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ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show

Sisters Zara, Leah and Anya Clough, of Marton, with their grey ponies

Jackie Purnell, of Boot, won a first with her collie, Harry

Melody Watson, from Roose, with first prize-winning Shire, Duke

Sisters Freya Macdonald and Olivia Robinson with the prize-winning old English gamecock

Treecarver Tom Smith, from Bouth, at work

Six-year-old Holly Dilks on George

Corney Mill Melody shown by Gillian Nicholson

The Shire horses attracted a huge crowd

Gay Goodson, from Grizedale, weaves an oak swill basket

Pals Bella Parsons, of Broughton, and Megan Roper, from Ulverston, tuck into a hot dog

Isabell Jordan with Aggie

Orchard Donkey Sanctuary

Crowds enjoy the warm weather

Fun on the climbing frame


          ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show
ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show
Delighted visitors bask in summer sun at agricultural show
FAMILIES basked in the sunshine at one of the county's favourite agricultural shows.

Shepherdess Elaine Hill will perform a guest demonstration at the show

 Shepherdess Elaine Hill will perform a guest demonstration at the show
Shepherdess Elaine Hill will perform a guest demonstration at the show
Traditional agricultural show fun for bank holiday weekend
ONE of the county's favourite agricultural shows is set to be a highlight of the summer calendar as organisers prepare for a fun-packed day of country tradition.
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge suggested the national broadcaster should be sold off
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge suggested the national broadcaster should be sold off
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge suggested the national broadcaster should be sold off
Ukip leadership hopeful Bill Etheridge calls for BBC to be privatised
A Ukip leadership hopeful has called for the BBC to be privatised to stop voters having "left-wing propaganda rammed down our throats".
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge
Ukip leadership contender Bill Etheridge
Ukip leadership hopeful Bill Etheridge calls for BBC to be privatised
A Ukip leadership hopeful has called for the BBC to be privatised to stop voters having "left-wing propaganda rammed down our throats".

DEVOTED Caroline and Ben Butterfield on their wedding day

Ben Butterfield with his children

Ben Butterfield, his wife Caroline and their four daughters

Ben Butterfield racing. NICK BRADBURY.

 DEVOTED Caroline and Ben Butterfield on their wedding day
DEVOTED Caroline and Ben Butterfield on their wedding day
Tributes to adored Barrow husband and father, 39, after losing cancer battle
HEARTFELT tributes have been paid to an adored dad-of-four who has lost his fight with cancer aged 39.

Stewart Ottley and the submerged car on the A595

Stewart Ottley of Askam who saved an elderly man from his stranded car

The submerged car at Duddon Bridge. PHOTO: JO MCGRATH

Pig Street, in Bootle

Flooding in Bootle

Emergency services in Pig Street, Bootle

Traffic battles through the floods on aptly named Watery lane in Ulverston

After the deluge there is very little dry land at the rear of Steel Street in Ulverston

 Stewart Ottley and the submerged car on the A595
Stewart Ottley and the submerged car on the A595
Good Samaritan is hailed as a hero as devastating floods hit Cumbria once again
A MAN who waded through waist-high flood water to save an elderly man from his stranded car has been hailed as a hero.

The junction with the C5009 and the A595

 The junction with the C5009 and the A595
The junction with the C5009 and the A595
Motorists to be hit by delays as road used as A595 shortcut to be closed for three days
MOTORISTS will be hit by delays as work is carried out to install a new water connection on a road often used as a shortcut by A595 users.

Ben Butterfield racing. NICK BRADBURY.

Ben Butterfield with friend Mark McSweeney and a collection of Minis

Ben Butterfield racing a Mini

Ben Butterfield and Mark McSweeney building Minis

Ben Butterfield racing. NICK BRADBURY.

Signed photograph from F1 legend Sir Stirling Moss to Ben Butterfield which Mr Butterfield received with a letter before he died.

 Ben Butterfield racing. NICK BRADBURY.
Ben Butterfield racing. NICK BRADBURY.
Barrow motorsport gentleman inspires friends and F1 legend
A Barrow gentleman of motorsport inspired his friends from the track and even a Formula One legend with his courageous fight against cancer.

Pig Street, Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Flooding in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

The A595 closed because of flooding. LEANNE BOLGER

The A595 closed because of flooding. LEANNE BOLGER

Map showing the flood alert area.

