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Having a Smash-ing time: Competitors and event organisers with sponsors David Sharpe (back left) and Dawn Knowles (front centre), of Ross Estate Agencies JON GRANGER

Handy Andy: Andy Thornton who claimed double success on the opening night of the BIG Smash JON GRANGER

Lowden clear: Barry Lowden JON GRANGER

Perry good: Simon Perry JON GRANGER

Roy of light: Roy Moxham JON GRANGER

Over to Stew: Stew Turnbull JON GRANGER

Ready to roll: Gareth Jones JON GRANGER

Oh Danny boy: Danny Rogers JON GRANGER


          Having a Smash-ing time: Competitors and event organisers with sponsors David Sharpe (back left) and Dawn Knowles (front centre), of Ross Estate Agencies JON GRANGER
Having a Smash-ing time: Competitors and event organisers with sponsors David Sharpe (back left) and Dawn Knowles (front centre), of Ross Estate Agencies JON GRANGER
Thornton is a Smash hit as thousands watch top bowls action
ANDY Thornton claimed double success in the opening night of the BIG Smash Bowling League at Dalton Cricket Club.

On the ball: Dan Webber who is organising a football tournament called Kick Off 4 Cancer at Hawcoat Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Match fit: A charity football match between Dalton United (left) and Fighting Fitz, at Railway Meadow, Dalton JON GRANGER

Star name: Ex-Man City player Paul Dickov

Inspiration: Barrow St Pius X RC Primary School teacher Danielle Fitzsimons who inspired a year of fundraising events for Cancer Research UK JON GRANGER

Team player: Danielle Fitzsimons with her team of fundraisers JON GRANGER

 On the ball: Dan Webber who is organising a football tournament called Kick Off 4 Cancer at Hawcoat Park LINDSEY DICKINGS
On the ball: Dan Webber who is organising a football tournament called Kick Off 4 Cancer at Hawcoat Park LINDSEY DICKINGS
Football heroes play leading role in Barrow event for cancer research
A SATURDAY morning kickabout will see former Premier League stars come to Barrow.

Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER

 Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER
Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER
Hawcoat Park have the edge after beating title rivals
HAWCOAT Park won the top-of-the-table clash in the Deltawaite Ltd Furness Senior Citizens Bowling Division One.

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Armed police officers receive a welcome cold bottle of water from Furness Railway manager Robert Hope

Armed police in Barrow town centre. Picture: LEE WICKS

Armed police officers patrolling Barrow town centre. Picture: LEE WICKS

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
VIDEO: Armed police patrol Barrow town centre as part of increased presence following terror attacks
ARMED police officers have today been welcomed by members of the public as they patrolled the streets of Barrow in light of the Manchester terrorist attack.

Upbeat: Barrow skipper Toby Mowat

 Upbeat: Barrow skipper Toby Mowat
Upbeat: Barrow skipper Toby Mowat
Barrow CC ready to mount a charge
WITH a win against one of the big guns under their belts and a professional finding form with bat and ball, it is no wonder Barrow CC skipper Toby Mowat is in upbeat mood.

Happy Wanderers: Barrow Wanderers Horne Cup winners 2017 submitted

 Happy Wanderers: Barrow Wanderers Horne Cup winners 2017 submitted
Happy Wanderers: Barrow Wanderers Horne Cup winners 2017 submitted
Holker and Ormsgill battle for cup final honours
THERE will be a new name on the Paul Wilson Memorial Cup tonight as Holker Old Boys reserves take on Ormsgill North End in the final at Rakesmoor Lane (6.15pm kick-off).

