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Extra beds are to be provided in a new temporary 'pod' at Furness General to help meet demand this winter

Photo: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire


          Extra beds are to be provided in a new temporary 'pod' at Furness General to help meet demand this winter
          Photo: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire
Extra beds are to be provided in a new temporary 'pod' at Furness General to help meet demand this winter Photo: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire
Temporary high tech pod to provide extra hospital beds in Barrow this winter
A HIGH tech pod is set to be delivered to Furness General Hospital in Barrow to act as a temporary ward through the winter - as pressure for beds intensifies.

FUNDRAISER Dalton St. Mary's Church of England Primary School coffee morning LINDSEY DICKINGS

Joanne and Simon Hulbert walking with their son Charlie. SUBMITTED

The staff at Dandys in Duke Street, Barrow raised over £1000.

Ella Greaves tastes the scones as classmates from the reception and nursery class at Newton School gets ready for the World's Biggest Coffee Morning. MILTON HAWORTH

Ella Greaves and Damon Schofield from the nursery class at Newton School MILTON HAWORTH.

Teachers at St Mary's School in Dalton get pied for charity. From right to left: Adam Hudson, George Akred, Hannah Croskery, Vicky Parkinson and Lisa Robinson. ALEX GROVE

Year 5 teacher Lisa Robinson got her face pied for charity by schoolchildren. ALEX GROVE

Left to right: Jill Bayliff, Adam Barker, Dora Varga, Chris Barker, Graham Barker, Wendy Norman at a Macmillan coffee morning at Furness Building Society. SUBMITTED

Joanne and Simon Hulbert. SUBMITTED

Ella Charnley and Clare Charnley with their purchased cakes at St Aidan's Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pictured: Enjoying their cupcakes (l-r) Rhys Anderson, Cora Sutcliffe and Roux Zvi Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pictured: Enjoying her cupcake is Cora Sutcliffe Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Helen Nicholson, Kattrina Hooper, Jo-Ann Ellis and Louise Jessiman Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

COFFEE MORNING --- Macmillan coffee morning at Dalton St. Mary's Church of England Primary School, Dalton, in memory of parent Joanne Hulbert Lottery development fundraiser Clare Shields from St. Mary's Hospice, head teacher Lynda Woodburn, Year 5 teacher and event orgainser Lisa Robinson and community fundraiser Mel Dixon from St. Mary's Hospice

Barrow AFC community sports donated their football game to the event Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Barrow AFC community sports donated their football game to the event - Victoria Logan Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

(l-r) Daniel Knott, Robbie Sanderson, Joanne's son Charlie Hulbert and Sam Atkinson Friday 30th September 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 FUNDRAISER Dalton St. Mary's Church of England Primary School coffee morning LINDSEY DICKINGS
FUNDRAISER Dalton St. Mary's Church of England Primary School coffee morning LINDSEY DICKINGS
With video: South Cumbria coffee mornings raise funds for cancer charity
A DALTON school came together for a mammoth morning of fundraising to celebrate the life of a "brilliant mum" who died after a four-year battle with breast cancer.

IN CONTENTION Adam Jackson is available again for Askam's play-off meeting with Leigh East JON GRANGER

 IN CONTENTION Adam Jackson is available again for Askam's play-off meeting with Leigh East JON GRANGER
IN CONTENTION Adam Jackson is available again for Askam's play-off meeting with Leigh East JON GRANGER
Askam shoot for play-off final in National Conference Division Two
ASKAM can take a step closer to promotion from National Conference Division Two when they host Leigh East tomorrow.

GOAL MACHINE Gareth Jones (centre) celebrates scoring against GSK Ulverston Rangers last season – one of 350 he has netted for Dalton in the West Lancs MILTON HAWORTH

 GOAL MACHINE Gareth Jones (centre) celebrates scoring against GSK Ulverston Rangers last season – one of 350 he has netted for Dalton in the West Lancs MILTON HAWORTH
GOAL MACHINE Gareth Jones (centre) celebrates scoring against GSK Ulverston Rangers last season – one of 350 he has netted for Dalton in the West Lancs MILTON HAWORTH
Another goals milestone for Dalton strike ace Jones, but team success is more important
FIFTY goals in a career might be seen an a fine total by some footballers. Scoring 100, even 200 is often a dream in the far distance.