Emergency response in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

The scene this morning in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Bootle flooding. LEANNE BOLGER

Flooding in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Flooding in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Rescuers at the scene in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Flooding in Watery Lane, Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH

Watery Lane in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH

Watery Lane in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH

Dragley Beck in Ulverston. IAN DUNSTAN

Flooding at Corney Fell. JO MCGRATH

Flooding at Duddon Bridge. JO MCGRATH

A submerged car at Duddon Bridge. JO MCGRATH

Sandra Duck owner of Low Millhome, one of the flooded properties in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Bootle floods. LEANNE BOLGER

Flooding in Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER

Councillor Andrew Butcher assess the water levels near North Lonsdale Road in Ulverston. SUBMITTED

 Pig Street, Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER
Pig Street, Bootle. LEANNE BOLGER
Flash floods cause chaos in South Cumbria as river levels remain high
FLOODING has caused chaos across South Cumbria today, with homes evacuated and traffic grinding to a halt.

SHOW -- Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show // Pictured: General views Saturday 29th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

SHOW -- Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show // Pictured: General views Saturday 29th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

SHOW -- Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show // Pictured: (l-r) Logan Dreghorn, 2, and Rory Dreghorn, 7, from Waberthwaite exploring the McCormick tractor section of the show. Saturday 29th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 SHOW -- Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show // Pictured: General views Saturday 29th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS
SHOW -- Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show // Pictured: General views Saturday 29th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Bosses say popular Cumbrian show will go ahead as planned.
A POPULAR agriculture show is set to go ahead as planned despite stormy weather hitting south Cumbria.

The area in purple is at risk of flooding, the Environment Agency has said.

 The area in purple is at risk of flooding, the Environment Agency has said.
The area in purple is at risk of flooding, the Environment Agency has said.
Residents warned of possible flooding in Askam, Broughton, Millom and Haverigg
RESIDENTS in Askam, Broughton, Millom and Haverigg are being warned of the possibility of flooding.

EAGER Puppies fight for the judges' attention at Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS

Elise Kershaw from Barrow crashes at the start of the under-fives sack race MILTON HAWORTH

Lakeland Country Fair Sheenah Alcock Photography

 EAGER Puppies fight for the judges' attention at Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS
EAGER Puppies fight for the judges' attention at Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS
Hundreds set to enjoy traditional country fair in Cumbria
A TRADITIONAL show which showcases all things Cumbrian is expected to draw hundreds of visitors on Sunday.

COURTLY FASHIONS Children taking advantage of the tennis coaching at Millom Park with Groeg Spry (back right), Amy Spry (back centre) and Dave Billing (back left) – LEANNE BOLGER

BRAD'LL DO Bradley Lumby tests out his forehand in Millom Park LEANNE BOLGER

HAT'S OFF Hattie Park takes part in tennis coaching with George Spry LEANNE BOLGER

SMOOTH STROKE Zack Mawdsley plays through his forehand in Millom Park LEANNE BOLGER

WELL PREPARED Ollie Park readies himself to return the ball LEANNE BOLGER

PLAY IT STRAIGHT Zack Mawdsley enjoys playing on the newly-refurbished courts in Millom Park LEANNE BOLGER

 COURTLY FASHIONS Children taking advantage of the tennis coaching at Millom Park with Groeg Spry (back right), Amy Spry (back centre) and Dave Billing (back left) – LEANNE BOLGER
COURTLY FASHIONS Children taking advantage of the tennis coaching at Millom Park with Groeg Spry (back right), Amy Spry (back centre) and Dave Billing (back left) – LEANNE BOLGER
Juniors enjoy tennis's Millom return
TENNIS has returned to public courts in Millom this summer - and a group of potential future Andy Murrays and Jo Kontas have been lapping it up.

BAT'S ENTERTAINMENT Sophie Wicks and Noah Harris ready for action at Broughton Victory HallLEANNE BOLGER

LET'S PLAY George Stephenson and Robyn Jackson enjoying the summer holiday sports in Broughton LEANNE BOLGER

PICK A TARGET Sam Jackson takes part in a game of dodgeball LEANNE BOLGER

NEW SKILLS Cameron Newby enjoys the summer holiday sports in Broughton LEANNE BOLGER

