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Ryan Bickle, 10, the youngest #iwill campaign ambassador with Good Morning TV presenter Susanna Reid

 Ryan Bickle, 10, the youngest #iwill campaign ambassador with Good Morning TV presenter Susanna Reid
Ryan Bickle, 10, the youngest #iwill campaign ambassador with Good Morning TV presenter Susanna Reid
Barrow boy nominated as Christmas Star
A SELFLESS schoolboy, who is one of the youngest ambassadors in the country for a national campaign, has been nominated to be a Christmas Star.

Barrow Lights switch on event outside Barrow Town Hall in 2014. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Barrow Lights switch on event outside Barrow Town Hall in 2014. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow Lights switch on event outside Barrow Town Hall in 2014. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Cumbria Christmas lights switch-on guide
It's starting to look a lot like Christmas, and from this week onwards towns across Cumbria will have the decorations and lights to match. Here's our guide to the county's big switch-ons taking place over the next few weeks.

WARM WELCOME Martin Aspinwall

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 WARM WELCOME Martin Aspinwall JON GRANGER
WARM WELCOME Martin Aspinwall JON GRANGER
Aspinwall impressed by Barrow Raiders set-up
NEW signing Martin Aspinwall has been impressed with his first impressions of life at Barrow Raiders.

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain,Lloyd Heffernan,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain,Lloyd Heffernan,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain, George Kilty,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Yarlside Reece Anderson,9, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Yarlside, Regan Etchles,8 Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Yarlside, Regan Etchles,8 Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: South Walney, Katie Whalley,9, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: South Walney (l-R) Jack Haney,9 Leon Routledge, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain,Lloyd Heffernan,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain, Elliott Barnes, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Yarlside, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

 QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain,Lloyd Heffernan,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
QUICKSTICKS HOCKEY--Furness Final Quicksticks Hockey at Ulverston Astro Turf Pictured: Lindel & Martain,Lloyd Heffernan,8, Ulverston, Friday 20th November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
Yarlside and Lindal are top Furness hockey teams
TALENTED youngsters braved chilly conditions to compete in the Furness Schools Quicksticks Hockey finals.

THROUGH ON GOAL A Millom player takes the ball past Barrow Wanderers Tangerines goalkeeper Rhiana Moore MILTON HAWORTH

BATTLE IT OUT Players from Hawcoat Park and Barrow Wanderers compete in the Barrow and District Junior Football League Under-eights Autumn Trophy at Furness College MILTON HAWORTH

CLOSED DOWN A Barrow Wanderers Tangerines player goes to block a shot from a Millom player MILTON HAWORTH

CHALLENGING Action from Hawcoat Park v Furness Rovers in the Barrow and District Junior Football League Under-eights Autumn Trophy MILTON HAWORTH

FOOT UP Hawcoat Park take on Barrow Wanderers MILTON HAWORTH

TAKE A SHOT Barrow Wanderers Tangerines attack the Millom goal at Furness College MILTON HAWORTH

CAVALIER SPIRIT The Furness Cavaliers under-eights team. They are (back, from left): Andy Tomkins (coach), Reuben Cooksey, Kameron Ali, Ethan Townson Mike Townson (coach). Front: Ashton Holt, Harrison Ross, Luke Burridge and Kyle Brennan MILTON HAWORTH

EARN THEIR STRIPES The Millom under-eights team who contested the Barrow and District Junior Football League Under-eights Autumn Trophy MILTON HAWORTH

TANGERINE DREAM Barrow Wanderers Tangerines. They are (back): Coach Simon Anderson. Front (from left): Cameron Anderson, Kian Milton, Cameron Trelore, Rhiana Moore, Jack Henderson, Sam Parrish and Ryan Bentley MILTON HAWORTH

PARK LIFE The Hawcoat Park under-eights team who contested the Barrow and District Junior Football League Under-eights Autumn Trophy MILTON HAWORTH

STUCK IN Action from Hawcoat Park v Barrow Wanderers MILTON HAWORTH

ROVER-TIME Furness Rovers under-eights. They are (not in order): Jamie Calvert, Olivia Penellum, Alfie Spencer, Alfie Rooney, Jack Ponsford and Max McGarry MILTON HAWORTH

 THROUGH ON GOAL A Millom player takes the ball past Barrow Wanderers Tangerines goalkeeper Rhiana Moore MILTON HAWORTH
THROUGH ON GOAL A Millom player takes the ball past Barrow Wanderers Tangerines goalkeeper Rhiana Moore MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow JFL teams enjoy Autumn Trophy bow
THE inaugural Barrow and District Junior Football League Under-eights Autumn Trophy proved a big hit with youngsters from across South Cumbria.

