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Big Clean 2016

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Winner: Phil Collier with the Ambassador of the Year trophy at the Love Barrow Community Awards JON GRANGER

 Big Clean 2016
Big Clean 2016
Town team takes to the streets of Barrow for Big Clean
THERE will be a lot of TLC given out this week as the bid to clean up a town continues.

Creepy crawlies: Sam Naylor, Maria Guselli and Alicia Morrow take a look at a tarantula during a visit from Zoolab at Barrow Library in 2007

 Creepy crawlies: Sam Naylor, Maria Guselli and Alicia Morrow take a look at a tarantula during a visit from Zoolab at Barrow Library in 2007
Creepy crawlies: Sam Naylor, Maria Guselli and Alicia Morrow take a look at a tarantula during a visit from Zoolab at Barrow Library in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Almost 23,000 school days in Cumbria were lost due to "unauthorised absence" in only one term, new figures revealed.

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Bill Maddrick of the leisure centre with members of the centre's junior Rookie lifeguard course who have passed their life saving certificates in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Keeping fit in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Dalton Mayor Margaret Helm cuts the ribbon on the Dalton Flyer climbing frame installed in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Youngsters enjoying the infatables in 1994. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Celebrating their 10th anniversary in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Formere Evening Mail reporter Jannifer Burt takes part in a diving course in 1994. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Celebrating their 10th anniversary in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Bill Maddrick of the leisure centre with members of the centre's junior Rookie lifeguard course who have passed their life saving certificates in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Debbie Smith and Susan Millington with youngsters Jamei, Laura, Natalie, Rebecca and Joanne haveing a picnic after their swim in 1991. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Dalton Mayor Ann Coward and Mrs Joyce Higgin unveil a plaque to the memory of Tommy the Pigeon IN 1995. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

Princess Margaret visits Dalton Leisure Centre in 1987 EM ARCHIVE roads-jun-08

 NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Bill Maddrick of the leisure centre with members of the centre's junior Rookie lifeguard course who have passed their life saving certificates in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
NOSTALGIA - DALTON LEISURE CENTRE --- Bill Maddrick of the leisure centre with members of the centre's junior Rookie lifeguard course who have passed their life saving certificates in 1997. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
IN PICTURES: 30 years of Dalton Leisure Centre
A FACILITY which sits at the heart of the community today celebrates its 30th anniversary.

Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER

The White stuff: Andrew Whiteford on the ball for GSK Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

Got it: Ulverston's Chris Bolton wins the ball among the Askam defence LEANNE BOLGER

On the attack: Askam United's Kris McLean pushes forward against Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

In control: Sam Purslow on the ball for Askam United LEANNE BOLGER

Superfly: Ross Walker goes aerial for Askam United against GSK Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

 Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER
Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Nothing to separate Ulverston and Askam
GSK Ulverston Rangers and Askam United played out an entertaining six-goal encounter in West Lancs Division One.

Martin Plummer from the Police Federation

Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

Deputy Chief Constable Michelle Skeer

The former police station at Welsh Road, Harraby, Carlisle

 Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Police in Cumbria "running for the exits" - with one in 10 set to quit
Nearly one in 10 police officers in Cumbria say they are poised to quit the force - with a union chief warning they are "running for the exits".

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE 12.30pm: Fire crews stop blaze at Sinkfall Farm
FIRE crews can now confirm the blaze that broke out yesterday at a local farm has been put out.

Steep descent: A map published in 1850 showing Ireleth Hill SUBMITTED ireleth-sep-16

Making money: The Furness Year Book for 1905 records shops and businesses in towns and villages SUBMITTED ireleth-sep-16

 Steep descent: A map published in 1850 showing Ireleth Hill SUBMITTED ireleth-sep-16
Steep descent: A map published in 1850 showing Ireleth Hill SUBMITTED ireleth-sep-16
Cycling vicar crashed through Furness garden gate on way home from funeral
HOW to make use of the historic treasures held by Barrow Archive and Local Studies Collection is the topic of a talk on Thursday, September 21.

Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007

 Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Bus services in South Cumbria faced reduction due to a planned cut is subsidies from Cumbria County Council. One service under threat was the X35 Kendal to Barrow route.

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE: Crews still working at Sinkfall Farm early this morning
CUMBRIA Fire and Rescue Service tweeted early this morning that fire crews were still working to tackle the blaze that broke out at a local barn yesterday.