The flowers and note from Oasis Florists

Mourners gathered at the funeral of Paul Hawkrigg.

The flowers on Paul Hawkrigg's coffin

A note on some flowers placed on Paul Hawkrigg's coffin

 The flowers and note from Oasis Florists
The flowers and note from Oasis Florists
Barrow says goodbye to 'adopted son' who kept his homelessness a secret
TRIBUTES have been paid to "an adopted son of Barrow" who chose not to tell his friends that he was living on the streets.

Ella Greaves, left, tastes the scones with, from left, Molly Rhodes, Damen Schofield, Falon Slone and Isabella Ireland. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH

Damon Schofield from the nursery class at Newton Primary School. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH

From the left, Vivienne McIlgorm, Falon Slone, Damen Schofield, Isabella Ireland and Ella Greaves. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH

Ella Greaves and Damon Schofield from the nursery class at Newton Primary School. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH

 Ella Greaves, left, tastes the scones with, from left, Molly Rhodes, Damen Schofield, Falon Slone and Isabella Ireland. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH
Ella Greaves, left, tastes the scones with, from left, Molly Rhodes, Damen Schofield, Falon Slone and Isabella Ireland. PHOTO: MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow schoolchildren get baking in preparation for Macmillan coffee morning
A BARROW school has been inspired to host its own coffee morning in honour of a pupil whose relative recently died from cancer.

OVER HE GOES Rhys Evens scores Millom Under-14s' first try in their 24-18 defeat by Walney Central STEPHEN LEECE

SWIFT FEET Dylan Sweeney makes a break down the wing for Millom Under-14s against Walney STEPHEN LEECE

HERE I COME Millom's Jamie McQuire looks for a way through the Walney defence STEPHEN LEECE

KICK IT Aaron Giles goes for goal for Millom Under-14s against Walney Central STEPHEN LEECE

POWER PLAY Ulverston Wolverines under-eights players Harry Preston pushes off a Millom tackler LAURA McCORMICK

EVASIVE Ulverston under-eights' Alfie Irving tries to escape the Millom defence LAURA McCORMICK

THREE IN A ROW From left: Ben Dobson, Jack Newbiggin and Kian McPherson stand ready for Millom Under-14s STEPHEN LEECE

HANDY Astin Mossop with the ball for Millom STEPHEN LEECE

THREAT Astin Mossop on the attack for Millom STEPHEN LEECE

PUSH OFF Millom's Ben Gibney tries to escape a Walney Under-14s tackle STEPHEN LEECE

WHERE TO GO? Millom's Kian McPherson looks for a gap STEPHEN LEECE

GOOD HANDS Elliot Burrow spreads play for Millom Under-14s against Walney STEPHEN LEECE

CRAW BLIMEY Carrick Crawford looks for a gap for Ulverston under-eights LAURA McCORMICK

CUTTTING EDGE Millom under-eights break through on an attack at Ulverston LAURA McCORMICK

MAROON MENACE Millom attack against Ulverston under-eights LAURA McCORMICK

GRAPPLED Ulverston's Carter Nicholson is tackled by the Millom defence LAURA McCORMICK

 OVER HE GOES Rhys Evens scores Millom Under-14s' first try in their 24-18 defeat by Walney Central STEPHEN LEECE
OVER HE GOES Rhys Evens scores Millom Under-14s' first try in their 24-18 defeat by Walney Central STEPHEN LEECE
PICTURE SPECIAL: Millom, Walney and Ulverston in RL battles
IT was another packed weekend of rugby league action for South Cumbrian sides across several competitions.

