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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.

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

 Paul Hawkrigg
Paul Hawkrigg
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.

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.

GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine

 GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
Fire crews called to Dalton car park
A FIRE engine was called to a car park in Dalton after a coach's brakes overheated.

IT'S A DEAL Adam Ford has penned a two-year contract with Wigan Warriors LINDSEY DICKINGS

WING WONDER Adam Ford in action on his debut for Wigan Warriors Under-16s against Hull ROB FORD

TOUGH STUFF Adam Ford makes a tackle for Wigan Warriors Under-16s against Wakefield ROB FORD

GREAT TEAM Adam Ford (back left) with the all-conquering barrow Island Under-14s side CHRIS WEST

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SCORING ACE Adam Ford in action for Wigan Warriors Under-16s against St Helens, a game in which he scored a hat-trick ROB FORD

NEW WARRIOR Wigan Warriors Under-19s player Adam Ford WIGAN WARRIORS

 IT'S A DEAL Adam Ford has penned a two-year contract with Wigan Warriors LINDSEY DICKINGS
IT'S A DEAL Adam Ford has penned a two-year contract with Wigan Warriors LINDSEY DICKINGS
Wigan Warriors snap up talented Barrow youngster
A FLYING RL winger is being tipped as a star of the future after signing his first professional contract at Super League level.

ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER

 ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER
ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER
Walney Park clinch Furness Division Three crown
WALNEY Park wrapped up the Sharples Lettings Furness and District Bowling League Division Two title in style with a 14-0 whitewash of North Scale.

Rushbearing queens Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick and Jo Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER

Rushbearing queen Christine Swarbrick in 1958

Rushbearing queen Jo Ritchie in 1982

Rushbearing queens Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick and Jo Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER

Rushbearing queens Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick and Jo Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER

Rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER

Rushbearing queen Milly Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER

 Rushbearing queens Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick and Jo Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER
Rushbearing queens Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick and Jo Ritchie: LEANNE BOLGER
The next generation keeping a 100-year-old Urswick tradition alive and well
A TRADITION that stretches back more than 100 years is alive and well in a Furness village.

Edd the pug with owner Andrea Rattray: LEANNE BOLGER

Edd the pug has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram: LEANNE BOLGER

Edd the pug has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram: LEANNE BOLGER

Edd the pug has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram: LEANNE BOLGER

Becki Fishwick with pug Rose: MILTON HAWORTH

Becki Fishwick with pug Rose: MILTON HAWORTH

**CUTOUT** EDD THE PUG - Edd the pug dog has 83,000 followers on Instagram. Pictured: Edd the Pug at his home in Dalton, Dalton, Wednesday 27th April 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Edd the pug with owner Andrea Rattray: LEANNE BOLGER
Edd the pug with owner Andrea Rattray: LEANNE BOLGER
Furness pug lovers defend breed after vets issue warning to not buy flat-faced dogs
TWO Furness pug fanatics have spoken of their love for their flat-faced breed of dogs after vets warned people to think twice before buying the lovable animals as pets.

Kath Cullen of Dalton

JON GRANGER

 Kath Cullen of Dalton JON GRANGER
Kath Cullen of Dalton JON GRANGER
Dalton dementia sufferer placed in care home 70 miles away spent final days in Furness
THE devoted partner of a man moved miles away from home due to a shortfall in local dementia care is to take his story directly to health commissioners.

National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.

EDD THE PUG - Edd the pug dog has 83,000 followers on Instagram. Pictured: Edd the Pug at his home in Dalton, Dalton, Wednesday 27th April 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

National Dog Week: Reporter Alex Grove from Ulverston napping with his Sprocker Spaniel Dodge.

 National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.
National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.
National Dog Week COMPETITION, QUIZ AND VIDEO
This week marks the celebration of the 75th National Dog Week. Dating back to 1928, Captain Will Judy created the week as a way to make sure all dog owners were educated in caring for their pets.

John Hall at Dowdales in 2014 playing a banjo he'd made from an old pan. PHOTO: HARRY ATKINSON

Artistic director Glenn Boulter from Octopus Collective, based at Piel View House, in Barrow Park

Programme director Andrew Deakin, left, and artistic director Glenn Boulter from Octopus Collective, based at Piel View House, in Barrow Park

Piel View House, in Barrow Park

Programme director Andrew Deakin from Octopus Collective, based at Piel View House, in Barrow Park.

