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          Prince Street, Dalton.
Prince Street, Dalton.
Damage caused to cars in Dalton street
DAMAGE to vehicles in a Dalton street is being investigated by police.

Santa sharing his sleigh ride with Sarah Johnston (left) and Matilda Dodd. JON GRANGER

Santa's reindeer get the VIP treatment from Lotti Brooks. JON GRANGER

Christmas crackers Garry Gifford (left) and Phill Gregg with Maddison Gordon. JON GRANGER

Paraders in Market Street. JON GRANGER

Dalton Christmas tree lights are switched on by Dalton mayor Councillor Nick Perie with Lord Cavendish and carnival queen Grace Milner. JON GRANGER

Projection on Dalton Castle. JON GRANGER

 Santa sharing his sleigh ride with Sarah Johnston (left) and Matilda Dodd. JON GRANGER
Santa sharing his sleigh ride with Sarah Johnston (left) and Matilda Dodd. JON GRANGER
GALLERY: Festive extravaganza in Dalton for Christmas lights switch-on
FAMILIES flocked to Dalton this evening for the town's exciting Christmas lights switch-on and the event didn't disappoint.

Police are investigating a serious road traffic collision

Police blocked off the A590 at the Park Road roundabout after a serious collision. Photo credit Josh Braithwaite

Police shut the A590 between Barrow and Dalton following a major incident. Photo credit Josh Braithwaite

Police shut the A590 between Barrow and Dalton following a major incident

Police blocked off the A590 at the Park Road roundabout

 Police are investigating a serious road traffic collision
Police are investigating a serious road traffic collision
Two seriously injured in A590 smash in Barrow
POLICE are investigating a serious road traffic collision that shut the A590 on Friday evening.

Around 200 people gathered together to spell out the word "No!" as National Grid project leaders came to visit. Photo credit Nick Collinge

Dr Ian Parmee has been leading figure in the campaign against pylons.

 Around 200 people gathered together to spell out the word "No!" as National Grid project leaders came to visit. Photo credit Nick Collinge
Around 200 people gathered together to spell out the word "No!" as National Grid project leaders came to visit. Photo credit Nick Collinge
Cumbrian community says 'No!' to National Grid pylon plans
HUNDREDS of people joined together in an eye-catching demonstration against plans to build giant pylons in the heart of beautiful countryside.

£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dora - thought to be Dora Wordsworth - which sold for £2,700 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy - thought to be Dorothy Wordsworth - which sold for £2,500 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Sketch by Dalton artist George Romney of Mary Stuart going to the scaffold which sold at auction for £3,250 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A drawing of Whitehaven by the celebrated landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner could make up to £3,000 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Furness Railway live steam locomotive which could sell for up to £1,800 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A cinema lobby card for the Laurel and Hardy film The Fixer Uppers which might make £400 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A silver cased pocket watch by the Barrow maker Charles E. Gawne, of 58 Dalton Road SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

 £2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
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TWO golden thimbles with an unproven link to Lakeland poet William Wordsworth sold for a combined £5,200 at a Cumbrian auction.

Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton

 Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton
Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton
LETTER: Charnley's Home and Garden centre parking concerns pale into insignificance with the rest of Dalton
I NOTE with interest Councillor Ann Thurlow's comments regarding Charnley's Home and Garden centre, and its attendant traffic problems, she said "There is less space for parked cars but the business has expanded so that creates a problem."

Dalton Christmas tree lights 2015 switch-on . Santa with his trusty reindeer Dasher and Vixen and friends Matilda and Neve Dodd. 29/11/2015 JON GRANGER

ST MARYS CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL Christmas Tree Festival Dalton St Mary's Church, Pictured: Tree Festival , Dalton, St Mary's Church, Wednesday 23rd November 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Dalton Christmas tree lights 2015 switch-on . Santa with his trusty reindeer Dasher and Vixen and friends Matilda and Neve Dodd. 29/11/2015 JON GRANGER
Dalton Christmas tree lights 2015 switch-on . Santa with his trusty reindeer Dasher and Vixen and friends Matilda and Neve Dodd. 29/11/2015 JON GRANGER
Dalton set to celebrate Christmas with festive lights switch-on
HUNDREDS of people will congregate in Dalton as the Christmas capital of Furness turns on its festive lights on Sunday.

Year 7 pupil Emily Titcombe with her design. SUBMITTED

Year 8 pupils Heath Allanson and Olivia Baxter with Inspira’s creative arts adviser Nick Greenhall. SUBMITTED

 Year 7 pupil Emily Titcombe with her design. SUBMITTED
Year 7 pupil Emily Titcombe with her design. SUBMITTED
Gifted Dalton pupils design festive images for lights switch-on
ARTISTIC schoolchildren have been given the opportunity to play a part in a town's Christmas lights switch-on.

