1 comment)

BIG NIGHT OUT: Hockey players have a jolly night after a year of being right on the ball

50075942B002.jpg HOCKEY fans from across Furness and South Cumbria gathered to celebrate the achievements of players, coaches, umpires and volunteers.

BOUQUET: Angela proves she’s sew special by kitting out school’s young dancers

50076073B001.jpg A GRANDMOTHER who dusted off her sewing machine to create an amazing set of costumes for a school’s dance performance has been awarded the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week.

Taking first steps on fitness journey

AS the training sessions start for the Evening Mail’s Energy for Life Walney Family Fun Run, the Walney Wind Cheetahs offer new runners some tips and advice

Health Matters

EM Ben Merriman BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about hay fever, its symptoms and the treatments available

Welcome gift gives helping hand to cope with dyslexia in South Cumbria

EM Lake District Farmers Armstrong family charitable fund logo A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply (1 comment)

BIG DEBATE: How can we revive the NHS?

S64496BB THE National Health Service is struggling to make ends meet on the annual funding it receives, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View. Head of the organisation, Simon Stevens, has called for an extra £8 billion every year to ensure it can continue to offer free at the point of care need into the future. We ask the prospective parliamentary candidates for Barrow and Furness for their views on funding the NHS

Small wonder chihuahua is racing ahead of the pack

Top Pet competition 2015, Dogs - Bella

THIS week it is all about vote, vote and then more voting, as the deadline for The Evening Mail’s Top Pet Competition 2015 approaches.
View the slideshows below and find out how to vote
Click here to watch the Top Pet videos and vote for your favourite (1 comment)

Just waiting to give you affection

S64794BB.jpgds BEING happy and playful is how staffie crossbreed TJ makes his way through life.

Help hungry hogs build up strength

50061327B001 IRENE CANNON, who runs her own small rescue centre in Dalton specifically for hedgeghogs, gives advice on how to help the animals

FOOD REVIEW: The Plough, Lupton

S65308BB WHERE do you go out for dinner when it’s a family celebration?

TRAVEL REVIEW: Tracing granddad Bert’s footsteps in ill-fated campaign

S65250BB THERE’S some corner of a foreign field that will always be close to my heart.

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