Programme director Andrew Deakin and artistic director Glenn Boulter from Octopus Collective

Artistic director Glenn Boulter and programme director Andrew Deakin from Octopus Collective

Piel View House, in Barrow Park

 John Hall at Dowdales in 2014 playing a banjo he'd made from an old pan. PHOTO: HARRY ATKINSON
John Hall at Dowdales in 2014 playing a banjo he'd made from an old pan. PHOTO: HARRY ATKINSON
The Barrow art group with international aspirations
FROM small beginnings on Barrow Island an arts group has grown to have an international reach.

Among Giants from South Lakes Rock School, Pictured: (l-R) Max Weaver, Isabella Philipson, Jake Byron, Lois Miles and Thomas Salt (photo by Leanne Bolger)

Among Giants at their first gig at the Black Bull

 Among Giants from South Lakes Rock School, Pictured: (l-R) Max Weaver, Isabella Philipson, Jake Byron, Lois Miles and Thomas Salt (photo by Leanne Bolger)
Among Giants from South Lakes Rock School, Pictured: (l-R) Max Weaver, Isabella Philipson, Jake Byron, Lois Miles and Thomas Salt (photo by Leanne Bolger)
Meet Furness' youngest rockers Among Giants
THE youngest band on the local gig circuit are back at the Black Bull this weekend, having made their first appearance at the Dalton pub in the spring. We caught up with the teenage rockers as they prepare to take the Furness scene by storm
LETTER: Arriva's rail service in Barrow is going backwards
I read the article, where Councillor Denise Burness from Millom was having a moan about Arriva Trains, and wholly agree with her.

GOOD CAUSE A charity football match between Dalton United, left, and Fighting Fitz

Goalmouth action

Kyle Jefferson with the ball for Fighting Fitz

Rossa Miller for Dalton

Fitz keeper Chris Pears

Glenn Sargeant with the ball for Fighting Fitz

Chris Athersmith for Dalton

 GOOD CAUSE A charity football match between Dalton United, left, and Fighting Fitz
GOOD CAUSE A charity football match between Dalton United, left, and Fighting Fitz
Football match pitches in with Barrow cancer-fighting teacher's fundraising target
A FOOTBALL match has helped a primary school teacher to raise more funds for a national charity which has supported her throughout her battle with breast cancer.

NSPCC has warned that the internet is a "playground for paedophiles". Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

 NSPCC has warned that the internet is a "playground for paedophiles". Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
NSPCC has warned that the internet is a "playground for paedophiles". Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Internet can be a "playground for paedophiles", warns NSPCC
THE internet can be a "playground for paedophiles", the NSPCC has warned after new figures suggested increasing numbers of children are raising concerns about online abuse and grooming.
Police ask for help in finding Dalton TV thieves
AN appeal for information has been launched by police after two men were spotted on CCTV carrying LED TV boxes from a shop.

THREE AND EASY Askam United players celebrate ater Joe Kavanagh netted their third goal in the win over Dalton United CHRIS WEST

RAY OF LIGHT Askam goal-scorer Jordan Rayner drives forward agains Dalton CHRIS WEST

BACK OF THE NET Jordan Rayner scores the first goal for Askam against Dalton CHRIS WEST

CLOSE SHAVE Danny Leech fires just wide for Dalton at Duddon Road CHRIS WEST

BARK ON THE PARK Dalton’s Ryan Barker on the ball for Dalton United in their 3-0 defeat at Askam United CHRIS WEST

GOT IT Dalton’s Damian Thompson stretches to reach the ball CHRIS WEST

WHACK! Askam’s. Ross Walker fires in a shot CHRIS WEST

JUMP ABOARD Askam’s. Ross Walker celebrates Jordan Rayner's first goal CHRIS WEST