The Birchwood Clinic at Furness General Hospital: LINDSEY DICKINGS

 The Birchwood Clinic at Furness General Hospital: LINDSEY DICKINGS
The Birchwood Clinic at Furness General Hospital: LINDSEY DICKINGS
Weekend sexual health clinic in Barrow hospital closes after proving unpopular
ACCESS to advice and help at a weekend sexual health clinic is no longer available after bosses claimed the session was poorly attended.

WELCOME Barrow Raiders new signing Ryan Johnston JON GRANGER

SUPPORT Barrow Raiders new signing Ryan Johnston flanked by sponsors Paul Bak (left) and Peter McDowall of Barrow Central Joinery JON GRANGER

STUDENT AND TEACHER Ryan Johnston with coach Paul Crarey JON GRANGER

SKILLS Barrow Raiders new signing Ryan Johnston JON GRANGER

IN ACTION Ryan Johnston playing for Furness Raiders Academy against Wakefield College

JON GRANGER

 WELCOME Barrow Raiders new signing Ryan Johnston JON GRANGER
WELCOME Barrow Raiders new signing Ryan Johnston JON GRANGER
New signing Ryan Johnston can have 'massive future' for Barrow Raiders
RYAN Johnston is destined to have a ‘massive future’ with Barrow Raiders, says coach Paul Crarey.

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Barrow dad cries in the dock after assaulting his ex partner in front of their baby
A YOUNG dad from Barrow cried in the dock as he was sentenced for assaulting his ex-girlfriend in front of their six-month-old baby.

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The Linx laptop up for grabs

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FESTIVE BONANZA DAY 6: WIN! £150 laptop plus £50 voucher for Francesca’s, family ticket at Roxy cinema & Dalton family swim
THIS prize really is the complete package for all the family including a £50 voucher for a delicious meal at Francesca’s, one of Barrow’s most popular Italian restaurants.

ADVENT CALENDAR --- The Dalton Community Advent Calendar will be on display at David Atkinson Car Sales from December the 1st, organised by the Dalton Community Church. Each day the image on display will change, which have been designed by various groups and schools in the Dalton and Newton area. // Pictured: Representatives from different groups who have designed an image for one of the 24 days. Thursday 1st December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

ADVENT CALENDAR --- The Dalton Community Advent Calendar will be on display at David Atkinson Car Sales from December the 1st, organised by the Dalton Community Church. Each day the image on display will change, which have been designed by various groups and schools in the Dalton and Newton area. // Pictured: (l-r) Joel Hartley and Indiana Gill from Our Lady of the Rosary R.C Primary School putting up the first image Thursday 1st December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

ADVENT CALENDAR --- The Dalton Community Advent Calendar will be on display at David Atkinson Car Sales from December the 1st, organised by the Dalton Community Church. Each day the image on display will change, which have been designed by various groups and schools in the Dalton and Newton area. // Pictured: Representatives from different groups who have designed an image for one of the 24 days. Thursday 1st December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 ADVENT CALENDAR --- The Dalton Community Advent Calendar will be on display at David Atkinson Car Sales from December the 1st, organised by the Dalton Community Church. Each day the image on display will change, which have been designed by various groups and schools in the Dalton and Newton area. // Pictured: Representatives from different groups who have designed an image for one of the 24 days. Thursday 1st December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
ADVENT CALENDAR --- The Dalton Community Advent Calendar will be on display at David Atkinson Car Sales from December the 1st, organised by the Dalton Community Church. Each day the image on display will change, which have been designed by various groups and schools in the Dalton and Newton area. // Pictured: Representatives from different groups who have designed an image for one of the 24 days. Thursday 1st December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Community advent calendar takes pride of place in Dalton shop window
A COMMUNITY advent calendar filled with imaginative designs from groups across a Christmas-loving town will take centre stage in a prominent town centre shop window over the festive period.

Olly Murs

Bryan Adams

UB40

 Olly Murs
Olly Murs
Coach travel offers to Carlisle's big gigs in 2017
WORLD famous names such as Bryan Adams, Olly Murs and UB40 have announced Carlisle shows in the past week - but that doesn't mean the rest of Cumbria has to miss out.

Dalton Mayor Nick Perie LEANNE BOLGER

The event will take place inside St Mary's Church in Dalton which is currently enjoying its very own Christmas Tree Festival. LEANNE BOLGER

 Dalton Mayor Nick Perie LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton Mayor Nick Perie LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton mayor set to host Christmas bonanza inside festively decorated church
A TOWN leader will host a charity concert in Dalton to celebrate the festive season in a church filled with scores of Christmas trees.

