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Top girls: The Sir John Barrow School team who won the girls football tournament at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER

Good hands: Amelia Thompson grabsa the ball for Penny Bridge School LEANNE BOLGER

Great stuff: From left: Imogen Sharp, Ayla Stoller and Molly Wood celebrate a goal for Penny Bridge LEANNE BOLGER

High-flier: Low Furness' Lucy Swarbrick celebrates a goal LEANNE BOLGER

Penny for your thoughts: Molly Wood on the ball for Penny Bridge LEANNE BOLGER

Ruby Tuesday: Ruby Walker in action for Coniston at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER

Pushing on: Croftlands' Olivia Dent goes on the attack LEANNE BOLGER

Ready to go: Sir John Barrow's Megan Kelly LEANNE BOLGER

The Low down: Ellena Wilkin, from Low Furness, in action at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER

Go for it: Broughton's Kathrine Gannon LEANNE BOLGER

Girls aloud: The Pennington C of E team at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER

No rush: Milly Rushforth (in red) in action for Croftlands LEANNE BOLGER


          Top girls: The Sir John Barrow School team who won the girls football tournament at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER
Top girls: The Sir John Barrow School team who won the girls football tournament at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Girls power into action for Ulverston football tournament
SIR John Barrow School came out on top in the first girls football tournament to be held at Ulverston Leisure Centre.

Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog

Two-year-old Rosie making a snow dog

Lucy Cull, age 5, from Ulverston

Lucy Cull, age 5, from Ulverston

Snow at Marton

The view from Gillian Gordon's house in Dalton

Snow at Jo-Anne Boardley's home in Tebay

Snow in Lindal - Marie Rogers

Snow in Lindal by Marie Rogers

Snow at the Coppermines in Coniston by Phil Johnston

The view from the garage in Mountbarrow Road in Ulverston by Karin Crossman

Bayliff brothers William (five) and Arthur (one) enjoying the snow in Ulverston

William, Isabelle and Arthur Bayliff enjoying the snow in Ulverston

Snowman created by William, Isabelle and Arthur Bayliff in Ulverston

 Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog
Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog
Readers send in their pictures after heavy snowfall in South Cumbria
READERS have been sending in their photos of their children enjoying the snow.

Vision: Councillor Bharath Rajan

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 Vision: Councillor Bharath Rajan LINDSEY DICKINGS
Vision: Councillor Bharath Rajan LINDSEY DICKINGS
Plans to reopen disused Ulverston hospital building discussed
PLANS to reopen a disused hospital centre have been mooted.

Remembering: The dedication service for the memorial to walkers and climbers on Great Gable in 1924 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Memorial: Part of the dedication service on Great Gable in 1924 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Tribute: The original bronze plaque which was placed on Great Gable in 1924 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

New details: Changes needed to be made to the memorial as extra information emerged about walkers and climbers who died SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Early days: John Wilson Robinson was a pioneer of Lake District rock climbing and reached the top of Pillar in 1882 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Military service: The 1915 war edition of the journal of the Fell and Rock Climbing Club SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Shared interest: Members of the Fell and Rock Climbing Club at Coniston in 1909 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Background research: This booklet about wartime members of the Fell and Rock Climbing Club accompanies the Barrow exhibition SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

Casualty: A stained glass window dedicated to Siegfried Herford at the Eskdale Outward Bound School SUBMITTED rock-mar-21

 Remembering: The dedication service for the memorial to walkers and climbers on Great Gable in 1924 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21
Remembering: The dedication service for the memorial to walkers and climbers on Great Gable in 1924 SUBMITTED rock-mar-21
Memorial to climbers on show at Barrow Archive
THE First World War service of Furness and Lakeland climbers and walkers features in a new exhibition on show at Barrow.

Artwork by Jo McGrath

Spiny Starfish, by Ellie Chaney

Moortop Village II, by Greg Howard

 Artwork by Jo McGrath
Artwork by Jo McGrath
Green Door art trail expands ahead of spring return
THE Green Door Art Trail has expanded for 2017, taking in venues across South Cumbria.

Stroll: Beautiful views for walkers along the East side of Coniston Water

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Dangers: Walking for just 10 minutes a day can tackle the dangers of obesity

Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

Lifestyle: Ian Stewart, Cumbria County Council cabinet member for public health, aims to support people to make informed healthy lifestyle choices

Campaign: Richard Johnston of Active Cumbria

LOUISE PORTER

 Stroll: Beautiful views for walkers along the East side of Coniston Water LINDSEY DICKINGS
Stroll: Beautiful views for walkers along the East side of Coniston Water LINDSEY DICKINGS
Health benefits just a ten-minute walk away, experts say
IN a county which prides itself on 40-mile walks, 112-mile cycling sportives and toe-curlingly cold open-water swims, getting fit and healthy may seem a daunting prospect.

