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Companion: Clerk of the course Anthea Morshead with 10-year-old Jack Russell, Jack

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Big weekend: Cartmel Racecourse managing director Jonathan Garratt at the track side

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Stage is set: Owner of PSR Marquee Hire, Paul Richardson setting up the marquees

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On track: Assistant head groundsman Martyn Fogg keeping the course in tip-top condition

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          Companion: Clerk of the course Anthea Morshead with 10-year-old Jack Russell, Jack
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Companion: Clerk of the course Anthea Morshead with 10-year-old Jack Russell, Jack LINDSEY DICKINGS
Cartmel Racecourse team set the stage for Bank Holiday racing action
THE sun was blazing on Cartmel Racecourse this week as staff worked hard to prepare the track for what promises to be a spectacular Bank Holiday weekend.

Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Activity: Sisters Mia and Isla Dalton from Ulverston enjoy a giant colouring-in poster

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Sizzle do nicely: Long queues for the bangers and burgers from Savin Hill Farm in the Lyth Valley

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Leading the way: Crufts champion show dog owner Gail Riley at her Fassi Mare stall

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Raking it in: Gardeners Bob and Bob from the Fairly Famous Family of Windermere entertain

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Box clever: A juggler fascinates these young children.

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Circus skills: A juggler entertained young children

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

In the market: A great family day out at Holker Spring Market

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Music: Crooner Andy Reay from Barrow entertains the crowds

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Calm a llama down: Snapping up a picture at The Why Not Llamas stall.

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Bright idea: Caroline Welch, head of retail, and Sue Pettinger, Ulverston shop manager, at the St Mary's Hospice stall selling sunflowers

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Tutu for you: Katie Kidd from Old Park Wood bought her eight-month-old daughter Elise her first tutu from Honey and Henry of Broughton in Furness

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

 Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market Photo: MILTON HAWORTH
Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market Photo: MILTON HAWORTH
Spring festival blossoms as thousands flock to Holker Hall
A SPRING market was in full bloom as thousands of eager visitors flocked to Holker Hall this weekend.

Enjoyable: Goats cheese and field mushroom starter

Went down well: Fish and chips

Delicious: Cumberland sausage and champ

Traditional: Old Kings Head, Broughton

Refurbished: Inside the Old Kings Head, Broughton

 Enjoyable: Goats cheese and field mushroom starter
Enjoyable: Goats cheese and field mushroom starter
REVIEW: Old Kings Head, Broughton
MAY has to be the most beautiful month of the year. Wisteria, bluebells, hawthorn trees and horse chestnuts are all at their spectacular best - and the area is looking at its absolute prettiest.

Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Taking aim: trains could under attack from boys with catapults SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Crime target: theft of coal was a constant problems for railway officials SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Take care: There were plenty of enamel signs warning people of the danger posed by railways but not everyone took enough care SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Busy place: Barrow's iron and steel complex had a maze of railway lines SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Village transport: Woodland station, between Coniston and Brought, shown on an Edwardian postcard SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

 Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19
Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19
A horrible history of railways in Furness
THE dangers to life and limb for passengers and staff on the county’s railways were described at the spring meeting of the Cumbrian Railways Association.

Praise: Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington

Barrow Raiders fans at Leeds Rhinos RICHARD LAND

 Praise: Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington
Praise: Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington
Leeds chief praises Barrow fans
GARY Hetherington has praised the travelling Barrow Raiders fans for contributing to a memorable atmosphere at Headingley during Sunday’s Challenge Cup tie against Leeds Rhinos.

PIERCE BROSNAN: Pierce Brosnan

 PIERCE BROSNAN: Pierce Brosnan
PIERCE BROSNAN: Pierce Brosnan
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Labour's Iain Wright, who retained the seat in 2015, is not standing for re-election
Labour's Iain Wright, who retained the seat in 2015, is not standing for re-election
Labour's Iain Wright, who retained the seat in 2015, is not standing for re-election
Tories and Ukip trade demands for Hartlepool candidates to stand down
A row has broken out in Hartlepool as the Conservatives and Ukip tell each other their candidate should withdraw from the General Election.

