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Park it there: Ian Fairclough had a big win for Walney Park A JOE RILEY

Winner: Dalton CC A's Stan Jones JOE RILEY

 Park it there: Ian Fairclough had a big win for Walney Park A JOE RILEY
Park it there: Ian Fairclough had a big win for Walney Park A JOE RILEY
Arresting display as Walney Park end Police's winning streak
WALNEY Park A halted Police A's winning streak in Furness and District Bowling League Division Three.

Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH

 Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH
Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH
Donna and Kasey lead Park charge in Furness Women's League
DONNA Shields and Kasey Knott showed excellent form for Park North in Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division Two.

Hardwicke Circus

Get Carter

 Hardwicke Circus
Hardwicke Circus
DogFest line-up finalised - stage times announced
THE full line-up and stage times have been announced for this month's DogFest.

In demand: Holiday Kitchen is run by Action for Children

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Campaign: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock helping with a foodbank collection at Barrow’s Tesco Metro store with Anne Johnston, left, and Jane Coward

 In demand: Holiday Kitchen is run by Action for Children LINDSEY DICKINGS
In demand: Holiday Kitchen is run by Action for Children LINDSEY DICKINGS
Charity battles to meet high demand for Barrow holiday meal scheme
A SCHEME to make sure Barrow children do not go hungry during the school holidays is already over-subscribed, a charity has revealed, as it battles to meet demand from large numbers of struggling families.
Millom racist was "frothing at the mouth" and "erratic"
A MAN described as "frothing at the mouth" and behaving "erratically" was thrown out of A&E after racially abusing a police officer and the doctor treating him, a court heard.

Net gains: Children enjoying the Onside Sports camp at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

Full of cheer: Youngsters enjoy the Onside Sports coaching at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

Hey Frankie: Frankie Jefferies on the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

Kicking on: Demitri Kyriacou during the Onside Sports coaching LINDSEY DICKINGS

All smiles: Mylo Coulton during a football game LINDSEY DICKINGS

The real Finn: Finn Lightfoot on the ball with Onside Sports LINDSEY DICKINGS

My ball!: Jacob Lauderdale (left) and Harry Clyde during the football coaching with Onside Sports LINDSEY DICKINGS

Point and kick: Evan Pointer passes the ball on LINDSEY DICKINGS

Got it: Leo Kendall makes a save LINDSEY DICKINGS

Brought Onside: Players and coaches at the Onside Sports football coaching LINDSEY DICKINGS

Off the line: Leo Kendall ready to boot clear LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Net gains: Children enjoying the Onside Sports camp at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS
Net gains: Children enjoying the Onside Sports camp at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Onside Sports give children summer kicks in Barrow
HOTSHOT youngsters had the the chance to hone their skills on the football field at the latest Onside Sports coaching camp.

Fun in the sun: From left, Maddie Baker, Demi Wade, Soraya McElroy and Shirley Baker at the Summer Soul event in Barrow Park

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Manning the decks: Summer Soul DJs, from left, Joe Corrance, Tony Perry, Jack Johnson, Danny Kingham and Gary White

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Music fans: Summer Soul supporters giving the event the thumbs up

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 Fun in the sun: From left, Maddie Baker, Demi Wade, Soraya McElroy and Shirley Baker at the Summer Soul event in Barrow Park JON GRANGER
Fun in the sun: From left, Maddie Baker, Demi Wade, Soraya McElroy and Shirley Baker at the Summer Soul event in Barrow Park JON GRANGER
Busy foodbank benefits from Barrow Summer Soul
GENEROUS families turned up in droves to enjoy a healthy dose of sun and soul at a charity event.

Incident: Dalton Zoo

 Incident: Dalton Zoo
Incident: Dalton Zoo
Fight breaks out between two women and a man at Dalton zoo
THREE people were arrested by police after fighting broke out at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Dalton.

Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015

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Iconic: A Spitfire from The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

 Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015 SAC Megan Woodhouse (RAF)/PA Wire
Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015 SAC Megan Woodhouse (RAF)/PA Wire
Tributes following death of Barrow-born Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot who told Prince William "a dirty story"
ONE of the last surviving Spitfire pilots from the Battle of Britain - a 99-year-old born in Barrow - has died.

Scene: McDonald's in Barrow

 Scene: McDonald's in Barrow
Scene: McDonald's in Barrow
Man suffers eye injury after being punched in the face outside McDonald's in Barrow town centre
POLICE are investigating after a man was attacked in broad daylight outside McDonald's in Barrow town centre.

