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Monument: The Barrow cemetery memorial to James Gall, believed to have been the last survivor from the shipwreck of the SS Forfarshire in 1838

BILL MYERS

 Monument: The Barrow cemetery memorial to James Gall, believed to have been the last survivor from the shipwreck of the SS Forfarshire in 1838 BILL MYERS
Monument: The Barrow cemetery memorial to James Gall, believed to have been the last survivor from the shipwreck of the SS Forfarshire in 1838 BILL MYERS
Cemetery walks to mark fallen heroes
A SERIES of free walks are taking place across the summer, with one set to commemorate the Great War.

Cases: The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow JON GRANGER

Complaint: James Titcombe, from Dalton, whose son Joshua died following failings in the care he received after his birth at Furness General Hospital

LEANNE BOLGER

 Cases: The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow JON GRANGER
Cases: The maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow JON GRANGER
Families affected by Barrow maternity scandal invited to take part in NMC review
FAMILIES who lost loved ones during a maternity scandal at Barrow's hospital are being urged to become involved in a review of the organisation that decides whether midwives are safe to practice in the UK.

Sentence: Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Sentence: Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Sentence: Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Barrow repeat offender’s second jail term after admitting phone threats
A REPEAT Barrow offender already serving time for a violent crime has been handed a hefty bill after pleading guilty to a charge he had formerly denied.

A film showing of the Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, will be shown at Dalton Community Centre in August.

Children's favourite: The Wind in the Willows

 A film showing of the Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, will be shown at Dalton Community Centre in August.
A film showing of the Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, will be shown at Dalton Community Centre in August.
Wind in the Willows at Dalton Community Centre
CHILDREN can enjoy a free screening of an animated classic at Dalton Community Centre this summer.

Top dog: Andy Thornton leads the BIG Smash JON GRANGER

Drawing power: Stewart Turnbull ended Any Thornton's 100 per cent run JON GRANGER

 Top dog: Andy Thornton leads the BIG Smash JON GRANGER
Top dog: Andy Thornton leads the BIG Smash JON GRANGER
Thornton earns draw to retain lead in Big Smash
ANDY Thornton continues to lead the BIG Smash Bowling League, but only after a dramatic draw against Stewart Turnbull.

Northern Rail pacer units at Lancaster

 Northern Rail pacer units at Lancaster
Northern Rail pacer units at Lancaster
Cancellation causes misery for Barrow commuters
TWO evening trains have been cancelled causing misery for commuters tonight (July 11).

Luck gone: Edwin Mason was injured several times before being killed in action in 1917 SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Resting place: Barrow soldier Edwin Mason is buried at Brown's Copse Cemetery, Rouex SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Artillery man: Cartmel casualty Joseph Huddlestone SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Iron miner: Dalton soldier Willie Clark SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Teenager: Barrow soldier Roland Shepherd died aged just 18 SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Remembered: Wancourt British Cemetery is the burial place of Willie Clark SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Foreign field: Ste Catherine British Cemetery is the burial place of Joseph Huddleston SUBMITTED update-jul-11

Monument: Barrow's Roland Shephered is named on the Thiepval Memorial to the missing SUBMITTED update-jul-11

 Luck gone: Edwin Mason was injured several times before being killed in action in 1917 SUBMITTED update-jul-11
Luck gone: Edwin Mason was injured several times before being killed in action in 1917 SUBMITTED update-jul-11
Barrow soldier ran out of luck after being wounded and gassed
PRIVATE soldier Edwin Mason survived wounds to the eye, forearm and hand - and being gassed - before being killed in action on April 10 in 1917 while serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers.

Driven to dance: Dowdales pupils Year 8 Thea Docker, Year 10 Patrick King and Year 8 Erin Pennington who are taking part in the British Grand Prix event on Saturday

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On track: Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton

Photo: AP Photo/Darko Bandic

 Driven to dance: Dowdales pupils Year 8 Thea Docker, Year 10 Patrick King and Year 8 Erin Pennington who are taking part in the British Grand Prix event on Saturday SUBMITTED
Driven to dance: Dowdales pupils Year 8 Thea Docker, Year 10 Patrick King and Year 8 Erin Pennington who are taking part in the British Grand Prix event on Saturday SUBMITTED
Young Dalton dancers revved up to perform at the British Grand Prix
A GROUP of youngsters will entertain crowds at a major sporting event this weekend.