Young talent: Cumbria's Jake Carter JON GRANGER

Walney lad: Adam Ford is in the Cumbria squad LINDSEY DICKINGS

Familiar face: Scotland under-19s head coach Anthony Atherton

 Young talent: Cumbria's Jake Carter JON GRANGER
Young talent: Cumbria's Jake Carter JON GRANGER
Scotland and Cumbria Under-19s go head-to-head in Barrow
ANTHONY Atherton is looking forward to a return to his old stamping ground when Scotland Under-19s take on their Cumbrian counterparts at Craven Park tomorrow (kick-off 11.30am).

Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow

Blaze: Smoke from the fire CHRIS WEST

Emergency: Smoke from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm

 Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
UPDATED 7.45pm: Work continues into the evening to control barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
FIREFIGHTERS in Barrow this evening continued with efforts to bring a barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane under control.

Popular event: Ulverston Lantern Festival

Harry Atkinson

 Popular event: Ulverston Lantern Festival
Harry Atkinson
Popular event: Ulverston Lantern Festival
Sparks fly over Ulverston Lantern Festival relocation
ORGANISERS of the Ulverston Lantern Festival took a dim view of Ford Park team's "lack of judgement" when planning for a major event.

Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007

 Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A graffiti vandal damaged at least 86 Barrow cars, which would cost up to £100,000 in repair bills.

Flying start: Danny Pattinson, pictured playing for Holker Old Boys, has enjoyed a strong start as Millom manager MILTON HAWORTH

Family affair: Danny's brother Jamie Pattinson CHRIS WEST

Goal machine: Carl Waters CHRIS WEST

 Flying start: Danny Pattinson, pictured playing for Holker Old Boys, has enjoyed a strong start as Millom manager MILTON HAWORTH
Flying start: Danny Pattinson, pictured playing for Holker Old Boys, has enjoyed a strong start as Millom manager MILTON HAWORTH
Danny Pattinson on cloud nine after leading Millom to magnificent seven
THE opportunity to take his first steps in management may have come sooner than expected for Danny Pattinson, yet he could hardly have asked for a better start to life in the dugout at Millom.

Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Skipper: Jamie Hardman captains Windermere in their opener at Whitehaven CHRIS WEST.

New club: Former Ambleside man Alfie White has joined Hawcoat Park CHRIS WEST

 Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness and Windermere kick-off Cumbria League season
FURNESS and Windermere kick off their Cumbria League campaigns on the road tomorrow.

Haddock burger at The Townhouse

Hummus and crudités at The Townhouse

Ribs at The Townhouse

Inside The Townhouse

Mediterranean vegetable pizza at The Townhouse

 Haddock burger at The Townhouse
Haddock burger at The Townhouse
REVIEW: Wood you believe it? No plates at The Townhouse
THERE is a group on Twitter called We Want Plates - a self-professed global campaign against the daft things restaurants use for serving food.

Mission The Love Barrow Town Centre group logo

Promises: Barrow businesses sign a town centre pledge in the Abbey Road offices of The Mail In August. From left, Simon Craig, chairman of Barrow Bid, John Woodcock MP, Tracey Ingham of Cumbria County Council, Sheenah Alcock of The Mail, and Phil Huck of Barrow Borough Council LEANNE BOLGER

Objectives: Barrow Bid

Emblem: The Big Clean

 Mission The Love Barrow Town Centre group logo
Mission The Love Barrow Town Centre group logo
Group aims to restore pride in Barrow town centre
IF you want to show how much you love your town, you will want to help keep it clean.

Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in The Albion in Barrow on Sunday

 Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in The Albion in Barrow on Sunday
Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in The Albion in Barrow on Sunday
Man hospitalised following Barrow bar attack
A SERIOUS assault saw a man hospitalised with facial injuries after he was attacked in a Barrow pub.

New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007

 New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007
New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow Raiders went into the end-of-season play-offs with a 30 points to four rugby league win against Featherstone at Craven Park.

Hot shot: Liam Conroy on his way to stopping Steve Cooper to win the Northern Area light-heavyweight - one of four stpppage wins in his last five fights Louis Dawson

History man: England's Jimmy Anderson celebrates after bowling West Indies' Kraigg Brathwaite to take his 500th Test wicket PA

Cup of joy: Barrow Raiders after winning the League One Cup Stephen Gaunt/Touchlinepics.com

 Hot shot: Liam Conroy on his way to stopping Steve Cooper to win the Northern Area light-heavyweight - one of four stpppage wins in his last five fights Louis Dawson
Hot shot: Liam Conroy on his way to stopping Steve Cooper to win the Northern Area light-heavyweight - one of four stpppage wins in his last five fights Louis Dawson
THIS SPORTING LIFE: Liam Conroy finds a knockout formula
THE most striking feature of Liam Conroy’s English title victory was the manner in which he achieved it.

