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Nature power: Anne Wilson from The Co-operative North Eastern and Cumbrian Committee hands over a cheque for £350 to Myron Hyrnkow at Askam Village School in 2007 towards a wind turbine to make the school self sufficient in energy

 Nature power: Anne Wilson from The Co-operative North Eastern and Cumbrian Committee hands over a cheque for £350 to Myron Hyrnkow at Askam Village School in 2007 towards a wind turbine to make the school self sufficient in energy
Nature power: Anne Wilson from The Co-operative North Eastern and Cumbrian Committee hands over a cheque for £350 to Myron Hyrnkow at Askam Village School in 2007 towards a wind turbine to make the school self sufficient in energy
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow teenager Matthew Drury was selected in the English Karate Federation national squad and was to compete in the World Cadet and Junior Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.

Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER

Cllr Ian Stewart who has talked for the first time about his suicide attempt three years ago for World Mental Health Day. Photo: PAULA THANNER

World Mental Health Day. Cumbria County Council deputy leader Ian Stewart who has talked for the first time about his suicide attempt three years ago. Photo: PAULA THANNER

 Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER
Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER
Cumbria's deputy council boss on suicide bid - 'If I had not been found for another 15 minutes it would have been too late'
One of the county's most respected politicians talks of wish to die on World Mental Health Day

Armed police at Carlisle Pride, Carlisle city centre.

Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre

Armed police outside an Olly Murs Concert at Brunton Park, Carlisle. 3 June 2017.

Cartmel Races: Armed police were present at the races in May as part of measures related to the terrorist attack in Manchester.

Armed police provide tight security at the Kendal Leisure Centre as polling ends and the General Election count begins in the Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency. 8 June 2017.

Carlisle Pride, Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017.

Race for Life, Bitts Park, Carlisle.

Armed police officers patrolling through the holiday crowds on the promenade at Bowness on Windermere Phil Rigby

 Armed police at Carlisle Pride, Carlisle city centre.
Armed police at Carlisle Pride, Carlisle city centre.
Armed terror patrols prove costly to Cumbria Police
Budget set to be bust over costs including overtime bill

The public toilets in Fell Street, Barrow

 The public toilets in Fell Street, Barrow
The public toilets in Fell Street, Barrow
Police officers catch suspect after chase through Barrow town centre when his dog stops for a wee
Shoppers praise #speedycops for pursuit which leads to arrest

Steam day: Melissa Fletcher, from Millom, at a 2007 Thomas the Tank Engine weekend at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

 Steam day: Melissa Fletcher, from Millom, at a 2007 Thomas the Tank Engine weekend at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway
Steam day: Melissa Fletcher, from Millom, at a 2007 Thomas the Tank Engine weekend at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway
10 YEARS AGO
Hundreds of construction jobs would be created if a massive £500m underground gas storage scheme was approved for the Irish Sea.

World Cup call: Morgan Knowles is in the Wales squad for the Rugby League World Cup RLPHOTOS.COM

Former Raider: Dalton Grant in try-scoring form for Barrow Richard Land

 World Cup call: Morgan Knowles is in the Wales squad for the Rugby League World Cup RLPHOTOS.COM
World Cup call: Morgan Knowles is in the Wales squad for the Rugby League World Cup RLPHOTOS.COM
Rugby League World Cup 2017: Barrow's St Helens star Knowles earns Wales call-up
MORGAN Knowles is among the 24 players who have made the final cut for the Wales squad for the upcoming Rugby League World Cup.

Animal Welfare Furness chairwoman Michelle Hudson MILTON HAWORTH

 Animal Welfare Furness chairwoman Michelle Hudson MILTON HAWORTH
Animal Welfare Furness chairwoman Michelle Hudson MILTON HAWORTH
Urgent plea for volunteers for Barrow animal welfare charity
BOSSES at Animal Welfare Furness have made a plea for volunteers to help look after rescue dogs and cats.