HAIRCUT: 12 year old Leah Waddington from Barrow had her long, Titian coloured tresses lopped off for charity; After her sister Bethan lost her best friend a week or so back, kind hearted Leah asked Abby Dent a stylist with Coco on Barrow's Dalton Road to help with the. The hair will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Saturday 21st November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.

HAIRCUT: ready for the Chop! Coco Stylist Abby Dent gets ready to cut when 12 year old Leah Waddington from Barrow had her long, Titian coloured tresses lopped off for charity; After her sister Bethan lost her best friend a week or so back, kind hearted Leah asked Abby Dent a stylist with Coco on Barrow's Dalton Road to help with the. The hair will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Saturday 21st November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.

HAIRCUT: 12 year old Leah Waddington from Barrow had her long, Titian coloured tresses lopped off for charity; After her sister Bethan lost her best friend a week or so back, kind hearted Leah asked Abby Dent a stylist with Coco on Barrow's Dalton Road to help with the. The hair will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Saturday 21st November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.

 HAIRCUT: 12 year old Leah Waddington from Barrow had her long, Titian coloured tresses lopped off for charity; After her sister Bethan lost her best friend a week or so back, kind hearted Leah asked Abby Dent a stylist with Coco on Barrow's Dalton Road to help with the. The hair will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Saturday 21st November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.
HAIRCUT: 12 year old Leah Waddington from Barrow had her long, Titian coloured tresses lopped off for charity; After her sister Bethan lost her best friend a week or so back, kind hearted Leah asked Abby Dent a stylist with Coco on Barrow's Dalton Road to help with the. The hair will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Saturday 21st November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.
Barrow girl has hair chopped in memory of sister's friend
A COURAGEOUS school girl has gone to extreme lengths to raise money for charity by chopping off her long hair.

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 Police tape
Police tape
Woman attacked during attempted robbery in Barrow
A WOMAN was attacked as she walked home late at night in Barrow.

IN THE THICK OF IT Crooklands Kevin Edwards and Vickerstown's Dave Jepson battle for possession LINDSEY DICKINGS

CHALLENGE Vickerstown's Danny Cummings tries to tackle Dave Goude LINDSEY DICKINGS

EYES ON THE BALL Vickerstown's Mike Kewley wrestles with Jake Richards LINDSEY DICKINGS

POSSESSION GAME David Goude and David Swarbrick fight for the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

ON THE BALL Town's Dave Jepson LINDSEY DICKINGS

SO CLOSE Crooklands put the pressure on LINDSEY DICKINGS

ATTACK Vickerstown's Lee Miller LINDSEY DICKINGS

THE FUTURE'S ORNAGE Crooklands put in a free-kick LINDSEY DICKINGS

CLEARANCE Crooklands keeper Lewis Woodend LINDSEY DICKINGS

RACE FOR THE PRIZE Dave Goude challenges David Swarbrick LINDSEY DICKINGS

BY THE LEFT Mark FosterLINDSEY DICKINGS

UNDER CONTROL Mark Foster LINDSEY DICKINGS

 IN THE THICK OF IT Crooklands Kevin Edwards and Vickerstown's Dave Jepson battle for possession LINDSEY DICKINGS
IN THE THICK OF IT Crooklands Kevin Edwards and Vickerstown's Dave Jepson battle for possession LINDSEY DICKINGS
Crooklands Casuals edge past 10-man Town
HARD work by the groundsmen ensured that Crooklands Casuals were able to host Vickerstown in a re-arranged West Lancashire League Premier Division game - and the home team players took full advantage as they picked up three valuable points.

Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Having a go on the merry-go-round are (l-r) Kian Smith and Mylo Coulton. LINDSEY DICKINGS

The lights are switched on. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage (l-r) Karis Anderson, Alexandra Buggs and Courtney Rumbold. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage (l-r) Karis Anderson, Alexandra Buggs and Courtney Rumbold. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Having a go on the merry-go-round are (l-r) Amelia Smith, Issac Pavett, Kian Smith and Mylo Coulton . LINDSEY DICKINGS

