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Proper Job: A furness road repair gang with a steam-powered road roller in 1905 SUBMITTED steam-jul-28

Top gear: A Bedford flatback lorry from B. Birch at Lindale which appeared at last year's Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS steam-jul-28

Traffic jam: A selection of vintage road signs at last year's Cumbria Steam Gathering SUBMITTED steam-jul-28

Road transport: bulk liquids could be towed behind steam-powered vehicles. This example is from Old Hall Farm, Bouth, and was at the 2016 Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS steam-jul-28

Survivor: A Bedford SB was was supplied new to Rhyl United Coachways and is on show at the Jurby Transport Museum on the Isle of Man. Coaches like this were a common sight throughout the country from 1950 BILL MYERS steam-jul-28

Big push: Not all vintage vehicles needed an engine. This preserved handcart for doorstep milk deliveries was spotted in the Bridewell Museum in Norwich BILL MYERS steam-jul-28

 Proper Job: A furness road repair gang with a steam-powered road roller in 1905 SUBMITTED steam-jul-28
Proper Job: A furness road repair gang with a steam-powered road roller in 1905 SUBMITTED steam-jul-28
When Furness steam-powered giants ruled the roads
IT is now pretty hard to imagine that the giant steam rollers and gleaming traction engines which will be on show at this weekend's Cumbria Steam Gathering once had to work hard for a living.

Hearing: An in quest into the death of Paul Edward Smith is to be held at Barrow Town Hall

 Hearing: An in quest into the death of Paul Edward Smith is to be held at Barrow Town Hall
Hearing: An in quest into the death of Paul Edward Smith is to be held at Barrow Town Hall
Inquest to take place following death of much-loved Dalton man
AN inquest has been scheduled to determine the cause and circumstances of a Dalton man's death.

Good arrows: Shaun McPoland MILTON HAWORTH

 Good arrows: Shaun McPoland MILTON HAWORTH
Good arrows: Shaun McPoland MILTON HAWORTH
Super Mac makes his mark for Costello's in Barrow Central Darts League
SHAUN McPoland and Peter Grydziuszko were in top form for Costello's in the Central Darts League.

Young gun: Shane Sanderson scored two tries on his debut for Barrow Island A JON GRANGER

 Young gun: Shane Sanderson scored two tries on his debut for Barrow Island A JON GRANGER
Young gun: Shane Sanderson scored two tries on his debut for Barrow Island A JON GRANGER
Ulverston and Askam advance in KO Cup
ULVERSTON were too strong all-round for Dalton in the Barrow and District League KO Cup, as they triumphed 34-10.

The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.

Staff at George Romney.

The Ginger Bakers team.

Geoff Monkman, of Cumbrian Delights.

 The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
Co-op backs Cumbrian producers
The Co-op has launched a local sourcing programme in Cumbria.

Dalton Road in Barrow

 Dalton Road in Barrow
Dalton Road in Barrow
Barrow new flats planning application clarification and apology
A REPORT in The Mail published online on July 26 and in print on July 27 contained an error.

Scorer: Connor Saunders helped put points on the board for Ulverston in their Harry Warman Trophy triumph HARRY ATKINSON

Harry Atkinson

 Scorer: Connor Saunders helped put points on the board for Ulverston in their Harry Warman Trophy triumph HARRY ATKINSON
Harry Atkinson
Scorer: Connor Saunders helped put points on the board for Ulverston in their Harry Warman Trophy triumph HARRY ATKINSON
Ulverston land Harry Warman Trophy
Dalton 14 Ulverston 22

Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK

Appeal: Joanne Jagger from Dalton who has terminal cancer. Joanne is encouraging women to have smear tests and for the smear test age to be lowered. She is pictured with family members Paul Jagger and George and Samuel Graham SHEENAH ALCOCK

Offering support: The Recover and Rediscover Cancer Support Group meeting at Barrow and District Disability Association. From left: Carla Alexander, Yvonne Bewley, Sue Chapman, chairman Joanne Jagger, Claire Burton, Jude Cowsill and Margaret Arnfield LINDSEY DICKINGS

Joanne Jagger with husband Paul Jagger, youngest son George Graham, eldest son Samuel Graham and his partner Katie Brown on holiday in Cyprus, June 2017

 Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK
Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK
Dalton mum diagnosed with terminal cancer urges woman to have smear tests
A MOTHER is encouraging all women to have regular smear tests after her cancer was diagnosed as terminal.

Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK

Appeal: Joanne Jagger from Dalton who has terminal cancer. Joanne is encouraging women to have smear tests and for the smear test age to be lowered. She is pictured with family members Paul Jagger and George and Samuel Graham SHEENAH ALCOCK

Offering support: The Recover and Rediscover Cancer Support Group meeting at Barrow and District Disability Association. From left: Carla Alexander, Yvonne Bewley, Sue Chapman, chairman Joanne Jagger, Claire Burton, Jude Cowsill and Margaret Arnfield LINDSEY DICKINGS

Joanne Jagger with husband Paul Jagger, youngest son George Graham, eldest son Samuel Graham and his partner Katie Brown on holiday in Cyprus, June 2017

 Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK
Ordeal: Joanne Jagger SHEENAH ALCOCK
Dalton mum diagnosed with terminal cancer urges woman to have smear tests
A MOTHER is encouraging all women to have regular smear tests after her cancer was diagnosed as terminal.

ULVERSTON AND NORTH LONSDALE SHOW- Prize winning sheep Ulverston and North Lonsdale show, Ulverston, Wednesday 29th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

 ULVERSTON AND NORTH LONSDALE SHOW- Prize winning sheep Ulverston and North Lonsdale show, Ulverston, Wednesday 29th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
ULVERSTON AND NORTH LONSDALE SHOW- Prize winning sheep Ulverston and North Lonsdale show, Ulverston, Wednesday 29th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
Is the Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show still on?
TORRENTIAL rain won't stop visitors enjoying a farming extravagnza today.
Barrow man jailed after admitting domestic violence assault on woman in Dalton
A MAN from Barrow has been locked up for three weeks after pleading guilty to assault.

Having fun: Enjoying last year's show are Emily Shutt, six, Josh Williams, Chloe Williams and Alfie Shut

Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER

Winner: Owen Airey from Urswick whose sheep won Champion Sheep of the field with his Suffolk sheep

Day out: Sisters Lilian and Georgia Sherrington

In the ring: Charisse Millard from Bootle showing her calf

Entertainers: Furness Morris dancers (l-R) Jack Summers-Glass, Eilish Hill, Steve Lawler, Ian Boyle, John Metcalfe and Tina Boyle

Pooches: A lovely line up of dogs in Alice's Dog Show

Top dog: Best in Show 2016 was Elise the Alaskan Malamute handled by Frankie and Joe

In action: Competitors in Alice's Dog Show at Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show last year

Taking part: Alice's Dog Show entrants with judge Steph Whitaker

Feathers galore: The poultry tent

Perfect poultry: One of the show tents

Big beasts: Heavy horse judging

Big draw: Sheep pens on the showground

 Having fun: Enjoying last year's show are Emily Shutt, six, Josh Williams, Chloe Williams and Alfie Shut Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER
Having fun: Enjoying last year's show are Emily Shutt, six, Josh Williams, Chloe Williams and Alfie Shut Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER
What's on at Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show
FROM livestock and horses, to a fun dog show and children's entertainment - a busy agricultural event is ready to put on an enjoyable day for all the family.

Barrow Town Hall

 Barrow Town Hall
Barrow Town Hall
Public inquiry taking place today amid Barrow new homes row
A PUBLIC inquiry is taking place today after a house builder launched a legal battle when council bosses knocked back their plans to build 142 new homes in Barrow.

On top: Andy Thornton continues to lead the BIG Smash League JON GRANGER

Mixed fortunes: Barry Lowden won one and lost one in week four of the BIG Smash JON GRANGER

 On top: Andy Thornton continues to lead the BIG Smash League JON GRANGER
On top: Andy Thornton continues to lead the BIG Smash League JON GRANGER
Thornton maintains unbeaten run in BIG Smash Bowling League
ANDY Thornton continued his unbeaten run to lead the BIG Smash League after four rounds of matches.

Full bags: Staff from The Mail with the rubbish collected from Barrow town centre

Before: a rubbish-strewn walkway

After: Spick and span

 Full bags: Staff from The Mail with the rubbish collected from Barrow town centre
Full bags: Staff from The Mail with the rubbish collected from Barrow town centre
Mail staff take to Barrow streets for a Big Clean effort
A 15-MINUTE flurry proved all that is needed to clean up our streets is maximum effort but just a minimum of time.

