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The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A carved wooden panel which is believed to have been at Duddon Hall, near Millom SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A rare officer's helmet badge of the Border Regiment SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

Climbers on West Chimney of Great Gable in the Lake District SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

An architect's drawing for St Mary's Parish Church at Dalton SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A letter written by Dorothy Wordsworth SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A letter written from Switzerland by Coniston-based John Ruskin SUBMITTED auction-feb-18


          The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18
The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18
Barrow movie memories being sold in postcard collection
A REMINDER of nights at the movies in Barrow is included in a huge group of postcards being sold in West Sussex next week.

View of Coniston Old Man . LINDSEY DICKINGS

 View of Coniston Old Man . LINDSEY DICKINGS
View of Coniston Old Man . LINDSEY DICKINGS
Two walkers rescued after falls in the Lakes
MOUNTAIN rescue teams came to the aid of two walkers in the space of half and hour.

The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

A dormitory at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

 The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The 91 South Cumbrians confined in Lancaster's mental institution
Mental illness has always been carefully hidden from public gaze.

TEAM: Tom Stergiakis, Lauryn Kirkbride and Matthew Waring with their trophy LINDSEY DICKINGS

RESEARCH: Tom Stergiakis, Lauryn Kirkbride and Matthew Waring LINDSEY DICKINGS

 TEAM: Tom Stergiakis, Lauryn Kirkbride and Matthew Waring with their trophy LINDSEY DICKINGS
TEAM: Tom Stergiakis, Lauryn Kirkbride and Matthew Waring with their trophy LINDSEY DICKINGS
Successful South Cumbria trio through to North West public speaking contest
A TRIO of students have progressed to the North West final of a public speaking contest.

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured:Drew Postlethwaite, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Stuart Pattinson, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ben McDonald Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Drew Postlethwaite Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Daniel Pattinson, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Carl Waters, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

 FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER
FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Swarbrick heads Millom to comeback win over Blackpool
A LATE Ian Swarbrick header saw Millom complete a comeback from 1-0 down to take all three points against Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves at Hannah Field.

AREA: Coledale, Cumbria

A young sapling which was planted in Coledale

Mike Innerdale, assistant director of operations for the National Trust

 AREA: Coledale, Cumbria
AREA: Coledale, Cumbria
'Mass planting' in Lakes to help prevent flooding
HUNDREDS of trees are being planted in the Lake District in a "mass planting" to help reduce flooding and restore woodlands, the National Trust has said.

Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER

From the left, Julie Ross (aunty), Joan Stevens (grandmother), Chelsea Stevens, Barry Stevens (grandfather) and Corey Stevens (brother)

Chelsea Stevens, 22, has raised £5,000 in the 8 months since her 42-year-old mum died of cancer. LEANNE BOLGER

Chelsea Stevens with her mum Karen and brother Corey

Chelsea Stevens, 22, presenting a cheque for £3,800 raised at a charity event to staff at St Mary's Hospice, in Ulverston.

Chelsea Stevens, 22, has raised £5,000 in the 8 months since her 42-year-old mum died of cancer. LEANNE BOLGER

 Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER
Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER
Devoted Ulverston hospice workers inspire young Walney woman to become a carer
THE compassion shown to a 42-year-old mum who battled cancer has inspired her daughter to dedicate her future to helping others.

Coniston War Memorial was officially dedicated in 1920 SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07

Nibthwaite soldier Joseph Muncaster SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07

The badge of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07

Coniston soldier Walter Pepper is buried at Wancourt British Cemetery SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07

Men of the King's Own from Coniston SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07

 Coniston War Memorial was officially dedicated in 1920 SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07
Coniston War Memorial was officially dedicated in 1920 SUBMITTED coniston-feb-07
Finding ways to pay tribute to Coniston war casualties
THE great majority of war-related deaths in the rural communities around Coniston were overseas and official policy was that men were buried close to where they fell in action.

The cast of the A Word, including Christopher Eccleston, return to the Lake District

Actor Christopher Eccleston at the Black Cock pub in Broughton

 The cast of the A Word, including Christopher Eccleston, return to the Lake District
The cast of the A Word, including Christopher Eccleston, return to the Lake District
Cameras set to roll on second series of Lakes-set drama
FILMING on a second series of a groundbreaking drama that has highlighted issues surrounding autism to millions of viewers is expected to start within weeks.

