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Plans to alter the roads in Barrow

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions Pictured: Wilkie Road juinction leading off Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions Pictured: Wilkie Road leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions Pictured: Wilkie Road juinction leading off Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

Barrow Map showing Walney Road in Barrow

Councillor Kevin Hamilton SUBMITTED

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WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions Pictured: Wilkie Road leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

WALNEY ROAD – Walney Road, junctions leading on to Walney Road, Barrow, Tuesday 30th Sept 2016 LEANNE BOLGER


          Plans to alter the roads in Barrow
Plans to alter the roads in Barrow
Major changes for Barrow's roads including one-way A590 plan as councillor condemns shipyard's 'cheap' solution
A MAJOR shake-up of Barrow's roads including a one-way system for the A590 has been thrashed out by council members as one accuses the shipyard of opting for a 'cheap' solution.

Newland Furnace, near Ulverston, is one of the historic places you can explore in the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31

Dalton Castle is open for the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31

Conishead Prioey, near Ulverston, is open for the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31

You can find out about the Coniston steam-powered yacht Gondola as part of the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31

Swarthmoor Hall is open in the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31

 Newland Furnace, near Ulverston, is one of the historic places you can explore in the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31
Newland Furnace, near Ulverston, is one of the historic places you can explore in the Heritage Open Days Festival SUBMITTED heritage-aug-31
South Cumbrian Heritage buildings throw open their doors
A HOST of historic buildings in South Cumbria are throwing open their doors to visitors next month as part of the Heritage Open Days Festival.

National charity says Haverigg is "bucking a national trend" of dwindling prison officers

 National charity says Haverigg is "bucking a national trend" of dwindling prison officers
National charity says Haverigg is "bucking a national trend" of dwindling prison officers
Haverigg Prison bucks national trend of decreasing prison officers
A LEADING charity has praised a Cumbrian prison as it bucks a national trend of declining prison officers.

Kings Arms on Dalton Road, Barrow

 Kings Arms on Dalton Road, Barrow
Kings Arms on Dalton Road, Barrow
Police appeal after Barrow pub customer allegedly inappropriately touched woman in beer garden
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man allegedly inappropriately touched a woman at a Barrow beer garden.

SAVED Pisces III being rescued from the sea

Roger Chapman who was trapped in Pisces III

Pisces III

Pisces III

Vickers Voyager

Roger Mallinson is reunited with his family after being rescued from Pisces III

 SAVED Pisces III being rescued from the sea
SAVED Pisces III being rescued from the sea
A daring rescue from beneath the waves
FORTY-THREE years ago one of the most dramatic rescues took place more than 1,500ft below the Irish Sea.

Sharon Dixon refused to blow in to a breathalyser

 Sharon Dixon refused to blow in to a breathalyser
Sharon Dixon refused to blow in to a breathalyser
Barrow gin driver 'mortified' at her actions
A SINGLE mother has appeared in court after she was spotted drink driving around Barrow and then failed to give police an accurate reading when breathalysed.

Police investigate criminal damage in Barrow

 Police investigate criminal damage in Barrow
Police investigate criminal damage in Barrow
Police investigate criminal damage in Barrow
POLICE are investigating an incident of criminal damage in Barrow.

Serre Road No. 2 military cemetery on the Somme is the resting place of Barrow-born Fred Rigby SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

The headstone of of Barrow-born Fred Rigby at Serre Road No. 2 military cemetery on the Somme SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

The badge of the 13th Battalion Canadian Infantry which would have been worn by Barrow-born Fred Rigby SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

James Rigby who has three great uncles killed in the First World War SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

Dalton war memorial which names Pte John Gillard SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

The Menin Gate at Ypres, Belgium, which includes the of Pte John Gillard SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

The Sherbrooke First World War Memorial in Canada which names Fred Rigby SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30

 Serre Road No. 2 military cemetery on the Somme is the resting place of Barrow-born Fred Rigby SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30
Serre Road No. 2 military cemetery on the Somme is the resting place of Barrow-born Fred Rigby SUBMITTED rigby-aug-30
Born in Barrow and died fighting for Canada
WE are looking back a century to the death on the Somme of Barrow-born Fred Rigby whose career and military service took him far from home.

