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Woodland near to How Tun Woods in Barrow. JON GRANGER


          Woodland near to How Tun Woods in Barrow. JON GRANGER
Woodland near to How Tun Woods in Barrow. JON GRANGER
Female dog-walker came across Dalton couple having sex in Barrow woods - court
A WOMAN has told a court how she came across a couple having sex at a popular dog-walking spot in Barrow.

Reigning champion: Gareth Jones

 Reigning champion: Gareth Jones
Reigning champion: Gareth Jones
Ready for a Smash-ing time on the bowling green
THE BIG Smash bowls tournament is returning bigger and better than ever this year.

Market Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.

 Market Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.
Market Street in Dalton. Picture: Google Maps.
Locks 'drilled' as wannabe burglar attempts to break into two Dalton businesses
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after criminal damage was caused to two premises in Dalton town centre.

Slots to offer: Frankie Bailey, of Bailey's Amusement Arcade JON GRANGER

All change: Cumbrian-born Royal Mint engraver Jody Clark, from Windermere

Upgrades: Bailey's Amusement Arcade JON GRANGER

High-tech: A new 12-sided £1 coin

 Slots to offer: Frankie Bailey, of Bailey's Amusement Arcade JON GRANGER
Slots to offer: Frankie Bailey, of Bailey's Amusement Arcade JON GRANGER
Cumbria engraver does a Sterling job for new pound coin
CUMBRIA has embraced change as the new pound coin came into force.

Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Plasterer: Barrow's Tom Smith played soccer for Roose SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Shipyard worker: Gerard Huck played soccer in Dalton and Askam. He died at Meathop hospital from the effects of gas and a neck injury SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Working days: The Furness Railway coach painters based at Barrow. Soldier Mark Arnold was a former apprentice SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Time passes: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery in Belgium is the resting place of Barrow soldier Tom Smith who died a century ago SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Transport link: Railway Hollow Cemetery at Hebuterne is the resting place of Mark Arnold, a former railway coach painter SUBMITTED march-mar-28

 Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28
Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28
Furness soccer players killed in the trenches of the First World War
THE deaths of three keen amateur footballers who all fought with the King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment were reported in the Barrow News on March 24 in 1917 reported .

Furness General Hospital. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50064251B000.jpg

 Furness General Hospital. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50064251B000.jpg
Furness General Hospital. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50064251B000.jpg
Norovirus outbreak closes Barrow hospital wards
AN outbreak of Norovirus within the area's hospital has led to the closure of two wards.

Market Street in Dalton. Google Maps.

 Market Street in Dalton. Google Maps.
Market Street in Dalton. Google Maps.
Police probe criminal damage made to Dalton business
Criminals attempted to break into a Dalton business last week by using power tools to gain entry.

Support: Jean Simpson with her son Michael Devlin LINDSEY DICKINGS

Younger days: Jodie Simpson, from Barrow, pictured in her late teens

Battle: Jodie Simpson before her accident

Mother of two: Jodie Simpson

 Support: Jean Simpson with her son Michael Devlin LINDSEY DICKINGS
Support: Jean Simpson with her son Michael Devlin LINDSEY DICKINGS
Grandmother claims she was 'intimidated' by senior medics in daughter's right-to-die case
A BRAVE grandmother who fought for her daughter's right to die faced intimidation at the hands of senior medics in the area, she claims.

QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino

 QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
Do you remember when...
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Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. TRY 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Fieldhouse's fsecond Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Man Love ?? 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. TRY 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Third Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Fieldhouse's first Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Yet another Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Yet another Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Third Try 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. Paul Crarey 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

 Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. TRY 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER
Barrow Raiders V Hemel Stags. TRY 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER
Fieldhouse grabs hat-trick as Barrow Raiders crush Hemel: WITH PICTURE GALLERY AND VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
RYAN Fieldhouse ran in a hat-trick of tries as Hemel Stags were put to the sword 82-0 by Barrow Raiders in the Saturday evening Kingstone Press League One game at Craven Park.

Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break

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Heads up: Barrow Celtic and Croftlands challenge for the ball

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On target: Barrow Celtic celebrate Craig Woodburn's goal (right)

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Scramble: Connor Smith battles to get a shot away

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 Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break JON GRANGER
Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break JON GRANGER
Win puts Croftlands back in Furness Premier League title race
THE race for the Furness Premier League title is proving to have more twists than in previous years gone by and after the results at the weekend anyone from the top six or seven teams will be thinking if they can mount a charge towards the end of the season the silverware could be theirs!

Excellent chips: Fish goujons with H&F chips at H&F Cafe, in Barrow

Good but not great: Cumbrian rarebit

Bulging: Tuna savoury baked potato rjs

Indulgence: Vanilla slice rjs

Generous portions: H&F Cafe in Barrow

 Excellent chips: Fish goujons with H&F chips at H&F Cafe, in Barrow
Excellent chips: Fish goujons with H&F chips at H&F Cafe, in Barrow
FOOD: Home in on a good lunch at H&F in Barrow
H&F Cafe, Barrow

Four-year-old Tilly Lawson in fancy dress for Red Nose Day. (Hindpool Nursery)

Croftlands Junior School held a “Topsy Turvy Day” for Red Nose Day.

Ameila Butterfield (centre with pals Hannah Atkinson and Olivia Knagg wait to get a phone call from Sara Cox after Sara had raised almost £1million in a danceathon for comic relief. MILTON HAWORTH. 23th March 2017.For immediate release

RED NOSE DAY LYNWOOD Lynwood nursery is selling red noses and the first pupil to get one picked out the rare silver nose - Frankinose. LEANNE BOLGER

RED NOSE DAY LYNWOOD Lynwood nursery. LEANNE BOLGER

RED NOSE DAY --- Children at Happy Tots Day Nursery taking part in activities th8is week for Red Nose DayLINDSEY DICKINGS

COMIC RELIEF: Matilda Wharton-Hayward ready for Red Nose Day at Dalton St Mary's School

Ramsden Infants pupils Tulisa Brooke, six, and Farrah Price, three with their 'crazy hair for Comic Relief'

COMIC RELIEF: Luiz Da Silva, six, a pupil at South Walney Infant School

COMIC RELIEF: Elsa Casson, four, a pupil at Askam Village School

Victoria Infants School pupil Taylan (five) and her sister Teigan (nine) Caine who attends Victoria Academy

COMIC RELIEF: Eve Locke, 18, a pupil at George Hastwell School on Walney

COMIC RELIEF: Tilly Robinson, a pupil from Brisbane Park School

Gym goers at Ulverston Leisure Centre get into the Red Nose Day Spirit. Submitted

Ruby Whitehouse, who goes to Greengate Juniors all dressed up. Submitted

 Four-year-old Tilly Lawson in fancy dress for Red Nose Day. (Hindpool Nursery)
Four-year-old Tilly Lawson in fancy dress for Red Nose Day. (Hindpool Nursery)
Comic Relief readers' photos

Licence hopes: The Cumbria Zoo Company Ltd team at South Lakes Safari Zoo

LEANNE BOLGER

 Licence hopes: The Cumbria Zoo Company Ltd team at South Lakes Safari Zoo LEANNE BOLGER
Licence hopes: The Cumbria Zoo Company Ltd team at South Lakes Safari Zoo LEANNE BOLGER
Inspectors visit Dalton zoo ahead of fresh licence application
GOVERNMENT inspectors have carried out another visit to assess animal welfare standards at Dalton's zoo.

Breastfeeding

 Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding
Barrow mums speak of breastfeeding pride as figures reveal town has one of lowest rates in country
THE majority of women would be too embarrassed to breastfeed their baby in front of a stranger, according to a national survey. AMY FENTON spoke to local mums about their experiences and to bust some myths

Secure: Dowdales School, Dalton, new fencing and gate

LEANNE BOLGER

 Secure: Dowdales School, Dalton, new fencing and gate LEANNE BOLGER
Secure: Dowdales School, Dalton, new fencing and gate LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton school ups site security and fences off green areas previously used by the community
DALTON'S secondary school has upped its site security - fencing off green areas which were previously used by the community - in order to meet increased safeguarding policies for schools.

