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File photo dated 29/8/2017 of a pint being poured. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

 File photo dated 29/8/2017 of a pint being poured. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
File photo dated 29/8/2017 of a pint being poured. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
Warrant issued for arrest of alleged underage Furness drinker accused of assaulting a PC
A WARRANT has been issued after a suspected underage Furness drinker failed to attend court to answer charges of being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a police officer.

Marjorie Harris, a postmistress from Walney, collects the prize in Age Concern's summer quiz from Jo Ward in 2007

 Marjorie Harris, a postmistress from Walney, collects the prize in Age Concern's summer quiz from Jo Ward in 2007
Marjorie Harris, a postmistress from Walney, collects the prize in Age Concern's summer quiz from Jo Ward in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
South Lakes MP Tim Farron backed charity Age Concern in its battle over day care charges for the elderly in Cumbria.

HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.

HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.

HOYS 2017- Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Rebecca McColl's Hopgarden Playboy.

HOYS 2017 Ellie Simmonds, of Ulverston with Birchmoor Admiral.

HOY 2017 Kate Wilson with Tarbarl Mary Jane.

HOYS 2017 Katie Wilson and Dales mare Tarbarl Mary Jane, owned by G Cockbain.

HOYS 2017 - Mollie Mae Jeffrey, of Ulverston, and Annandale Hallmark. Emmpix.co.uk (Emma Gann Photography)

HOYS 2017 - Morgan Pearce, of Barrow, and Pentrecoed David

HOYS 2017 Emily Myerscough and Arturos Toast. Ian Shuttleworth

HOYS 2017 Georgie Osmond and Llafar Tia.

HOYS 2017 Aileen Curle's Highland stallion Harris of Mendick with Brian Williams, of Appleby.

HOYS 2017 Aileen Curle's Highland stallion Harris of Mendick with Brian Williams, of Appleby.

HOYS 2017 Emma Boardman, of Brampton, Carlisle, with Dyffryngwy Sir Picasso.

HOYS 2017 Emma Litt, of Cockermouth, with Randalstown Brannigan.

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Alison Fearn's Tarnbrook Take It All and Ingrid Reid's Woody III.

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Jane Rooke's Let's Dance,

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Ingrid Reid's Woody III.

HOYS 2017 Dannii Thexton, of Kendal with Anne Wilson's Allied Answer

HOYS 2017 Dannii Thexton, of Kendal with Anne Wilson's Jardine Rio.

HOYS 2017 Shetland stallion Lotuspoint Cassius bred by Lotuspoint Stud, Wigton, owned by Nevanscott Stud, County Durham, ridden by Emily Alice Stobbart.

 HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.
HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.
Cumbria competitors all set for the 'World's Most Famous Horse Show'
THE "World's Most Famous Horse Show" takes place next week and Cumbria equestrians are all set for the big occasion.
Greater Manchester Police are appealing for witnesses
Greater Manchester Police are appealing for witnesses
Greater Manchester Police are appealing for witnesses
Man dies after being stabbed in neck as nightclub brawl spills into street
A man has been stabbed to death in a "shockingly violent" city centre brawl which left several other people in hospital.

Honour: Invictus Games hero Charlie Walker

Flying the flag: Dalton Invictus Games heroes Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker

Great effort: Team UK celebrate winning silver in the wheelchair rugby at Invictus Games Toronto

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Founder: Prince Harry watches wheelchair rugby at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Founder: Prince Harry watches wheelchair rugby at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto

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Teamwork: Invictus Games hero Charlie Walker

 Honour: Invictus Games hero Charlie Walker
Honour: Invictus Games hero Charlie Walker
Dalton hero celebrates silver and bronze medals at Invictus Games Toronto with UK team
DALTON hero Charlie Walker is celebrating winning a silver and a bronze medal with the UK team at the Invictus Games Toronto.

Doling and Son, in Buccleuch Street, Barrow

Danny's Discount store, from 1991, in Botchergate, Carlisle.

Pink Panther, Carlisle.

Woolworths on Pow Street, Workington

March 23 1992. Staff arrive for training at Carlisle's new Food Giant store.

Carlisle's Woolworth branch.

Strange Fruit in Whitehaven.

Bulloughs Christmas window view in Carlisle.

Devonshire Street, Carlisle looking towards the Viaduct in 1970 with Fine Fare supermarket on the right.

Showjumping legend Harvey Smith meets young fans at Carlisle's County Store.

The GAP shop in The Lanes, Carlisle

Pacha coffee house, King Street, Whitehaven.

Littlewoods,Carlisle in 1969.