IN A CLINCH Poppy Clinch keeps a tight hold LEANNE BOLGER

NEW BOY Rohan Newby ready to move in a game of dodgeball LEANNE BOLGER

 BAT'S ENTERTAINMENT Sophie Wicks and Noah Harris ready for action at Broughton Victory HallLEANNE BOLGER
BAT'S ENTERTAINMENT Sophie Wicks and Noah Harris ready for action at Broughton Victory HallLEANNE BOLGER
Kids enjoy sporting fun with Broughton summer activities
RURAL hubs have turned into sporting venues as summer sports have taken off across South Cumbria.
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Sadie Hartley was murdered by Sarah Williams and Katrina Walsh (Lancashire Police/PA) Katrina Walsh, who has been found guilty along with Sarah Williams of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Ian Johnston spoke after the verdict CCTV of two people walking along Sunny Bank in Helmshore (Lancashire Police/PA) Part of a stun gun found by police (Lancashire Police/PA) A knife used in the murder (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV of the women aboard the Pride of Hull Ferry between Hull and Rotterdam (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV still of a woman purchasing boots at Deichman Stores in Cheshire Oaks (Lancashire Police/PA) Former husband Garry Hartley and the victim's daughter Charlotte Hartley arriving at Preston Crown Court Sadie Hartley was 60 when she was killed (Family handout/PA) CCTV of a woman purchasing a knife at Tesco in Broughton (Lancashire Police/PA) A boot hidden on Collinge Farm, in Backford, Chester (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
'Bunny boiler' Sarah Williams handed 30-year minimum term for love rival murder
"Bunny boiler" Sarah Williams is beginning a minimum 30-year jail sentence after paralysing her love rival with a stun-gun before "slaughtering her like an animal".
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Sadie Hartley was murdered by Sarah Williams and Katrina Walsh (Lancashire Police/PA) Katrina Walsh, who has been found guilty along with Sarah Williams of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Ian Johnston spoke after the verdict CCTV of two people walking along Sunny Bank in Helmshore (Lancashire Police/PA) Part of a stun gun found by police (Lancashire Police/PA) A knife used in the murder (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV of the women aboard the Pride of Hull Ferry between Hull and Rotterdam (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV still of a woman purchasing boots at Deichman Stores in Cheshire Oaks (Lancashire Police/PA) Former husband Garry Hartley and the victim's daughter Charlotte Hartley arriving at Preston Crown Court Sadie Hartley was 60 when she was killed (Family handout/PA) CCTV of a woman purchasing a knife at Tesco in Broughton (Lancashire Police/PA) A boot hidden on Collinge Farm, in Backford, Chester (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
Love rival who stabbed Sadie Hartley in 'demonic' attack is jailed for life
A "bunny boiler" ex has been jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 30 years in jail for the gruesome stun gun murder of her love rival.
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Sadie Hartley was murdered by Sarah Williams and Katrina Walsh (Lancashire Police/PA) Katrina Walsh, who has been found guilty along with Sarah Williams of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA) Ian Johnston spoke after the verdict CCTV of two people walking along Sunny Bank in Helmshore (Lancashire Police/PA) Part of a stun gun found by police (Lancashire Police/PA) A knife used in the murder (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV of the women aboard the Pride of Hull Ferry between Hull and Rotterdam (Lancashire Police/PA) CCTV still of a woman purchasing boots at Deichman Stores in Cheshire Oaks (Lancashire Police/PA) Former husband Garry Hartley and the victim's daughter Charlotte Hartley arriving at Preston Crown Court Sadie Hartley was 60 when she was killed (Family handout/PA) CCTV of a woman purchasing a knife at Tesco in Broughton (Lancashire Police/PA) A boot hidden on Collinge Farm, in Backford, Chester (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
Sarah Williams, who has been found guilty along with Katrina Walsh of the murder of businesswoman Sadie Hartley (Lancashire Police/PA)
Woman facing life in jail for murdering love rival with stun gun and knife
A "psycho" ex is facing life in jail for the gruesome stun gun murder of her love rival.
Barrow and Furness residents warned about planned power cut
RESIDENTS have been warned about a series of planned power cuts set to affect homes in areas of Barrow and Furness.

Dave Billing at the tennis courts he has helped to refurbish

MILLOM TENNIS COURTS – Millom has had its public tennis courts refurbished and is currently holding coaching sessions for children, Pictured: The new tennis courts, Millom, Tuesday 9th August 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Dave Billing at the tennis courts he has helped to refurbish
Dave Billing at the tennis courts he has helped to refurbish
Millom tennis initiative enjoys new lease of life
A MAN who has enjoyed a lifetime of playing tennis is sharing his passion with his community after breathing new life into his town’s leisure facilities.
The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal investigation into civil aviation giant Airbus Group
The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal investigation into civil aviation giant Airbus Group
The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal investigation into civil aviation giant Airbus Group
Airbus investigated in Serious Fraud Office inquiry into third-party consultants
The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal investigation into alleged fraud, bribery and corruption at civil aviation giant Airbus Group.

