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Roadworks are set to take place for 5 weeks on the A590 - a week longer than what has been advertised on this sign by Highways England. Credit: MILTON HAWORTH

Red Syke Railway Bridge on the A590

The entrance to Park Road, Swarthmoor on the A590

Work to improve drainage systems in the event of a flood will also take place for two weeks at the Lindal Dip on the A590. Credit: LEANNE BOLGER


          Roadworks are set to take place for 5 weeks on the A590 - a week longer than what has been advertised on this sign by Highways England. Credit: MILTON HAWORTH
Roadworks are set to take place for 5 weeks on the A590 - a week longer than what has been advertised on this sign by Highways England. Credit: MILTON HAWORTH
Roadworks on A590 set to create more travel disruption
TWO sections of the A590 are set to be affected by roadworks causing potentially long delays for motorists during the school summer holiday period.

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Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary to carry out a "scoping study" into forces' understanding of and response to hate crime. Photo credit should read: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

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Rise in Brexit-sparked racism in Cumbria since EU referendum
POLICE say Brexit-sparked racism will not be tolerated in the county after a spike in reported incidents since the EU referendum.

CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER

IN-FORM Dalton batsman Mike Hargreaves JIM DAVIS

 CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER
CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER
Furness look to continue Twenty20 domination
KINGS of the short game Furness have their sights set on a fifth South Cumbria Twenty20 Cup success in six years.

LEADER Askam RL captain Ross Tippett is presented with the Barrow and District League trophy JON GRANGER

CHAMPIONS The Askam RL team with the Barrow and District League trophy at Fallowfield Park JON GRANGER

 LEADER Askam RL captain Ross Tippett is presented with the Barrow and District League trophy JON GRANGER
LEADER Askam RL captain Ross Tippett is presented with the Barrow and District League trophy JON GRANGER
Askam lift Barrow and District League RL crown
UNBEATEN Askam picked up the Barrow and District League trophy after the perfect season.

Jackie Daniel with Furness General Hospital Accident and Emergency department

 Jackie Daniel with Furness General Hospital Accident and Emergency department
Jackie Daniel with Furness General Hospital Accident and Emergency department
Unprecedented demand leading to 'perfect storm' of pressure on Barrow hospital
UNPRECEDENTED numbers of patients who arrive at A&E sicker than ever before are contributing to a perfect storm of pressures upon Barrow's hospital.

Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28

Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road was built as a Congregational Church BILL MYERS church-jul-28

A view inside Grange Congregational Church in Kents Bank Road shortly after it opened in 1895 BILL MYERS church-jul-28

A plaque outside Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28

A wall hanging in Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28

A memorial brass tablet to Harold Porritt who died in 1910 inside Grange United Reformed Church BILL MYERS church-jul-28

Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28

Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28

 Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28
Grange United Reformed Church in Kents Bank Road BILL MYERS church-jul-28
Celebrating 125 years for Grange church
GRANGE United Reformed Church was celebrating 125 years of service and worship at the weekend with history displays.

Sacked Barrow midwife Lindsey Biggs

 Sacked Barrow midwife Lindsey Biggs
Sacked Barrow midwife Lindsey Biggs
Nursing body to review its own handling of Barrow midwife case
BOSSES at a regulatory body have ordered an independent review into the way their own organisation handled the case of a suspended midwife linked to the deaths of two babies.

Tailbacks on the A590 after the crash on Wednesday

 Tailbacks on the A590 after the crash on Wednesday
Tailbacks on the A590 after the crash on Wednesday
Multiple car crashes prompt safety fears on A590
A SECOND collision in under a week on a busy main road has raised serious concerns about the safety of motorists and pedestrians.

A previous DogFest

A previous DogFest

 A previous DogFest
A previous DogFest
DogFest set for bank holiday return
HIT South Cumbrian all-dayer DogFest is set to return in the August bank holiday weekend.