Grateful: Transplant recipient Stephen Hancock, from Bootle

LEANNE BOLGER

 Grateful: Transplant recipient Stephen Hancock, from Bootle LEANNE BOLGER
Grateful: Transplant recipient Stephen Hancock, from Bootle LEANNE BOLGER
Organ donation 'is the gift of life', Cumbrian recipient says
EATING an orange and being able to turn over in bed at night have become luxuries in life for one of Cumbria's transplant recipients following 'life transforming' surgery.

Cut above: Vickerstown's Andy Janes LINDSEY DICKINGS

Evans above: Robbie Evans bowls for Haverigg LINDSEY DICKINGS

On his toes: Isaac Whitehall LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pace attack: Thomas Hawdon LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Matt Roskell Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Andy Janes sends the ball back into the hands of wicket keeper Drew Postlethwaite (not a wicket) Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Andy Janes Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Isaac Whitehall Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Robbie Evans Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Isaac Whitehall Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Isaac Whitehall Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Thomas Howdon Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Matt Roskell Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

CRICKET --- Vickerstown (batting) v Haverigg (fielding) // Pictured: Andy Janes Saturday 8th July 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Cut above: Vickerstown's Andy Janes LINDSEY DICKINGS
Cut above: Vickerstown's Andy Janes LINDSEY DICKINGS
Polius pounces as Haverigg vanquish Vickerstown
HAVERIGG kept in touch with the leading bunch in the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One with a five-wicket win at Rainey Park.

Furness General Hospital

 Furness General Hospital
Furness General Hospital
Hospital bosses apologise and launch investigation after vulnerable man goes AWOL from FGH in Barrow
A CONCERNED member of the public was forced to call 999 after spotting a vulnerable and confused patient wandering the streets near to Furness General Hospital in Barrow.

Walk to remember 2017. The 700 strong crowd get warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Time for a selfie at the half way point. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017 wends its way down the A590 en route to Furness College. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Natalie Marie Cheetham from Dalton gets blue glitter from Jess O'Neill from Ulverston before the walk. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017 wends its way down the A590 en route to Furness College. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Walkers are marshalled across the A590 at Crooklands roundabout. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to Remember 2017, Pictured: Mandy Berry, (front with rucksack) and family and friends who were walking in memory of Mandy's late mum Christine Berry. NATALIE CHAPPLES

Walk to Remember 2017. Pictured; Heather Ellison (centre), with daughter Michelle Fawcett (right) and friend Jackie Boow with their Jack Russell terriers. The ladies walked in memory of Derek Ellison, Mrs Ellison's late husband and Mrs Fawcett's late dad. NATALIE CHAPPLES

Enjoying a laugh on the A590 during the Walk to remember 2017. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

A quick pit stop on the Marton Road during The Walk to remember 2017. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

The Walk to Remember 2017 heads towards the A590 at Cross A Moor from the Leisure Centre in Ulverston. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

A quick pit stop on the Marton Road during The Walk to remember 2017. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

A quick pit stop on the Marton Road during The Walk to remember 2017. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

The Walk to Remember 2017 sets off from the Leisure Centre in Ulverston. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Mel Dixon form St Mary's Hospice gets the crowds on their way. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

A quick pit stop on the Marton Road during The Walk to remember 2017. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. 11 year old Luke Johnston gets ready to walk in memory of his grandad. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Rachael ASkew gets her staffie "Honor" ready for the trek. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Rachael ASkew gets her staffie "Honor" ready for the trek. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017 wends its way down the A590 en route to Furness College. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

The Walk to Remember 2017 sets off from the Leisure Centre in Ulverston. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Fitness instructor Claire Tonkin gets the 700 strong crowd warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Fitness instructor Claire Tonkin gets the 700 strong crowd warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Jo's Angels team 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Pretty in Pink! The Sir John Barrow Monument swathed in pink light

in honour of those taking part in the Walk to Remember orgainised by St Mary's Hospice MILTON HAWORTH.

The Walk to Remember 2017 sets off from the Leisure Centre in Ulverston. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to Remember 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Lily Lashmar-Mackintosh warams up for the 9 mile walk on her hula-hoop. . 7th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Remembering Ron Crawford Left to right: Ebony Garnett, Jodie Crawford, Ron's wife Lisa Crawford, Leanne Lomax and Charlotte Crawford. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to Remember 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017 wends its way down the A590 en route to Furness College. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to Remember 2017 MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to Remember 2017 MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. Fund raising aministrator at The Hospice Cathryn Hopkins checks in a team organiser at the registration in Ulverston Leisure Centre. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

Walk to remember 2017. The 700 strong crowd get warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.

