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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.

Relief: Sarah Deakin with her husband Scott Deakin

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Scan: Sarah Deakin's brain tumour which was discovered during a routine eye-test

Family: Scott and Sarah Deakin with son Kane

Together: Sarah Deakin and son Kane

Sarah Deakin

Kane and Scott Deakin with Barrow Raiders player Bradd Crellin

Sarah Deakin

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The tumour after the operation

Sarah Deakin's huge brain tumour

 Relief: Sarah Deakin with her husband Scott Deakin LINDSEY DICKINGS
Relief: Sarah Deakin with her husband Scott Deakin LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow mum's life saved after routine eye-test discovered huge brain tumour
SARAH Deakin has her optician to thank for potentially saving her life by flagging up what turned out to be an incredibly rare brain tumour during a "run-of-the-mill eye test".

The new management team at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER

 The new management team at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER
The new management team at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Dalton LEANNE BOLGER
New animal director threatened to quit post over 'misunderstandings and disagreements' with zoo boss
SOUTH Lakes Safari Zoo is complying with the conditions of its licence - despite the man tasked with changing its fortunes threatening to resign.

School dinners: Chetwynde Pupils at Barrow sample the award-winning food at the school in 2007. It beat 150 schools to be Sodexho's independent school champion

 School dinners: Chetwynde Pupils at Barrow sample the award-winning food at the school in 2007. It beat 150 schools to be Sodexho's independent school champion
School dinners: Chetwynde Pupils at Barrow sample the award-winning food at the school in 2007. It beat 150 schools to be Sodexho's independent school champion
10 YEARS AGO
Bill Steel stepped down as chairman of Barow's Abbey Musical Society after 32 years.

Breathalyser machine. STUART WALKER

 Breathalyser machine. STUART WALKER
Breathalyser machine. STUART WALKER
Manchester University graduate banned after drink driving in Windermere
A MANCHESTER man has been disqualified from driving for 16 months after pleading guilty to drink driving in Windermere.

Dalton Town Band at last year's carnival LEANNE BOLGER

 Dalton Town Band at last year's carnival LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton Town Band at last year's carnival LEANNE BOLGER
Dalton Carnival committee makes volunteer appeal before annual meeting
DALTON Carnival committee will host its annual meeting next week.

Team effort: Evan Jones (left) and (from the top) Jack Stephenson, Elliot Stockdale and Adam Cartmel make the tackle LINDSEY DICKINGS

Good Evan: Dalton's Evan Jones tries to break through in the Cumbria Cup final against Kells LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pat on the back: Pat Kelly breaks clear LINDSEY DICKINGS

Touchdown: Jack Crarey is congratulated on his try for Dalton against Kells at Redwaters LINDSEY DICKINGS

Power play: Pushing through the Kells defence is Jack Stephenson LINDSEY DICKINGS

Solid defence: Elliot Stockdale and Cameron Hetherington LINDSEY DICKINGS

One on one: Adam Cartmel LINDSEY DICKINGS

Happy Jack: It's a try for Dalton's Jack Crarey LINDSEY DICKINGS

On the charge: Adam Cartmel LINDSEY DICKINGS

Full of running: Adam Cartmel LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Team effort: Evan Jones (left) and (from the top) Jack Stephenson, Elliot Stockdale and Adam Cartmel make the tackle LINDSEY DICKINGS
Team effort: Evan Jones (left) and (from the top) Jack Stephenson, Elliot Stockdale and Adam Cartmel make the tackle LINDSEY DICKINGS
Destructive Dalton RL Under-16s see off Kells to clinch dream double
Dalton Dragons 34 Kells 6

Insight: An extract from 'Snippets from a Hearty Diary' by Catherine MacKay

Test: A drawing of Mrs MacKay getting swabbed for MRSA as she recovered

On the road to recovery: In the gym

Record: Mrs MacKay's diary explored her heart operation experience

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 Insight: An extract from 'Snippets from a Hearty Diary' by Catherine MacKay
Insight: An extract from 'Snippets from a Hearty Diary' by Catherine MacKay
Dalton artist who documented her heart surgery praised at national awards ceremony
A DIARY which helped a Dalton woman through a life-saving heart operation has been celebrated at a national awards ceremony for its lasting impact.

The tarmac in Dalton Road

 The tarmac in Dalton Road
The tarmac in Dalton Road
Out-of-place tarmac in pedestrian area of Barrow town centre 'will be replaced'
DECORATIVE flags in Barrow's Dalton Road which were removed while work was carried out will eventually be replaced, council bosses have confirmed.

Eating up: A new breakfast club was started for youngsters at Church Walk Nursery, Ulverston, in 2007

 Eating up: A new breakfast club was started for youngsters at Church Walk Nursery, Ulverston, in 2007
Eating up: A new breakfast club was started for youngsters at Church Walk Nursery, Ulverston, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A boy aged around 10 had to be rescued by firefighters after managing to climb to the top of the Cenotaph in Barrow Public Park.

Janet Theresa Fox drank three gin and tonics before crashing her car minutes from her home ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE

 Janet Theresa Fox drank three gin and tonics before crashing her car minutes from her home ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Janet Theresa Fox drank three gin and tonics before crashing her car minutes from her home ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Ban for Grange drink driver who crashed minutes from home
A GRANGE woman drank three gin and tonics before crashing her car minutes from her home.

The injury suffered by Mr Greenway

 The injury suffered by Mr Greenway
The injury suffered by Mr Greenway
Dalton parents in plea to help identify attackers behind hit-and-run stabbing
A MOTORIST who was stabbed in the hand after a blue Renault Clio deliberately shunted into his car has called for members of the public to help trace his attackers.

