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Smashed: A Citroen car Dalton JON GRANGER


          Smashed: A Citroen car  Dalton JON GRANGER
Smashed: A Citroen car Dalton JON GRANGER
Smashed car left on Dalton roadside
A CAR has been left on the roadside near Dalton, cordoned off by police tape.

This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

Bidding reached £2,300 for this carved panel thought to have once been at Duddon Hall, near Millom SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A painting of the Barrow-built HMS Vanguard which exploded in 1917 SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A painting called Near Ambleside by Albert Dunington SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A needlework on silk showing the ruins of Furness Abbey SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

Belt clasps for the Ulverston-based 10th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers (top) and the 1st Volunteer Battalion of the Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

 This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25
This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25
Classic Ulverston motorbike could sell for £5,000
A CLASSIC motorbike from the 1960s which spent most of its life in Ulverston could sell for up £5,000 in a Yorkshire sale.

The Sun Kings

 The Sun Kings
The Sun Kings
Comeback Kings to unveil new set-list at headline show
THE Sun Kings are back to reclaim their crown as one of Furness' leading live bands with their first appearance of 2017.

Leading the way: Martin Aspinwall is helping guide the progress of Barrow Raiders' young players DAVID WALKER

 Leading the way: Martin Aspinwall is helping guide the progress of Barrow Raiders' young players DAVID WALKER
Leading the way: Martin Aspinwall is helping guide the progress of Barrow Raiders' young players DAVID WALKER
Challenge Cup 2017: Old head Martin Aspinwall happy to help Barrow Raiders' rookies
AS one of the senior players in the Barrow Raiders squad, it will come as no surprise that Martin Aspinwall has been given some extra leadership responsibilities by head coach Paul Crarey.

Damage: One of the repair sites in Ambleside LEANNE BOLGER

Repairs mission: Lake District National Park ranger Scott Duncanson at one of the repair sites in Ambleside LEANNE BOLGER

Planning for the future: Scott Duncanson LEANNE BOLGER

Flashback: Floods at Whitewater Hotel, Newby Bridge LEANNE BOLGER

All at sea: Floodwaters surge around the Whitewater Hotel LEANNE BOLGER

 Damage: One of the repair sites in Ambleside LEANNE BOLGER
Damage: One of the repair sites in Ambleside LEANNE BOLGER
Army of rangers battle to restore hundreds of flood-damaged paths in Lakes
FOR centuries they have helped to open the countryside to generations of walkers and explorers, capable of withstanding the tramplings of thousands upon thousands of walkers' boots. Ever dependable. Seemingly invincible.

Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn

 Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn
Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn
Hawcoat Park RU bid for semi-final place
IT is cup quarter-final time at Hawcoat Park tomorrow, as a strong second team take on Tyldesley, the only side to have beaten them at home this season.

David Brown

 David Brown
David Brown
Missing man withdrew cash in Dalton and Ambleside
A MAN who been missing almost four weeks and has been spotted in Dalton and Ambleside could now be in the Carlisle area.

Dalton Road in Barrow

 Dalton Road in Barrow
Dalton Road in Barrow
Barrow man admits string of burglary offences from town centre shops
A MAN from Barrow has pleaded guilty to breaking into a number of town centre shops.

The Ireleth cemetery tribute to Sgt Dennis Johnson who died as a prisoner of war in Germany BILL MYERS stones-feb-23

The headstone of rail crash victim Matthew Benson at Dalton cemetery BILL MYERS stones-feb-23

The memorial to Francis Craven at Dalton cemetery. He was killed in an IRA ambush BILL MYERS stones-feb-23

The Barrow cemetery memorial to James Gall, believed to have been the last survivor from the shipwreck of the SS Forfarshire in 1838 BILL MYERS stones-feb-23

A lighthouse memorial at Ulverston cemetery to Dr Thomas Wilson who is buried in Edinburgh but enjoyed holidays at Conishead Priory BILL MYERS stones-feb-23

 The Ireleth cemetery tribute to Sgt Dennis Johnson who died as a prisoner of war in Germany BILL MYERS stones-feb-23
The Ireleth cemetery tribute to Sgt Dennis Johnson who died as a prisoner of war in Germany BILL MYERS stones-feb-23
Rail crash, shipwreck and skating accident feature in cemetery talk
RAIL crashes, shipwrecks, mine roof falls and a skating accident all featured in a talk on the history which can he told from cemetery headstones in South Cumbria.