 Walk to remember 2017. The 700 strong crowd get warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.
Walk to remember 2017. The 700 strong crowd get warmed up on the astro turf. 7th July 2107. MILTON HAWORTH.
Hospice's Walk to Remember event creates sea of pink from Ulverston to Barrow - photo gallery
WALKERS created a sea of pink along the A590 from Ulverston to Barrow as they walked to support a charity and remember their loved ones and friends.

David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap

The sauna room

Map room

Hadrian bedroom

Corbridge bedroom

The main bathroom

 David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap
David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap
Wall to wall luxury for party people
A boutique guest house in Brampton combines original features with contemporary style.

Opening day at The Entertainer, in Dalton Road, Barrow. Lego Ninjago characters Kia and Lloyd with store manager Rachel Williamson (left), staff member Shannon Taylor (right) and children Abigail Williamson- Woodburn, 10, (back) and (left to right) Charlotte Thomason, four, Dylan MacDonald, three, Thomas Treen, three, and Charlie Osborne, five.

Opening day at The Entertainer, in Dalton Road, Barrow. Lego Ninjago characters Kia and Lloyd with store manager Rachel Williamson (left), staff member Shannon Taylor (right) and children Abigail Williamson- Woodburn, 10, (back) and (left to right) Dylan MacDonald, three, Thomas Treen, three, and Charlie Osborne, five.

 Opening day at The Entertainer, in Dalton Road, Barrow. Lego Ninjago characters Kia and Lloyd with store manager Rachel Williamson (left), staff member Shannon Taylor (right) and children Abigail Williamson- Woodburn, 10, (back) and (left to right) Charlotte Thomason, four, Dylan MacDonald, three, Thomas Treen, three, and Charlie Osborne, five.
Opening day at The Entertainer, in Dalton Road, Barrow. Lego Ninjago characters Kia and Lloyd with store manager Rachel Williamson (left), staff member Shannon Taylor (right) and children Abigail Williamson- Woodburn, 10, (back) and (left to right) Charlotte Thomason, four, Dylan MacDonald, three, Thomas Treen, three, and Charlie Osborne, five.
New Barrow toy store enjoys busy opening day
A NEW Barrow toy store is enjoying a busy opening day - with items flying off the shelves.

Supplies: food donationa are urgently required

 Supplies: food donationa are urgently required
Supplies: food donationa are urgently required
Foodbank shopping list
URGENTLY needed items for the foodbank include; UHT fruit juice, tinned fruit, jam, sponge puddings, tea bags and coffee.

Horse power: This picture was taken around 1914 by a photographer from the Romney Studio at Dalton Road in Barrow. It shows what looks to be a cart entered in a Furness agricultural show SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

Two wheels: A motorcycle of around 1930 with the distinctive Barrow registration number EO3719 SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

On show: A Vickers pattern makers' cart for an Edwardian Barrow Hospitals Parade SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

Going places: The destination is the British Cellophane factory on Park Road on this vintage Barrow Corporation cloth bus blind SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

Another era: Barrow Corporation buses at the Hindpool depot, including a Leyland Titan double decker SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

Cheap travel: A 10p timetable from 1980 for bus services offered by Barrow Transport SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

Show time: A decorated wagon for the 1934 Barrow carnival parade from the boiler department at Vickers SUBMITTED transport-jul-07

 Horse power: This picture was taken around 1914 by a photographer from the Romney Studio at Dalton Road in Barrow. It shows what looks to be a cart entered in a Furness agricultural show SUBMITTED transport-jul-07
Horse power: This picture was taken around 1914 by a photographer from the Romney Studio at Dalton Road in Barrow. It shows what looks to be a cart entered in a Furness agricultural show SUBMITTED transport-jul-07
Vintage transport treasures on the roads of Furness
A CENTURY ago petrol and diesel-powered buses were a pretty new sight on the roads of Furness.