A Barrow Daimler bus shown around 1915 SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28

The Russian cruiser Rurik was built by Vickers at Barrow SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28

Barrow electric tramcar number 5 shown around 1910 SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28

The launch of an unidentified Barrow ship around 1915

The Barrow-built HMS Vanguard on sea trials SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28

Barrow soccer fans on a paddle steamer to Fleetwood for a cup tie around 1913 SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28

 A Barrow Daimler bus shown around 1915 SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28
A Barrow Daimler bus shown around 1915 SUBMITTED stoker-sep-28
Barrow old photos salvaged from hotel demolition
A REMARKABLE group of old framed photographs showing Barrow, Walney and Ulverston was salvaged when the White House Hotel on Abbey Road, Barrow, was demolished.

New apprentices on the Rusland Horizons Scheme

 New apprentices on the Rusland Horizons Scheme
New apprentices on the Rusland Horizons Scheme
New apprentices will enhance unique South Lakes landscape
SIX new recruits are setting out on a new apprenticeship scheme which aims to restore and enhance the unique South Lakes landscape.

The crossroads at Dalton Lane, Hawcoat Lane and Rakesmoor Lane in Barrow. Picture: Google Maps.

 The crossroads at Dalton Lane, Hawcoat Lane and Rakesmoor Lane in Barrow. Picture: Google Maps.
The crossroads at Dalton Lane, Hawcoat Lane and Rakesmoor Lane in Barrow. Picture: Google Maps.
Barrow motorist charged with causing crash at crossroads
A FEMALE motorist from Barrow has been charged with causing a crash by driving without due care and attention.

Barry Nelson of High White Close, Barrow jailed for three years for drug offences

Images from Cumbria police of crack cocaine found on Barry Nelson of High White Close, Barrow

 Barry Nelson of High White Close, Barrow jailed for three years for drug offences
Barry Nelson of High White Close, Barrow jailed for three years for drug offences
Drugs mule given jail time after hiding crack cocaine internally
A DRUGS mule who hid pellets of crack cocaine in his bum has been sent to jail for three years.

Station Road in Dalton

 Station Road in Dalton
Station Road in Dalton
Police investigate assault outside Dalton chippy
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a youth was assaulted outside a fish and chip shop in Dalton.
Dalton school to host charity event after tragic death of a "brilliant mum"
A COFFEE morning will take place at a school in memory of a 42-year-old Dalton mum who died after losing her battle with breast cancer.

The row on Twitter

 The row on Twitter
The row on Twitter
Walney man sparks social media row with Barrow police after AFC violence
A WALNEY man sparked a social media spat with Barrow police after accusing officers of "not doing their jobs properly" after violence broke out at an AFC game.

Heavy traffic on the A590 at Lindal. Picture: Beth Baldwin.

 Heavy traffic on the A590 at Lindal. Picture: Beth Baldwin.
Heavy traffic on the A590 at Lindal. Picture: Beth Baldwin.
Temporary traffic lights will be in place on the A590 at Lindal until 4pm
TEMPORARY traffic lights are today causing long delays in both directions on the A590 at Lindal.

Barrow cemetery

Paul Hawkrigg

Police vans parked outside Channelside Haven. ALEX GROVE

The footpath has been taped off by police. ALEX GROVE

A crime scene investigation van. ALEX GROVE

 Barrow cemetery
Barrow cemetery
Pauper's funeral of homeless Barrow man set to take place this week
A PAUPER'S funeral for a homeless man who was found dead in Barrow at a dog-walking spot is set to take place this week.

ELECTIONS Barrow Borough councillors Jill Heath, Sean Harkin & Ann Thurlow CHRIS WEST

Defence solicitors (l-r) Sean Harkin, Jane Tunn, Graham Jackson, Andrew Gibson, Maureen Fawcett, Trystan Roberts and Karen Templeton outside Furness Magistrates Court, in Barrow

Dave Pidduck

John Woodcock MP

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during the second day of the Labour Party conference in Liverpool. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday September 26, 2016. See PA story LABOUR Main. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

 ELECTIONS Barrow Borough councillors Jill Heath, Sean Harkin & Ann Thurlow CHRIS WEST
ELECTIONS Barrow Borough councillors Jill Heath, Sean Harkin & Ann Thurlow CHRIS WEST
Barrow borough councillor calls for new parliamentary party after he quits as Labour member
A SOLICITOR and councillor for Barrow Borough has made the bold decision to resign as a member of the Labour party in protest against Jeremy Corbyn's re-election.