Hands-on: Master glass maker David Sharp, left, with the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS

Greeting: The Duke of Gloucester and lord lieutenant of Cumbria Claire Hensman LINDSEY DICKINGS

Fact finding: The Duke of Gloucester with high sheriff of Cumbria Alistair Wannop and his wife Julie Wannop LINDSEY DICKINGS

Memorable day: The Duke of Gloucester meets baby massage class leader Katrina Dodd, with her daughter Matilda Dodd. Also pictured is Barry Doughty LINDSEY DICKINGS

Meeting: Matilda Dodd LINDSEY DICKINGS

Mothers: The Duke of Gloucester greets mums and babies who were taking part in a baby massage class LINDSEY DICKINGS

Chat: The Duke of Gloucester with, from left, Dowdales School pupils Joss Perie and Curtis Robinson, Barry Doughty and teacher Sian Waplington LINDSEY DICKINGS

Welcome: The Duke of Gloucester visits Cumbria Crystal in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS

Discussion: The Duke of Gloucester chats to MD Chris Blade LINDSEY DICKINGS

Knowledge: Master glass maker David Sharp LINDSEY DICKINGS

Skill: Master glass maker David Sharp with MD Chris Blade, left, and the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS

Advice: Master glass maker David Sharp, right, gives instruction to the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Hands-on: Master glass maker David Sharp, left, with the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS
Hands-on: Master glass maker David Sharp, left, with the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS
Royal visit pays tribute to Furness community and business
JEWELS in the crown of our local communities were on display as south Cumbria welcomed a royal visitor to the area.

Protest: Carlyne Whetstone from the Waspi Barrow branch

LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Protest: Carlyne Whetstone from the Waspi Barrow branch LINDSEY DICKINGS
Protest: Carlyne Whetstone from the Waspi Barrow branch LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness pension campaign group to meet
A PENSION advocacy group will hold its monthly meeting later this week.

Important knock: Mark Daly hit 58 as Furness beat Workington MILTON HAWORTH

 Important knock: Mark Daly hit 58 as Furness beat Workington MILTON HAWORTH
Important knock: Mark Daly hit 58 as Furness beat Workington MILTON HAWORTH
Furness beat leaders Workington to close gap
FURNESS closed the gap on North Lancs and Cumbria Cricket League leaders Workington to just two points with victory in a rain-affected match.

A lovely line up of dogs in Alice's Dog Show and Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show.

 A lovely line up of dogs in Alice's Dog Show and Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show.
A lovely line up of dogs in Alice's Dog Show and Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show.
Still time to win family ticket for Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show
THERE is still a little time left to win a family ticket for Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show, which takes place this Wednesday.

Champions: Solo class winners Helen Jackson (left) and Tom Gibbs cut the cake after victory in the Lakeland Lanequest series SUBMITTED

Family affair: Generation pairs winners Sharon Hutchison (left) and daughter Briege receive their prizes from Toby Dalton, of sponsors Wheelbase SUBMITTED

Brothers in arms: Pairs winners Lee (left) and Ben Procter receive their prize from Toby Dalton SUBMITTED

Almost theree: Men's solo runner-up David Heffernan (left) receives his prize from Toby Dalton SUBMITTED

Missing out: Women's solo runner-up Jo Cleary (left) receives her prize from Toby Dalton SUBMITTED

On the road: Dave Sproston crosses the line in the final event of the Lakeland Lanequest Series at Staveley SUBMITTED

 Champions: Solo class winners Helen Jackson (left) and Tom Gibbs cut the cake after victory in the Lakeland Lanequest series SUBMITTED
Champions: Solo class winners Helen Jackson (left) and Tom Gibbs cut the cake after victory in the Lakeland Lanequest series SUBMITTED
High fives for Gibbs as he lands Lakeland Lanequest title
TOM Gibbs capped a dominant Lakeland Lanequest Series with victory in the final event in Staveley to take the title.

'Amazing response': Ann Mills

 'Amazing response': Ann Mills
'Amazing response': Ann Mills
Donations pour in to help foodbank meet soaring demand
A CAMPAIGN launched by The Mail to help replenish stocks at a foodbank has been a resounding success.

Tough get going: Kate Lawty with her 1955 Land Rover Series 1 named Ernie LINDSEY DICKINGS

At the wheel: Eddy Rafter in his 1973 Cadillac Coupe de Ville LINDSEY DICKINGS

On your bike: Some of the vintage bikes on show LINDSEY DICKINGS

Vintage looks: Some of the vehicles on display LINDSEY DICKINGS

All mod cons: Vince Roberts with his 1966 Lambretta SX200 LINDSEY DICKINGS

On the prowl: David Robinson with his Jaguar LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Tough get going: Kate Lawty with her 1955 Land Rover Series 1 named Ernie LINDSEY DICKINGS
Tough get going: Kate Lawty with her 1955 Land Rover Series 1 named Ernie LINDSEY DICKINGS
Spectacular display of vintage and classic cars and motorbikes line Barrow's streets
A SPECTACULAR display of vintage/classic cars and motorbikes lined Barrow town centre on Saturday.

Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22

Local links: A postmark from Dalton at 7.30pm on July 17 in 1906 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Going places: A postcard printed in the Manx language and sent to Dalton in the Edwardian era SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Looking down: An Edwardian postcard showing Market Street, Dalton, from the castle roof SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Official business An envelope from the 1880s which was sent by the Dalton Local Board to an Ulverston solicitor SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Old ways: There is a Kendal postmark from 1840 on this letter to Kirkby Lonsdale which was sent by the Dent Penny Post. This was quickly made redundant by the popularity of postage stamps SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

A letter folded over to form an envelope and containing news about the Dalton Club in 1881 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Local service: A postmark from 1903 from the post office at Dale Head in the Lake District SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Postal base: Fisher Head, near Thirlmere, was the post office for Dalr Head until 1938 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

 Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22
Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22
Edwardian postcard in Manx language was sent to Dalton
AMONG the historic items shown at a meeting of the Cumbria Postal History Society held in Kendal was a postcard in the Manx language which was sent to Dalton.

Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY

 Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY
Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY
Kirkby make big strides in quest for Furness Senior Bowls promotion
KIRKBY claimed a key win in their quest for promotion to Deltawaite Ltd Furness Senior Citizens Bowling League Division One.

Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show

LEANNE BOLGER

 Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show LEANNE BOLGER
Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show LEANNE BOLGER
Win a family ticket prize for Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show
THE Mail has two family ticket prizes to give away for the 2017 Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show, which takes place on Wednesday July 26.

Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER

Title: Alice's Dog Show at Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show. Best in Show 2016 was Elise the Alaskan malamute handled by Frankie and Joe

Feeding time: Faye Henson, from Witherslack, showing her Shetland sheep LEANNE BOLGER

Comfy: Sheep pens at the showground LEANNE BOLGER

Mums: Kylie McKenna, left, and Michelle Knott from Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Attention to detail: Heavy horse judging LEANNE BOLGER

Bite to eat: Jasper Charmers, from Witherslack LEANNE BOLGER

Animal magic: Alice's dog show LEANNE BOLGER

Cattle do nicely: Alan Myerscough's Limousins LEANNE BOLGER

Rosettes: The poultry tent LEANNE BOLGER

Recognition: Owen Airey, from Urswick, who won Champion Sheep of the field with his Suffolk sheep LEANNE BOLGER

Eggs-tra special: The poultry tent LEANNE BOLGER

Creations: Furness Wood Turners in the craft tent LEANNE BOLGER

 Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER
Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show ready to stage great family day out
A POPULAR south Cumbria agricultural show is preparing to stage a great family day out.

Dominos Pizza

 Dominos Pizza
Dominos Pizza
National pizza chain 'with one other in Barrow' to open second store and create 20 jobs
A NATIONAL pizza chain which has one other in Walney Road is to open a second outlet in Barrow.

Call-up: Morgan Knowles is in Wales' train-on squad for the Rugby League World Cup PA

 Call-up: Morgan Knowles is in Wales' train-on squad for the Rugby League World Cup PA
Call-up: Morgan Knowles is in Wales' train-on squad for the Rugby League World Cup PA
Ex-Barrow Island junior Morgan Knowles earns Wales World Cup train-on call
MORGAN Knowles is one of the players who has been named in Wales' 38-man train-on squad for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.

Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue

Care: Irene Cannon pictured with recent additions to her 'hedgehog hospital' at her home in Dalton

On the mend: Furness Hedgehog Rescue, run by Irene Cannon

LEANNE BOLGER

 Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue
Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue
South Cumbria hedgehogs’ hospital given generous makeover
VULNERABLE critters are living the life of luxury in newly-decorated digs thanks to Barrow’s answer to DIY SOS.

Sad goodbye: From left: Jack and Jill playgroup staff Lynn Atkinson, Jodie Brown, Claire Round, Maddie Cooper, playgroup member Eleanor Walden and Julie Davies LEANNE BOLGER

 Sad goodbye: From left: Jack and Jill playgroup staff Lynn Atkinson, Jodie Brown, Claire Round, Maddie Cooper, playgroup member Eleanor Walden and Julie Davies LEANNE BOLGER
Sad goodbye: From left: Jack and Jill playgroup staff Lynn Atkinson, Jodie Brown, Claire Round, Maddie Cooper, playgroup member Eleanor Walden and Julie Davies LEANNE BOLGER
Celebrations tinged with sadness as Dalton playgroup closes its doors after 44 years
THERE were some beautiful flowers for playgroup manager Claire Round and her assistant manager Maddie Cooper after they were nominated for The Mail's Bouquet of the Week.