Champions: Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division One champions Ulverston Cons. They are (back, from left): Jeanne Tattersall, Ann Anderson, Sue Allan, Audrey Davidson, Pam Bevins, Gillian Balderstone, Laraine Keating, Joyce Athersmith. Front: Thelma McBratney, Angela Athersmith and Audrey Silvester SUBMITTED

Ann's ace: Furness and District Women's Bowling Leagude Division One merit winner Ann Anderson, of Ulverston Cons SUBMITTED

Moor the Merrier: Ladies Evening Bowling League winners Lindal Moor. Winner of the division was Julie Creighton (captain, third from left) SUBMITTED

 Champions: Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division One champions Ulverston Cons. They are (back, from left): Jeanne Tattersall, Ann Anderson, Sue Allan, Audrey Davidson, Pam Bevins, Gillian Balderstone, Laraine Keating, Joyce Athersmith. Front: Thelma McBratney, Angela Athersmith and Audrey Silvester SUBMITTED
Champions: Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division One champions Ulverston Cons. They are (back, from left): Jeanne Tattersall, Ann Anderson, Sue Allan, Audrey Davidson, Pam Bevins, Gillian Balderstone, Laraine Keating, Joyce Athersmith. Front: Thelma McBratney, Angela Athersmith and Audrey Silvester SUBMITTED
King Alfred seal Division Two title in Furness Women's bowls league
KING Alfred A were crowned Furness and District Women’s Bowling League Division Two champions thanks to a 10-2 victory at Askam A, with Hawcoat Park A finishing as runners-up.

Landmark: Barrow town hall dominates the skyline in this picture taken from Roose

JON GRANGER

Views: Liz Colver

JON GRANGER

Documents: Helen Houston, a senior planning officer at Barrow Borough Council, with Councillor Dave Pidduck

NATALIE CHAPPLES

 Landmark: Barrow town hall dominates the skyline in this picture taken from Roose JON GRANGER
Landmark: Barrow town hall dominates the skyline in this picture taken from Roose JON GRANGER
'Neglected' Dalton town council sets its own course
A FEUD threatens to divide communities after it was claimed a local authority has "neglected" the interests of a town.

Kings of the Castle: World Cup of darts winner Jamie Kempster (left) and Chris Irvine of The Castle submitted

 Kings of the Castle: World Cup of darts winner Jamie Kempster (left) and Chris Irvine of The Castle submitted
Kings of the Castle: World Cup of darts winner Jamie Kempster (left) and Chris Irvine of The Castle submitted
Castle kings Irvine and Kempster win Barrow darts competition
KINGS of the Castle, Chris Irvine and Jamie Kempster, reigned supreme at Barrow’s very own World Cup of Darts.

No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER

Four wickets: Lindal's Craig Crawford

 No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER
No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER
Millom CC crowned North Lancs Division One champions
MILLOM CC are celebrating a double success after clinching the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One crown.

Water baby: Eva Richmond, pictured at a National Baby Swimming Week event at Dalton Leisure Centre last year when she was five months old LEANNE BOLGER

 Water baby: Eva Richmond, pictured at a National Baby Swimming Week event at Dalton Leisure Centre last year when she was five months old LEANNE BOLGER
Water baby: Eva Richmond, pictured at a National Baby Swimming Week event at Dalton Leisure Centre last year when she was five months old LEANNE BOLGER
Swim a length to help save Dalton aquanatal classes
PARENTS are being invited to Dalton Leisure Centre to swim a length of the pool to raise funds in aid of aquanatal classes.

Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007

 Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Some Cumbria County Council staff faced a pay cut as a result of a grading review sparked by an equal-pay claim brought by 3,000 women cooks, cleaners and care workers.

Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER

Winning side: Barrow Celtic's Zak Parker on the ball JON GRANGER

Close control: Kirkby's Sam Pinnegar holds off a challenge JON GRANGER

Celebration: Kirkby scorer Kristian Sharp (left) JON GRANGER

Challenge: Barrow Celtic's Mark Treen JON GRANGER

Attack: Kirkby's Kristian Sharp JON GRANGER

Going forward: Kirkby's Zack Mooney JON GRANGER

Low down: Barrow Celtic's Sean Gardner JON GRANGER

Getting stuck in: Kirkby's Sam Pinnegar JON GRANGER

Focus: Barrow Celtic's Matthew France JON GRANGER

Racing away: Barrow Celtic's Mark Treen JON GRANGER

Strike: Kirkby's Paul Cleasby JON GRANGER

 Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER
Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Barrow Celtic beat Kirkby United in 12-goal thriller
BARROW Celtic beat Kirkby United 8-4 in a Furness Premier League goal-feast at Newby Terrace.

LACEI-MAI age 4 who has just started at Dalton St' Mary's CofE School

Siblings: Sam Lee-Mackenzie, four, starting his first day in Reception at Brisbane Park Infant School, along with his big sister Bethan Lee-Mackenzie, eight, starting in Year Four at St James' CE Junior School

Rogan Barker: Starting at St Columbas Catholic Primary School

Tilly Lawson: Tilly loved starting Reception at Victoria Infant and Nursery School

Sisters: Jacob Rodgers, three, going to Nursery and Olivia Rodgers, five, starting Year One at Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Kacey-Leigh Vaughan, seven: Starting Year Three at St Pius X Catholic Primary School

In uniform: Lewis Archer, five, and Finley Archer, three, starting Victoria Infant and Nursery School

Layton Abernethy: Starting Year Two at South Walney Infant and Nursery School

Kayden-James Hepburn, two: Starting nursery at St George's Little Dragons

Ellie Mai Goodwin Pratt: On her first day back at Happy Tots Pre-School

Patrick Moscrop, four: Starting at Brisbane Park Infant School

Class act: Charlie Mulholland, four, started Reception at Barrow Island Primary School and sister Isabelle Mulhooland, five, started Year One at the school

Moving up: Lucas Ayling, four started Reception and Ryan, eight, has gone into Year Four at Newbarns Primary School

Tyrone Price: Starting Dowdales School

Antony Emerson: Starting Year Four at St James CE Junior School

Big day: Casey-Mae Blowers, eight, and Malachy Blowers, six, starting school this week

School days: Molly Harris, 11, going into Year Seven at St Bernard's Catholic High School, pictured with her brother Ajay Harris, 13, of Year Nine

Amir Bouanba, seven: On his first day at Victoria Academy

Brooklyn-Tyler Brock: Starting Year One at Chapel Street Infant and Nursery School

Tyron-Jai Hook, eight: Going into Year Four at Newbarns Primary School

Harrison Bell, 11: Started Year Seven at St Bernard's Catholic High School

Mason Chambers, three: Started Newbarns Nursery

Academy bound: Cory and Alysha MacPherson starting Victoria Academy, Alysha, nine, started Year Five and Cory, seven, started Year Three

River Fleming: Going into Chetwynde School's Year Six

India Fleming: Going into Chetwynde School's Year Two

Darcey Fitzpatrick: Starting, Year Three at St Paul's CE Junior School

Stephanie Marie Carter, 11: On her first day at Furness Academy

Wrapped up: Sophie-Leigh starting Year Two at St Columbas Catholic Primary School and Kiessa-Marie going to Walney Central Nursery

Bradley Kendall, 10: Returning to St James' CE Junior School

Elliott Kendall, 10: Returning to St James' CE Junior School

Sisters: Keyleigh and Keira ready to start Cambridge Primary School

 LACEI-MAI age 4 who has just started at Dalton St' Mary's CofE School
LACEI-MAI age 4 who has just started at Dalton St' Mary's CofE School
Back to school fun in Furness - photo gallery
WITH backpacks bigger than them, crisp new uniforms, and huge grins, Furness children headed back to school this week.

New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007

 New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Public consultation was to start in October on Cumbria County Council plans for a major shake-up of secondary education in Barrow which would see the creation of a academy.

Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER

Dedication: Angela Kernaghan, who combines working at Happy Tots day care nursery with bringing up her two daughters. The flowers are to let her know how much her daughters and the children appreciate her LEANNE BOLGER

 Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER
Dream job: From left, Charlotte Washington, Aoife Van-Haren, Angela Kernaghan and Amelia Park LEANNE BOLGER
Bouquet of the Week: Nursery nurse's caring nature earns family's floral reward
AS mother to her own two children as well as to those in her care at a nursery, Angela Kernaghan has always been an inspiration to daughters Ashleigh and Rebecca. It led Ashleigh to nominate her mother for the Mail's Bouquet of the Week, SUSAN GOODSON writes
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