New store: Staff at The Entertainer which opens tomorrow. From left, Laura Brown, Deane Swale, Lisa Thompson, Jack Hayes, Emily Skinner-James, Sarah Martakies, Rachel Williamson and Shannon Taylor LEANNE BOLGER

Opportunity: Ella-May Logan LEANNE BOLGER

Variety: Harry Andrews LEANNE BOLGER

In the driving seat: Isaac Wadiun LEANNE BOLGER

Happy: Alfie McLeese LEANNE BOLGER

New friend: Rachel Reeves LEANNE BOLGER

 New store: Staff at The Entertainer which opens tomorrow. From left, Laura Brown, Deane Swale, Lisa Thompson, Jack Hayes, Emily Skinner-James, Sarah Martakies, Rachel Williamson and Shannon Taylor LEANNE BOLGER
New store: Staff at The Entertainer which opens tomorrow. From left, Laura Brown, Deane Swale, Lisa Thompson, Jack Hayes, Emily Skinner-James, Sarah Martakies, Rachel Williamson and Shannon Taylor LEANNE BOLGER
Lucky children enjoy chance to look round new Barrow toy store
A TOY shop set to open tomorrow allowed five lucky children the chance to have a look around the store and play with its goodies.

Sentencing: Furness Magistrates' Court

 Sentencing: Furness Magistrates' Court
Sentencing: Furness Magistrates' Court
Dalton man banned from keeping animals after dog abuse
A DOG abuser has been banned from keeping animals after horrifying members of the public when he lashed out at his pet with his foot.

Familiar face: Former Barrow Raiders player Liam Campbell is set to face Ulverston tomorrow TOM KAY

Impressed: Barrow Island's Ian Irvine JON GRANGER

Return: Askam's Russ Bolton LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Familiar face: Former Barrow Raiders player Liam Campbell is set to face Ulverston tomorrow TOM KAY
Familiar face: Former Barrow Raiders player Liam Campbell is set to face Ulverston tomorrow TOM KAY
Former Barrow Raiders club-mates clash as Ulverston host Hensingham
A FAMILIAR face will be in action at Dragley Beck tomorrow when Uiverston host Hensingham in the Cumbria League.

Millom band Natterjack (photo by Leanne Bolger)

 Millom band Natterjack (photo by Leanne Bolger)
Millom band Natterjack (photo by Leanne Bolger)
Natterjack come out of hibernation for Barrow headline set
FUNK rockers Natterjack lead the line-up at The Derby on Friday July 14.

The Toledo Mud Hens (photo by Milton Haworth)

Sound man Pete Downing (photo by Milton Haworth)

Drummer Matty Pearson (photo by Milton Haworth)

 The Toledo Mud Hens (photo by Milton Haworth)
The Toledo Mud Hens (photo by Milton Haworth)
Furness rockers "buzzing" for sound man's return
THE Toledo Mud Hens had been close to calling it quits had their long-term sound man not returned for next week's live appearance.

Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling discusses issues on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison. Photo: MIKE McKENZIE

Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, during a visit to Barrow ahead of June's general election. Photo: LEANNE BOLGER

 Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling discusses issues on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison. Photo: MIKE McKENZIE
Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling discusses issues on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison. Photo: MIKE McKENZIE
Notorious Cumbria road is 'top of priority list' for improvements, transport minister claims
IMPROVEMENTS to a vital arterial route linking north and south Cumbria remain top of the government's 'roads priority list', transport secretary Chris Grayling has claimed.

Former MP: Lembit Öpik

Romance: Lembit Öpik with Cheeky Girl Gabriela Irimia

TV: Lembit Öpik as one of the contestants in I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

 Former MP: Lembit Öpik
Former MP: Lembit Öpik
Former MP Lembit Öpik revs Dalton motorbike rally into action
A CUMBRIAN motorcycle group are hoping to rev up support for bikers when their rally next weekend is attended by former MP and I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star Lembit Öpik.

Era ends: Display cases ready to be emptied when the town museum above the Ramsden Square library closed around 1992 EM ARCHIVE stone-jul-06

Mystery surrounds: The Dalton stone head was last noted as being stored in the basement at Barrow Central Library SUBMITTED stone-jul-06

Origin: The Dalton stone head could have been part of the decoration at Furness Abbey SUBMITTED stone-jul-06

both sides of an Edward III quarter noble gold coin similar to a pair found in Barrow in 1904 SUBMITTED stone-jul-06

Ancient money: A tiny coin called a styca from the reign of Eanred SUBMITTED stone-jul-06

History store: Barrow Museum curator David Hughes in October 1988 EM ARCHIVE stone-jul-06

 Era ends: Display cases ready to be emptied when the town museum above the Ramsden Square library closed around 1992 EM ARCHIVE stone-jul-06
Era ends: Display cases ready to be emptied when the town museum above the Ramsden Square library closed around 1992 EM ARCHIVE stone-jul-06
What happened to Dalton's medieval stone head after Barrow museum closed?
THE mystery has deepened about what happened to a centuries-old carved stone head which was dug up by a schoolboy in a Dalton garden in 1949

Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

Photo: OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow Photo: OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow Photo: OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Barrow teen to face assault trial
A BARROW teenager has denied assaulting a girl on two separate occasions.

