SearchResult
Your Results
The search for "broughton" returned 495 hits

Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

Alternative: The Nopylons offshore route plan from Selker Bay to Walney and south Roose

Action: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

Message: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

Controversy: Pylons

Mission: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

 Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
South Cumbria anti-pylon campaigners accuse National Grid of 'underlying tactic of obstructiveness'
A SOUTH Cumbria anti-pylons group has accused National Grid of an "underlying tactic of obstructiveness" for "withholding" the consultation feedback of more than 8,000 residents eight months down the line.

Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20

Public appeal Money was raised to build St Paul's Church at Grange SUBMITTED church-sep-20

New site: The Church of St John the Baptist at Flookburgh SUBMITTED church-sep-20

Military links: St Anne's Church at Haverthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20

 Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20
Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20
Lakeland churches feature in history talk at Broughton
CHURCHES are usually among the oldest and most substantial buildings in Cumbria villages.

Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Smoke: The Sinkfall Farm fire SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Widespread: Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors CHRIS WEST

Damage: Sinkfall Farm barn blaze Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Ablaze: Smoke can be seen pouring from Sinkfall Farm SUBMITTED PICTURE

Chief: South Cumbria operational commander Stuart Dolan at Barrow Fire Station LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Fire crews heaped with praised for "wonderful" work tackling Barrow farm blaze and other incidents
PRAISE has been heaped on the "wonderful" work of multiple fire crews who tackled a significant Barrow farm blaze and then subsequent incidents that evening.

FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.

 FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.
FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.
Barrow man to appear in court charged with three counts of arson
A MAN from Barrow is due to appear in court today (Monday 18) charged with three counts of arson.

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE 12.30pm: Fire crews stop blaze at Sinkfall Farm
FIRE crews can now confirm the blaze that broke out yesterday at a local farm has been put out.

FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.

FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.

FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.

 FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.
FIRE: Broughton fire crew tackled the blaze shortly after 9.20pm.
Fire crew attended another vehicle fire last night
A RELIEF fire crew attended a vehicle fire in Abbots Vale last night.

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE: Crews still working at Sinkfall Farm early this morning
CUMBRIA Fire and Rescue Service tweeted early this morning that fire crews were still working to tackle the blaze that broke out at a local barn yesterday.

Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow

Blaze: Smoke from the fire CHRIS WEST

Emergency: Smoke from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm

 Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
UPDATED 7.45pm: Work continues into the evening to control barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
FIREFIGHTERS in Barrow this evening continued with efforts to bring a barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane under control.

Going underground: Fred Knott and Jack Clark at Margaret Mine, Lindal, in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE lindal-sep-13

Traditional techniques: The pithead at Lindal's revived iron ore mine in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE lindal-sep-13

Old ways: A group of Lindal mine workers shown around 1900 on a picture provided by Bryan Atkinson, of Hall Street, Barrow SUBMITTED lindal-sep-13

Survivor: The old engine house at the former Diamond Pit in Lindal BILL MYERS lindal-sep-13

Left behind: An iron ore mine spoil heap at Lowfield, Lindal BILL MYERS lindal-sep-13

Looking back: Part of the pit head workings at Lowfield mine, Lindal SUBMITTED lindal-sep-13

 Going underground: Fred Knott and Jack Clark at Margaret Mine, Lindal, in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE lindal-sep-13
Going underground: Fred Knott and Jack Clark at Margaret Mine, Lindal, in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE lindal-sep-13
Last attempt to mine for Furness iron ore riches in Lindal
ALMOST 70 years ago the last serious attempt to mine for iron ore in Furness was showing early promise but faced plenty of difficulties.

Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007

 Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007
Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A detached house at Foxfield Road, Broughton, was offered for sale at £395,000. A newly-built terraced house at Chapelfield, North Scale, Walney, was £225,000.
Louella Michie, the daughter of former Coronation Street and Taggart star John Michie (PA)
Louella Michie, the daughter of former Coronation Street and Taggart star John Michie (PA)
Louella Michie, the daughter of former Coronation Street and Taggart star John Michie (PA)
John Michie daughter 'took illegal substance' before death at festival
The daughter of Holby City actor John Michie apparently took an "illegal substance" before her death at Bestival, her family has said.