Lights are on in Dalton Roas. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage, pictured is band member Karis Anderson. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Having a go on the merry-go-round is Ruby Caldwell. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Mayor Ann Thomson is welcomed on stag. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage (l-r) Alexandra Buggs, Courtney Rumbold and Karis Anderson. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tom Mann (pictured) performs on stage with Barclay Beales, they are former band members of 'Stereokicks' and Good Friends. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tom Mann (pictured) performs on stage with Barclay Beales, they are former band members of 'Stereokicks' and Good Friends. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tom Mann and Barclay Beales perform on stage, they are former band members of 'Stereokicks' and Good Friends. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the rides in Dalton Road are (l-r) Indie George-Rae and Mollie Pye. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Merry Christmas Barrow on Barrow Town Hall. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Barclay Beales (pictured) performs on stage with Tom Mann, they are former band members of 'Stereokicks' and Good Friends. Saturday 21st November 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage (l-r) Karis Anderson, Courtney Rumbold and Alexandra Buggs . LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the sho . LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage, pictured is band member Karis Anderson. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Capturing the moment, as Tom Mann and Barclay Beales perform on stage Saturday 21st November 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tom Mann and Barclay Beales perform on stage, they are former band members of 'Stereokicks' and Good Friends . LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage . LINDSEY DICKINGS

Members of Marvellous Events singing Let It Go. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Enjoying the show. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Having a go on the merry-go-round is Ruby Caldwell. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Main Christmas tree is lit Saturday 21st November 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Bailey McConnell on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Members of Marvellous Events singing Let It Go. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stooshe perform on stage, pictured is band member Courtney Rumbol. LINDSEY DICKINGS

The lights are switched on. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Britain’s Got Talent star Henry Gallagher on stage. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Thousands turn out to see in the festive season 
MORE than 5,000 people braved the cold weather to watch Barrow's Christmas lights be switched on.

RELEASED Adam Nicholson has left Barrow Raiders to rejoin amateurs Dalton  BILL WATKINSON

 RELEASED Adam Nicholson has left Barrow Raiders to rejoin amateurs Dalton  BILL WATKINSON
RELEASED Adam Nicholson has left Barrow Raiders to rejoin amateurs Dalton  BILL WATKINSON
Forward parts company with Barrow Raiders
STRONG-RUNNING forward Adam Nicholson has parted company with Barrow Raiders.

FLASHBACK Vanquish perform on stage at last year’s Barrow Christmas lights switch-on LINDSEY DICKINGS

Barrow Christmas lights switch on - full details
Barrow will be stepping into Christmas this weekend as it hosts its eagerly awaited lights switch on.

Preston Crown Court

 Preston Crown Court
Preston Crown Court
Dalton farmers' ban lifted 
A DALTON father and son farming partnership has successfully overturned a ban on keeping cattle after a court heard the order was too strict. 

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Askam man sentenced for drug supply
A MAN has been slapped with a curfew after admitting being involved in supplying cannabis. 

IRON WILL Debbie and Alan Doling are closing their hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store in Buccleuch Street, Barrow. The couple’s retirement will mark 145 years since the family’s first store opened in the town. Right: Shoppers outside the Doling store in 1900 LINDSEY DICKINGS

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: GEO. W. Doling and Son in 1953, at 207 Dalton Road SUBMITTED (PHOTO 

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: George William Doling, pictured in 1895, founder of the shop . SUBMITTED PHOTO (PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN)

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: 1882 History and Directory of Furness and Cartmel, featuring G. W. Doling. SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: Barrow cycling club at Furness Abbey amphitheatre. Around 1897 George William Doling is pictured 8th from left, with the big beard SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: Advertisements of products sold in the1890s - Sausage and General Mincing Machines. SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: North-Western Evening Mail article September 1953 SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: Advertisements of products sold in the1890s - Portable Shampoo Shower SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: North-Western Evening Mail article September 1953 SUBMITTED

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: Harold Doling outside the shop in the early 1980s at 207 Dalton Road. EVENING MAIL PHOTO

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: Doling in 1990s, at 207 Dalton Road SUBMITTED (PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN)

DOLING – Hardware, ironmongery, marine and garden store Doling, on Buccleuch Street in Barrow, will close its doors on 28th November. It first opened its doors in 1871. // Pictured: 1882 History and Directory of Furness and Cartmel, featuring G. W. Doling. SUBMITTED

End of an era for 145-year-old Barrow firm 
IT’S the end of an era for a family business which has been at the heart of a town centre for 145 years.