Woolworths, Whitehaven town centre

The BHS shop in Carlisle

Looking up Scotch Street, Carlisle, towards the city centre as The Lanes development begins with the demolition of shops along the main street and behind them the old houses along the lanes to Lowther Street. Harker and Bell's were outfitters specialising in school uniforms.

Interior of Thurnhams on Lonsdale Street, Carlisle, pictured in 1990.

 Doling and Son, in Buccleuch Street, Barrow
Doling and Son, in Buccleuch Street, Barrow
These 17 pictures of shut-down Cumbrian shops will make you nostalgic for the past
Our picture gallery takes a trip down memory lane

Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage

 Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage
Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage
10 YEARS AGO
Radio presenter Eric Robson was in Coniston to open a new walking route through the ground of Monk Coniston Hall.

Work crews carrying out broadband maintenance in Lindal. Photo: Submitted

 Work crews carrying out broadband maintenance in Lindal. Photo: Submitted
Work crews carrying out broadband maintenance in Lindal. Photo: Submitted
Long tailbacks on the A590 near Lindal causing delays for drivers
MOTORISTS are reporting long delays on the A590 near Lindal this afternoon.

Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker

 Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker
Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker
Holker look to continue purple patch after Trophy victory
HOLKER Old Boys will look to maintain their excellent recent recent form under new manager Guy Heffernan when they head to Chadderton tomorrow.

Key man: Millom player-coach Adam Redhead

Solid: Dillan Taputu of Furness

Return: Hawcoat’s Adam Grainger

 Key man: Millom player-coach Adam Redhead
Key man: Millom player-coach Adam Redhead
Millom hope home comforts can help them get Upper hand
Millom v Upper Eden

Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season

 Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season
Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season
Askam RL boss Wilson hoping to end career in winning style
Wigan St Jude’s v Askam

High street: Dalton Road, Barrow

 High street: Dalton Road, Barrow
High street: Dalton Road, Barrow
Barrow cash machine fraudster involved in £16m international money laundering scam
A CRIMINAL who was caught attaching skimming devices to cash machines in Barrow was part of a major money laundering network involving millions of pounds in stolen cash.

Pupils from South Walney Infant and Nursery School, Ormsgill Nursery and Primary School and Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School arrived at Barrow Library to watch Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS

Ruth Mary Johnson plays Joey during the performance of Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo - Full of giggles is Year One pupil Kayden from Ormsgill Nursery and Primary School LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo- Children watching the show LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zo - Ruth Mary Johnson plays Joey LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo - Zoe Lambert plays the Zoo Keeper LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo - Zoe Lambert plays the Zoo Keeper and Ruth Mary Johnson plays Joey LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo - From left: Joe Johnston plays the Orange Monster, Ruth Mary Johnson plays Joey, Zoe Lambert plays the Grimblegraw and Calum Howard plays Dinglebee LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo - Joe Johnston plays the Orange Monster, and Zoe Lambert plays the Grimblegraw LINDSEY DICKINGS

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo

 Pupils from South Walney Infant and Nursery School, Ormsgill Nursery and Primary School and Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School arrived at Barrow Library to watch Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS
Pupils from South Walney Infant and Nursery School, Ormsgill Nursery and Primary School and Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School arrived at Barrow Library to watch Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness youngsters took a special look inside the Monster Zoo
DELIGHTED schoolchildren lapped up an interactive adaptation of a wacky book which brings monsters to life.

SOUTH LAKES SAFARI ZOO South Lakes Safari Zoo - newly formed zoo management company Cumbria zoo Pictured: (L-R) Newly formed zoo management company Cumbria Zoo board members Kathy Black, deputy head keeper, David Armitage animal manager, Yasmin Walker, Senior Keeper, Jayne Birkett, Accounts manager, Karen Brewer CEO, Kim Banks, head keeper, Adam Steel, Maintenance manager, Anna Gillard, health and safety coordinator, South Lakes Safari Zoo, Dalton, Thursday 2nd March 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