FAN FAVOURITE Adam Roynon Tom Kay

SIGNED Rob Shuttleworth

 FAN FAVOURITE Adam Roynon Tom Kay
FAN FAVOURITE Adam Roynon Tom Kay
Furness speedway duo signed up by Workington Comets
FURNESS speed kings Adam Roynon and Rob Shuttleworth are teaming up in the Workington Comets squad for the 2017 season.
Painter and decorator loses his job after being caught drink-driving in Barrow residential street
A PAINTER and decorator has lost his job after being caught drink-driving in a residential area in Barrow.

Dalton Home Guard in training during the Second World War Submitted walton2-dec-01

Dalton author and local historian Jim Walton Submitted walton2-dec-01

Dalton author and local historian Jim Walton as a young man Submitted walton2-dec-01

Vickers wages staff pictured at Dalton in 1943. They had been moved out of Barrow due to the threat of air-raids Submitted walton2-dec-01

 Dalton Home Guard in training during the Second World War Submitted walton2-dec-01
Dalton Home Guard in training during the Second World War Submitted walton2-dec-01
Looking back on wartime days in Dalton
WE go back to the days of the Second World War for this extract from the memoirs of Dalton author and local historian Jim Walton.

Charnley's Home and Garden, Dalton

Richard Hayes

Hayes Garden World in Ambleside

Marc, Jules, Leanne and Lou Charnley

Charnley's Home and Garden, Dalton

 Charnley's Home and Garden, Dalton
Charnley's Home and Garden, Dalton
Rival garden centre boss speaks out in support of Dalton businessman amid planning row
THE owner of one of Cumbria's biggest and oldest garden centres has spoken out in support of a rival businessman who faces having to tear down his new extension.

Dean Walker

HM Prison Haverigg

LEANNE BOLGER

HM Prison Haverigg

LEANNE BOLGER

 Dean Walker
Dean Walker
HMP Haverigg prisoner in court after being accused of escaping from custody
A PRISONER accused of escaping from custody at HMP Haverigg, falsely imprisoning a prison guard and robbery appeared in court today.

SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards

RISING STARS Junior Motocross riders collecting their medals from Supermoto star Chris Hodgson. Left to right;Findlay Pickering ,Jamie Keith, Jack Keith and Jacob Hayes Pictures by Lee Edwards

AWARD WINNERS Left to right; Christian Iddon,Tom McHale, Nick Penny, Dave "Rocket" Peters, Terry Daley, PaulCroft, Eric Kitchen ,Gary Thwaites, Syd Ormrod, Chris Hodgson. Front Row Jamie Keith and Jacob Hayes Pictures by Lee Edwards

DAN THE MAN Barrow's Dan Stewart receiving the notorious Crash and Trash trophy from Christian Iddon Pictures by Lee Edwards

WELL DONE Christian Iddon (left) with drag bike racer Dave "Rocket" Peters and tam mechanic Terry Daley. Peters got the best "Wrinkly Racer" award while Terry received the Ulverston Motorcycle Club Award for services to the sport Pictures by Lee Edwards

PAUL'S HAUL Barrow's Paul Croft who picked up two awards and a "Slimmer of the Year" certificate. He lost more than five stones in his efforts to gain more speed from his Yamaha. His dedication paid off as he won the Golden Era Championship at Aintree Pictures by Lee Edwards

 SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards
SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness motorbike aces unite for awards night
MOTORCYCLING enthusiasts packed into the Soccer Bar, Barrow, for the annual Furness and South Cumbria Motorcycle Sports Awards - and helped raise £1,000 for charity.

Furness Magistrates' Court.

 Furness Magistrates' Court.
Furness Magistrates' Court.
Court orders dangerous dog to be muzzled after postman is attacked in Dalton
A MAN was given a stark warning in court after his dog attacked a postman.

Martin Davison with one of the gifts at the Salvation Army Citadel: LEANNE BOLGER

Christine Callow, Christmas gift co-ordinator, and secretary Jane Hadley at the Salvation Army Citadel. LEANNE BOLGER

Christine Callow, Christmas gift co-ordinator, and secretary Jane Hadley at the Salvation Army Citadel: LEANNE BOLGER

 Martin Davison with one of the gifts at the Salvation Army Citadel: LEANNE BOLGER
Martin Davison with one of the gifts at the Salvation Army Citadel: LEANNE BOLGER
Furness appeal to give Christmas joy to people in need launched
A CAMPAIGN to donate Christmas gifts to people facing hardship in Furness has been launched.