Winning start: Liam Conroy on his way to victory over Dan Blackwell in October 2012 - the fuirst of seven fights he has had at Bowlers Arena in Manchester Louis Dawson

 Winning start: Liam Conroy on his way to victory over Dan Blackwell in October 2012 - the fuirst of seven fights he has had at Bowlers Arena in Manchester Louis Dawson
Winning start: Liam Conroy on his way to victory over Dan Blackwell in October 2012 - the fuirst of seven fights he has had at Bowlers Arena in Manchester Louis Dawson
Conroy hoping for happy return to Bowlers
WHILE there may be a few butterflies floating around in Liam Conroy’s stomach when he walks to the ring tomorow night, his nerves will be eased by the very familiar surroundings.

Patron saint: Jamie-Leigh Thorley, 10, from St George's School Barrow with their Scarecrow of St George LEANNE BOLGER

History lesson: Anne Thurlow, mayor of Dalton, with a likeness of Mary Seacole - the Jamaican business woman who set up the British Hotel behind the lines during the Crimean War LEANNE BOLGER

Small steps: American astronaut Neil Armstong by Askam and Ireleth Beavers

LEANNE BOLGER

Icon: A scarecrow of Mary Seacole - the Jamaican business woman who set up the British Hotel behind the lines during the Crimean War LEANNE BOLGER

Invader: A Roman soldier by Askam and Ireleth Cubs

LEANNE BOLGER

Art attack: Vincent van Gogh by Victoria Academy

LEANNE BOLGER

Patron saint: Jamie-Leigh Thorley, 10, from St George's School Barrow with their Scarecrow of St George LEANNE BOLGER

 Patron saint: Jamie-Leigh Thorley, 10, from St George's School Barrow with their Scarecrow of St George LEANNE BOLGER
Patron saint: Jamie-Leigh Thorley, 10, from St George's School Barrow with their Scarecrow of St George LEANNE BOLGER
Neil Armstrong rubs shoulders with Vincent van Gogh and St George at Dalton Castle
HISTORY is being brought back to life in scarecrow form at one of Furness's most important buildings.

Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow Island stage impressive comeback to beat Walney to Frank Reid Cup
BARROW Island landed the first silverware of the Barrow and District League season, with a 26-22 win over Walney Central in the Frank Reid Cup final, writes JEFF COWARD.

Dalton Road Barrow, Friday 18th November 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Dalton Road Barrow, Friday 18th November 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton Road Barrow, Friday 18th November 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Homeless man admits begging in Barrow town centre
A HOMELESS man from Barrow has pleaded guilty to begging in a public place.

JIM BROADBENT: Jim Broadbent

 JIM BROADBENT: Jim Broadbent
JIM BROADBENT: Jim Broadbent
Do you remember when...
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Blood donation sessions are planned for the coming weeks. People with rare blood types are urged to keep pre-arranged appointments if possible. Photo: NHS Blood and Transplant/PA Wire

 Blood donation sessions are planned for the coming weeks. People with rare blood types are urged to keep pre-arranged appointments if possible. Photo: NHS Blood and Transplant/PA Wire
Blood donation sessions are planned for the coming weeks. People with rare blood types are urged to keep pre-arranged appointments if possible. Photo: NHS Blood and Transplant/PA Wire
Blood donation sessions to be held across Furness
PEOPLE with rare blood types are being asked to keep appointments with the National Blood Donation Service in the coming weeks.

Liquidation: The abandoned offices of AB Mitchell Developments

 Liquidation: The abandoned offices of AB Mitchell Developments
Liquidation: The abandoned offices of AB Mitchell Developments
Barrow dad 'almost lost home' after building firm went bust owing almost half a million pounds
A HEATING engineer from Barrow has described how he almost lost his home after the company he was working for went into liquidation.

Good win: Jamie Boardman

 Good win: Jamie Boardman
Good win: Jamie Boardman
Kirkby enjoy clean sweep in Ulverston Bowling League
KIRKBY were the stars of the show in Division Two of the Alan Myerscough-sponsored Ulverston and District Bowling League.

The Sides (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

Kings in Canoes (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

 The Sides (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
The Sides (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Early summer music festival takes over Barrow venue The Derby
THE latest four-day music festival at The Derby, in Barrow, gets under way on Thursday, featuring names from across Cumbria and beyond.