Keswick to Barrow

 Keswick to Barrow
Keswick to Barrow
Team registration for 2017 Keswick to Barrow walk opens today
REGISTRATION for teams wanting to take part in the 2017 Keswick to Barrow and Coniston to Barrow walks opens today at noon.

HIGH FIVES Joe Tindale celebrates scoring Furness' first goal with Steve Crompton

BREAK THE DEADLOCK Joe Tindale scores the opener

SO CLOSE Walney's Matt Lockley heads the ball onto the bar

SLIDE TACKLE Furness Rovers' Liam Shields gets stuck in

STRIKE Walney's Kieran Solloway gets his shot away despite the close attention of a Rovers defender

Mike Carr celebrates Walney's second goal

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness' goal scorer Joe Tindale. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness' goal scorer Joe Tindale. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's Scott Goulding. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness' goal scorer Joe Tindale. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Close! - Furness's Scott Goulding just lifts the ball over the bar. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's Reece Carlisle. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's Liam Shields. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's goal celebration. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Walney's James Bailey juggles the ball. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Joe Tindale scores Furness' first goal. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's Aide Pearce. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Walney's Kieran Solloway. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's Liam Shields. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness keeper, Peter Thompson punches the ball clear. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

WALNEY / FURNESS ROVERS. Tunmerhill, Walney. Furness's goal scorer Josh Jones. 4th February 2017. CHRIS WEST

 HIGH FIVES Joe Tindale celebrates scoring Furness' first goal with Steve Crompton
HIGH FIVES Joe Tindale celebrates scoring Furness' first goal with Steve Crompton
Furness Rovers edge five-goal thriller to beat Walney Island
FURNESS Rovers took the derby honours with a 3-2 victory over Walney Island in an entertaining clash.

Michael Hoad from the Rotary Club of Furness (back) with (L-R) Maddie Steele, Neil Grace and Martin Leslie from the Terminal Trundlers team which raised £5,860 - 1st place fundraisers in the Team category LINDSEY DICKINGS

Michael Hoad (back right) with (L-R) John Graham, Scott Worsley, Neal Hodgson, Alan Jackson and Jack Flynn from Dalton Rugby team which raised £3,221.32 - 2nd place fundraisers in the team category. LINDSEY DICKINGS

President Michael Hoad from the Rotary Club of Furness (back) with (L-R) Sharon Perkins, Sasha Wells, Wendy Thompson and Heidi Bowron from Call the Midwife team. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Michael Hoad (back) with top fundraisers in the senior age group (L-R) Roger Low, Neil Grace and Martin Leslie. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Michael Hoad presents a prize to William Morrow, 14, who raised the highest amount, a total of £558, in the junior age group. LINDSEY DICKINGS

All the winners and other representatives with a cheque for £9,000 presented to the St Mary's Hospice. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Michael Hoad from the Rotary Club of Furness (back) with (L-R) Maddie Steele, Neil Grace and Martin Leslie from the Terminal Trundlers team which raised £5,860 - 1st place fundraisers in the Team category LINDSEY DICKINGS
Michael Hoad from the Rotary Club of Furness (back) with (L-R) Maddie Steele, Neil Grace and Martin Leslie from the Terminal Trundlers team which raised £5,860 - 1st place fundraisers in the Team category LINDSEY DICKINGS
Community celebrates Tour de Furness fundraising success
THE incredible effort of cyclists who peddled their way to raise thousands of pounds for worthy causes was celebrated at a special awards evening in Barrow.

GLITTERING PRIZE The Evening Mail darts trophy in 2010 as referee Rab Butler welcomes the players to the stage JOE RILEY REF: 50002092B004

 GLITTERING PRIZE The Evening Mail darts trophy in 2010 as referee Rab Butler welcomes the players to the stage JOE RILEY REF: 50002092B004
GLITTERING PRIZE The Evening Mail darts trophy in 2010 as referee Rab Butler welcomes the players to the stage JOE RILEY REF: 50002092B004
Help us find Evening Mail Darts trophy
DARTS players and fans are being called upon to help locate one of the most-coveted trophies in Furness sport.

FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH

 FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH
FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH
Lizzie Browne sets standard as Black Combe excel in winter races
BLACK Combe Runners are back in their stride for 2017 after a brace of winter training league races.