Get creative: The new Dalton Creatives arts community, from the left, Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs

A piece of cake: The Mayor of Dalton Ann Thurlow is pictured being pampered by members of Dalton Creative, at the Big Lunch in June

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Join us: Dalton Creative director Shaun Blezard who helped organise his town's Big Lunch.

JON GRANGER

 Get creative: The new Dalton Creatives arts community, from the left, Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs
Get creative: The new Dalton Creatives arts community, from the left, Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs
Can you help with Dalton community group's next events?
A DALTON community group is on the lookout for helpers after announcing its latest get-togethers.

MAYOR, Tony Callister cutting the ribbon to open new community cafe Cafe Connect on Dalton Road.

 MAYOR, Tony Callister cutting the ribbon to open new community cafe Cafe Connect on Dalton Road.
MAYOR, Tony Callister cutting the ribbon to open new community cafe Cafe Connect on Dalton Road.
Open day for children and young people's group
A LOCAL children and young people's organisation will host an open day tomorrow to raise awareness of their work.

Benefits: South Cumbria Breastfeeding group's peer supporter Kate Stagg feeding her daughter Willow Stagg

 Benefits: South Cumbria Breastfeeding group's peer supporter Kate Stagg feeding her daughter Willow Stagg
Benefits: South Cumbria Breastfeeding group's peer supporter Kate Stagg feeding her daughter Willow Stagg
Barrow breastfeeding champion who overcame feeding issues calls on mums to join support group
A MUM-OF-TWO who struggled to breastfeed her firstborn now helps to lead a support group in Barrow after the service helped her to feed her second baby successfully.

Former soldier Kenny Brown who has found solace through volunteer work mentoring young people and support from Help for Heroes.

HELP FOR HEROES

 Former soldier Kenny Brown who has found solace through volunteer work mentoring young people and support from Help for Heroes. HELP FOR HEROES
Former soldier Kenny Brown who has found solace through volunteer work mentoring young people and support from Help for Heroes. HELP FOR HEROES
Furness veteran emerges from 'a very dark place' to mentor youngsters
A FORMER soldier who suffers from mental and physical illness as a result of his military career has found purpose and solace through mentoring young people.

Jamie Tweddle and Sam Graham from Dalton launching their new onlIne business selling high value Swiss watches on their new website.

Jamie Tweddle and Sam Graham from Dalton launching their new onlIne business selling high value Swiss watches on their new website. 21st July 2017.

Jamie Tweddle and Sam Graham from Dalton have launched their new onlIne business selling high value Swiss watches such as these Longines and Omega from their new website.

 Jamie Tweddle and Sam Graham from Dalton launching their new onlIne business selling high value Swiss watches on their new website.
Jamie Tweddle and Sam Graham from Dalton launching their new onlIne business selling high value Swiss watches on their new website.
Swiss watches on sale in Cumbria thanks to business partners
TIME doesn't stand still for young entrepreneurs Sam Graham and Jamie Tweddell.

Keeping grounded: Steve Rea (left) and Paul Crarey are making sure Barrow Raiders' squad stay focused STEVE MILLER

 Keeping grounded: Steve Rea (left) and Paul Crarey are making sure Barrow Raiders' squad stay focused STEVE MILLER
Keeping grounded: Steve Rea (left) and Paul Crarey are making sure Barrow Raiders' squad stay focused STEVE MILLER
Crarey keeping feet on the ground after Barrow Raiders' Super Eights derby win
PAUL Crarey and his staff are determined to keep feet firmly on the ground at Barrow Raiders after they opened the Kingstone Press League One Super Eights with a 15-2 victory away to Whitehaven.

Dan Fox with his Sound Mirrors

Fun Palaces

 Dan Fox with his Sound Mirrors
Dan Fox with his Sound Mirrors
Creative activity weekend is seeking crafty people to share skills
CULTURAL campaigners and organisers of an annual activity weekend Fun Palaces will be coming to South Cumbria later this year.

Stolen: A Pyrenean mountain dog

 Stolen: A Pyrenean mountain dog
Stolen: A Pyrenean mountain dog
Police hunt 'heavily built' woman who stole large dog in Dalton
POLICE have released a description of a woman who stole a large dog in Dalton.