Rescue: Coniston Old Man summit from across Goats Water

Alan Waters

 Rescue: Coniston Old Man summit from across Goats Water Alan Waters
Rescue: Coniston Old Man summit from across Goats Water Alan Waters
Two walkers rescued from Coniston fells
Coniston Mountain Rescue Team were called out to assist two disorientated walkers on Saturday.

Getting together: An Edwardian meeting for climbers and walkers at the Wastwater Hotel SUBMITTED fells-mar-18

No limits: Eight early climbers on the Needle in the Lake District SUBMITTED fells-mar-18

 Getting together: An Edwardian meeting for climbers and walkers at the Wastwater Hotel SUBMITTED fells-mar-18
Getting together: An Edwardian meeting for climbers and walkers at the Wastwater Hotel SUBMITTED fells-mar-18
Exhibition traces story of climbing in Lake District
A NEW exhibition at the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry in Kendal traces the story of walking and climbing with a focus on the Lake District.

Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Decorative: A Victorian Coalport cabinet plate with a Windermere scene in the centre SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

All aboard: A railway sign from Oxenholme in South Cumbria SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Old ways: An oil painting of the Old Mill at Ambleside by Turner Taylor in 1886 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Cheers: A bottle from 1805 with "J. Whitwell, Kendal" on the seal SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Best wishes: A letter sent from Coniston by John Ruskin SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Money matters: An unused cheque from the Ulverston branch of the Lancaster Banking Company SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

 Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18
Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18
Artwork features Morecambe Bay sands crossing
EVEN Monday’s rail strike was not enough to tempt commuters to try the old way of getting to work - walking across the Morecambe Bay Sands.

Get in: Hawcoat's Ben Stoker is mobbed by his team-mates after scoring the game's only goal. MILTON HAWORTH

Good save: skipper Sam Stephens makes a great save from Askam captain Jordan Rayner. 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Celebration: Hawcoat v Askam. 11th March 2017. Hawcoats Ben Stoker is mobbed by his team mates after scoring the game's only goal. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Safe hands: Sam Stephens, the Hawcoat captain, gathers this cross just ahead of Askam's Stephen Wilton. 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

On the ball: Hawcoat v Askam. 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Close shave: Hawcoat v Askam. Phil Postlethwaite the Askam keeper is relieved to see this cross missed by both Jake Rees (15)and Luke Mitchell (12) 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Denied: Hawcoat v Askam. 11th March 2017. Sam Stephens turns this shot from Lee Irvine around the post. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Midfield battle: Hawcoat v Askam. 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

Challenge: Hawcoat v Askam. 11th March 2017. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH.

 Get in: Hawcoat's Ben Stoker is mobbed by his team-mates after scoring the game's only goal. MILTON HAWORTH
Get in: Hawcoat's Ben Stoker is mobbed by his team-mates after scoring the game's only goal. MILTON HAWORTH
Ben’s bang on target for Hawcoat Park
THE recent theme of wet weekends putting paid to local football fixtures looked like it was going to continue, but most games went ahead after some hard work by groundsmen all around the area.

Company pride: The Vickers boiler department float in Barrow's 1934 Hospitals Parade SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Famous owner: Beatrix Potter's own copy of a book from her library at Hill Top Farm, Sawrey SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Rare read: A first edition, first printing of The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter could sell for up to £20,000 SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Top tunes: A rare record sold for £1,200 at 1818 Auctioneers SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Big event: A ticket from the 1938 Rugby League Challenge Cup final at Wembley where Barrow lost to Salford SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Historic building: A view inside Cartmel Priory by Lucie Jones SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

Taking part: A silver Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry medal with a case dated 1866 SUBMITTED auction-mar-11

 Company pride: The Vickers boiler department float in Barrow's 1934 Hospitals Parade SUBMITTED auction-mar-11
Company pride: The Vickers boiler department float in Barrow's 1934 Hospitals Parade SUBMITTED auction-mar-11
Bidding frenzy expected for rare Beatrix Potter books
THE ever-popular children’s books of Lakeland author, illustrator and conservationist Beatrix Potter are likely to make some outstanding prices at auction at the end of the month.

Super six: Six-times Evening Mail darts champion John 'Ticker' Herrmann Evening Mail archive

Proud record Dee Bateman won the Evening Mail women's competition eleven times

 Super six: Six-times Evening Mail darts champion John 'Ticker' Herrmann Evening Mail archive
Super six: Six-times Evening Mail darts champion John 'Ticker' Herrmann Evening Mail archive
Darts finalists bid to join elite group of Evening Mail champions
THE resurrected Evening Mail Darts Championship has seen more than 70 of the area's best male and female throwers battle it out over the past few months.