DALTON ZOO

 DALTON ZOO
DALTON ZOO
Dalton Zoo is completely FREE ENTRY until October 20
ADMISSION to the Safari Zoo at Dalton is free for all from October 1 until October 20.

The damaged car driven by the male victim

 The damaged car driven by the male victim
The damaged car driven by the male victim
Man stabbed in hand after being rammed by another car and attacked by two occupants
A DALTON man was taken to hospital after receiving a serious hand injury following a collision near Marton.

Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Barrow son who assaulted mother and a police officer given community service
A BARROW man who smashed up his mother's possessions and assaulted a police officer has been sentenced to community service.

Theatre Bar in Cavendish Street

 Theatre Bar in Cavendish Street
Theatre Bar in Cavendish Street
Fine for drunken Barrow reveller caught with cannabis
A DRUNKEN reveller who was thrown out of a Barrow pub has been fined after cannabis was found in his possession.

Regional director of Northern Rail, Sharon Keith

 Regional director of Northern Rail, Sharon Keith
Regional director of Northern Rail, Sharon Keith
Rail bosses warn against busy services in South Cumbria during strike days
AS a result of strike action Northern is operating amended rail timetables and expects those services which are running to be extremely busy.

Police cells

 Police cells
Police cells
Barrow man accused of cannabis possession and damaging police cells
A 22-year-old Barrow man will appear at court accused of three offences.

Market Street Car Park

 Market Street Car Park
Market Street Car Park
Manchester man accused of drug driving in Barrow
A MANCHESTER man is due to appear in court charged with three counts of drug driving.

Police

 Police
Police
Police investigation following alleged burglary at joiners shop
POLICE are investigating an alleged burglary of a Barrow joiners shop.

Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Parents Aydn Blake and Sally McKimm with their twin daughters Hazel Blake (L) and Lily Blake (R). Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake acting as a little bridesmaid. Family picture. 30/09/17

Twins Hazel (L) and Lily (R) Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake (l) with her identical twin sister Lily (r). Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake (second, top left) and her identical twin sister Lily (far, top right) acting as flower girls at a wedding. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake (L) with her twin sister Lily (r) and their parents Aydn Blake and Sally McKimm. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake (R) playing with her twin sister Lily (L). Family picture. 30/09/17

Twins Hazel (R) and Lily (L) Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Twins Hazel (R) and Lily (L) Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

Hazel Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17

 Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17
Hazel Eve Blake. Family picture. 30/09/17
"She just loved it all" - Tributes paid to 15-month-old Barrow twin taken too soon
THE parents of a twin baby girl from Barrow who was "always smiling" have paid loving tributes to her after she tragically died aged just 15 months old.

Cumbria Police.

 Cumbria Police.
Cumbria Police.
Woman arrested after breaching court order
A WOMAN has been arrested after breaching a court order.

Sentenced: Jonathan Heath outside Furness Magistrates' Court after being disqualified from driving

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 Sentenced: Jonathan Heath outside Furness Magistrates' Court after being disqualified from driving LINDSEY DICKINGS
Sentenced: Jonathan Heath outside Furness Magistrates' Court after being disqualified from driving LINDSEY DICKINGS
Drunk Dalton soldier banned from driving after flipping his car on Kirkby Moor
A DALTON soldier whose job requires him to drive tanks has been banned from driving after he drunkenly flipped his car on to its roof.

Looking back: A painting of Ulverston's Georgian theatre SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Public appeal: A poster from 1866 promoting penny readings to raise cash for a Barrow hospital SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Ticket time: Promotional material for performances at Cartmel theatre SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Best seats: It cost up to three shillings and sixpence (17p) to watch the Old Vic Theatre at Ulverston's Roxy in 1940 SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Big laughs: A night of comedy featuring the Nitwits at Barrow's Coliseum theatre in 1949 SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Entertainment: A vintage piece of promotional material for The Yeoman of the Guard at Barrow's Royal theatre SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

Variety show: The front of a programme for the Palace theatre at Barrow SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02

 Looking back: A painting of Ulverston's Georgian theatre SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02
Looking back: A painting of Ulverston's Georgian theatre SUBMITTED theatre-oct-02
New Barrow exhibition traces decades of entertainment
THE curtain will rise today on a new exhibition featuring the history and traditions of entertainment in South Cumbria.

Dalton Road in Barrow dressed up for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

The Duke of Edinburgh at Holker Hall Horse Trials in 1988. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Dalton half marathon to raise money for the new baths. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Dalton in the early 1950s. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Barrow old market in 1961. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Ulverston Charter Raft Race on the canal in 1984. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Ulverston Market Street. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Grange Promenade in 1990. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Millom and Broughton Show 1991. Parade of the bulls. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Barrow Centenary 1967. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Children scrabble for pennies at the Charter Decleration held in Broughton Square. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

Holborn Hill Royal Brass Band marching in the 1980s. THE MAIL ARCHIVE

 Dalton Road in Barrow dressed up for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. THE MAIL ARCHIVE
Dalton Road in Barrow dressed up for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. THE MAIL ARCHIVE
Cobbled streets and community spirit on display through the years
LIKE many small corners of the country, south Cumbria has changed a lot over the years.

Callout: Barrow fire engine

 Callout: Barrow fire engine
Callout: Barrow fire engine
Barrow fire crew among those to attend blaze at south Cumbria home which burned for more than 12 hours
BARROW firefighters were among those sent to a major blaze at a home in south Cumbria.
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