SearchResult
Your Results
The search for "dalton" returned 3121 hits

Kevin Kell who is competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth

Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto.

Invictus Games Toronto 2017 - Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker

Army Sergeant Kevin Kell and his daughter Faith, two.

Army Sergeant Kevin Kell

A scan showing Army Sergeant Kevin Kell's brain tumour before surgery.

 Kevin Kell who is competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth
Kevin Kell who is competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth
Inspirational Dalton Army Sergeant competes at Invictus Games golf event today
AN Inspirational Dalton Army Sergeant competes in the golf event at the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 today.

The sign at Hindpool Retail Park SUZANNE MURPHY

 The sign at Hindpool Retail Park SUZANNE MURPHY
The sign at Hindpool Retail Park SUZANNE MURPHY
New tenant lined up for former Brantano unit at Barrow retail park
AN empty premises on Hindpool Retail Park in Barrow is set to be occupied after a new tenant submitted plans to install new signs.

Taking part: Competitors at Its a Knockout

 Taking part: Competitors at Its a Knockout
Taking part: Competitors at Its a Knockout
It's a Knockout wows crowds in Barrow Park
CROWDS were entertained and dazzled by two days of rides and sportsmanship at an It's a Knockout extravaganza.

Barrow Town Centre Big Clean by members of Barrow Bid, The Mail and other local businesses and organisations LINDSEY DICKINGS

Phil Collier from Barrow Bid and Kylie Leech LINDSEY DICKINGS

From left, Simon Craig from Marks and Spencer and Phil Huck from Barrow Borough Council LINDSEY DICKINGS

From left, Linda Wicks and Pauline Gardner from Rotary Club of Furness Peninsula LINDSEY DICKINGS

MP John Woodcock LINDSEY DICKINGS

Beth Baldwin, left, and Natalie Chapples from The Mail LINDSEY DICKINGS

Phil Huck from Barrow Borough Council LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Barrow Town Centre Big Clean by members of Barrow Bid, The Mail and other local businesses and organisations LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow Town Centre Big Clean by members of Barrow Bid, The Mail and other local businesses and organisations LINDSEY DICKINGS
Volunteers roll up their sleeves for Big Clean in Barrow
OUR streets became the centre of attention when close to 20 brave souls showed they meant business when it came to cleaning up rubbish and litter

Noble cause: 17th Barrow and Dalton Church Brownies had to eat sweets for charity in 1996. They filled their empty Smarties tubes with pennies and managed to raise £50 THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Joint effort: Walney 19th Open Brownies join with Furness College students to raise money for Tigers in Crisis in 1997. Left to right: Paul Dickie, Natalie Bromley, Maddison Jones and June Elme

High achievers: Ulverston Brownies climb up Hoad for their enrolment ceremony in 1997. Left to right: Heather Cameron, Caelie Doherty, Helen Ullock and Kim Studholme, with Brownie leaders Susan Gorry and Joyce Coward

Fundraiser: 3rd Millom St George's Brownies at St George's Autumn Fair in 1988

Toy stall: The 21st Central Methodist Brownies and children from Greengate Junior School raised £80 for the Great Blue Peter Bring and Buy Sale in aid of leprosy in 1997. Pictured left to right are Nichola Palmen, Kayleigh Burns, and Hannah Gloucester

Can do attitude: Members of the 1st Pennington Brownies deliver aluminium cans to Tesco store in Barrow as part of a Girl Guide Association national appeal in 1991

Triumphant: St Francis pack win the Ancient Order of Forresters Cup for their collage in 1994

Regalia: Sacred Heart pack visit Barrow Town Hall where Simone Eastman tries on the Mayor's chain of office in 1994

Musical youth: Marie Pattinson, 10, gains her bell ringing badge in 1996

Halloween treats: Brownies from 3rd Millom St George's pack selling toffee apples in 1987

Fun run: Despite torrential rain there was a huge turnout for the annual West Cumbria Scout Fellowship fun run in Ennerdale. More than 800 scouts, guides, cubs and brownies took part in May 1989

 Noble cause: 17th Barrow and Dalton Church Brownies had to eat sweets for charity in 1996. They filled their empty Smarties tubes with pennies and managed to raise £50 THE MAIL ARCHIVE
Noble cause: 17th Barrow and Dalton Church Brownies had to eat sweets for charity in 1996. They filled their empty Smarties tubes with pennies and managed to raise £50 THE MAIL ARCHIVE
NOSTALGIA: As Urswick Brownies celebrate their 40th birthday, we celebrate their history
FOR generations, mothers and daughters have donned their brown and yellow uniforms, rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in to do their very best across the community.

Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society

 Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society
Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow Borough Council decided to press ahead with consultation on the propose demolition of 130 properties in Arthur Street.

Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST

Back of the net: Tom Hammond scores Hawcoat's fourth goal CHRIS WEST

At full stretch: Harry Copeland nearly gets a hand to Carl Pearson's penalty CHRIS WEST

Shot: Hawcoat's Harry Spiers goes for goal CHRIS WEST

Well struck: Hawcoat's Ryan Mackay CHRIS WEST

Close encounters: Holker's Troy Magee and Hawcoat's Frankie Elli CHRIS WEST

Make the leap: Hawcoat's Matty Pickering goes between two defenders CHRIS WEST

Safe hands: Harry Copeland prevents the ball from crossing the line CHRIS WEST

HAWCOAT PARK RESERVES / HOLKER OLD BOYS RESERVES. Hawcoat Park, Barrow. Hawcoats Ryan Mackay. 23rd September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Penalty: Holker's Wyll Stanway brings down Hawcoat's Matty Pickering CHRIS WEST

Up in the air: Holker's Spencer Erdis goes flying. CHRIS WEST

Close control: Holker's Troy Magee. CHRIS WEST

 Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST
Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST
Hawcoat hold on to top spot in nine-goal thriller
FURNESS Premier League leaders Hawcoat Park Reserves edged a nine-goal thriller with Holker Old Boys seconds at Hawcoat Sports Club.

The Mayor of Dalton Ann Thurlow with Dalton Creative members.

 The Mayor of Dalton Ann Thurlow with Dalton Creative members.
The Mayor of Dalton Ann Thurlow with Dalton Creative members.
Tea dance in Dalton this Silver Sunday
A TEA dance is taking place in Dalton this Silver Sunday.

The annual Urswick Rushbearing Parade from Low Furness Primary School to St Mary's and St Michael's Church. Pictured: Rushbearing Queen 2017 Lily Hodgkinson. 24/09/2017 JON GRANGER

Viewing the rushes: Rev Alan Barrett who conducted the service

JON GRANGER

Ceremony: Dalton Town Band members Mark Houston and Helen Martin

JON GRANGER

Taking part: Low Furness Primary School headteacher Sue Little

JON GRANGER

Joining the procession: From left, Mia Neild, Ben Hopkins and Reuben Clayton

JON GRANGER

Big day: Rushbearing Queen Lily Hodgkinson

JON GRANGER

Leading the way: Graham Perry

JON GRANGER

Stepping out: Urswick Brownies enjoying the ceremony

JON GRANGER

Flower power: Rushbearing Queen Lily Hodgkinson, middle, with her attendants Isabella Whittaker, left, and Martha Callaghan

JON GRANGER

Urswick Rushbearing parade and ceremony takes place on Sunday September 24. This year's Urswick Rushbearing Queen is Lily Hodgkinson, 11.

RUSHBEARING QUEENS Three generation of Rushbearing Queen from same family at Urswick Church Pictured: Rushbearing Queen's (l-R) Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick, Jo Ritchie, Urswick Church, Urswick, Monday 1st August 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

RUSHBEARING QUEENS Three generation of Rushbearing Queen from same family at Urswick Church Pictured: COLLECT PICTURE Rushbearing Queen 1958 Christine Swarbrick, Urswick, Monday 1st August 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

RUSHBEARING QUEENS Three generation of Rushbearing Queen from same family at Urswick Church Pictured: Rushbearing Queen's (l-R) Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick, Jo Ritchie, Urswick Church, Urswick, Monday 1st August 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

RUSHBEARING QUEENS Three generation of Rushbearing Queen from same family at Urswick Church Pictured: Rushbearing Queen's (l-R) Milly Ritchie, Christine Swarbrick, Jo Ritchie, Urswick Church, Urswick, Monday 1st August 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 The annual Urswick Rushbearing Parade from Low Furness Primary School to St Mary's and St Michael's Church. Pictured: Rushbearing Queen 2017 Lily Hodgkinson. 24/09/2017 JON GRANGER
The annual Urswick Rushbearing Parade from Low Furness Primary School to St Mary's and St Michael's Church. Pictured: Rushbearing Queen 2017 Lily Hodgkinson. 24/09/2017 JON GRANGER
Urswick celebrates 113 years of historic rushbearing festival
FOLLOWING years of tradition, a small South Lakes village joined together to parade through their streets, to celebrate an ancient tradition which plays a large role in the history of their community.