New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness

 New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
10 YEARS AGO
St Mary’s Hospice at Ulverston received £502,000 from the Department of Health which would be used on improvements to palliative care at Ulverston and work on the Lesser King’s Hall in Barrow.

Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER

Dedication: Angela Kernaghan, who combines working at Happy Tots day care nursery with bringing up her two daughters. The flowers are to let her know how much her daughters and the children appreciate her LEANNE BOLGER

 Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER
Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER
Bouquet of the Week: Nursery nurse's caring nature earns family's floral reward
AS mother to her own two children as well as to those in her care at a nursery, Angela Kernaghan has always been an inspiration to daughters Ashleigh and Rebecca. It led Ashleigh to nominate her mother for the Mail's Bouquet of the Week, SUSAN GOODSON writes

Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Best use of creativity: Steven Ramshay and Lisa Chadwick from Cumbria Constabulary at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

The Entrepreneur Award: David Unsworth from Cartmel at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Best boss: Susan Robinson holding trophy with team from Nanny Brow, Ambleside at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Best Country pub: Mark Satterthwaite from The Blacksmith Arms, Broughton Mills at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

All the winners at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

 Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Night to remember at Bay Living Awards
FROM a surprise appearance by pop star Olly Murs, to drumming rabbits and guests dressed to impress, the first Bay Living Awards was a night to remember.

Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007

 Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
The annual Kirkby Charity Fun Day raised around £1,700 for cerebral palsy groups. Attractions included tug of war and clay pigeon shooting.

Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Representing: Bill Johnston, managing director for The Bay Radio and Jody West, account manager for Bay Living Magazine Picture Danny Fowler

All the winners at Bay Living Magazine Awards Picture Danny Fowler

Best use of creativity: Steven Ramshay and Lisa Chadwick from Cumbria Constabulary Picture Danny Fowler

Tony Martinez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria Picture Danny Fowler

Best Country pub: Mark Satterthwaite from The Blacksmith Arms, Broughton Mills Picture Danny Fowler

Catherine Betley, Chantelle Rosel, Professional Help, Based at Burton in Kendal Picture Danny Fowler

Best boss: Susan Robinson holding trophy with team from Nanny Brow, Ambleside Picture Danny Fowler

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio

The Entrepreneur Award: David Unsworth from Cartmel

Host Danny Mathews

 Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Winners of first Bay Living Awards revealed, with accolades for Cartmel, Ambleside and Broughton
THE winners for the very first Bay Living Awards were revealed last night at a glittering ceremony in Lancaster University's great hall.

Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Best use of creativity: Steven Ramshay and Lisa Chadwick from Cumbria Constabulary at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Best Place to stay: Iuwan Murphy (cor), Lizzie Bagnall, Abi Whitney, Susan Robinson, Elliott Wilson, Olivia Phillips, Milly Hill from Nanny Brow, Ambleside at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Best Country pub: Mark Satterthwaite from The Blacksmith Arms, Broughton Mills at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

All the winners at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Catherine Betley, Chantelle Rosel, Professional Help, Based at Burton in Kendal at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Best boss: Susan Robinson holding trophy with team from Nanny Brow, Ambleside at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

The Entrepreneur Award: David Unsworth from Cartmel at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio talking at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster

 Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster
Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster
Bay Living Magazine Awards

Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith

 Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith
Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith
Case of fraud-accused Cumbria World Ltd attraction bosses adjourned
THE case of two of the tourist attraction bosses accused of fraudulently trying to make a financial gain following a fire at their premises has been adjourned.