SKIPPING AHEAD Akam’s Jonathon France goes forward CHRIS WEST

AT ARM'S LENGTH Dalton’s Chris Pearce punches the ball clear CHRIS WEST

TAKE A SHOT Ross Walker goes for goal for Askam CHRIS WEST

FOOTWORK Jordan Rayner attacks for Askam CHRIS WEST

GET UP Askam's Jordan Rayner wins a header against Dalton CHRIS WEST

HEAD IN THE GAME Dalton and Askam players contest the ball CHRIS WEST

PUT YOUR FEET UP Ross Walker in the thick of the action for Askam CHRIS WEST

BATTLE Askam and Dalton contest possession CHRIS WEST

 THREE AND EASY Askam United players celebrate ater Joe Kavanagh netted their third goal in the win over Dalton United CHRIS WEST
THREE AND EASY Askam United players celebrate ater Joe Kavanagh netted their third goal in the win over Dalton United CHRIS WEST
Askam take the spoils from Dalton in West Lancs derby
ASKAM United took the spoils in the weekend’s big derby match with a 3-0 win against Dalton United in West Lancs Division One.

Battle of Britain march and service at the Barrow Cenotaph. JON GRANGER

Barrow Air Cadet members. JON GRANGER

Rev Ed Northey who conducted the service. JON GRANGER

Mayor of Barrow Councillor Anita Husband at the ceremony. JON GRANGER

Standard-bearer Des Murphy of the Royal Air Force Association. JON GRANGER

 Battle of Britain march and service at the Barrow Cenotaph. JON GRANGER
Battle of Britain march and service at the Barrow Cenotaph. JON GRANGER
Barrow stops to remember Battle of Britain fallen
DIGNITARIES and former servicemen and women stopped and stood in silence in Barrow to remember the fallen in the Battle of Britain.

Bridget Jones's Baby

Renee Zellweger as Bridget Jones and Patrick Dempsey as Jack Quant. PA Photo/Universal

Renee Zellweger as Bridget Jones. PA Photo/Universal

Renee Zellweger as Bridget Jones. PA Photo/Universal

Renee Zellweger at the world premiere of Bridget Jones's Baby. Ian West/PA Wire.

Colin Firth the premiere of Bridget Jones' Baby. Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

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Patrick Dempsey, Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth. AP Photo/Francois Mori

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Patrick Dempsey at the world premiere of Bridget Jones's Baby. Matt Crossick/PA Wire

 Bridget Jones's Baby
Bridget Jones's Baby
Will Bridget Jones's Baby deliver?
IF I could go to the cinema in my flannel pyjamas and a scrunchie then I would have totally done that to go and see the new Bridget Jones film, writes GABRIELLE ROWLEY .

Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

The poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

Nicola Baker (left) from Blue Canary Property Services which contributed to Jade Docherty's (right) campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

 Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers
Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers
Ulverston woman tells of her pride in offering her spare room to homeless teens as charity aims to find similar volunteers in Barrow
A WOMAN who offered her spare room to homeless teens has told of the fantastic experiences she gained from hosting them.

(L-R) DABS volunteer Louise Fell, centre administrator John Benson, BDDA treasurer Des Barlow, volunteer and client Paul Duffin and BDDA honorary chief executive officer Margaret Burrow with the petition. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Volunteer at the BDDA and client Paul Duffin. LINDSEY DICKINGS

DABS volunteer Louise Fell. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 (L-R) DABS volunteer Louise Fell, centre administrator John Benson, BDDA treasurer Des Barlow, volunteer and client Paul Duffin and BDDA honorary chief executive officer Margaret Burrow with the petition. LINDSEY DICKINGS
(L-R) DABS volunteer Louise Fell, centre administrator John Benson, BDDA treasurer Des Barlow, volunteer and client Paul Duffin and BDDA honorary chief executive officer Margaret Burrow with the petition. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Campaign to save Barrow disability service worth millions gets huge public support
CAMPAIGNERS trying to save a service that offers free financial advice to disabled people in Barrow say they have been overwhelmed by the public's response.

Duddon Hall SUBMITTED

Birks Bridge in the Duddon Valley SUBMITTED

The former Ulpha Church of England School in the Duddon Valley EM ARCHIVE

The folly at Duddon Hall which was built in 1843 EM ARCHIVE

The Gunson houses at Ulpha SUBMITTED

Consolidation work at Frith Hall in 2011 BILL MYERS

Broken windows at Seathwaite from the 1904 riot SUBMITTED

 Duddon Hall SUBMITTED
Duddon Hall SUBMITTED
Life membership award by Ulverston history group
THE buildings, people and landscape of the Duddon Valley featured in the first of the autumn season of talks for the Ulverston-based North Lonsdale History Society.