Embargoed to 2100 Monday July 25

File photo dated 01/10/09 of a remote control for a television. Watching too much TV can be fatal, a new study has found. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2016. Hours of inactivity slumped in front of a television raises the risk of dying from a blood clot in the lungs, say scientists. See PA story HEALTH TV. Photo credit should read: Daniel Law/PA Wire

 Embargoed to 2100 Monday July 25 File photo dated 01/10/09 of a remote control for a television. Watching too much TV can be fatal, a new study has found. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2016. Hours of inactivity slumped in front of a television raises the risk of dying from a blood clot in the lungs, say scientists. See PA story HEALTH TV. Photo credit should read: Daniel Law/PA Wire
Embargoed to 2100 Monday July 25 File photo dated 01/10/09 of a remote control for a television. Watching too much TV can be fatal, a new study has found. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2016. Hours of inactivity slumped in front of a television raises the risk of dying from a blood clot in the lungs, say scientists. See PA story HEALTH TV. Photo credit should read: Daniel Law/PA Wire
Dalton man guilty of assaulting wife of 38-years with remote control
A DALTON man poured a pan of hot water over himself and then threw a TV remote control which hit his wife.

Furness dementia campaigner Margaret Crompton JON GRANGER

Furness dementia campaigner Margaret Crompton pictured at her Walney home, after her husband Sydney died eight years ago. 28/08/2016 JON GRANGER

 Furness dementia campaigner Margaret Crompton JON GRANGER
Furness dementia campaigner Margaret Crompton JON GRANGER
Walney widow of dementia sufferer says talking to authorities is like "talking to a brick wall"
THE widow of a man who battled dementia for years has vented her anger and frustration at the number of patients still being sent out of the local area for treatment.

Nando's

Burger King

 Nando's
Nando's
Evening Mail readers call for Nando's and Burger King to open outlets in Barrow
EVENING Mail readers have been having their say on Facebook - calling for Nando's and Burger King to open outlets in Barrow.

HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST

AT THE DOUBLE Connor Smith celebrates scoring his firts and Celtic’s second CHRIS WEST

NOT THIS TIME Barrow Celtic’s Zak Parker tries to go round a Cavs defende CHRIS WEST

FIRST TO THE BALL Furness Cavs' Matty Greg CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Celtic’s Jack Duigan. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Cav’s Jamie Wright. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

 HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST
HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST
Hainey grabs hat-trick as Barrow Celtic hit Furness Cavaliers reserves for six
BARROW Celtic kept up their 100 per cent record in the Furness Premier League with a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Furness Cavaliers Reserves at Newby Terrace.

Parkinson's disease sufferer Alan Denham

 Parkinson's disease sufferer Alan Denham
Parkinson's disease sufferer Alan Denham
'Generic drug set me back years', claims Parkinson's disease patient
A PENSIONER with Parkinson's disease has finally got his symptoms under control after he claims a generic drug set his condition back years.

MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST

HOWZAT Kirkby wicket-keeper James Thornton and slip Paul Fugler appeas for an lbw against Lindal's Eddie Waind

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Kirkby’s Mike Fugler. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Sam Beckman. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Kirkby’s Tom Marshall. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Callum McDougall. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Sam Beckman. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

 MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST
MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST
Furness lose grip on North Lancs League crown as Workington clinch double
NINE-MAN Dalton, not surprisingly, could not prevent Workington from being crowned North Lancs and Cumbria League Premier Division champions.

Cumbria is in the midst of a dementia crisis

John Stillwell/PA Wire

 Cumbria is in the midst of a dementia crisis
Cumbria is in the midst of a dementia crisis
Dementia crisis grips Cumbria - special report
TODAY is the first day in a week-long series of special reports by the Evening Mail on the crisis surrounding care for dementia in the south of Cumbria.

CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Groom Charlotte Jones and Sam Twiston-Davies with Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Lord Cavendish is presented with an award by Peter Airey in appreciation of the recognition of mares-only races Photo: Milton Haworth

Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Sam Twiston Davies on Captain Brown Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

New racing assistant Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

Racecourse staff Chloe Booth and Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

The huge crowd in the stand enjoy the fourth race Photo: Milton Haworth

Up, over and clear during the third race Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Denise, Isaabelle and Dory Rowley from Ulverston Photo: Milton Haworth

Soldiers from the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment based at Barrow, Lee McDonald and Daniel Atkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

 CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
Glorious weather boosts spirits at Cartmel
CROWDS headed to South Cumbria's iconic racetrack as glorious weather and high quality racing provided one of the best days of entertainment of the whole summer.

Hope Street Dalton

 Hope Street Dalton
Hope Street Dalton
Car damaged in Dalton street
POLICE are investigating an incident of criminal damage to a car in Dalton.

Kate Phizacklea with one of her favourite horses Mister Miyagi

Welsh Shadow ridden by Harry Skelton at Ayr Racecourse

Jane Barlow

Mister Miyagi ridden by Harry Skelton (centre) at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Al Ferof going to post ridden by Harry Skelton

Trainer Dan Skelton

The British Racing School were quick to tweet about Kate's success.