Doing well: The new giraffe born at South Lakes Safari Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS

New arrival: West African giraffe Eloise gave birth to a new baby overnight at South Lakes Safari Zoo SUBMITTED

Watchful eye: Mum Elouise with her newborn LINDSEY DICKINGS

Monitoring: Keeper Amy Johnson checking in on the new calf LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Doing well: The new giraffe born at South Lakes Safari Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS
Doing well: The new giraffe born at South Lakes Safari Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS
VIDEO: New baby makes first appearance at Dalton zoo
THOUGH just days old, Dalton zoo's newest arrival already towers above some of its much older residents.

Funding hopes: Members of the Drop Zone's Dalton 'Youthy', from left, Chloe Robson, Grace Milner and Luke West, busy making cards at Dalton Community Centre

LEANNE BOLGER

Opportunity: Members of Drop Zone's Dalton 'Youthy' at Dalton Community Centre

LEANNE BOLGER

 Funding hopes: Members of the Drop Zone's Dalton 'Youthy', from left, Chloe Robson, Grace Milner and Luke West, busy making cards at Dalton Community Centre LEANNE BOLGER
Funding hopes: Members of the Drop Zone's Dalton 'Youthy', from left, Chloe Robson, Grace Milner and Luke West, busy making cards at Dalton Community Centre LEANNE BOLGER
Furness youth groups aiming for much-needed Lottery funding boost
A COMMUNITY group which works with vulnerable young people is in with a chance of securing more than £38,000 to help fund its activities.

Virginia McKenna during the filming of Born Free.

 Virginia McKenna during the filming of Born Free.
Virginia McKenna during the filming of Born Free.
Born Free star calls for crackdown on zoos after Dalton animal death scandal
A NATIONAL zoo inspectorate must be created to protect animals, the actress and wildlife campaigner Virginia McKenna has said after almost 500 animals died at Dalton Zoo.

DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn

 DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn
DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Footwork: Owen Carmoclyon the ball for Dalton in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Hit it Harry: Dalton's Harry Lupton on the attack against Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

Trickery: Walney Island Blues' Leah Santos takes play forward at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

A Shaw thing: Rohan Shaw in action for Furness Cavaliers under-sevens LEANNE BOLGER

Super-Mac: Vickerstown's Leon McDonald with the ball at his feet LEANNE BOLGER

Watching brief: Substitutes wait for their chance in the Barrow Junior Football League Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Mellow Yellows: Walney Island Yellows at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Daring Dalton: Dalton Juniors at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Green machine:Holker Old Boys at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Into Rover-time: Furness Rovers at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Earning their stripes: Millom Blacks reacy for action at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

Roving Rangers: Ulverston Rangers at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER LEANNE BOLGER

Millom matters: Millom Reds reacy for action at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

 Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER
Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Barrow JFL kids have Spring in their step for trophy competition
SOME heavy showers - not to mention strong gales - may have postponed the finale, but the Barrow Junior Football League Spring Trophy has brought dozens of young players into action.

SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson

 SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s

Sweet music: Holborn Hill Brass Band in the 1980s

Cattle do nicely: Millom and Broughton Show in 1991

Flying the flag: Barrow Centenary in 1967

Royal visit: The Duke of Edinburgh at Holker Horse Trials in 1988

Celebration: Barrow in the year of Queen Elizabeth's Coronation in 1953

Shopping trip: Barrow's old market in 1961

Challenge: The Dalton half-marathon run to raise funds to build the baths in the early 1980s

Battle: Broughton children scramble for pennies as part of the traditional charter declaration held each year in the square. This picture is from the 1960s

Stroll: Grange promenade in 1990

 Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Sands of time bring changes to communities, cars - and fashion
IT passes in a flash - but time has a habit of changing life, and the things which surround us, sometimes unrecognisably.