Leroy McCarthy, also known as Abdullah Mahmood. Image Leroy McCarthy/Facebook

 Leroy McCarthy, also known as Abdullah Mahmood. Image Leroy McCarthy/Facebook
Leroy McCarthy, also known as Abdullah Mahmood. Image Leroy McCarthy/Facebook
Self-styled 'soldier of Allah' jailed after hospital explosion threat and speaking of bomb attack on Manchester's Trafford Centre
Man also spoke of plan 'to join my people's cause' and made sick jibes about hero soldier Lee Rigby
St Helens winger Regan Grace is in Wales' World Cup squad
St Helens winger Regan Grace is in Wales' World Cup squad
St Helens winger Regan Grace is in Wales' World Cup squad
Chester Butler, Gavin Bennion and Josh Ralph receive Wales World Cup call-ups
Wales coach John Kear has included three uncapped players in his final 24-man squad for the World Cup.

New start: Mark Rice in 2007 at the new Part-eze shop on Market Street, Dalton, which stocked party equipment

 New start: Mark Rice in 2007 at the new Part-eze shop on Market Street, Dalton, which stocked party equipment
New start: Mark Rice in 2007 at the new Part-eze shop on Market Street, Dalton, which stocked party equipment
10 YEARS AGO
The Tally Ho in Schneider Road, Barrow, wanted permission to host live music events until 3am.

Celebration: Lady Cavendish cutting the 50th birthday cake for Abbeyfield Barrow

Reception: Lady Cavendish is welcomed to Millennium House in Barrow

 Celebration: Lady Cavendish cutting the 50th birthday cake for Abbeyfield Barrow
Celebration: Lady Cavendish cutting the 50th birthday cake for Abbeyfield Barrow
Barrow institution lauded for 50 years of hard work
LORD and Lady Cavendish helped mark the anniversary of a Barrow institution as it celebrated its 50th year.

Waite is nearly over: PhiL Waite races in the Manchester Half Marathon this weekend, a race he finished 22nd in last year

Ross the boss: Ross Campbell wins the Glaxo Summer 10k Mark Harrison

Good pedigree: Pete Huck submitted

 Waite is nearly over: PhiL Waite races in the Manchester Half Marathon this weekend, a race he finished 22nd in last year
Waite is nearly over: PhiL Waite races in the Manchester Half Marathon this weekend, a race he finished 22nd in last year
Striders trio take on top field in Manchester
THREE top Furness runners are hoping to make a big impression at this weekend’s Manchester Half Marathon.
Theresa May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week Mrs May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Theresa May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Theresa May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Tory rebel MEPs stripped of party whip over trade talks block bid
Two rebel Tory MEPs who voted to block moves towards trade talks between the UK and European Union have been stripped of the party whip.

Best Further Education Provider winner Furness College

Golden Apples 2017. The winners

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 2017

Hilary Docker (left) and Hannah Croskery from Barrow in Furness.

(left to right) Amy Dempster, Many Woodburn, Helen Robinson and Catherine Amison from Furness College

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 2017

Tracy Wardle (left) and Victoria Moore from Newtown Community Primary School in Carlisle

(Left to right) Tracy Studholme, Norman Foster, Sheila Johnston, Derek Kay all from Trinity School and Stephen Gilby from Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle

The winners

Best Early Years Provider Abacus Children's Day Nursery

Best Primary School winner Seaton c of E Junior School

Best Secondary School winner West Lakes Academy

Best Learning, Development and Training Provider winner HIT Training Ltd

Best Support Staff winner Ken Brown, Assistant Site Manager at West Lakes Academy

Best Teaching Assistant winners

Best Education Profession Newcomer winner Jordan Gale teacher at Fairfield Primary School, Cockermouth

Best Teaching Professional winner Norman Foster from Trinity School, Carlisle

Best Education and Learning Leader winner, Margaret Taylor, High Hesket C of E Primary

Best Student winner, Eli Hughes from West Lakes Academy

Best Apprentice - Joe Hambley

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 201

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 201

Golden Apples 2017

Golden Apples 2017

Winner of the Against All Odds award, Lance Gearing a student from Lakes College. The award was collected by college principal Chris Nattrass (left)

Golden Apples 2017

 Best Further Education Provider winner Furness College
Best Further Education Provider winner Furness College
Furness College scoops education award
West Lakes Academy in Egremont is the big winner at this year's Golden Apple Awards - Cumbria's premier event honouring education, training and skills.