Goalscorers: Sam Lightfoot, left, for Holker Old Boys reserves and Nathan Reid for Hawcoat Park reserves

Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

The chase: Jordan Rooney, left, for Hawcoat Park in pursuit of Holker's Sam Lightfoot

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Control: Reece Hudson

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Crucial save: Hawcoat keeper Ben Mills

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On the move: Dave Robinson for Holker

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The thick of it: Lewis Turner, left, and Dave Robinson

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Looking to options: Adam Hunter

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The fall: Sam Lightfoot going to ground against Nathan Reid

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 Goalscorers: Sam Lightfoot, left, for Holker Old Boys reserves and Nathan Reid for Hawcoat Park reserves Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
Goalscorers: Sam Lightfoot, left, for Holker Old Boys reserves and Nathan Reid for Hawcoat Park reserves Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Hawcoat hold off Holker to keep up title push
AFTER heavy overnight rain on Friday the local football fixtures took another battering as most pitches couldn’t cope with the amount of water that came down. One fixture that did take place was at Hawcoat Park where leaders Hawcoat Park Res took on Holker Old Boys Res who themselves still harbour aspirations of winning the league.

Martin Armitage on the classic Oxford and Cambridge Direct, Grey Crag

An early Fell and Rock Climbing Club meeting

An early Fell and Rock Climbing Club meeting

 Martin Armitage on the classic Oxford and Cambridge Direct, Grey Crag
Martin Armitage on the classic Oxford and Cambridge Direct, Grey Crag
Story of Lakeland climbing and walking told in new exhibition
THE history of walking and climbing in the Lake District is the subject of a new exhibition, set to open this weekend.

Snow covered: A painting called Coniston Old Man from the top of Lave Crags, mist clearing by William Gershom Collingwood, who lived from 1854 to 1932 SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Still waters: Coniston by Elliot Henry Marten SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Mountain view: A watercolour called Rising clouds, Coniston Water from near waterside by Edward Horace Thompson SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Cattle drinking: An oil painting by J. A. Pettitt, called Grey day in autumn, Coniston SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Historic figure: A portrait miniature of Lady Westmorland SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Season ends: A 1948 football programme from the Barrow against Mansfield match SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

Rare book: A 1906 first edition of The Story of Miss Moppet by Lakeland author Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-mar-04

 Snow covered: A painting called Coniston Old Man from the top of Lave Crags, mist clearing by William Gershom Collingwood, who lived from 1854 to 1932 SUBMITTED auction-mar-04
Snow covered: A painting called Coniston Old Man from the top of Lave Crags, mist clearing by William Gershom Collingwood, who lived from 1854 to 1932 SUBMITTED auction-mar-04
Coniston paintings feature in auctions
CONISTON features strongly in a series of paintings being offered for sale at auction.

In the mix: Hawcoat Park Reserves on their way to a 2-0 victory over reigning FPL champions Kirkby United in January. But who will lift the title come springtimel? MILTON HAWORTH

 In the mix: Hawcoat Park Reserves on their way to a 2-0 victory over reigning FPL champions Kirkby United in January. But who will lift the title come springtimel? MILTON HAWORTH
In the mix: Hawcoat Park Reserves on their way to a 2-0 victory over reigning FPL champions Kirkby United in January. But who will lift the title come springtimel? MILTON HAWORTH
Furness Premier League title race going to the wire
THE race for the Furness Premier League title is hotting up nicely.

Tragedy: Donald Campbell's Bluebird K7 crashes on Coniston Water on January 4, 1967

Record attempt: Donald Campbell PA WIRE

Discovery: One of the documents relating to Donald Campbell found in a London auction house SUBMITTED

Insight: One of the documents found in a London auction house relating to speed pioneer Donald Campbell SUBMITTED

Find: Documents have been found in a London auction house relating to Donald Campbell SUBMITTED

Insight: Robert Miller, MD of Hemswell Antique Centres in Lincolnshire, and Paul Drewett, antiques dealer who found the collection of Donald Campbell documents SUBMITTED

Hero: Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird at Coniston Water EM ARCHIVE

 Tragedy: Donald Campbell's Bluebird K7 crashes on Coniston Water on January 4, 1967
Tragedy: Donald Campbell's Bluebird K7 crashes on Coniston Water on January 4, 1967
Historical documents on Lake District speed pioneer Donald Campbell discovered
DUSTY sheets of paper long forgotten in a London auction house have shone a light on one of Britain's speed heroes.