RTC MILL BROW - RTC Mill Brow, Barrow, Wednesday 27th July 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

RTC MILL BROW - RTC Mill Brow, Barrow, Wednesday 27th July 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

RTC MILL BROW - RTC Mill Brow, Barrow, Wednesday 27th July 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

 RTC MILL BROW - RTC Mill Brow, Barrow, Wednesday 27th July 2016, LEANNE BOLGER
RTC MILL BROW - RTC Mill Brow, Barrow, Wednesday 27th July 2016, LEANNE BOLGER
Motorist escapes unhurt from one-vehicle crash on roundabout between Barrow and Dalton
A MOTORIST managed to escape unhurt following a one-vehicle crash at the roundabout between Barrow and Dalton.

David Gill

David Gill

David Gill

 David Gill
David Gill
Shock twist as Dalton zoo founder David Gill and his wife reappointed as sole directors and four bosses 'terminated'
SOUTH Lakes Safari Zoo founder David Gill and his wife have been reappointed as sole directors of the zoo - with the four new directors being terminated from their positions.

Library hours are being reduced

 Library hours are being reduced
Library hours are being reduced
Overhaul of Barrow and South Lakeland library services leads to reduced hours
LIBRARY opening hours in Barrow and South Lakeland are set to undergo their biggest shake-up in years after proposed cuts were rubber-stamped.
Competition watchdog orders sale of 350-400 shops before Ladbrokes/Coral merger
LADBROKES and Coral must offload 350 to 400 high street stores as a condition of their proposed £2.3 billion merger, the Competition and Markets Authority has said.
Barrow man accused of sending obscene or offensive text message
A BARROW man is set to appear in court accused of sending an obscene or offensive text message.

PURLERS Sheila Reynolds, Jane Barker and Sylvia Brazier in the FGH canteen LEANNE BOLGER

The twiddlemuffs

FGH community engagement manager Barry Rigg wearing one of the Twiddlemuffs with FGH Foundation Trust public governor Shahnaz Asghar

 PURLERS Sheila Reynolds, Jane Barker and Sylvia Brazier in the FGH canteen LEANNE BOLGER
PURLERS Sheila Reynolds, Jane Barker and Sylvia Brazier in the FGH canteen LEANNE BOLGER
Hospital knit-in to help patients with dementia
A DEDICATED group of community minded volunteers have staged a hospital knit-in to create woollen stress-busters for people with dementia.

Speed bump in Holker Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Rawlinson Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Rawlinson Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Holker Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Holker Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in High Street. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Rating Lane. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Risedale Road. Picture: Amy Fenton

Speed bump in Asda. Picture: Amy Fenton

 Speed bump in Holker Street. Picture: Amy Fenton
Speed bump in Holker Street. Picture: Amy Fenton
Hundreds vote for the most annoying speed bumps in Barrow
HUNDREDS of Evening Mail readers have had their say to vote for the most annoying speed bumps in Barrow.

Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank

 Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
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Barrow Foodbank set to help families struggling to cope this summer holiday

Samaritans at their 24-hour stand in Barrow

 Samaritans at their 24-hour stand in Barrow
Samaritans at their 24-hour stand in Barrow
Volunteers dress as giant ears during charity's 24-hour vigil in Barrow
A SUICIDE prevention charity campaigned on the streets of Barrow non-stop for 24-hours to raise awareness of the work they do.

MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis

BIG HIT Mike Hargreaves batting for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis

 MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis
MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis
Furness CC's title hopes suffer major blow with defeat at leaders Workington
FURNESS’S hopes of retaining the North Lancs And Cumbria League championship crown are hanging by a thread following a comprehensive defeat at leaders Workington, writes COLIN BICKERSTAFFE.

Cody Gooding, three, at the workshop

The inflatable giant peach at Barrow library

Edie Macwilson from Barrow inside the giant peach

Drama workshop leader Cathy Fidler

Cody Gooding, three, from Barrow at the event

 Cody Gooding, three, at the workshop
Cody Gooding, three, at the workshop
Giant peach takes over Barrow library in homage to Roald Dahl
CHILDREN'S fiction came to life in the shape of a giant peach to kick-start an exciting programme of events dedicated to one of the world's greatest writers.