Furness Magistrates Court. OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Furness Magistrates Court. OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Furness Magistrates Court. OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Woman who stole baby milk formula and toys jailed after string of thefts
A WOMAN has been jailed after a string of thefts.

BARROW RAILWAY --- Barrow train station Friday 27th February 2015 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 BARROW RAILWAY --- Barrow train station Friday 27th February 2015 LINDSEY DICKINGS
BARROW RAILWAY --- Barrow train station Friday 27th February 2015 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Community service for Barrow man after assaulting passenger on train to Ulverston
A BARROW man who assaulted a train passenger has been ordered to 150 hours of community service.

In demand: Bidding reached £2,600 for a copy of The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse by Lakeland author and illustrator Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

In uniform: A cloth helmet of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

On duty: A cloth helmet to an officer of the Border Regiment SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

Furness painter: A sketch by Dalton-born artist George Romney which could make up to £1,350 SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

Good read: Bidding reached £1,900 for a copy of the Beatrix Potter book The Tale of Mr Tod SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

Bulk liquid: A stoneware flagon from the Barrow pop maker Thomson & Sons SUBMITTED auction-oct-07

 In demand: Bidding reached £2,600 for a copy of The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse by Lakeland author and illustrator Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-oct-07
In demand: Bidding reached £2,600 for a copy of The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse by Lakeland author and illustrator Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-oct-07
Bidders push price of rare Beatrix Potter book to £2,600
A pair of rare first edition books by Lakeland author and illustrator Beatrix Potter attracted the bidders at a London saleroom.

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Hilary Docker (left) and Hannah Croskery from Barrow in Furness. Hannah from Dalton St Mary's Primary School is a finalist: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Tracy Wardle (left) and Victoria Moore from Newtown Community Primary School in Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. (Left to right) Tracy Studholme, Norman Foster, Sheila Johnston, Derek Kay all from Trinity School and Stephen Gilby from Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle : 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. (left to right) Amy Dempster, Many Woodburn, Helen Robinson and Catherine Amison from Furness College: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Early Years Provider Abacus Children's Day Nursery.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Secondary School winner West Lakes Academy.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Learning, Development and Training Provider winner HIT Training Ltd.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Support Staff winner Ken Brown, Assistant Site Manager at West Lakes Academy.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Teaching Assistant winners l.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Inclusion winner The Engagement Centre, Ulverston Victoria High School.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Winner of the Against All Odds award, Lance Gearing a student from Lakes College. The award was collected by: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Community Iniaitive winner, Cumbria Constabulary.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Education and Learning Leader winner, Margaret Taylor, Headteacher at High Hesket C of E Primary School.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Education Profession Newcomer winner Jordan Gale teacher at Fairfield Primary School..: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Apprentice winner, Joe Hambley (right).: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Teaching Professional winner Norman Foster from Trinity School, Carlisle.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Primary School winner Seaton c of E Junior School.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Further Education Provider winner Furness College.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. Best Student winner, Eli Hughes from West Lakes Academy.: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle. All the winners: 6 October 2017

STUART WALKER

 Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017 STUART WALKER
Golden Apples 2017. CN Group Education Awards evening at The Cube, University of Cumbria, Carlisle: 6 October 2017 STUART WALKER
South Cumbrian stars celebrating success at Golden Apple Awards
A TRIO of south lakes stars enjoyed success at this year's Golden Apple Awards - Cumbria's premier event honouring education, training and skills.
Mrs May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Mrs May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Mrs May is attempting to instil a sense of order in the party after a bruising week
Tory rebel MEPs stripped of party whip over trade talks block bid
Two rebel Tory MEPs who voted to block moves towards trade talks between the UK and European Union have been stripped of the party whip.
Schoolchildren cook up a storm at Low Sizergh farm as they learn about healthy eating
SCHOOLCHILDREN were given a taste of kitchen success when they were given the opportunity to learn the art of cooking and food preparation.

RMT union members at the picket line on Tuesday SUBMITTED

 RMT union members at the picket line on Tuesday SUBMITTED
RMT union members at the picket line on Tuesday SUBMITTED
'Safety cannot be compromised for sales' says RMT leader after rail strikes cause more disruption for Northern
THE threat of more industrial action looms as striking staff and union bosses tell Northern rail, "we are not going to walk away from this."