Askam soldier Arthur Benn who died on September 26 in 1916 SUBMITTED candle-sep-26

St Sever Cemetery at Rouen is the resting place of Askam soldier Arthur Benn SUBMITTED candle-sep-26

Askam soldier Arthur Benn is named on the village war memorial BILL MYERS candle-sep-26

Askam soldier Arthur Benn served with the Irish Guards and wound have worn a cap badge like this SUBMITTED candle-sep-26

Haverigg soldier Frederick Temp died on September 26 in 1916 and is named on the Vimy Memorial SUBMITTED candle-sep-26

Haverigg soldier Frederick Temp served with the 13th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry SUBMITTED candle-sep-26

 Askam soldier Arthur Benn who died on September 26 in 1916 SUBMITTED candle-sep-26
Askam soldier Arthur Benn who died on September 26 in 1916 SUBMITTED candle-sep-26
Candle lit to mark century since death of Askam soldier
A CANDLE will be lit at Askam War Memorial this evening, Monday, September 26, to mark 100 years since the death of Private Arthur Benn.

Man smoking a cigarette. Credit: Brady/PA Wire

 Man smoking a cigarette. Credit: Brady/PA Wire
Man smoking a cigarette. Credit: Brady/PA Wire
Call for parks and playgrounds to become no-smoking zones
CALLS have been made by environmental health officers to ban smoking in playgrounds, public parks, theme parks and zoos.

Walney School

 Walney School
Walney School
Poverty and mental health discussed at Barrow committee meeting
MEMBERS of Cumbria County Council's Local Committee for Barrow met to discuss pressing issues affecting the town.

Newly appointed head teacher Rachael McFarlane at Ireleth St Peter's C of E Primary School

Newly appointed head teacher Rachael McFarlane at Ireleth St Peter's C of E Primary School with some of the school's newest pupils

 Newly appointed head teacher Rachael McFarlane at Ireleth St Peter's C of E Primary School
Newly appointed head teacher Rachael McFarlane at Ireleth St Peter's C of E Primary School
New headteacher has big plans for small village school
A TEACHER has seen her dreams come true as she takes up the role of headteacher at a community primary school.

WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH

UNDER PRESSURE Celtic keeper Liam Thomson spills the ball as Warren Simpson closes in MILTON HAWORTH

TAKE A PUNT Josh Woodend opens the scoring with a long-range shot for Holker at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH

STAND FIRM Stout defending from Barrow Celtic keeps Holker Old Boys out MILTON HAWORTH

A MAN ALONE Robert Johnson is the lone Barrow Celtic striker surrounded by the Holker defence MILTON HAWORTH

TUSSLE Holker Old Boys' Tom Howlett is pressured MILTON HAWORTH

Barrow Celtic v Holker Old Boys Reserve at Newby Terrace. 24th September 2016. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

LET FLY Josh Woodend scores for Holker Old Boys reserves PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH

 WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH
WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH
Holker beat Barrow Celtic in battle of form sides
TWO of the Furness Premier League’s top teams locked horns in the Paul Wilson Trophy, as Barrow Celtic played Holker Old Boys reserves.

TRADITION From left, Lily Hodgkinson, rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie and Penny Ritchie

Urswick rushbearing procession

Last year's queen Mia Sullivan

Dalton Town Band

Urswick rushbearing procession

Urswick rushbearing procession

Phoebe Hunter, four, from Urswick

Daniel Hopkins, 11, from Urswick

Rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie

From left, Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick, Jo Ritchie

From left, Lily Hodgkinson, Milly Ritchie and Penny Richie

From left, Lily Hodgkinson, Milly Ritchie and Penny Ritchie

Jazz the Jack Russell

Brownie Lottie

From left, Lily Hodgkinson, rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie and Penny Ritchie

 TRADITION From left, Lily Hodgkinson, rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie and Penny Ritchie
TRADITION From left, Lily Hodgkinson, rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie and Penny Ritchie
Scores parade through Urswick for village's annual rushbearing celebration
A SMALL South Lakes village came together on a clear autumn afternoon to celebrate an ancient tradition which has played a huge role in a community's history for more than 100 years.

Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER

Runners up from Yarlside School: LEANNE BOLGER

Stewart Landsburgh and Caroline McGuirk with Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands: LEANNE BOLGER

Doreen Ballentine with Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

A selection of vegetables from Parkside Academy: SUBMITTED

Dane Ghyll pupils

Dane Ghyll pupils Sophie Biddulph, Emelia Washington and Layla Dewey

Dane Ghyll pupil Layla Dewey

Rio White from Parkside CGI Academy

Parkside CGI Academy pupils Kye Cheung, Missy-Lee Burns, Harvey Cheung and Harry Jackson

 Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER
Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow borough's blossoming gardens celebrated in awards ceremony
TENANTS and schoolchildren from across the borough put their cherished gardens under scrutiny at an awards ceremony for an annual garden competition at Barrow town hall.

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: (l-R) At the wedding Janice Anderson & Mike Fay Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: At the wedding with her bridesmaids, Janice Anderson, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: At the wedding Janice Anderson, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: (l-R) At the wedding Friends Adele Dean and Wendy Smith, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: At the wedding Janice Anderson, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: (l-R) At the wedding Friends Adele Dean, Janice Anderson and Wendy Smith, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: At the wedding, Clarence House Country Hotel, Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: (l-R) At the wedding Janice Anderson & Mike Fay Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
JANICE ANDERSON WEDDING Dream wedding of Janice Anderson & Mike Fay at Clarence House Country Hotel and Restaurant, Pictured: (l-R) At the wedding Janice Anderson & Mike Fay Dalton, Saturday 24th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Wedding day is a dream come true for brave Barrow bride
A BARROW woman became a princess for a day as she said "I do" to her partner of almost 13 years.

Police appealing for witnesses following burglary in Barrow.

 Police appealing for witnesses following burglary in Barrow.
Police appealing for witnesses following burglary in Barrow.
Barrow burglary sparks police probe
POLICE are appealing for information after money was stolen during a burglary in Barrow.

The official turf cutting gets under way at Furness General Hospital: STEVE BARBER

Dalton mum Lesley Bennett and son Lewis, 11: STEVE BARBER

Director of maternity at UHMBT, Sascha Wells, with daughter Imogen Munro, 10: STEVE BARBER

An artist's impression of the finished maternity unit

 The official turf cutting gets under way at Furness General Hospital: STEVE BARBER
The official turf cutting gets under way at Furness General Hospital: STEVE BARBER
Official turf cutting for Barrow's £12m maternity unit gets under way
AN official turf cutting ceremony has taken place to make way for a state-of-the-art £12m maternity unit for Barrow.

Peter Braithwaite with Dalton Brewery bottles EM ARCHIVE bottle-sep-23

An advertisement from 1888 for the Dalton Brewery in Market Street SUBMITTED bottle-sep-23

 Peter Braithwaite with Dalton Brewery bottles EM ARCHIVE bottle-sep-23
Peter Braithwaite with Dalton Brewery bottles EM ARCHIVE bottle-sep-23
Cellar bottle hoard told story of Dalton Brewery
A BIT of building work 25 years ago gave clues to the brewing industry in Dalton.

The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Cub scout Edward climbing. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Exploring the mine. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The opening ceremony at Urswick. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Exploring the mine. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Rafting at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Fencing at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The centenary cake. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Abseiling at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The closing ceremony at their campsite in Urswick. PHOTO:MATT SANDERSON

Kayaking at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

 The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON
The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON
South Cumbrian cubs enjoy fun-filled adventure weekend to celebrate centenary
MORE than a hundred youngsters from across south Cumbria came together for a weekend of adventure to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the Cub Scouts.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness. Lead Coach Kirby Linton.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Go Active Logo with web address August 2016

 Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.
Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.
Campaign aims to get inactive Furness girls to try a new sport
YOUNG women are being encouraged to take up new sports and embark upon a healthier life as part of a national campaign.