Tribute: The laying of a memorial stone and service for Lance Sergeant Tom Fletcher Mason VC, at Silecroft War Memorial

Pictures by JON GRANGER

Vicar: Rev. Gill Hart who conducted the service

Village hero: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

Solemn: Copeland MP Trudy Harrison lays a wreath

Poignant: A poppy from the Menin Gate war memorial in Ypres, Belgium, is placed by Steve Medcalf

Ceremony: Royal British Legion Standard bearers

Crowds: Some of the many people who attended the service

Honoured: The service at the war memorial

Tribute: Laying of a wreath by Sgt Curtis Morton of the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment

Proud moment: The memorial stone is unveiled by sisters Doris Robinson (left) and Betty Wright watched by Rev: Gill Hart

Looking back: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

 Tribute: The laying of a memorial stone and service for Lance Sergeant Tom Fletcher Mason VC, at Silecroft War Memorial Pictures by JON GRANGER
Tribute: The laying of a memorial stone and service for Lance Sergeant Tom Fletcher Mason VC, at Silecroft War Memorial Pictures by JON GRANGER
Silecroft Victoria Cross recipient celebrated for his bravery a century on
A SOLDIER honoured for his bravery one hundred years ago has been celebrated once again with the unveiling of a new memorial.

Sackful: Ken Clark with his bag of rubbish

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Team effort: The team from The Well MILTON HAWORTH

On a roll: Lee Mahoney clears the rubbish-strewn skate park

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Pitching in: The team from Well clean up the field on the Ormsgill Estate

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Litter patrol: Helping clear up the rubbish

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 Sackful: Ken Clark with his bag of rubbish MILTON HAWORTH
Sackful: Ken Clark with his bag of rubbish MILTON HAWORTH
Volunteers were game to help clean up Barrow play area
TAKING part in the latest litter pick was just one way of giving back to the community they once took from, said one volunteer co-ordinator.

Pushing forward: Troops on the Menin Road at Ypres, Belgium SUBMITTED lead-aug-01

Catching up: British Guardsmen during the Battle of Passchendaele SUBMITTED lead-aug-01

Way in: The battered Lille Gate at Ypres, Belgium SUBMITTED lead-aug-01

Lost lives: The Menin Gate Memorial at Ypres lists those loss in action with no known grave SUBMITTED lead-aug-01

Hell on earth: British troops in the mud at Pilckem Ridge during the Third Battle of Ypres in 1917 SUBMITTED lead-aug-01

 Pushing forward: Troops on the Menin Road at Ypres, Belgium SUBMITTED lead-aug-01
Pushing forward: Troops on the Menin Road at Ypres, Belgium SUBMITTED lead-aug-01
18 dead in a day from Furness and South Cumbria as battle raged a century ago
THE last day of July a century ago saw one of the greatest single losses of life ever suffered in Furness and South Cumbria as the Battle of Passchendaele began.

Helping hand: Steve and Sarah Vandome and their border collie Fly

Training: Emily Parsons

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Pals: Rachel Cole and Emily Parsons

 Helping hand: Steve and Sarah Vandome and their border collie Fly
Helping hand: Steve and Sarah Vandome and their border collie Fly
Furness couple's motor-home loan will boost charity effort
A GENEROUS south Cumbrian couple have dug deep to support a mammoth challenge, raising cash for a cause close to their hearts.

Litter in Barrow town centre

 Litter in Barrow town centre
Litter in Barrow town centre
Barrow is 'filthy' and Dalton Road is 'one giant rubbish bin'
A WELL-RESPECTED former vicar who was awarded an MBE for his voluntary work in Barrow has spoken of his sadness after returning to the town to find it "in a state".

Come and have a look: Cleator's players invite the umpire to see Nathan Waterston's missing off bail after the Furness man was bowled MILTON HAWORTH

You're out: The Cleator players point to Nathan Waterston's missing off bail after he was bowled at Oxford Street MILTON HAWORTH

Clipped away: Mike Gadsen steers a four into the leg-side for Furness MILTON HAWORTH

Clean bowled: Sam Dutton's middle stump is removed MILTON HAWORTH

Great line: Nathan Waterson is out as the ball kisses the off bail MILTON HAWORTH

Caught behind: Lewis Gribbin gets an edge and is gone from the bowling of Darren Clark MILTON HAWORTH

Gone!: Mike Gadsden starts to walk off after being dismissed by Darren Clark MILTON HAWORTH

Howzat!: A confident shout from Cleator's David Blackwell MILTON HAWORTH

Dismissed: Lewis Gribbin gets an edge and is gone from the bowling of Darren Clark MILTON HAWORTH

Got him: Nathan Waterson is out as the ball kisses the off bail MILTON HAWORTH

Appealing: A confident shout from David Blackwell MILTON HAWORTH.