Back in action: Darren Carter took charge of Furness Raiders' first training session of the season LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Back in action: Darren Carter took charge of Furness Raiders' first training session of the season LINDSEY DICKINGS
Back in action: Darren Carter took charge of Furness Raiders' first training session of the season LINDSEY DICKINGS
Carter welcomes old and new to opening Barrow Raiders under-19s session
DARREN Carter enjoyed the chance to get back out on the training ground after taking charge of the first Furness Raiders session of the season.

Trial: Carlisle Crown Court

STUART WALKER

Bail: Judge Barbara Forrester

 Trial: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Trial: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Millom woman admits dealing and stashing thousands of pounds of criminal cash
A MILLOM woman will be sentenced next month for committing a drugs supply offence and possessing criminal cash.

Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Dalton man to stand trial accused of beating a woman
A TRIAL is due to take place to determine whether a Dalton man is guilty of assaulting a woman by beating her.

Donation: Family of the late Derek Ellison present a defibrillator to BAE Systems

Mike Vallance, BAE Systems

Much loved: Derek Ellison

Family man: The late Derek Ellison pictured with his daughter Michelle Fawcett on her wedding day.

Life and soul: The late Derek Ellison

 Donation: Family of the late Derek Ellison present a defibrillator to BAE Systems Mike Vallance, BAE Systems
Donation: Family of the late Derek Ellison present a defibrillator to BAE Systems Mike Vallance, BAE Systems
Family honour popular character with donation of life-saving kit for Barrow company
THE family of a "real character" have honoured his memory by making a donation of life-saving equipment to a Barrow company to help others.

Fun: Children at a story craft event at Dalton Community Centre

Dressed to impress: One of the many fun events over the summer required a bit of dressing up

Guest: Gizmo, a bearded dragon from Little Beasties in Ulverston at the centre

 Fun: Children at a story craft event at Dalton Community Centre
Fun: Children at a story craft event at Dalton Community Centre
Dalton Community Centre celebrates successful summer
STAFF at Dalton Community Centre have said its first summer running events for youngsters has been a resounding success.

Furness General Hospital and the Royal Lancaster Infirmary are facing "increased operational pressure"

 Furness General Hospital and the Royal Lancaster Infirmary are facing "increased operational pressure"
Furness General Hospital and the Royal Lancaster Infirmary are facing "increased operational pressure"
Public advised to stay away from A&E as it faces "difficult circumstances" and "operational pressures"
EMERGENCY departments across the area are pleading with the public to use other healthcare services and ease the strain on staff and resources this weekend.

Overall winners (l-r) Maisy Hill, Lucie Wyers, Joseph Ducie and Finlay White from South Walney Infant and Nursery School Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS

Chair of the Tenants' Forum Pauline Charnley presents the overall winners with their awards to pupils from South Walney Infant and Nursery School

Pauline Charnley presents a Merit Award to pupils from Greengate Junior School

Pauline Charnley presents a Merit Award to pupils from Cambridge Primary School

Pauline Charnley presents a Merit Award to pupils from Dane Ghyll Primary School

Pupils and teachers from the various schools involved

Tenants at the event

Assistant director of housing Colin Garnett

Special Award for Most Improved to pupils from Ormsgill Nursery and Primary School

Third place to pupils from St. Paul's CE Junior School

Runner-up award to pupils from Chapel Street Infant and Nursery School

Pauline Charnley is presented with a bouquet of flowers by pupil Maisy Hill

Overall winners with their awards from South Walney Infant and Nursery School

Mayor of Barrow Tony Calister (left) presents a prize to newsletter children's competition winner Nikita Kench (right), who got to design the top of the 30th anniversary cake for the awards. Also pictured is Nikita's mum (centre)

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Abbotsmead to Keith Clark

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Barrow Island to Allan McIntosh

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Central to (l-r) Alan Carter and Maureen Carter

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Dalton to Valerie Atkinson

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Greengate to Andrew Clark and Laura Clark

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Hindpool to Sally Meadows - on behalf of William Meadows

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Margate St to Eleanor Day

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Newbarns to Sandra Jones

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in North Walney to Glen Turner

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Risedale to David Nelson

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Roosegate Stephen Sharkey

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Tummerhill to Agnes Williams

Tony Callister presents the award for the best garden in Vulcan to Mary Kemp

Overall winners - Brenda Craig lifts the Best First Time Award

Mayor of Barrow Tony Callister presents the runner up prize for the Best Estate Award to Mandy Anderson from the Raglan Court estate