Show time: Peggy and Doris Carrick from Broughton Beck at Lowick Show in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Claire Ireland, Tracy Armistead, Donna Kirkby in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Libby, from Oxen Park in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Lowick Show

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Jonathan Philipson on the ducking stool in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Morgan Pearce on Pentreced David in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Young handlers Thomas Huddleston and William Winder from Wallend Farm, Broughton in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Joanna Edmondson, 10, with guinea pig Tony and brother Nicholas, 8, with Mike the guinea pig in 1993

NOSTALGIA --- LOWICK SHOW 1984. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Show time: John, Amy and Sue Stewart from Bouth with their prizewinning goats in 1988

Show time: Rachael Philipson show jumping in 1989

Show time: Richard Bray, 4, with a dog called Maggot in 1988

Show time: Steve Watson from Woodbine, near Dalton, with his best in show Charolais heifer in 1996

Show time: Junior fell race in 1992

Show time: Tony Saunders, stunt rider in 1990

Show time: A stunt rider in 1990

Show time: Steve Watson in 1991

Show time: John Jackson from Newton with a Suffolk ram lamb, best in show in 1993

Show time: Lowick Show in 1987

Show time: Lowick Show in 1984

Show time: Jonathan Philipson on the ducking stool in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Marley with owner Corie Williamson from Ulverston in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Daisy Price from Ulverston on her pony Prince in 2016

LEANNE BOLGER

Show time: Thomas Huddleston with his calf in 2015

CHRIS WEST

Show time: Blake Fleming winning the Boys Under 8s race in 2015

CHRIS WEST

 Show time: Peggy and Doris Carrick from Broughton Beck at Lowick Show in 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Show time: Peggy and Doris Carrick from Broughton Beck at Lowick Show in 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Lowick Show is back - Can you spot yourself in our picture gallery of years gone by?
ORGANISERS of a traditional rural show held this weekend are hoping this year's efforts will be the best yet.

Rising up: The wreck of the Coniston as it was uncovered by the shifting sands in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01

Full Sail: A painting of the schooner Coniston which was sold at auction in Broughton in the 1980s coniston-sep-01

Bad weather: The schooner Coniston took refuge at Ramsey on the Isle of Man before making its ill-fated crossing towards Millom SUBMITTED coniston-sep-01

Sea life: Barnacles on the hull of the schooner Coniston seen when it emerged from the Duddon sands 30 years ago BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01

Looking out: The view towards Furness across the wreck of the schooner Coniston in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01

Falling apart: The split bow of the schooner Coniston in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01

Rotting away: A view towards the front of the schooner Coniston in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01

 Rising up: The wreck of the Coniston as it was uncovered by the shifting sands in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01
Rising up: The wreck of the Coniston as it was uncovered by the shifting sands in 1987 BILL MYERS coniston-sep-01
The Millom shipwreck which rose from its watery grave
A century ago tomorrow a sailing ship capsized in a storm in the Duddon Estuary leaving five people dead.

Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient

 Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient
Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient
South Cumbria to benefit from green energy festival fun
A HOST of festival events are scheduled to celebrate those who help keep homes in south Cumbria green.
Michel Barnier said UK positions were needed on all separation issues
Michel Barnier said UK positions were needed on all separation issues
Michel Barnier said UK positions were needed on all separation issues
None of UK Government's Brexit position papers satisfactory, says EC's Juncker
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has delivered a fresh rebuke to Theresa May over her Government's handling of the Brexit process.

Proud: Esmae Woodend, four, from Bootle with her show sheep

Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER

Crowds: The showfield

Young handler: Eve Dennison with her young dairy cow from Scales

Smart: Avah Brogden, six, her mum Alyson Brogden and their pony Molly from Walney

Young visitor: Reuben Lloyd-Troughton, 14 months from Bootle, admiring a sit-on mower

Pals: Alfie Brown with his family's horse Val

Puppy love: Maisie Hoggarth with her pup Nettle

Solemn: Shankly the bulldog

Break time: Visitors have a rest

Winner: A prize-winning bull

Fine: Prize-winning bulls

Pedigrees: Sheep on show

Judging: Sheep in the ring

Magnificent: A prize-winning bull

Rosette: Wating for their recipients

Mand and machine: Adam Jackson, Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Satur

Food for thought: Tim Brown, Amazing Grazing food stall

Cute: sheep on the Amazing Grazing food stall

Busy: Crowds

Pieman: Angus Duncan from the Cumbrian Pie Company

Proud: Dot Gibbons from Ulverston with her horse Hugo

Quackers: Ducks

Riding out: Cath Wrigley and Katherine Armstrong

NATALIE CHAPPLES

Winner: Robert Fell with his 1908 petrol stationary engine

NATALIE CHAPPLES

Fine specimen: Poultry in the tent

Success: First prize eggs in the poultry tent

Good turnout: The showfield

Winning clutch: Eggs in the poultry tent

Proud: Esmae Woodend, four from Bootle with her show sheep

 Proud: Esmae Woodend, four, from Bootle with her show sheep Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER
Proud: Esmae Woodend, four, from Bootle with her show sheep Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER
Sunny Millom and Broughton Show pulls in big crowd
A SUNNY Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show pulled in the crowds this bank holiday weekend.