Backing: Labour parliamentary candidate John Woodcock and supporters outside Barrow Town Hall with the documents naming him as an official candidate LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Backing: Labour parliamentary candidate John Woodcock and supporters outside Barrow Town Hall with the documents naming him as an official candidate LINDSEY DICKINGS
Backing: Labour parliamentary candidate John Woodcock and supporters outside Barrow Town Hall with the documents naming him as an official candidate LINDSEY DICKINGS
Woodcock confirmed as Labour candidate for Furness
JOHN Woodcock has been confirmed as the Labour-Cooperative candidate for Barrow and Furness at the general election after members of the community he has supported in his time as an MP joined forces to sign his nomination papers.

A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor

Smoke: The fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow RICHARD WILSON

Response: The fire service at Salthouse Mills, Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Scale: The fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

 A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor
A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor
Probe into cause of Barrow blaze
INVESTIGATORS were today preparing to sift through the rubble of an industrial unit in a bid to establish the cause of a major blaze.

Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills

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Devastation: Smoke continues to rise from the rubble

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Wrecks: Burnt out cars in the aftermath of the fire

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Shells: Some of the cars on the site were believed to have been used by local banger racers

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Response: Fire crews on the scene after the fire reignited

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Potential danger: The site of the blaze at Salthouse Mills is still closed off to the public

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Debris: The cause of the fire is still being investigated

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 Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills LINDSEY DICKINGS
Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills LINDSEY DICKINGS
Fire crews scrambled after fire at Barrow industrial site reignites
FIRE crews who tacked a major blaze at a rundown industrial estate were called back to the scene as fire broke out again.

Contribution: Agriculture is a crucial part of the Cumbrian economy BRIAN McGREVEY

Boost: David Pritchard, operations director for Harrison and Hetherington

Starting point: Alistair Mackintosh, the Cumbrian delegate to the National Farmers' Union council

Support: James Rebanks with one of his Herdwick tups PHIL RIGBY

Positive: Bekka and David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company

 Contribution: Agriculture is a crucial part of the Cumbrian economy BRIAN McGREVEY
Contribution: Agriculture is a crucial part of the Cumbrian economy BRIAN McGREVEY
Store chain's move welcomed by Cumbria farming community
CO-OP stores are now British-only when it comes to meat. DUNCAN BICK looks at how this has gone down in Cumbria

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Return of Grizefest sees 10 acts announced for all-dayer
TEN acts have been confirmed for an outdoor music festival in South Cumbria this summer.

Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland

 Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Ward-by-ward: Who won which seat on Cumbria County Council
Full list of winners - and losers - from yesterday's election.

The Hut People

 The Hut People
The Hut People
The Hut People head for Browfoot for intimate show
INSTRUMENTAL folk duo The Hut People will be performing live in the Lake District this month.

Prize winner: Mark Pearce, centre, with Printfest patron Tim Roberston and Keith McClure, of McClures Ltd

Skill: Michael Rushton of Hawthorn Printmakers creates a new print at Printfest 2017 at The Coronation Hall in Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH

Variety: Printfest 2017 at The Coronation Hall in Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH

 Prize winner: Mark Pearce, centre, with Printfest patron Tim Roberston and Keith McClure, of McClures Ltd
Prize winner: Mark Pearce, centre, with Printfest patron Tim Roberston and Keith McClure, of McClures Ltd
Record-breaking printmaking festival aiming to return to south Cumbria in 2018
THE organisers of one of the UK’s foremost artist-led printmaking festivals aim to return to south Cumbria in 2018 after celebrating a record-breaking event at the weekend.

BEN ELTON: Ben Elton

 BEN ELTON: Ben Elton
BEN ELTON: Ben Elton
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Investigation: The scene of the incident in Bridgegate Avenue, Barrow, on October 3

Photo: AMY FENTON

 Investigation: The scene of the incident in Bridgegate Avenue, Barrow, on October 3 Photo: AMY FENTON
Investigation: The scene of the incident in Bridgegate Avenue, Barrow, on October 3 Photo: AMY FENTON
Motorist charged after pedestrian knocked down by car in Barrow
A MOTORIST is due to appear in court after a teenager was knocked down by a car in Barrow.
Richard Broughton, 37, who has died after he was seriously injured when he was hit by a car. Police said a murder inquiry has been launched
Richard Broughton, 37, who has died after he was seriously injured when he was hit by a car.
Richard Broughton, 37, who has died after he was seriously injured when he was hit by a car.
Man dies after being hit by car following 'altercation'
A man has died after he was seriously injured when he was hit by a car following an "altercation", police have said.