One last time: Ian Callison is given a guard of honour as he walks out for his final Dalton United game against Stoneclough JON GRANGER

Opening goal: Rossa Miller netted for Dalton JON GRANGER

Pass it on: Gareth Jones on the ball for Dalton JON GRANGER

Hands-on: Dalton keeper Craig Metcalfe stretches out to claw the ball away JON GRANGER

All the While: Dalton's Jonathan While in control JON GRANGER

Cut inside: Craig Rutherford on the attack JON GRANGER

Keep it up: Jack Hurst chests the ball as he goes forward JON GRANGER

Warming up: Ian Callison prepares for his final Dalton United game JON GRANGER

Follower: Stephen Harkin tracks play JON GRANGER

High kicking: Jonathan While sticks up a boot JON GRANGER

In the thick of it: Action from Dalton against Stoneclough JON GRANGER

 One last time: Ian Callison is given a guard of honour as he walks out for his final Dalton United game against Stoneclough JON GRANGER
One last time: Ian Callison is given a guard of honour as he walks out for his final Dalton United game against Stoneclough JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Cally brings down curtain on 19-year Dalton career
IAN Callison brought the curtain down on a 19-year Dalton United career in goal-scoring and winning style.

Honour: Ryan Johnston has been named College Rugby League player of the season ALEX DADDESE/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM

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 Honour: Ryan Johnston has been named College Rugby League player of the season ALEX DADDESE/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM
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Honour: Ryan Johnston has been named College Rugby League player of the season ALEX DADDESE/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM
Barrow Raiders starlet Johnston named college RL player-of-the-year
RYAN Johnston's burgeoning professional career has been given another boost after the Barrow Raiders prospect was named as the College Rugby League player-of-the-season for 2016/17.

Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Activity: Sisters Mia and Isla Dalton from Ulverston enjoy a giant colouring-in poster

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Sizzle do nicely: Long queues for the bangers and burgers from Savin Hill Farm in the Lyth Valley

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Leading the way: Crufts champion show dog owner Gail Riley at her Fassi Mare stall

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Raking it in: Gardeners Bob and Bob from the Fairly Famous Family of Windermere entertain

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Box clever: A juggler fascinates these young children.

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Circus skills: A juggler entertained young children

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

In the market: A great family day out at Holker Spring Market

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Music: Crooner Andy Reay from Barrow entertains the crowds

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Calm a llama down: Snapping up a picture at The Why Not Llamas stall.

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Bright idea: Caroline Welch, head of retail, and Sue Pettinger, Ulverston shop manager, at the St Mary's Hospice stall selling sunflowers

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

Tutu for you: Katie Kidd from Old Park Wood bought her eight-month-old daughter Elise her first tutu from Honey and Henry of Broughton in Furness

Photo: MILTON HAWORTH

 Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market Photo: MILTON HAWORTH
Buzz: Thousands of visitors flocked to see the goods and foods on sale at Holker Spring Market Photo: MILTON HAWORTH
Spring festival blossoms as thousands flock to Holker Hall
A SPRING market was in full bloom as thousands of eager visitors flocked to Holker Hall this weekend.

Champions: Vickerstown reserves with the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy SUBMITTED BY JOHN KNAGG

 Champions: Vickerstown reserves with the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy SUBMITTED BY JOHN KNAGG
Champions: Vickerstown reserves with the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy SUBMITTED BY JOHN KNAGG
Vickerstown beat Haverigg to Terry Clinton Trophy
VICKERSTOWN reserves won the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy with a 1-0 final victory against Haverigg United at Dalton United’s Railway Meadow.