 Kate Phizacklea with one of her favourite horses Mister Miyagi
Kate Phizacklea with one of her favourite horses Mister Miyagi
Top national horse racing award for Dalton woman Kate
A Dalton woman has received a high profile award in the equestrian world for her work in a top horseracing yard which was recognised by the British Racing School. Lifestyle reporter GABRIELLE ROWLEY talks to her about her fast-paced, hands-on job.

Francescas in Barrow

Del.ish also scored top marks in their hygiene inspection

 Francescas in Barrow
Francescas in Barrow
Barrow food hygiene inspections: the latest
EATERIES around Barrow were put to the test by food hygiene inspectors who scored two popular outlets with zero out out of five.

ONE STAR A Taste of India in Askam

FIVE STARS Chequers Hotel and Restaurant in Dalton

ONE STAR Tudor Cafe in Dalton

 ONE STAR A Taste of India in Askam
ONE STAR A Taste of India in Askam
Askam takeaway and Dalton cafe receive damning reports
AN Indian takeaway restaurant and a town centre cafe have been told to make major improvements after reports by the Food Standards Agency.

Furness General Hospital

The NHS

Aaron Cummins, deputy chief executive of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. Photo: Steve Barber

Steve Barber

 Furness General Hospital
Furness General Hospital
Barrow hospital trust in the red as NHS faces worst ever cash shortage
HOSPITAL chiefs in Barrow are predicting a colossal multi-million pound deficit by the end of the financial year - as news emerges the NHS is entering its bleakest cash crisis ever.

K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.

 K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.
K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.
WEATHER FORECAST Millom, Ulverston, Barrow, Dalton and South Lakes
WEATHER Watch

Hartington Street and Stafford Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.

 Hartington Street and Stafford Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.
Hartington Street and Stafford Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.
Police investigate mindless damage to a number of parked cars in Dalton
POLICE are investigating after a number of parked cars were damaged overnight in Dalton.

Resurfacing work in Fenton Street, Barrow. ALEX GROVE

Resurfacing work in Fenton Street, Barrow. ALEX GROVE

Resurfacing work in Fenton Street, Barrow. ALEX GROVE

 Resurfacing work in Fenton Street, Barrow. ALEX GROVE
Resurfacing work in Fenton Street, Barrow. ALEX GROVE
WITH VIDEO: Barrow town centre road closed for resurfacing
A STREET in Barrow town centre has been closed for most of the day in order for resurfacing work to be completed.

ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson

 ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson
ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson
Furness Cavaliers aiming to build on derby win in West Lancs League
FURNESS Cavaliers have enjoyed a decent start to the season and that continued with a nail-biting derby victory over Furness Rovers.
Dalton man poured pan of hot water over himself in drunken rage
A DALTON man threw a TV remote at his wife then poured a pan of hot water over himself in a drunken rage.
Jeremy Hunt has been urged to admit that there is a disparity between what the NHS is being asked to achieve and the money that is available to do it
Jeremy Hunt has been urged to admit that there is a disparity between what the NHS is being asked to achieve and the money that is available to do it
Jeremy Hunt has been urged to admit that there is a disparity between what the NHS is being asked to achieve and the money that is available to do it
A&Es and hospitals face closure in NHS funding crisis
The NHS is drawing up plans to close services including A&E departments and district hospitals amid a dire funding crisis.

SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes

Gabriella Hotchkiss, Adam McQuistan, Kathryn Fisher and Callum Caldwell

From left, Louis Langhorn, Oliver Fenton, Rory Anderson

Louis Langhorn, Oliver Fenton, Rory Anderson

Gabriella Hotchkiss, left, and Kathryn Fisher

Iesha Choudhury

Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes

 SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes
SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes
Dalton school smashes GCSE records
DEPARTING pupils at a Dalton school left a lasting legacy as they achieved the highest GCSE results in their school's history.

LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

One of the shops operated by the Dalton Co-operative Society SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

A branch store of the Swarthmoor and Ulverston Co-operative Society SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

The Co-operative Society home and spa hotel at Gilsland, in Cumberland, in the 1920s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

The Barrow Co-operative Society management committee SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

An Evening Mail advertisement for Ulverston District Co-operative Society jobs in June 1966 SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

 LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25
LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25
No chance of equal pay in 1960s
CO-OPERATIVE stores had a reputation for being progressive in the way they looked after staff and customers but 50 years ago were still a long way from pay equality between men and women.

A seagull eating a pigeon in Barrow

 A seagull eating a pigeon in Barrow
A seagull eating a pigeon in Barrow
GRAPHIC CONTENT: Video of seagull eating a pigeon in Barrow town centre
A VIDEO has been published of a seagull attacking and eating a pigeon in Barrow town centre.