An Astute class submarine under construction in Barrow's Devonshire Dock Hall

 An Astute class submarine under construction in Barrow's Devonshire Dock Hall
An Astute class submarine under construction in Barrow's Devonshire Dock Hall
General Election: Barrow and Furness constituency profile
Constituency: Barrow and Furness (including Broughton, Crake Valley, Low Furness & Swarthmoor, Ulverston, Barrow-in- Furness district)

Engulfed: The fire quickly took hold at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Maryport Fire. pic MIKE McKENZIE 25th April 2017 The huge fire on the Glasson Industrial site at Maryport from Mote Hill. pic Mike McKenzie

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

 Engulfed: The fire quickly took hold at SIS in Maryport Picture: Cumbria police
Engulfed: The fire quickly took hold at SIS in Maryport Picture: Cumbria police
Firefighters continue to tackle major blaze in West Cumbria
DOZENS of firefighters spent hours battling flames which reached more than 100ft in the air.

The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Photo: Jim McBride

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

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Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Photo: Neil Kendall

Smoke from the fire in Maryport can be seen in Workington

Anthony Bickley's photo of the fire in Maryport

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

View of smoke from Workington

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Smoke from the Maryport SIS fire seen from Cockermouth

Picture: Annie Kendall

Fire appliances rush to fill up with more water

 The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
VIDEO: Firefighters tackle blaze in West Cumbria which has cancelled trains from Sellafield to Barrow
Firefighters tackling a huge blaze at a west Cumbrian synthetic turf factory are continuing to bring it under control this morning.

Recording: Dan Elsworth of Greelane Archaeology outside his Ulverston offices and bookshop BILL MYERS duddon-apr-24

Digging in: Dan Elsworth with volunteers on an archaeological dig at Swarthmoor Hall, Ulverston, in 2011 EM ARCHIVE duddon-apr-24

 Recording: Dan Elsworth of Greelane Archaeology outside his Ulverston offices and bookshop BILL MYERS duddon-apr-24
Recording: Dan Elsworth of Greelane Archaeology outside his Ulverston offices and bookshop BILL MYERS duddon-apr-24
The story behind historic buildings in Furness
WE are surrounded by interesting buildings in the towns and village of Furness but often take them for granted until they have been demolished or are under threat.

Wilkie Road, Barrow

 Wilkie Road, Barrow
Wilkie Road, Barrow
Delays expected as resurfacing planned for 11 roads in Barrow, Walney, Dalton and Askam
MOTORISTS and residents are being warned to expect disruption over the coming weeks as 11 roads across Furness are set to be resurfaced.

Next please: staff at Langhorn's fish and chip shop at Dalton in April 1994 EM ARCHIVE chips-apr-20

Long hours Next please: Langhorn's fish and chip shop at Dalton in April 1994 EM ARCHIVE chips-apr-20

 Next please: staff at Langhorn's fish and chip shop at Dalton in April 1994 EM ARCHIVE chips-apr-20
Next please: staff at Langhorn's fish and chip shop at Dalton in April 1994 EM ARCHIVE chips-apr-20
When fish and chips cost just £1.50 in Dalton
THIS Broughton Road shop at the end of the Tudor Square car park in Dalton has had several different names and owners through the past 20 years.

JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence

 JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence
JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence
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ELI ROTH: Eli Roth

 ELI ROTH: Eli Roth
ELI ROTH: Eli Roth
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SEAN BEAN: Sean Bean

 SEAN BEAN: Sean Bean
SEAN BEAN: Sean Bean
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ROBERT CARLYLE: Robert Carlyle

 ROBERT CARLYLE: Robert Carlyle
ROBERT CARLYLE: Robert Carlyle
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Sold: Tytup Hall

Gradens: Tytup Hall

Staircase: Tytup Hall

Roomy: Tytup Hall

Glasshouse: Tytup Hall

 Sold: Tytup Hall
Sold: Tytup Hall
Grade II* listed Dalton mansion makes £330k at auction
A GRAND Furness mansion made £330,000 when it went under the hammer.

Tytup Hall

Tytup Hall

Tytup Hall

Tytup Hall

Tytup Hall

 Tytup Hall
Tytup Hall
Grade II listed mansion set to go up for auction
A STUNNING Furness landmark is to go under the hammer at auction tonight
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