Alan Marwood lifts the trophy for the Best Estate Award, for his involvement in Eamont Close

Tony Callister presents Susan Jacques with the Best Vegetable Garden award

Tony Callister presents Graham Smith, former operations manager, with a gift of thanks

Susan Jacques winner of the Best Vegetable Garden Award, Agnes Williams winner of the Best Flower Garden Award and Brenda Craig winner of the Best First Time Award

Alan Carter (Central), Stephen Sharkey (Roosegate), David Nelson (Risedale) and Keith Clark

 Overall winners (l-r) Maisy Hill, Lucie Wyers, Joseph Ducie and Finlay White from South Walney Infant and Nursery School Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Overall winners (l-r) Maisy Hill, Lucie Wyers, Joseph Ducie and Finlay White from South Walney Infant and Nursery School Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Proud gardeners collect awards at Barrow ceremony
PROUD gardeners of all ages collected awards at a Barrow awards ceremony.

Natural riches: A cement works on Limestone Island in Whangarei Harbour SUBMITTED geology-sep-22

Long story: Mount Hikurangi was formed 1.23m years ago SUBMITTED geology-sep-22

 Natural riches: A cement works on Limestone Island in Whangarei Harbour SUBMITTED geology-sep-22
Natural riches: A cement works on Limestone Island in Whangarei Harbour SUBMITTED geology-sep-22
Furness geology group opens new season of talks at Dalton Castle
THE rocks and minerals of Furness have played a long and vital role in the growth and development of our towns and villages.

Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness

MILTON HAWORTH

Mr Reliable: Millom's Ian Cummings

Switching position: Hawcoat skipper Brad Morrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Furness and Millom ready to lock horns in derby tussle
FURNESS go in tomorrow's home derby against Millom licking their wounds after a frustrating day at Upper Eden.

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Ulverston man to face trial after denying assault charges
AN Ulverston man will face trial after denying two charges of assault by beating.

Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto. The opening ceremony of the Games takes place on Saturday (September 23).

Invictus Games Toronto 2017 - Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, of Dalton.

The Invictus Games UK Team

Sgt Ralph Merry ABIPP RAF/MoD Crown Copyright/PA Wire

Army sergeant Kevin Kell and his daughter Faith, two

Prince Harry talks to UK wheelchair volleyball team member Charlie Walker at the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida

Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto. The opening ceremony of the Games takes place on Saturday (September 23).

Kevin Kell ,who will be competing at the Invictus Games MILTON HAWORTH

Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games MILTON HAWORTH

Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games MILTON HAWORTH

A scan showing army sergeant Kevin Kell's brain tumour before surgery

Army sergeant Kevin Kell, of Dalton, has been selected for the Invictus Games in Toronto, he is pictured with his daughter Faith

Army sergeant Kevin Kell

Army sergeant Kevin Kell

Army sergeant Kevin Kell, of Dalton, who has been selected for the Invictus Games in Toronto

Charlie Walker who will be competing in the Invictus games in Orlando

Charlie Walker in action at the wheelchair rugby at a previous Invictus Games

Team Walker, from left, Charles Walker, Edith Walker, Charlie Walker and Kirsten Walker

Charlie Walker, of Dalton, who has been selected for the Invictus Games in Toronto

Prince Harry with the UK Invictus Games Team at the Tower of London. Elsdon man Ken Hargreaves, front, introduces his assistance dog, Fred

PO Phot Owen Cooban

Prince Harry speaks to competitors at the UK team trials for the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 at the University of Bath Sports Training Village in Bath

Tobias Ellwood (left) speaks to some of the athletes from the 90-strong team of wounded, injured and sick military personnel and veterans representing the UK before they depart from Heathrow Airport for the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto

 Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto. The opening ceremony of the Games takes place on Saturday (September 23).
Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto. The opening ceremony of the Games takes place on Saturday (September 23).
Inspirational Dalton heroes fly out to Toronto Invictus Games with the UK Team
TWO inspirational Dalton heroes have flown out to the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 with the 90-strong Invictus UK team.

Barrow Bid

Big Clean 2016 logo

Love Barrow Town Centre logo

Bid partners signing, from left, Simon Craig, chairman of Barrow Bid, John Woodcock MP, Tracey Ingham of Cumbria County Council, Sheenah Alcock of The Mail, Phil Huck of Barrow Borough Council LEANNE BOLGER

Community spirit: Phil Collier JON GRANGER

 Barrow Bid
Barrow Bid
Barrow businesses pull together in a bid to clean up town centre streets
IT'S a dirty business that needs honest workers prepared to get cracking to make their town a better place to live in and one worth visiting.

Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station

 Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station
Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station
10 YEARS AGO
Ulverston councillors discussed calls for a 20mph limit in the town centre.

Message: Inspector Jim Bailey, pictured at Barrow Police Station LINDSEY DICKINGS

Role: Inspector Jim Bailey, leader of Barrow's new neighbourhood policing team LINDSEY DICKINGS

Priorities: Inspector Jim Bailey, who has been with Cumbria Constabulary since 2009 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Message: Inspector Jim Bailey, pictured at Barrow Police Station LINDSEY DICKINGS
Message: Inspector Jim Bailey, pictured at Barrow Police Station LINDSEY DICKINGS
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow inspector urges public to back up community support officers
THE public must give their backing to police community support officers to help tackle crime, says the leader of Barrow's new neighbourhood policing team.

Hearing: The Old Bailey

 Hearing: The Old Bailey
Hearing: The Old Bailey
Barrow teen to appear at the Old Bailey today to answer terror charges
A TEENAGER accused of planning a terrorist attack on a gay pride event in Barrow is due to appear at the Old Bailey this morning (21).

Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

Alternative: The Nopylons offshore route plan from Selker Bay to Walney and south Roose

Action: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

Message: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

Controversy: Pylons

Mission: Furness Against Giant Pylons march, which took place on New Year's Day

JON GRANGER

 Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Members of Nopylons Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett, Ireleth, Wednesday 7th December 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
South Cumbria anti-pylon campaigners accuse National Grid of 'underlying tactic of obstructiveness'
A SOUTH Cumbria anti-pylons group has accused National Grid of an "underlying tactic of obstructiveness" for "withholding" the consultation feedback of more than 8,000 residents eight months down the line.

Children from Dalton schools placing their crosses in the grounds of St Mary's Church, Dalton, on Holy Cross Day in 2007

 Children from Dalton schools placing their crosses in the grounds of St Mary's Church, Dalton, on Holy Cross Day in 2007
Children from Dalton schools placing their crosses in the grounds of St Mary's Church, Dalton, on Holy Cross Day in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Ulverston councillors discussed calls for a 20mph limit in the town centre.

Smashed: Damage to Vision Express in Ulverston following the lantern festival

Jonathan Rees

 Smashed: Damage to Vision Express in Ulverston following the lantern festival Jonathan Rees
Smashed: Damage to Vision Express in Ulverston following the lantern festival Jonathan Rees
Drunk Barrow teens tarnish Ulverston Lantern festival
A POLICEWOMAN was assaulted and four arrests made after dozens of drunk teenagers began causing havoc following a town festival.

Building bigger: In 2007 the foundation stone was laid for the Bechshaw Wing at Staveley House Residential Care Home, in Greystone Lane, Dalton

 Building bigger: In 2007 the foundation stone was laid for the Bechshaw Wing at Staveley House Residential Care Home, in Greystone Lane, Dalton
Building bigger: In 2007 the foundation stone was laid for the Bechshaw Wing at Staveley House Residential Care Home, in Greystone Lane, Dalton
10 YEARS AGO
Ulverston councillors discussed calls for a 20mph limit in the town centre.

Fine time: Tiffany Walmsley is studying at Edinburgh

Big experience: Will Adams is a second-year student at Lancaster University

Stress: Jordan Louise Smith moved away from Barrow last year to study BSc accounting and finance

MILTON HAWORTH

Be prepared for everything that university life will throw at you

PA Photo/Thinkstockphotos

 Fine time: Tiffany Walmsley is studying at Edinburgh
Fine time: Tiffany Walmsley is studying at Edinburgh
VIDEO: University challenged? All your freshers' week worries answered
MANY of you or your children will be getting ready to start university or may have already started in the past couple of weeks.

Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Smoke: The Sinkfall Farm fire SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Widespread: Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors CHRIS WEST

Damage: Sinkfall Farm barn blaze Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Ablaze: Smoke can be seen pouring from Sinkfall Farm SUBMITTED PICTURE

Chief: South Cumbria operational commander Stuart Dolan at Barrow Fire Station LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Fire crews heaped with praised for "wonderful" work tackling Barrow farm blaze and other incidents
PRAISE has been heaped on the "wonderful" work of multiple fire crews who tackled a significant Barrow farm blaze and then subsequent incidents that evening.
More News