Recognition: Colin Warbrick stands proudly after being made a companion of the Order of St Michael and St George Photo: Steve Warbrick

 Recognition: Colin Warbrick stands proudly after being made a companion of the Order of St Michael and St George Photo: Steve Warbrick
Recognition: Colin Warbrick stands proudly after being made a companion of the Order of St Michael and St George Photo: Steve Warbrick
Barrow professor honoured for services to law at Buckingham Palace ceremony
AS part of the Queen's 90th birthday honours a south Cumbrian man has been invested into a chivalric order for his service to foreign affairs.

A photograph by Rod Taylor

Reflection: Wilanow Palace, Warsaw, by Andy Mortimer

 A photograph by Rod Taylor
A photograph by Rod Taylor
Study of surfaces sees photographers pair up for new exhibition
EVERYDAY surfaces are the subject of a fascination photographic exhibition, set to open in the Lake District.

Into battle: this is how John Palmer would have been dressed as his tank went into action in 1917. This display is at the Tank Museum in Bovington BILL MYERS tank-feb-28

Battle souvenir: Germans with a captured British tank at Bullecourt on April 11 in 1917 SUBMITTED tank-feb-28

Terror weapon: this is the view German troops would have had of John Palmer tank. This display is at the Tank Museum in Bovington BILL MYERS tank-feb-28

Missing in action: John Palmer is commemorated on the Arras Memorial SUBMITTED tank-feb-28

Tank man: Nibthwaite soldier John Palmer SUBMITTED tank-feb-28

On duty: The cap badge of the Machine Gun Corps SUBMITTED tank-feb-28

Looking back: A Bullecourt memorial to men killed as part of the larger Battle of Arras in 1917 SUBMITTED tank-feb-28

 Into battle: this is how John Palmer would have been dressed as his tank went into action in 1917. This display is at the Tank Museum in Bovington BILL MYERS tank-feb-28
Into battle: this is how John Palmer would have been dressed as his tank went into action in 1917. This display is at the Tank Museum in Bovington BILL MYERS tank-feb-28
A pioneer in the secret world of First World War tanks
THE Barrow News on Saturday June 16 in 1917 reported the death of machine-gunner and tank driver John Palmer from Nibthwaite, a small rural community close to Coniston Water.

Top tune: Askam Town Silver Band shown during the July 1993 Askam Gala EM ARCHIVE askam-feb-27

Ancient links: Dan Elsworth of Greelane Archaeology outside his Ulverston offices and bookshop BILL MYERS askam-feb-27

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Local history: Author Gill Jepson at Furness Abbey BILL MYERS askam-feb-27

Industrialist: Ulverston mine owner Myles Kennedy SUBMITTED askam-feb-27

History house: Swarthmoor Hall, Ulverston, was the home Of Quaker Founder George Fox SUBMITTED askam-feb-27

Visit us: Promotional postcards and posters were produced for the Lakeland tours by the Furness Railway SUBMITTED askam-feb-27

Leisure time: The Coniston steam yacht Gondola featured in Edwardian tours organised by the Furness Railway SUBMITTED askam-feb-27

Family base: Stone Cross mansion at Ulverston was home to the Kennedy family SUBMITTED askam-feb-27

 Top tune: Askam Town Silver Band shown during the July 1993 Askam Gala EM ARCHIVE askam-feb-27
Top tune: Askam Town Silver Band shown during the July 1993 Askam Gala EM ARCHIVE askam-feb-27
Trains, band music and mine owners feature in Askam talks
TRAINS, band music and a family of mine owners all feature in a new series of talks from the Askam and Ireleth Local History Group.

Reading: Christopher Wordsworth, great-great-great-great-grandson of William Wordsworth

MILTON HAWORTH

Adaptation: A still from Swallows and Amazons

PA Photo/StudioCanal

Movie: A still from Swallows and Amazons

PA Photo/StudioCanal

 Reading: Christopher Wordsworth, great-great-great-great-grandson of William Wordsworth MILTON HAWORTH
Reading: Christopher Wordsworth, great-great-great-great-grandson of William Wordsworth MILTON HAWORTH
Descendant of famed poet to join marathon read in Lake District
A DESCENDANT of a much-loved poet is to join the marathon reading of a classic children's story in the Lake District.

Emergency services at the scene of the collision

 Emergency services at the scene of the collision
Emergency services at the scene of the collision
Barrow motorist faces driving ban after causing A590 crash which led to 35-mile diversion
A MAN from Barrow could lose his driving licence after he admitted causing a four-vehicle crash on the A590.

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.

Picturesque: View of the centre of Coniston LINDSEY DICKINGS

'Welcome boost': Ian Stephens

 Picturesque: View of the centre of Coniston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Picturesque: View of the centre of Coniston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Bid to put Cumbria on global tourism map
CUMBRIA'S bid for a place on the global cultural map could be confirmed if the Lakes District's bid for World Heritage Status is successful.

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.
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