Award-winner: Brian O'Loughlin, owner of Thomas's Bakery

CANDICE WRIGHT

Favourites: Pies from Thomas's Bakery

Controversy: TV chef Mary Berry

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Food for thought: Brian O'Loughlin from Thomas's Bakery

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Grub on the go: Pies from Thomas's Bakery

 Award-winner: Brian O'Loughlin, owner of Thomas's Bakery CANDICE WRIGHT
Award-winner: Brian O'Loughlin, owner of Thomas's Bakery CANDICE WRIGHT
Dalton bakery behind prize pies shares secret of a successful pastry treat
A SMALL bakery has rubbed shoulders with some of the country's finest, and come away an award-winner once again.

Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog

Two-year-old Rosie making a snow dog

Lucy Cull, age 5, from Ulverston

Lucy Cull, age 5, from Ulverston

Snow at Marton

The view from Gillian Gordon's house in Dalton

Snow at Jo-Anne Boardley's home in Tebay

Snow in Lindal - Marie Rogers

Snow in Lindal by Marie Rogers

Snow at the Coppermines in Coniston by Phil Johnston

The view from the garage in Mountbarrow Road in Ulverston by Karin Crossman

Bayliff brothers William (five) and Arthur (one) enjoying the snow in Ulverston

William, Isabelle and Arthur Bayliff enjoying the snow in Ulverston

Snowman created by William, Isabelle and Arthur Bayliff in Ulverston

 Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog
Two-year-old Rosie's snow dog
Readers send in their pictures after heavy snowfall in South Cumbria
READERS have been sending in their photos of their children enjoying the snow.

Campaign: The Barrow and Furness Labour Party has chosen its candidates for the Cumbria County Council elections that will be held on May 4

 Campaign: The Barrow and Furness Labour Party has chosen its candidates for the Cumbria County Council elections that will be held on May 4
Campaign: The Barrow and Furness Labour Party has chosen its candidates for the Cumbria County Council elections that will be held on May 4
Labour reveals Furness election hopefuls
THE Barrow and Furness Labour Party has chosen its candidates for the Cumbria County Council elections that will be held on May 4.

Much-loved home: John Patterson in the lounge at 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Cosy: The multi-fuel stove in the lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS

Beautifully presented: John Patterson in the lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS

Modern: The kitchen/diner LINDSEY DICKINGS

Light and airy: One of three bedrooms at 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Comfortable: One of three bedrooms LINDSEY DICKINGS

Well appointed: The family bathroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

End of terrace: 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow, which is on the market for £179,950 through Home and Finance LINDSEY DICKINGS

Off-road parking: 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Well maintained: The kitchen at 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow

 Much-loved home: John Patterson in the lounge at 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Much-loved home: John Patterson in the lounge at 4 Abbots Vue, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
PROPERTY: New build was a change of direction for couple
WORK brought John and Anne Patterson from the north east to south Cumbria and they have loved every minute of it. As they told SUSAN GOODSON, not only did they change areas, but their home was a change from their usual style

ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell

 ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Crunch: Edwin Jopson took bites out of his pint glass EM ARCHIVE glass-mar-18

Amazing sight: The Mason's Arms at Dalton was one of the places where Edwin Jopson chomped on beer glasses SUBMITTED glass-mar-18

 Crunch: Edwin Jopson took bites out of his pint glass EM ARCHIVE glass-mar-18
Crunch: Edwin Jopson took bites out of his pint glass EM ARCHIVE glass-mar-18
Meet the 16-stone pub local who ate beer glasses for fun in Barrow and Dalton
PLENTY of people have a party trick to impress friends down the pub but few would take up the challenge to eat a pint glass.

KURT RUSSELL: Russell

 KURT RUSSELL: Russell
KURT RUSSELL: Russell
Do you remember when...
10 years ago
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