Police investigate criminal damage in Barrow
Gordon Cooney (left) and Phil Lees who hope to emulate their 1988 New Year's Day dip at West Shore - to raise money for Craven Park.
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The Black Combe Beagles at Black Combe Country Fair, Bootle
CLOSE Kayleigh Johns and grandmother Doreen Travis
View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER
Walney Under 10s coach Andy Livingstone with his wife Tanya and the guard of honour
M6 Motorway at Tebay
File photo of a road closed sign
The empty premises in Portland Walk
Embargoed to 2100 Monday July 25
File photo dated 01/10/09 of a remote control for a television. Watching too much TV can be fatal, a new study has found. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2016. Hours of inactivity slumped in front of a television raises the risk of dying from a blood clot in the lungs, say scientists. See PA story HEALTH TV. Photo credit should read: Daniel Law/PA Wire
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
BIG CLEAN Walney Nature Reserve LEANNE BOLGER
Callum Woodall from Barrow on front row (5th from left)
England manager Sam Allardyce during the press conference at St George's Park, Burton. Photo credit should read: Simon Cooper/PA Wire.
BARROW POLICE STATION
Lord Melvyn Bragg
Aerial photo of the Barrow Waterfront site.
James Bird's picture of the seemingly unsugared jammy doughnuts
Installation at Coniston
Aerial image of the care home in Risedale Road, Barrow. Picture courtesy of FEDF.
Furness dementia campaigner Margaret Crompton JON GRANGER
Coroner Robert Chapman ruled that Mrs Maxwell died from morphine and alcohol intoxication.
Gordon Cooney: An amazing man