Millom and Broughton show 2017 Broughton. Pictured: Reuben Lloyd-Troughton, 14 months from Bootle admiring a sit on mower, Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Saturday 26th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Millom and Broughton show 2017 Broughton. Pictured: Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Saturday 26th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Millom and Broughton show 2017 Broughton. Pictured: Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Saturday 26th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Millom and Broughton show 2017 Broughton. Pictured: Reuben Lloyd-Troughton, 14 months from Bootle admiring a sit on mower, Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Saturday 26th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Millom and Broughton show 2017 Broughton. Pictured: Reuben Lloyd-Troughton, 14 months from Bootle admiring a sit on mower, Millom and Broughton show Broughton, Saturday 26th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Visitors flock to Millom and Broughton Show
VISITORS flocked to a sunny Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show today.

Success: Annabelle Kanjoo-Parsons at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Eilidh Miller at UVHS

Beth Baldwin

Success: Students collecting their results at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Students collecting their results at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Jacob Egglestone at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Heather Ball, Lexi Brockbank and Helena Rhodes at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Fiona Gibson and Alexandra Nicklin at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL GCSE RESULTS. Ulverston Victoria High School, Ulverston. Students phone with their results. 24th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

Success: Nicole Wilde shows her mum her results at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Head boy and head girl, Jacob Egglestone and Megan Roper at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Top achievers Megan Roper, Lexi Brockbank, Heather Ball and Jacob Egglestone at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL GCSE RESULTS. Ulverston Victoria High School, Ulverston. Students phone with their results. 24th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

Success: Head girl Megan Roper at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Nicole Wilde and Farah Hill at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Happy: Ruth McKenny at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Success: Star students Heather Ball and Lexi Brockbank at UVHS

CHRIS WEST

Sucess: Mollie Denning and Molly Saunders at UVHS

Beth Baldwin

 Success: Annabelle Kanjoo-Parsons at UVHS CHRIS WEST
Success: Annabelle Kanjoo-Parsons at UVHS CHRIS WEST
Did you spot yourself in our GCSE picture gallery yesterday?
PUPILS at Ulverston's Victoria High School received their GCSE results on Thursday in what was a morning of nerves, laughter and celebration.

Pride of place: Sophie Dempster, from Swarthmoor, with her pony Pippa after they won first place rosettes at last year's Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Pride of place: Sophie Dempster, from Swarthmoor, with her pony Pippa after they won first place rosettes at last year's Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show LINDSEY DICKINGS
Pride of place: Sophie Dempster, from Swarthmoor, with her pony Pippa after they won first place rosettes at last year's Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show LINDSEY DICKINGS
Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show this bank holiday weekend
A POPULAR agricultural show is taking place this bank holiday weekend.

New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar

 New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar
New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar
10 YEARS AGO
Bids failed by two private firms to take control of the Grange swimming pool and leisure centre at Berners Pool.

Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

Jonathon Patton (photo by Milton Haworth)

 Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Furness pub's new music programme
A NEW landlord is in place at the Black Cock Inn, in Broughton, with a packed programme of live music announced for the remainder of the year.

Gutsy: Blackbeard's Tea Party

 Gutsy: Blackbeard's Tea Party
Gutsy: Blackbeard's Tea Party
Blackbeard's Tea Party comes to Broughton
A POPULAR folk band is set to make its debut in front of Furness crowds next week.

Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY

The burning tractor ROGER EXLEY

The remains of the tractor ROGER EXLEY

The remains of the tractor ROGER EXLEY

 Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY
Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY
Firefighters tackle dramatic tractor fire at farm near Millom
PART-TIME firefighters from Millom and Broughton were called to tackle a blaze after a tractor set on fire at a farm.