Looking back: A plan of Barrow docks from the Barrow Herald in 1877 which features in an exhibition at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Library SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

Old trades: The shop of Jonathan Brooks, a hatter in Forshaw Street, Barrow, around 1900. This is from a Furness Railway book on show at the archive open evening SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

New book: The cover of Alan Wilkinson's The Beer Houses Barrow in Furness which is being launched next week SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

Finding out: This curious object is one of the picture clues in a junior quiz linked to Barrow's 150th birthday SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

Locked up A plan, probably of the 1930s, for police cells and courts on the Jute Works site, near Ramsden Square, Barrow. This forms part of an exhibition at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Library SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

Looking back: A plan of the old Barrow Village in 1843 which is part of an exhibition at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Library SUBMITTED archive-jul-05

 Looking back: A plan of Barrow docks from the Barrow Herald in 1877 which features in an exhibition at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Library SUBMITTED archive-jul-05
Looking back: A plan of Barrow docks from the Barrow Herald in 1877 which features in an exhibition at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Library SUBMITTED archive-jul-05
Exhibition, quizzes and book launch help mark Barrow's 150th birthday
THERE is plenty going on at Barrow Archives and Local Studies Centre this summer to mark 150 years since the incorporation of the town as a self-governing borough.

Selfie: Katie Ellison, of Ulverston, with award-winning working hunter Roxy JON GRANGER

Team: Zara Clough, of Marton, on Taffy JON GRANGER

Glory: Supreme of show winners Mollie Mae Jeffrey, of Ulverston, with Apollo and supreme of show judge, Jayne Pimbley Cartmell, of Lancashire KEITH ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY

Emotional win: Sara Tyson with Roxy KEITH ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY

Smart: Twelve-year-old Eve Bagley, of Barrow, with her pony Mystic Dream JON GRANGER

Well turned out: Karen Hanks, of Ulverston JON GRANGER

On the move: Vicky Eastham, of Barrow, on Fergie JON GRANGER

Jumping: Bethany Wilson, of Barrow JON GRANGER

 Selfie: Katie Ellison, of Ulverston, with award-winning working hunter Roxy JON GRANGER
Selfie: Katie Ellison, of Ulverston, with award-winning working hunter Roxy JON GRANGER
Riders in the ribbons at Ulverston club's successful sash day
HAPPY riders were in the ribbons at a South Cumbria equine club's busiest show of the year.

Daniel Barker

 Daniel Barker
Daniel Barker
Barrow man jailed for 10 years for vicious scissor stabbing ' will now pay for what's done' - police
A MAN who stabbed another man in Barrow town centre with a pair of scissors in front of horrified shoppers has been jailed for 10 years.

Club legend: Mike McParland Snr, a Barrow Celtic stalwart

Those were the days: The Barrow Celtic Under-16s team from 1953/54, which won the Barrow and District Junior Football League title at the first attempt. They are (back, from left): Tony Halse Billy Russell, Jimmy Strickland, John Doherty, Brian Skivington and Bernard Lennon. Front: Brian Crowe, Mike McParland, Brendon McKenna, Danny Mulholland and Billy Daly SUBMITTED

Tribute: The Barrow Celtic shirts with Mike McParland's name on which will be worn by the club's under-sevens team next season SUBMITTED

Celtic servants: From left: Mike McParland, Peter Chisholm and Dennis Boyd at the 75th Anniversary dinner for Barrow Celtic in 2009 JOE RILEY

 Club legend: Mike McParland Snr, a Barrow Celtic stalwart
Club legend: Mike McParland Snr, a Barrow Celtic stalwart
Tributes to Barrow Celtic footballing legend Mike McParland
A LEGEND of Furness football, Mike McParland Snr, has died. He was 79.

Bid for perfection: Finishing touches being made to The Entertainer's store in Barrow

 Bid for perfection: Finishing touches being made to The Entertainer's store in Barrow
Bid for perfection: Finishing touches being made to The Entertainer's store in Barrow
Five lucky youngsters picked to be toy testers at Barrow's newest toy shop
AFTER hundreds of you entered our competition to be exclusive toy testers at The Entertainer ahead of its grand opening we can now finally reveal the five lucky winners.