Lillies

 Lillies
Lillies
Family announcements in today's Evening Mail
HERE are the family announcements published in today's Evening Mail.

Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED

The Barrow Civic Restaurant in the old Public Hall. EM ARCHIVE

 Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED
Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED
NOSTALGIA: Communal eating to help Barrow families bombed out of their homes
WE take for granted that the shops will be full of food and that we have kitchens to cook it in but that was not the case for thousands of Barrovians 75 years ago.

The wedding of Stephen Carter and Bex Hudson and Stephen Carter on Saturday 2 July 2016.

 The wedding of Stephen Carter and Bex Hudson and Stephen Carter on Saturday 2 July 2016.
The wedding of Stephen Carter and Bex Hudson and Stephen Carter on Saturday 2 July 2016.
REAL WEDDING: Loved-up Barrow couple tie the knot by the seaside
STEPHEN Carter, a 31-year-old sales assistant at Winfields, married the love of his life, Bex Hudson, a 27-year-old team leader at Matalan on Saturday July 2.

NEWS: Ulverston Carnival 2016. The Samaritans float with volunteers. 2nd July 2016. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH

 NEWS: Ulverston Carnival 2016. The Samaritans float with volunteers. 2nd July 2016. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH
NEWS: Ulverston Carnival 2016. The Samaritans float with volunteers. 2nd July 2016. PICTURES; MILTON HAWORTH
Charity manning 24-hour stand in Barrow town centre
AN ADVICE and support charity will be manning a 24-hour stand in Barrow town centre from this morning.

HE KNOWS HIS WOODS Wilf Heywood helped Hawcoat Park defeat Salthouse LINDSEY DICKINGS

 HE KNOWS HIS WOODS Wilf Heywood helped Hawcoat Park defeat Salthouse LINDSEY DICKINGS
HE KNOWS HIS WOODS Wilf Heywood helped Hawcoat Park defeat Salthouse LINDSEY DICKINGS
Hawcoat dig deep to overcome Salthouse challenge
HAWCOAT Park had to dig deep to keep up their Furness Senior Citizens Bowling League title push with victory over Salthouse.

Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

Many families left Penzance railway station for a new life in Millom or Furness SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

An iron ore miner at Hodbarrow, Millom, where cornishmen made up a significant proportion of the workforce SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

A mine boring team in Furness. Cornish skills were in demand in finding ore reserves SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

Market Jew Street in Penzance BILL MYERS penzance-jul-22

The statue to Sir Humphry Davy in Market Jew Street, Penzance BILL MYERS penzance-jul-22

 Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22
Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22
Mining links from Penzance to Furness
CORNISH families were heading north 150 years ago when Millom Newtown was born and places such as Askam, Barrow and Dalton were seeing rapid expansion.

Barrow AFC v WREXHAM. 30th April 2016. MILTON HAWORTH.

 Barrow AFC v WREXHAM. 30th April 2016. MILTON HAWORTH.
Barrow AFC v WREXHAM. 30th April 2016. MILTON HAWORTH.
Barrow AFC fan to stand trial accused of racial harrassment
A FOOTY fan is to stand trial accused of racial harassment and using threatening behaviour at a Barrow AFC game.

WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER

ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT Furness players at the past and present match July 2016

Furness past and present day submitted

 WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
Furness ready to go to Work against North Lancs Cricket League leaders
SCOTT Pearcey’s Furness face the biggest game of their season as they aim to peg back Workington in the North Lancs League title race.

Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS

 Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS
Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS
Grange house prices hit new highs according to new survey by Zoopla
FIRST-time buyers will have to spend over a quarter-of-a-million pounds to get on the property ladder in a sought-after part of south Cumbria, a survey has found.

Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape

Residents from across South Cumbria gathered in Thwaites Village Hall over concerns about National Grid's plans to erect pylons along the Cumbrian coast

Pylons at Whicham

View across the Duddon

 Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Residents call for public meeting over Moorside pylon fears
CONCERNED residents have taken a stand against plans for 50-metre-high pylons to be built across their beloved landscape.