Roxanne Henderson and her 11-month-old son Alfie with their £100 cash prize: AMY FENTON

 Roxanne Henderson and her 11-month-old son Alfie with their £100 cash prize: AMY FENTON
Roxanne Henderson and her 11-month-old son Alfie with their £100 cash prize: AMY FENTON
COMPETITION: Cash, laptops and family tickets handed out to Evening Mail readers so far in two-week prize giveaway
EVENING Mail readers are celebrating Christmas early thanks to a two-week festive bonanza prize giveaway.

Dalton man given curfew over benefits claim

 Dalton man given curfew over benefits claim
Dalton man given curfew over benefits claim
Dalton man who was '34 per cent disabled' wrongly claimed benefits
A MAN who unlawfully claimed more than £5,000 in benefits has been given a curfew.

The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow. Photo: JON GRANGER

 The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow. Photo: JON GRANGER
The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow. Photo: JON GRANGER
Nursing regulator to launch 'lessons learned' review over handling of Barrow maternity scandal midwives
AN independent review of the way a national nursing regulator handled the cases of midwives accused of failures in care during a maternity scandal in Barrow is to be launched.

Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year

Bravery winners Joe and Connie Elson with mum Nicola and Santa last year

Heaths logo - Christmas Star 2015

 Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Search begins to find inspirational children to be our Christmas Stars
THE search has begun to find inspirational children to be the North-West Evening Mail's Christmas Star 2016.

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS The Lindal and Marton School Quicksticks Hockey team, who won the Furness Schools final to qualify for the Cumbria School Games LINDAL AND MARTON SCHOOL

KA-POWELL! Dane Ghyll's Sam Powell on the ball LEANNE BOLGER

WE ARE FAMILY The Holy Family School team at the Quicksticks Hockey finals in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

GO FOR IT Dane Ghyll's Jack Tyerman chases the ball LEANNE BOLGER

FULL EFFORT Lindal and Marton School's Sam Powell helps his side to victory LEANNE BOLGER

HAPPY HARRY Harry Mayou on the ball for Lindal and Marton School LEANNE BOLGER

THE PRICE IS RIGHT Yarlside Academy's Theadora Pierce looks for a pass LEANNE BOLGER

STICK MAN Daniel Marshall concentrates during a match for Lindal and Marton LEANNE BOLGER

CRACKERJACK Dane Ghyll's Jack Dixon (left) and in action against Holy Family LEANNE BOLGER

FAMILY AFFAIR Esme in action for Holy Family LEANNE BOLGER

HAVE FAITH Faith Wilson comes under pressure for Dane Ghyll LEANNE BOLGER

MELLOW YELLOWS The Yarlside Academy team who took part in the Quicksticks Hockey finals at Ulverston Leisure Centre LEANNE BOLGER

BY GEORGE The St George's School team who contested the Furness Schools Quicksticks Hockey finals at Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

STICKING WITH THE GAME The Chetwynde School team at the Quicksticks Hockey finals LEANNE BOLGER

TOP DOGS The winning Lindal and Marton School team at the Furness Quicksticks Hockey finals LEANNE BOLGER

 WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS The Lindal and Marton School Quicksticks Hockey team, who won the Furness Schools final to qualify for the Cumbria School Games LINDAL AND MARTON SCHOOL
WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS The Lindal and Marton School Quicksticks Hockey team, who won the Furness Schools final to qualify for the Cumbria School Games LINDAL AND MARTON SCHOOL
Lindal and Marton are Furness hockey supremos
LINDAL and Marton School stuck it to the opposition with a golden display of hockey at Ulverston Leisure Centre.

Charnley's Home and Garden could be demolished

DEVELOPMENT Charnley's Home and Garden, previously called Crooklands at Dalton, has had a £1m refurbishment and has two new furniture showrooms. However, it did not have planning permission to carry out the work

Dalton garden centre's £1m revamp could be demolished within a year
A GARDEN centre's £1m extension could be torn down after councillors unanimously agreed to issue an enforcement notice for the building to be demolished.

Hilda Higgins.

TRIBUTE FLOWERS DALTON Tribute flowers left in Dalton near site of of RTC last week, Barrow, Wednesday 23rd November 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

RTC DALTON RTC Dalton police at the scene, Dalton, Thursday 17th November 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

RTC DALTON RTC Dalton police at the scene, Dalton, Thursday 17th November 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

 Hilda Higgins.
Hilda Higgins.
Funeral details released for Dalton woman killed in town centre crash
THE funeral of a great-grandmother who died after being hit by a van in Dalton is set to take place.