Last tribute: The funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St Mary's Parish Church, Dalton LINDSEY DICKINGS

Final salute: Funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St Mary's Parish Church, Dalton LINDSEY DICKINGS

Courage: Amanda Rawlinsnon with her husband Mark

Amanda Rawlinson (left) and Mark Rawlinson (right) fulfilled their dream vow renewal in Barrow last week

FUNERAL --- Funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St. Mary's Parish Church, Dalton. Wednesday 22nd February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FUNERAL --- Funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St. Mary's Parish Church, Dalton. Wednesday 22nd February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FUNERAL --- Funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St. Mary's Parish Church, Dalton. Wednesday 22nd February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FUNERAL --- Funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St. Mary's Parish Church, Dalton. Wednesday 22nd February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Last tribute: The funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St Mary's Parish Church, Dalton LINDSEY DICKINGS
Last tribute: The funeral of Barrow PC Amanda Rawlinson at St Mary's Parish Church, Dalton LINDSEY DICKINGS
Guard of honour as hundreds pay tribute to much-loved Barrow PC
Hundreds gathered yesterday for the funeral of a police constable who fought a courageous battle with cancer for almost three years.

Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines

Landscape: The Duddon Valley with the spire of St George's Church, Millom in the distance

MILTON HAWORTH

Message: Nopylons.co.uk campaigners, from left, Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett

LEANNE BOLGER

Pylon Protest: Campaigners gather in the Square at Broughton

MILTON HAWORTH

 Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines
Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines
Anti pylon campaigners submit alternative plans to regulator in bid to protect South Cumbria landscape
A CAMPAIGN group fighting to stop the Duddon Valley and Furness being blighted by giant pylons has told a government regulator that its own alternative proposals could make massive savings on options so far rejected by National Grid.

John Wormall

 John Wormall
John Wormall
Barrow businessman due in court over alleged restaurant hygiene failings
A BUSINESSMAN involved in venues in Barrow and Dalton is due to appear in court accused of a string of hygiene failings at a restaurant.

Community spirit: The parade makes its way along Abbey Road in 2008

JON GRANGER

Splash of colour: The Barracudas in 2009's event

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Dance group: Barrow Carnival 2010

MARTIN MOSER

Costume fun: Sinead Logie, Bridget Timmins and Bridget Irvine at Barrow Carnival 2010

MARTIN MOSER

 Community spirit: The parade makes its way along Abbey Road in 2008 JON GRANGER
Community spirit: The parade makes its way along Abbey Road in 2008 JON GRANGER
Carnival fever set to return to Barrow streets for 2018
After years in the wilderness, Barrow Carnival could be set for a return to the streets in 2018.

Helping Hand: A hedgehog patient at Furness Hedgehog Rescue, run by Irene Cannon in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER

Awareness: A hedgehog in a garden PA PHOTO/THINKSTOCKPHOTOS

 Helping Hand: A hedgehog patient at Furness Hedgehog Rescue, run by Irene Cannon in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER
Helping Hand: A hedgehog patient at Furness Hedgehog Rescue, run by Irene Cannon in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton hedgehog lady having her busiest year yet
YOU'LL find them in her big shed, then there are more in the small shed, some are in the garage, in her utility room and there are even some in her bathroom.

Cancer battle: Amanda Rawlinsnon with husband Mark

Special day: Amanda and Mark Rawlinson renewed their wedding vows in June

Memories: Amanda and Mark Rawlinson renewed their wedding vows in June

 Cancer battle: Amanda Rawlinsnon with husband Mark
Cancer battle: Amanda Rawlinsnon with husband Mark
Guard of honour for funeral of Dalton woman following her brave battle with cancer
COLLEAGUES are set to form a guard of honour for a "courageous and selfless" Barrow police officer who has died after fulfilling her dream of renewing her wedding vows.

Burglaries: Dalton Road in Barrow

 Burglaries: Dalton Road in Barrow
Burglaries: Dalton Road in Barrow
Barrow man accused of two counts of burglary due in court
A MAN is due to appear in court after being charged with carrying out burglaries at two Barrow shops.

catch me if you can: Shane Toal bursts through the Rochdale Mayfield defence RICHARD LAND

impressive: Luke Cresswell's performance on the wing pleased Paul Crarey LINDSEY DICKINGS

 catch me if you can: Shane Toal bursts through the Rochdale Mayfield defence RICHARD LAND
catch me if you can: Shane Toal bursts through the Rochdale Mayfield defence RICHARD LAND
Wing wonders Toal and Cresswell impress Barrow Raiders coach
LUKE Cresswell and Shane Toal earned praise from Paul Crarey for their contributions in helping Barrow Raiders progress to the quarter-finals of the League One Cup.

David Brown

 David Brown
David Brown
Missing man spotted in Dalton
A PENSIONER who has been reported missing has been spotted in Dalton.