Got him!: Haverigg celebrate the wicket of in-form Kenroy Peters JON GRANGER

The pain game: Haverigg wicketkeeper Drew Postlethwaite returns the ball as Lindal pro Kenroy Peters lies in the crease JON GRANGER

Good figures: Haverigg bowler Tomas Hawdon on his way to figures of 6 for 34 against Lindal JON GRANGER

Pace ace: Haverigg's Dalton Polius watches a ball fly down against Lindal JON GRANGER

Lindal skipper Eddie Waind at the crease JON GRANGER

Big swing: Sam Beckman on the pull for Lindal JON GRANGER

Pushing forward: Callum McDougall comes to drive for Lindal JON GRANGER

Throw it in: Dale Graham in the field for Haverigg JON GRANGER

Pro game: Kenroy Peters batting for Lindal JON GRANGER

Off the front foot: Lindal Moor pro Kenroy Peters plays into the off-side JON GRANGER

Safe hands: Tomas Hawdon in the field for Haverigg JON GRANGER

Hit it right: Sam Beckman clips one into the leg side for Lindal JON GRANGER

 Got him!: Haverigg celebrate the wicket of in-form Kenroy Peters JON GRANGER
Got him!: Haverigg celebrate the wicket of in-form Kenroy Peters JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Lindal keep up 100 per cent record with Haverigg win
LINDAL Moor continued their 100 per cent start to the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One season as Kenroy Peters starred with the ball at Pennington Lane.

Race for the prize: The junior race getting under way

Photo: JON GRANGER

Starters' orders: Dalton Charter 10km race starters Dalton mayor Ann Thurlow with town crier Alan Brown

Photo: JON GRANGER

In the running: The 28th Dalton Charter 10km under way

Photo: JON GRANGER

No waiting around: Dalton Charter 10km women's race winner Katie Waite, of Barrow

Photo: JON GRANGER

Campbell's super: Dalton Charter 10km race winner Ross Campbell, of Barrow

Photo: JON GRANGER

Well done: Junior boys' race winner James Corbishley, of Cartmel

Photo: JON GRANGER

 Race for the prize: The junior race getting under way Photo: JON GRANGER
Race for the prize: The junior race getting under way Photo: JON GRANGER
Party atmosphere at popular Dalton 10km race
ONE of the highlights in the Furness running calendar has gone down as a great success as scores of athletes turned up to pound through Dalton.

Artwork by Sharon Tait

Artwork by Sharon Tait

 Artwork by Sharon Tait
Artwork by Sharon Tait
Cumbrian artist exhibits work created during 100-day challenge
A SOUTH Cumbrian artist who took up the challenge of creating 100 pieces of art in 100 days will be exhibiting some of the work over the next two weekends.

Rising to the occasion: Owners Caroline Davis and Lucas Hogg at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Our daily bread: Peace and Loaf Bakehouse appealed for the public to help keep their business going. Caroline Davis at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Rates problem: Peace and Loaf Bakehouse LEANNE BOLGER

Serious dough: Lucas Hogg at work at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Slice work: Owners Caroline Davis and Lucas Hogg at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

 Rising to the occasion: Owners Caroline Davis and Lucas Hogg at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER
Rising to the occasion: Owners Caroline Davis and Lucas Hogg at the Bakehouse in Barrow LEANNE BOLGER
Self raising power - Kickstarter secures Barrow bakery's future
SUPPORTERS of a local bakery have risen to the occasion by raising thousands of pounds in less than a week to keep their favourite business afloat.

Controversy: Furness General Hospital, in Barrow, where the so-called 'musketeer midwives' operated JOE RILEY

Critical: Jackie Daniel, chief executive of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust STEVE BARBER

 Controversy: Furness General Hospital, in Barrow, where the so-called 'musketeer midwives' operated JOE RILEY
Controversy: Furness General Hospital, in Barrow, where the so-called 'musketeer midwives' operated JOE RILEY
Former hospital HR director resigns while under investigation
A FORMER hospital director said to have been at the centre of a 'musketeer midwife' pay off scandal has resigned while under investigation.

Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Taking aim: trains could under attack from boys with catapults SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Crime target: theft of coal was a constant problems for railway officials SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Take care: There were plenty of enamel signs warning people of the danger posed by railways but not everyone took enough care SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Busy place: Barrow's iron and steel complex had a maze of railway lines SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

Village transport: Woodland station, between Coniston and Brought, shown on an Edwardian postcard SUBMITTED horrid-may-19

 Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19
Clearing up: Millom's wrecked signal box after an accident in February 1913 SUBMITTED horrid-may-19
A horrible history of railways in Furness
THE dangers to life and limb for passengers and staff on the county’s railways were described at the spring meeting of the Cumbrian Railways Association.

POLLY WALKER: Polly Walker

 POLLY WALKER: Polly Walker
POLLY WALKER: Polly Walker
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Cup winners: Askam United Furness Senior Cup winners 2017. United beat Millom 5-4 on penalties at Holker Street submitted

Champions: Furness Premier League Premier Division champions Croftlands submitted

Joy for Jordan: Jordan Rayner scores from the spot to level for Askam in the Furness Senior Cup final against Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Mac attacK: Millom players celebrate Ben McDonald's brilliant openetr against Askam in the Furness Senior Cup final LEANNE BOLGER

Reaching out: Millom's Drew Postlethwaite tries to break free from the Askam defence LEANNE BOLGER

Safe hands: Millom keeper Lee Hanna collects in front of team-mate Jordan William and Askam's Ross Walker LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL CUP ASKAM V MILLOM football cup final at Holker Street Askam v Millom Pictured: Danny Pattinson, Barrow, Wednesday 17th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL CUP ASKAM V MILLOM football cup final at Holker Street Askam v Millom Pictured: Ben McDonald, Barrow, Wednesday 17th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL CUP ASKAM V MILLOM football cup final at Holker Street Askam v Millom Pictured: Ben McDonald, Barrow, Wednesday 17th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL CUP ASKAM V MILLOM football cup final at Holker Street Askam v Millom Pictured: Askam v Millom Barrow, Wednesday 17th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Cup winners: Askam United Furness Senior Cup winners 2017. United beat Millom 5-4 on penalties at Holker Street submitted
Cup winners: Askam United Furness Senior Cup winners 2017. United beat Millom 5-4 on penalties at Holker Street submitted
Askam United lift Furness Senior Cup after penalty drama
WITH the season drawing to a close there were lots of trophies decided during the week and lots of dramatic action unfolded.

Scene: The Tally Ho pub in Barrow JOE RILEY

 Scene: The Tally Ho pub in Barrow JOE RILEY
Scene: The Tally Ho pub in Barrow JOE RILEY
Drunken argument in Barrow pub ends in bloodied nose
A DRUNKEN argument led to a Barrow man bloodying his girlfriend’s nose while standing behind a bar with his trousers around his ankles.

On the right track: Dalton batsman Jack Singleton believes victory over Workington in the Higson Cup can kick-start their seasion CHRIS WEST

 On the right track: Dalton batsman Jack Singleton believes victory over Workington in the Higson Cup can kick-start their seasion CHRIS WEST
On the right track: Dalton batsman Jack Singleton believes victory over Workington in the Higson Cup can kick-start their seasion CHRIS WEST
Dalton off the mark and hungry for success
KNOCKING big guns Workington out of the Higson Cup last weekend can do wonders for Dalton’s prospects this season.

Double: Declan Gavin scored two tries for Walney Central against Barrow Island DARREN GILLAM

 Double: Declan Gavin scored two tries for Walney Central against Barrow Island DARREN GILLAM
Double: Declan Gavin scored two tries for Walney Central against Barrow Island DARREN GILLAM
Ulverston aim to get off the mark
ULVERSTON are aiming for their first win of the season when they take on fellow strugglers Hindpool Tigers in tonight's Barrow and District League clash, writes Jeff Coward.
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