 Come and have a look: Cleator's players invite the umpire to see Nathan Waterston's missing off bail after the Furness man was bowled MILTON HAWORTH
Come and have a look: Cleator's players invite the umpire to see Nathan Waterston's missing off bail after the Furness man was bowled MILTON HAWORTH
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness keep heat on Workington with Cleator win
FURNESS triumphed over Cleator at Oxford Street, plus a full North Lancs and Cumbria League round-up

Child in arms: Barrow soldier Pte Herbert Hayhurst at 17 was too young to fight. He served with the Royal Berkshire Regimen and is named on the Menin Gate SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Machine gunner: Lowick Green soldier Thomas Gaskell Lindow SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Remembered: The King's Own soldier J. W. Metcalf has Bowness and Dalton links SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Casualty: Robinson Shone of Barrow was praised for coolness and courage by his officer SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Resting place: William Shaw is buried at Artillery Wood Cemetery SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Burial place: Richard Floyd, of Haverigg, is at Ypres Reservoir cemetery SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Haverthwaite Soldier: Ernest Watson is buried at Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No. 2 SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Lakeland link: Voormezeele Enclosure No. 3 is the burial place of L/Sgt J. W. Metcalf whose parents lived at Bowness SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

Local hero: Potijze Chateau Grounds Cemetery is the burial place of Thomas Akister SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31

 Child in arms: Barrow soldier Pte Herbert Hayhurst at 17 was too young to fight. He served with the Royal Berkshire Regimen and is named on the Menin Gate SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31
Child in arms: Barrow soldier Pte Herbert Hayhurst at 17 was too young to fight. He served with the Royal Berkshire Regimen and is named on the Menin Gate SUBMITTED casualties-jul-31
All the Passchendaele names: The price paid in Barrow, Dalton, Ulverston and Millom lives 100 years ago
MANY of the Furness and South Cumbrian men to die on the first day of the battle of Passchendaele 100 years ago today served with the 1/4th Territorial Battalion of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment and have no known grave - being named on the Menin Gate memorial to the missing at Ypres.

The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Pulling together: From left, Ed Little, Charlie, George and Will Harrison, and Alf Foster from Lowick

MILTON HAWORTH

All aboard: The Lancaster and Morecambe Model Engineering Society give free rides to visitors

MILTON HAWORTH

Towed away: There were some unique modes of travel on display, from exhibitors and visitors alike

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Delivery: Sally Anne Bonney from Dalton with a 1958 split window VW panel van built in Wolfsburg, exported to Canada and bought and restored by Sally Anne's boyfriend, Glynn Dunford from Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

Popular: Massive interest in the motorcycle section at the 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering

MILTON HAWORTH

Roll up: Looking out over the gathering from the fun fair

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Van-tastic: A selection of commercial vehicles on display

MILTON HAWORTH

Wheely good: Another unique way of navigating the show site

MILTON HAWORTH

Back from the brink: Tommy Fellows from Kendal with his 1961 Matchless 350, rescued and restored after more than 20 years in a scrapyard

MILTON HAWORTH

Treasured: It might look a bit battered, but this 1938 Gray Quad Ant is owned and cherished by Millom's Barry Gordon

MILTON HAWORTH

Vintage: Veteran cars queue to enter the arena

MILTON HAWORTH

Delivery: Sally Anne Bonney from Dalton with a 1958 split window VW panel van built in Wolfsburg, exported to Canada and bought and restored by Sally Anne's boyfriend, Glynn Dunford from Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

Little delight: A three-wheel minicar heads down the runway

MILTON HAWORTH

Brew time: In the Living Van are Charlie, eight, mum Alex and dad Chris Harrison from Lowick Green

MILTON HAWORTH

The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

 The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Enthusiasts and families enjoy Cumbria Steam Gathering
FANS of engines are in their element this weekend at the popular Cumbria Steam Gathering.