Millom branch Tesco checkout and services manager Paula McKeown, declares Silecroft's new play area open

Parish councillor Vicky Bradley made the grant application

Brooke Braithwaite (left), five, and Alex Duckworth, six

 Millom branch Tesco checkout and services manager Paula McKeown, declares Silecroft's new play area open
Millom branch Tesco checkout and services manager Paula McKeown, declares Silecroft's new play area open
Village playgrounds receive £35,000 boost
TWO village play areas have been transformed following a £35,000 investment.

CARTMEL SHOW The Clough sisters Leah, 16, Anya, 12, and Zara, 7, from Marton at Cartmel Show last year MILTON HAWORTH

Jean Rogers

 CARTMEL SHOW The Clough sisters Leah, 16, Anya, 12, and Zara, 7, from Marton at Cartmel Show last year MILTON HAWORTH
CARTMEL SHOW The Clough sisters Leah, 16, Anya, 12, and Zara, 7, from Marton at Cartmel Show last year MILTON HAWORTH
Head along to the Cartmel Show and "have a go."
ENTRIES to this year's Cartmel Agricultural Show are up 10 per cent, say organisers.

FOUND Smudge the cat

Smudge the cat

 FOUND Smudge the cat
FOUND Smudge the cat
Broughton couple thank Evening Mail readers and social media audience after being reunited with lost pet
A COUPLE left devastated after their beloved cat of 12 years went missing have thanked Evening Mail readers and the audience on social media after being reunited with their lost pet.

The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month

Jenny Brumby is calling for people across the Millom area to sign up to the scheme.

MILTON HAWORTH

 The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month
The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month
Millom residents set to benefit from new volunteer network
A NEW initiative has been launched to reach out to members of a community who are in need of a helping hand.

Smudge the cat

Smudge the cat

 Smudge the cat
Smudge the cat
Devastated Broughton couple call for help in finding missing 12-year-old cat
A DEVASTATED couple from Broughton have called on the public to help reunite them with their beloved pet cat Smudge.

POTENTIAL SIGNING Aaron O'Connor in action for Barrow against Carlisle at the weekend LEANNE BOLGER

FITNESS BATTLE Barrow physio Sean Riley treats Lindon Meikle after he aggravataed a calf issue in training. AFC hope to have him back in action tonight DAVE HOWARTH

 POTENTIAL SIGNING Aaron O'Connor in action for Barrow against Carlisle at the weekend LEANNE BOLGER
POTENTIAL SIGNING Aaron O'Connor in action for Barrow against Carlisle at the weekend LEANNE BOLGER
Cox can feel Barrow AFC's hunger as Accrington come to town
MANAGER Paul Cox can see a real hunger around his Barrow AFC squad as they prepare to face Accrington Stanley tonight.
Barrow man accused of sending obscene or offensive text message
A BARROW man is set to appear in court accused of sending an obscene or offensive text message.

Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline

Rock The Fells line-up 2016

The site in Bootle that will welcome Rock The Fells

Wasted Saints are one of three headliners

Pete Mills (centre), pictured with some of the pupils at Captain Shaw's C of E Primary School

 Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline
Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline
Your guide to Rock The Fells 2016
THE first-ever Rock The Fells arts and music festival arrives today and it looks set to be the Western Lake District's biggest live event of the summer.

Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape

Residents from across South Cumbria gathered in Thwaites Village Hall over concerns about National Grid's plans to erect pylons along the Cumbrian coast

Pylons at Whicham

View across the Duddon

 Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Residents call for public meeting over Moorside pylon fears
CONCERNED residents have taken a stand against plans for 50-metre-high pylons to be built across their beloved landscape.

WELCOME ABOARD Euan Murray has signed for Barrow AFC after impressing on trial MILTON HAWORTH

 WELCOME ABOARD Euan Murray has signed for Barrow AFC after impressing on trial MILTON HAWORTH
WELCOME ABOARD Euan Murray has signed for Barrow AFC after impressing on trial MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow AFC land Scottish raider Murray on one-year deal
SCOTTISH raider Euan Murray has battled his way into the Barrow squad after impressing on trial.