CLOSE SHAVE Kirkby keeper Lewis Woodhead gets a hand to this shot from Hawcoat's Craig Muncaster MILTON HAWORTH

KING CARL Carl Mackay scores Hawcoat's first MILTON HAWORTH

CELEBRATE Carl Mackay is mobbed by team-mates after he scored Hawcoat's opener

SLIDE RULE Kirkby's Robert Fugler MILTON HAWORTH

Hawcoat Park Reserves v Askam Reserves. 28th January 2017. PICTUIRES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Hawcoat Park Reserves v Askam Reserves. 28th January 2017. PICTUIRES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Hawcoat Park Reserves v KIRKBY UNITED. 28th January 2017. PICTUIRES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Hawcoat Park Reserves v KIRKBY UNITED. 28th January 2017. PICTUIRES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Hawcoat Park Reserves v KIRKBY UNITED. 28th January 2017. PICTUIRES by MILTON HAWORTH.

 CLOSE SHAVE Kirkby keeper Lewis Woodhead gets a hand to this shot from Hawcoat's Craig Muncaster MILTON HAWORTH
CLOSE SHAVE Kirkby keeper Lewis Woodhead gets a hand to this shot from Hawcoat's Craig Muncaster MILTON HAWORTH
Hawcoat Park take honours in FPL top-two battle
ON a day that saw most fixtures called off because of the overnight rain, the game between the top two sides in the Furness Premier League went ahead as planned, with leaders Hawcoat Park Reserves beating reigning champions Kirkby United.

A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A model of the Windermere speedboat Miss Windermere III SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A silver pocket watch by Gilbert of Barrow SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A Stone Age axe from the Langdale Valley in its unfinished state SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A painting of the sailing ship Coniston by William Mann SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A Victorian medal for the Westmorland Society's School SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

 A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28
A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28
Old county police motorcycle being sold at auction
BACK in the 1960s traffic police in what would later become Cumbria could be seen patrolling the roads on motorcycles bought from the British Small Arms Company.

Much loved writer Mary Welsh, who lived in Broughton for 37 years, has died at the age of 88. SUBMITTED

 Much loved writer Mary Welsh, who lived in Broughton for 37 years, has died at the age of 88. SUBMITTED
Much loved writer Mary Welsh, who lived in Broughton for 37 years, has died at the age of 88. SUBMITTED
Renowned Lake District walking writer Mary Welsh dies
A CHERISHED writer whose 50 books and countless published walks led thousands of hikers over mountains and through the countryside has died.

Sion Jair with his partner Wendy Kolbe at near Coniston Fell Foot. SUBMITTED

Sion Jair with his partner Wendy Kolbe at near Coniston Fell Foot. SUBMITTED

 Sion Jair with his partner Wendy Kolbe at near Coniston Fell Foot. SUBMITTED
Sion Jair with his partner Wendy Kolbe at near Coniston Fell Foot. SUBMITTED
Ulverston hiker with dementia sets up mountain training charity
AN experienced fell walker plans to teach novices navigational skills on some of the Lake District's highest summits - despite having dementia.

Charcoal burners near Haverthwaite around 1910 SUBMITTED coppice-jan-26

overgrown woodland cleared by coppicing at Eaves Wood, Silverdale BILL MYERS coppice-jan-26

overgrown woodland cleared by coppicing at Eaves Wood, Silverdale BILL MYERS coppice-jan-26

Healthy growth from the stump of a coppiced tree at Eaves Wood, Silverdale BILL MYERS coppice-jan-26

Charcoal workers at Oxen Park SUBMITTED coppice-jan-26

Oak basket makers at Backbarrow SUBMITTED coppice-jan-26

 Charcoal burners near Haverthwaite around 1910 SUBMITTED coppice-jan-26
Charcoal burners near Haverthwaite around 1910 SUBMITTED coppice-jan-26
Old ways return to manage forests
WOODLAND carefully managed for cutting and for the manufacture of charcoal as a fuel was once common throughout much of Furness and the Lake District.

HERE WE GO Runners try out the new Kentmere 5k trail route at the launch of the 2017 Lakeland Trails Series. They include Lakeland Trails event director Graham Patten (second left) and inov-8 product and marketing director Michael Price (fifth left) JAMES KIRBY

TESTING RUN Runners try out the new 5km 5km Kentmere Sport Trail route at the launch of the 2017 Lakeland Trails Series JAMES KIRBY

 HERE WE GO Runners try out the new Kentmere 5k trail route at the launch of the 2017 Lakeland Trails Series. They include Lakeland Trails event director Graham Patten (second left) and inov-8 product and marketing director Michael Price (fifth left) JAMES KIRBY
HERE WE GO Runners try out the new Kentmere 5k trail route at the launch of the 2017 Lakeland Trails Series. They include Lakeland Trails event director Graham Patten (second left) and inov-8 product and marketing director Michael Price (fifth left) JAMES KIRBY
Trail series innovates to include 5k distance
RUNNERS face a fresh challenge as a new series of races have been added to the 2017 Lakeland Trail Series.