WEATHER FORECAST: Rain drenched Rating Lane in Barrow causing problems for both motorists and pedestrians, is set to continue over the next few days - 17/11/2015 JON GRANGER

WEATHER -- Greystone Lane, Dalton, after the recent heavy rain in Furness - Motorists are asked to beware of flooding on roads in the Furness area, and to check their vehicle's brakes after exiting the hazard - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER

WEATHER FORECAST: Rain drenched Rating Lane in Barrow causing problems for both motorists and pedestrians, is set to continue over the next few days - 17/11/2015 JON GRANGER

Lake Windermere Cumbria 15th November 2015 UK Weather .Windermere Lake Cruise tickect offices submerged .Lakes cruises ,staff stip out tickect offices of equipment ,as water is still riseing at aprox 4to 6 inches an hour © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

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Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Swan swims along pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front the BLUE sign measureing previous flood levels for Windermere .Lake is expected to drp by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front under water .Lake is expected to drop by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 115th November 2015 UK Weather Bowness BayLake overflows at Bowness Bay & Jetties s submerged due to heavy rain leaving some boats stranded The Lake is still riseing © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front under water .Lake is expected to drop by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 15th November 2015 UK Weather Afternoon Lake still riseing at Cockshot Point where the trees are being submerged © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front under water .Lake is expected to drop by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front under water .Lake is expected to drop by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 16th November 2015 UK Weather Pedestrian promenade Bowness Bay front under water .Lake is expected to drop by 6inches today but heavy rain is forcast in the next few days which will raise the level of the lake much higher © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

Lake Windermere Cumbria 115th November 2015 UK Weather Bowness BayLake overflows at Bowness Bay & Jetties s submerged due to heavy rain leaving some boats stranded The Lake is still riseing © Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

WEATHER --- Umbrella out as rainy weather hits South Cumbria, pictured in Barrow's Abbey Road. Wednesday 11th November 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Snow forecast for Cumbria today
A WEATHER warning has been issued after snow was forecast for Cumbria. 

CASSIES ACE Dave Mansergh aims to be back on the goal search after sitting out tomorrow's match against visiting Vickerstown LEANNE BOLGER Dave Mansergh

 CASSIES ACE Dave Mansergh aims to be back on the goal search after sitting out tomorrow's match against visiting Vickerstown LEANNE BOLGER Dave Mansergh
CASSIES ACE Dave Mansergh aims to be back on the goal search after sitting out tomorrow's match against visiting Vickerstown LEANNE BOLGER Dave Mansergh
Mansergh on West Lancs  mission for Crooklands
VETERAN marksman Dave Mansergh believes he still has a few seasons left in his legs.

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 Lesley Bennett. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50074169B001.jpg
Lesley Bennett. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50074169B001.jpg
Bereaved Barrow mum to raise money for hospital
A MUM from Dalton whose baby girl died just a day after her birth is set to hold a special event to raise money for a vital piece of maternity equipment.

Preston Crown Court

 Preston Crown Court
Preston Crown Court
Dalton farmer to appeal against bull castration jail sentence
A DALTON farmer is set to appeal against his sentence after he was convicted of causing suffering to bulls. 

T/DI Jason McKenna who oversees South Cumbria's CID and drugs unit - 10/11/2015 JON GRANGER

 T/DI Jason McKenna who oversees South Cumbria's CID and drugs unit - 10/11/2015 JON GRANGER
T/DI Jason McKenna who oversees South Cumbria's CID and drugs unit - 10/11/2015 JON GRANGER
South Cumbria police on the case with area's major criminals
THIS week the Evening Mail has been given exclusive access to police departments and the work they do to keep us safe behind the scenes. On day five Chief Reporter Suzanne Murphy speaks to the man in charge of the team dealing with the area’s major crimes.

ALL POINTS NORTH Kasey Knott (left) and Kate McKenna have signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER

KEEP IT UP Kasey Knott shows off some of the skills which have seen her signed by Preston North End JON GRANGER

SUPER MAC Preston North End player Kate McKenna, who is also a part of the Dalton, Barrow Wanderers and Barrow AFC Girls Performance Centre set-ups JON GRANGER

ON THE BALL Dalton and Barrow Wanderers player Kasey Knott, who has signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER

KICK-ON KATE Kate McKenna, who has signed for Preston North End after impressing on trial JON GRANGER

ON THE UP Young Furness football player Kate McKenna, who has signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER

ON THE KASE Kasey Knott, who has signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER

DYNAMIC DUO Young Furness football players Kasey Knott (right) and Kate McKenna, who have signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER

 ALL POINTS NORTH Kasey Knott (left) and Kate McKenna have signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER
ALL POINTS NORTH Kasey Knott (left) and Kate McKenna have signed for Preston North End JON GRANGER
Talented duo snapped up by Preston North End
TWO talented football girls are at the right end of the game’s spectrum after signing for Preston.