Proud: Sascha Wells, director of midwifery at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

 Proud: Sascha Wells, director of midwifery at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust
Proud: Sascha Wells, director of midwifery at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust
Recognition for Barrow's maternity care following dramatic transformation
A FAILING maternity service which had to be rebuilt "brick by brick" to make it safe for mothers and babies has been held up as a blueprint for other hospitals to follow by a health watchdog.

Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home

Thumbs-up: Swarthmoor players celebrate with goalscorer Rikki Gallagher

Over the wall: Steve McGarry tries his luck with a free-kick

Battle for possession: Charlie Price and Joe Tindale in action

On target: Rikki Gallagher scores for Swarthmoor LINDSEY DICKINGS

Battle it out: Furness Rovers' Steve McGarry(left) and Swarthmoor's Charlie Price (right) go in for the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

Double team: Furness Rovers' Steve McGarry (left) and Joseph Bradbury challenge Swarthmoor's Charlie Price LINDSEY DICKINGS

Down the wing: Swarthmoor's John Rattigan looks to play the ball past Joseph Bradbury LINDSEY DICKINGS

On the ground:Furness Rovers' Joseph Bradbury slides in to tackle Swarthmoor's John Rattigan LINDSEY DICKINGS

Price looks right: Swarthmoor's Charlie Price eyes the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

Seeking support: Furness Rovers' Sam Cunningham looks for options LINDSEY DICKINGS

Got it: Swarthmoor's Phil Edmondson slides in to tackle Furness Rovers' Joseph Bradbury LINDSEY DICKINGS

Victory-bound: Swarthmoor celebrate a goal against Furness Rovers LINDSEY DICKINGS

Goal-getter: Rikki Gallagher scores for Swarthmoor LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home
Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dominant second half as Swarthmoor thrash Furness Rovers
SWARTHMOOR produced a brilliant second-half display to thrash Furness Rovers 4-0 in their West Lancs League second division six-pointer.
Daniel Craig trails only Roger Moore for time spent as James Bond
Daniel Craig trails only Roger Moore for time spent as James Bond
Daniel Craig trails only Roger Moore for time spent as James Bond
James Bond actor Daniel Craig now second-longest 007
Daniel Craig has become cinema's second longest-serving James Bond.

Showdown: Matty Green is welcoming strongman competitors to Cumbria Strength and Conditioning LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Showdown: Matty Green is welcoming strongman competitors to Cumbria Strength and Conditioning LINDSEY DICKINGS
Showdown: Matty Green is welcoming strongman competitors to Cumbria Strength and Conditioning LINDSEY DICKINGS
Northern England's strongest men to battle it our in Dalton
THE top strongmen from the region and beyond will be descending on Dalton in April to battle it out in the northern qualifier for England's Natural Strongest Man.

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.

Owners: Stephen and Lorraine Neale, who have taken over the former Sophia's premises in Barrow JON GRANGER

New venture: Stephen and Lorraine Neale JON GRANGER

 Owners: Stephen and Lorraine Neale, who have taken over the former Sophia's premises in Barrow JON GRANGER
Owners: Stephen and Lorraine Neale, who have taken over the former Sophia's premises in Barrow JON GRANGER
Barrow family 'put everything' into re-opening of iconic town centre bar
A BLAST from Barrow's past is set to make a comeback with the re-opening of a town centre bar.

Campaigner: James Titcombe LEANNE BOLGER

Investigation: Health secretary Jeremy Hunt

 Campaigner: James Titcombe LEANNE BOLGER
Campaigner: James Titcombe LEANNE BOLGER
Nursing regulator to be investigated over handling of Barrow baby deaths cases
AN under fire nursing regulator is to be investigated over the way it handled the cases of 'musketeer midwives' involved in a national maternity scandal.

CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST

 CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
Holker look to halt loss of form at Oswestry
BRIAN Dawson will hope Holker Old Boys can arrest their recent dip in form when they make the long trip to Oswestry Town tomorrow.

Steve Neale with wife Lorraine

The Empire Pub in Barrow

 Steve Neale with wife Lorraine
Steve Neale with wife Lorraine
Landlord behind re-opening of Barrow bar reveals opening date for popular venue
A WELL-KNOWN barman is calling on members of the public to help him decorate a former bar in Barrow which is poised to reopen in a matter of weeks.
NAMED AND SHAMED: Three firms in Barrow and South Cumbria fail to pay minimum wage
THE government has named and shamed three companies which together failed to pay 24 workers the minimum wage.

The Empire Pub in Barrow

The former Sophia's Bar in Barrow

 The Empire Pub in Barrow
The Empire Pub in Barrow
Former Barrow bar to return to town's nightlife
A BLAST from Barrow's past is set to make a comeback with the re-opening of a town centre bar.

The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16

 The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
When institutions were the only answer to learning difficulties
THE era when people with learning difficulties were routinely sent away to institutions far from home has now passed.