The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Pulling together: From left, Ed Little, Charlie, George and Will Harrison, and Alf Foster from Lowick

MILTON HAWORTH

All aboard: The Lancaster and Morecambe Model Engineering Society give free rides to visitors

MILTON HAWORTH

Towed away: There were some unique modes of travel on display, from exhibitors and visitors alike

MILTON HAWORTH

Delivery: Sally Anne Bonney from Dalton with a 1958 split window VW panel van built in Wolfsburg, exported to Canada and bought and restored by Sally Anne's boyfriend, Glynn Dunford from Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

Popular: Massive interest in the motorcycle section at the 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering

MILTON HAWORTH

Roll up: Looking out over the gathering from the fun fair

MILTON HAWORTH

Van-tastic: A selection of commercial vehicles on display

MILTON HAWORTH

Wheely good: Another unique way of navigating the show site

MILTON HAWORTH

Back from the brink: Tommy Fellows from Kendal with his 1961 Matchless 350, rescued and restored after more than 20 years in a scrapyard

MILTON HAWORTH

Treasured: It might look a bit battered, but this 1938 Gray Quad Ant is owned and cherished by Millom's Barry Gordon

MILTON HAWORTH

Vintage: Veteran cars queue to enter the arena

MILTON HAWORTH

Delivery: Sally Anne Bonney from Dalton with a 1958 split window VW panel van built in Wolfsburg, exported to Canada and bought and restored by Sally Anne's boyfriend, Glynn Dunford from Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

Little delight: A three-wheel minicar heads down the runway

MILTON HAWORTH

Brew time: In the Living Van are Charlie, eight, mum Alex and dad Chris Harrison from Lowick Green

MILTON HAWORTH

The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

 The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
The 2017 Cumbria Steam Gathering at Flookburgh attracted exhibitors and visitors from far and wide. Final polish for this 6inch scale model Tasker Steam Tractor from Ellie Cowell and Rachel Webster. 29th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Enthusiasts and families enjoy Cumbria Steam Gathering
FANS of engines are in their element this weekend at the popular Cumbria Steam Gathering.

Research: Rod White with the grave of Robert Davies on a guided walk at Dalton cemetery in 2015 BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29

Victorian development: The main entrance to Barrow cemetery on Devonshire Road BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29

Remembered: These six Barrow cemetery graves are to sailors of the Royal Canadian Navy. They were part of the badly damaged HMCS Saguenay which was brought to Barrow in 1940. They are among the many Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstones from both world wars which can be seen at Barrow BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29

Finding Out: Rod White leads a walk at Dalton cemetery in 2015 BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29

 Research: Rod White with the grave of Robert Davies on a guided walk at Dalton cemetery in 2015 BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29
Research: Rod White with the grave of Robert Davies on a guided walk at Dalton cemetery in 2015 BILL MYERS cemetery-jul-29
Cemetery walks reveal stories behind the stones at Barrow and Dalton
EVERY cemetery holds a treasury of tales about long careers, heroic conduct and unusual accidents.

Taking stock: Pupils and teachers from Dowdales School sort out the food collected for the foodbank. Back, from left, teachers Kelsie Hodgson, Darren Phillipson, and Sian Waplington. front, pupils Seth McQuillam, Daniel Watson, Dominic Beattie and Hannah Taylor

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 Taking stock: Pupils and teachers from Dowdales School sort out the food collected for the foodbank. Back, from left, teachers Kelsie Hodgson, Darren Phillipson, and Sian Waplington. front, pupils Seth McQuillam, Daniel Watson, Dominic Beattie and Hannah Taylor MILTON HAWORTH
Taking stock: Pupils and teachers from Dowdales School sort out the food collected for the foodbank. Back, from left, teachers Kelsie Hodgson, Darren Phillipson, and Sian Waplington. front, pupils Seth McQuillam, Daniel Watson, Dominic Beattie and Hannah Taylor MILTON HAWORTH
Dalton school community proud to offer support to foodbank
A DALTON school community is proud to have supported an appeal to help a foodbank.

Winner: Bill Millard helped West Mount defeat North Scale

 Winner: Bill Millard helped West Mount defeat North Scale
Winner: Bill Millard helped West Mount defeat North Scale
West Mount buck losing trend at foot for Furness Senior Citizens' League
IT was a bad day for four out of the five sides at the foot of the Deltawaite Ltd Furness Senior Citizens’ Bowling League Division One.