Laurence Hilland, Cumbrian Coast Community Rail Partnership, Councillor Keith Little, Highways and Transport, Cumbria County Council, Rob Warnes, Planning and Programmes Director, Northern Rail and Franck Bosch, Innovation Manager, Northern Rail

 Laurence Hilland, Cumbrian Coast Community Rail Partnership, Councillor Keith Little, Highways and Transport, Cumbria County Council, Rob Warnes, Planning and Programmes Director, Northern Rail and Franck Bosch, Innovation Manager, Northern Rail
Laurence Hilland, Cumbrian Coast Community Rail Partnership, Councillor Keith Little, Highways and Transport, Cumbria County Council, Rob Warnes, Planning and Programmes Director, Northern Rail and Franck Bosch, Innovation Manager, Northern Rail
Digital monitors installed at Cumbria train stations
DIGITAL monitors have been installed at train stations in Cumbria to give passengers live travel information. 

The Sellafield site on the right and some of the land acquired for the possible new nuclear build known as Moorside. /pic from NDA S116310.jpg S69106BB.jpg

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 The Sellafield site on the right and some of the land acquired for the possible new nuclear build known as Moorside. /pic from NDA S116310.jpg S69106BB.jpg
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The Sellafield site on the right and some of the land acquired for the possible new nuclear build known as Moorside. /pic from NDA S116310.jpg S69106BB.jpg
Plea for Cumbria nuclear plant to prompt roads improvement
County development chiefs say Cumbria's roads infrastructure must benefit from a proposed multi-billion pound nuclear power station. 

WEATHER -- Greystone Lane, Dalton, after the recent heavy rain in Furness - Motorists are asked to beware of flooding on roads in the Furness area, and to check their vehicle's brakes after exiting the hazard - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER

TRAFFIC CHAOS: Flooding at Newfield Bridge, Lindal, bringing the A590 to a standstill - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER

Flooding at Furness Abbey in Barrow on Wednesday, November 18, 2015. Picture by Steve Hillman.

NO GO: Flooding between Longlane and Little Urswick making the road impassable - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER

SLOW GO: Road underwater near Urswick - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER

 WEATHER -- Greystone Lane, Dalton, after the recent heavy rain in Furness - Motorists are asked to beware of flooding on roads in the Furness area, and to check their vehicle's brakes after exiting the hazard - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER
WEATHER -- Greystone Lane, Dalton, after the recent heavy rain in Furness - Motorists are asked to beware of flooding on roads in the Furness area, and to check their vehicle's brakes after exiting the hazard - 18/11/2015 JON GRANGER
Heavy rain causes delays across south Cumbria
HEAVY rain caused chaos on the roads and left vast areas deluged as water continued to fall across south Cumbria on Wednesday. 

Crime prevention officer Sharon Livesey at Barrow police station 

 Crime prevention officer Sharon Livesey at Barrow police station 
Crime prevention officer Sharon Livesey at Barrow police station 
Cumbria police's crime prevention officer fears cuts will affect vulnerable people
THIS week the Evening Mail has been given exclusive access to police departments and the work they do to keep us safe behind the scenes. On day two Chief Reporter Suzanne Murphy speaks to the woman who tasked with helping the most vulnerable people in our society.
Teen repeatedly kicked during Barrow attack
POLICE are investigating after a teenager was kicked repeatedly during an assault in Barrow town centre.  
Elderly man confronts sneak-in burglar in Barrow  
AN elderly man confronted a sneak-in burglar during a daylight incident in Barrow today.

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Police tape
Police probe after assault at Dalton pub
A WOMAN was assaulted as she stood by the doorway of a pub in Dalton.

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Daniel Green
Dalton man back in jail after burgling house
A PROLIFIC offender who was the first person in Furness to be given an ASBO is back behind bars after he burgled a family's house while they slept. 

Zoo owner David Gill at the inquest.

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Preston Crown Court

 Zoo owner David Gill at the inquest. JON GRANGER REF:50068034B006.jpg
Zoo owner David Gill at the inquest. JON GRANGER REF:50068034B006.jpg
Trial set for Dalton zoo boss 
A MONTH-LONG trial has been set for a Dalton zoo owner who has appeared in court charged with a sting of health and safety breaches after a zoo keeper was killed by a tiger. 

IN THE WARS Striker Sean Paterson is one of several Vickerstown players missing CHRIS WEST. REF

 IN THE WARS Striker Sean Paterson is one of several Vickerstown players missing CHRIS WEST. REF
IN THE WARS Striker Sean Paterson is one of several Vickerstown players missing CHRIS WEST. REF
Vickerstown battling to Round up troops
VICKERSTOWN boss Dave Round snr is hoping his patched-up troops can get back to winning ways against rock-bottom Lostock St Gerards tomorrow (2pm kick-off).
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