One of Stuart Walker's shortlisted images 50085533F013.JPG

 One of Stuart Walker's shortlisted images 50085533F013.JPG
One of Stuart Walker's shortlisted images 50085533F013.JPG
The Mail's finest make NW journalism awards shortlist
AN IMPRESSIVE number of CN Group journalists are in the running for top awards.

Murrays in Dalton Road, Barrow

 Murrays in Dalton Road, Barrow
Murrays in Dalton Road, Barrow
Police investigate mountain bike theft from outside Barrow pharmacy
POLICE are investigating the theft of a mountain bike worth £150 from outside a Dalton Road pharmacy.

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo

 Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo
18-year-old who crashed mother's car told police it didn't matter 'because she's got money'
AN 18-year-old who took his mother's car without consent before crashing it told police it didn't matter "because she's got money".

Quick action: Herpetologist Graeme Skinner was collecting slow worms on the site of the Barrow Waterfront development and moving them to a safe environment in 2007

 Quick action: Herpetologist Graeme Skinner was collecting slow worms on the site of the Barrow Waterfront development and moving them to a safe environment in 2007
Quick action: Herpetologist Graeme Skinner was collecting slow worms on the site of the Barrow Waterfront development and moving them to a safe environment in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow AFC beat Leigh RMI by four goals to nil at Holker Street in the Setanta Shield.

Cheers: Regulars at Barrow's Greengate Club in August 1993 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

Community event: Walkers starting from the old Barrow Labour Club, Forshaw Street, in 1988 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

Fire damaged: The Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute on Abbey Road in the late 1980s MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

At your service: Keith Smith behind the bar at the Ferry Hotel, Walney, in March 1994 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

Traditional pub: The Albion, on the corner of Duke Street, Barrow, in the 1990s MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

Keen prices: Doug Jasper, secretary of the Greengate Club, Barrow, in August 1993 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6

Your round: Barrow's Devonshire Hotel, around 1950 SUBMITTED booze-oct-06

Gone: The Cumberland Arms pub was on the corner of McClintock Street and was pulled down in 1974 SUBMITTED booze-oct-06

Having fun: Vic Vaults regulars outside the pub in 1972 for the Barrow Carnival SUBMITTED booze-oct-06

Special brew: Landlord Charlie Bell behind the bar of the 500-year-old Brown Cow pub at Dalton. He is pulling pints for members of the Campaign for Real Ale during a promotion night for the Good Beer Guide in November 1989. The former coaching inn has been in existence since the 15th century MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct-06

 Cheers: Regulars at Barrow's Greengate Club in August 1993 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6
Cheers: Regulars at Barrow's Greengate Club in August 1993 MAIL ARCHIVE booze-oct--6
Uproar in Furness as beer hits £1 a pint
THERE was uproar in Furness back in 1993 when it was suggested that beer might sell for more than £1 per pint.

Prize: Kerry Wilkinson at work

 Prize: Kerry Wilkinson at work
Prize: Kerry Wilkinson at work
Winner picked in £200 micro-bladed eyebrows competition
THE winner of The Mail 's competition to win an eyebrow treatment worth £200 has been picked.

Coors

 Coors
Coors
Where's the cheapest pint of lager and bitter in Barrow?
A new study has found rising pub prices has made the price of a pint an "unaffordable luxury" so which pubs and clubs in Barrow offer the cheapest pints of lager and bitter?

Health problems: Jack Brendon Travis Dodd

 Health problems: Jack Brendon Travis Dodd
Health problems: Jack Brendon Travis Dodd
Barrow railway trespasser bids to revoke community service order because of health problems
A DALTON man who was ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work after sparking a major incident by trespassing on the train tracks is set to return to court.

Returning: Rhys Studt is back for Furness COL BRANNON

Welcome return: Hawcoat Park's Mike Lightfoot SUBMITTED

Leading the way: Millom captain Trevor Dixon LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Returning: Rhys Studt is back for Furness COL BRANNON
Returning: Rhys Studt is back for Furness COL BRANNON
Furness RU look to build on impressive win as they take on Whitehaven
All of the news ahead of the games involving Furness, Windermere, Hawcoat Park and Millom tomorrow.
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