The Stock Ghyll Force waterfall in Ambleside

 The Stock Ghyll Force waterfall in Ambleside
The Stock Ghyll Force waterfall in Ambleside
Revealed: Four Lake District locations make list of most popular walking destinations
THE Lake District has dominated a list of the most popular destinations searched for by walkers.

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Kyle Delves, Jordan Williams and Lee Hanna Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Otis Holiday Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite, Chris Benson and Carl Waters Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Jake Marston Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Chris Woods Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Jake Marston Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Mighty Millom fire in five to beat Furness Cavaliers
FURNESS Cavaliers hosted Millom in the West Lancs Second Division and ex-Barrow AFC Player Carl Waters made the difference in a 5-2 win which keeps Millom’s season bouncing along.

CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing

From left, Steve Huddart, chairman of Mitre Housing Association, and bishop of Carlisle, the Rt Reverend James Newcome

St Andrew's Youth Centre

 CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing
CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing
Coniston housing scheme launched after sod-cutting ceremony
A TRADITIONAL sod-cutting ceremony has taken place to mark the launch of a flagship housing scheme which will see much-needed affordable homes built in Coniston.

The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

Sheila Howell at re-launch of Gondola in 1980 SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

'Sydney the sea Serpent,' a feature on The Gondola SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

The brass plaque on Gondola after re-building work at Vickers, Barrow in 1978 SUBMITTED-gondola-jan-19

Feeding the fire on the Victorian steam yacht Gondola which is operated by the National Trust on Coniston Water SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

A view of the Furness Railway crest on the engine of Gondola which made its first public sailing on June 1 in 1860 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

 The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
When sleek Coniston steam yacht was a battered shell
FIFTY years ago the Coniston steam-powered yacht Gondola was in a poor state, grounded at the southern end of the lake and with an uncertain future.

Barrow fire station

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale who died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

A file photo of a firefighter's locker at Barrow Fire Station

 Barrow fire station
Barrow fire station
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow firefighters say 'There has never been a greater risk of dying in a fire'
IN the past five years, firefighter numbers in Cumbria have been cut by 49 while in the same period, fire-related deaths have increased to record levels. AMY FENTON speaks to firefighters on the front line and examines the links between the two

Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government.

LEANNE BOLGER

Walkers from the Rampside area took part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route.

LEANNE BOLGER

Barbara Harris, founder member of the Friends of the X112, at her home with art work 'Tobago Seascape' donated by artist Lucy Cavendish, Rampside, for an art auction last year in aid of the service.

LEANNE BOLGER

BUS SERVICE FUNDRAISER --- Art auction to raise funds for the X112 bus service which runs from Barrow to Coniston. // Robert Wheatley acting as auctioneer, and Barbara Harris who organised the event. Pictured with 'Highland Cow' by Jo McGrath. Saturday 17th September 2016. HARRY ATKINSON

Harry Atkinson

 Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government. LEANNE BOLGER
Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government. LEANNE BOLGER
Friends of the X112 horrified after vital funds are sent back to the government by Cumbria County Council
CAMPAIGNERS who have been fighting to save a bus service have been left "livid" and "disgusted" after vital community funds were sent back to the government.

Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Strong Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "India Pale Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Mild Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Oatmeal Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by Claude Muncaster called Near Oxen Park in the Lake District SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by William Waddington called Cornfield near Coniston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

 Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragettes raise banners at protest event
A RARE postcard showing many of the Cumbrian groups campaigning to get votes for women will feature in a Berkshire auction next week.

Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.

Amy Stretch-Parker, from Ulverston

 Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Furness tales feature in Cumbrian variety show
THE county's legendary tales are played out on stage in Barrow next month, as musician and storyteller Steve Wharton brings his Cumbrian Songs and Stories show to The Forum.

COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League

 COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League
COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League
Football servant backs call for shake-up of local leagues
FORMER player and referee Tony Scrogham has thrown his weight behind calls for local clubs to return to the Furness Premier League.

St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle

 St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle
St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle
Flagship affordable housing scheme set for launch in Coniston
A FLAGSHIP scheme will bring much needed affordable housing to the Lake District village of Coniston on the site of a derelict youth centre.