John Woodcock - submitted 8th September 2017

SOUTH LAKES SAFARI ZOO South Lakes Safari Zoo - newly formed zoo management company Cumbria zoo Pictured: Karen Brewer, the chief executive of the newly formed Cumbria zoo management company, South Lakes Safari Zoo, Dalton, Thursday 2nd March 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 SOUTH LAKES SAFARI ZOO South Lakes Safari Zoo - newly formed zoo management company Cumbria zoo Pictured: (L-R) Newly formed zoo management company Cumbria Zoo board members Kathy Black, deputy head keeper, David Armitage animal manager, Yasmin Walker, Senior Keeper, Jayne Birkett, Accounts manager, Karen Brewer CEO, Kim Banks, head keeper, Adam Steel, Maintenance manager, Anna Gillard, health and safety coordinator, South Lakes Safari Zoo, Dalton, Thursday 2nd March 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
SOUTH LAKES SAFARI ZOO South Lakes Safari Zoo - newly formed zoo management company Cumbria zoo Pictured: (L-R) Newly formed zoo management company Cumbria Zoo board members Kathy Black, deputy head keeper, David Armitage animal manager, Yasmin Walker, Senior Keeper, Jayne Birkett, Accounts manager, Karen Brewer CEO, Kim Banks, head keeper, Adam Steel, Maintenance manager, Anna Gillard, health and safety coordinator, South Lakes Safari Zoo, Dalton, Thursday 2nd March 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
New South Lakes Safari Zoo management slammed over involvement in former failings
BARROW and Furness MP John Woodcock has slammed bosses at South Lakes Safari Zoo and urged the government to review its process following the latest inspection.

Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28

 Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28
Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28
Name revealed for shy hero who rescued four Furness girls from drowning 45 years ago
A shy hero who saved four Furness girls from drowning and then simply walked away has finally been named after 45 years.

Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007

 Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007
Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A public meeting about progress on the £36m A590 bypass at High and Low Newton was attended by 140 people. Contractors said it was hoped to finish the job ahead of Schedule in March.

Christian faith: Barry Christian was one of the Hawcoat Park winners as they beat Roose to take the Division One title

 Christian faith: Barry Christian was one of the Hawcoat Park winners as they beat Roose to take the Division One title
Christian faith: Barry Christian was one of the Hawcoat Park winners as they beat Roose to take the Division One title
Hawcoat survive Roose wobble to land Furness Men's bowls title
HAWCOAT Park are the Sharples Lettings Furness and District Bowling League Division One champions after winning 9-6 at Roose Community.

Champion: Andy Thornton JON GRANGER

 Champion: Andy Thornton JON GRANGER
Champion: Andy Thornton JON GRANGER
Thornton's delight at clinching bowls singles title
ANDY Thornton reigned supreme in the ninth staging of the the Johnston Recruitment Singles competition.
Professor Brian Cox joins top line-up of scientists and engineers at Infinity Festival
Excitement is mounting as the first festival to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers kicks off.

Sliding in: Wanderers' Luca Gaitskell tries to skip past Dalton defender Jake Parr CHRIS WEST

Goalmouth action: Frantic defence in the high-scoring match-up between Barrow Wanderers and Dalton CHRIS WEST

On target: Dalton's Alex Hustings celebrates scoring against Barrow Wanderers CHRIS WEST

Fire!: Jamie Shannon takes a shot on goal for Dalton Under-11s CHRIS WEST

Sandwiched: Luca Gaitskell tries to squeeze through two Dalton players CHRIS WEST

Showing pace: Barrow Wanderers' Cohen Falloon races away from Dalton's Jamie Shannon CHRIS WEST

Creeping in: Dalton find the back of the net against Barrow Wanderers CHRIS WEST

He's gone: Barrow Wanderers' Leo Law breaks past Morgan Burke CHRIS WEST

Hotshot: Dalton's Charlie Morgan (left) plays it forward CHRIS WEST

Tussle: Max Worrall battles for the ball for Barrow Wanderers CHRIS WEST

Hust must: Dalton's Alex Hustings (left) on the attack CHRIS WEST

Close control: Alex Hustings on the ball for Dalton CHRIS WEST

Making moves: Dalton's Alex Hustings cuts inside CHRIS WEST

Earning their stripes: The Dalton under-11s team. They are (back, from left): Alex Hustings, Max Millington, Jake Parr, Morgen Burke, Harvey Coward, William Lacey. Front: Jamie Shannon, Darwin Noble, Charlie Morgan and Jake Grundill CHRIS WEST

They call them the Wanderers. The Barrow Wanderers Under-11s team. They are (back, from left): Luca Gaitskell, Reece Anderson, Cohen Falloon, Leo Law. Front: Ethan Steele, Max Worrall, Dyarni Glennie, Kayden Benson and Jack Thomason CHRIS WEST

 Sliding in: Wanderers' Luca Gaitskell tries to skip past Dalton defender Jake Parr CHRIS WEST
Sliding in: Wanderers' Luca Gaitskell tries to skip past Dalton defender Jake Parr CHRIS WEST
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dalton and Barrow Wanderers U11s in thrilling goal-fest
THERE were goals galore on Lesh Lane, as Barrow Wanderers Under-11s and Dalton played out a real attacking feast.

The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.

One of the plans for the proposed new hotel

 The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.
The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.
Work starts on empty Barrow premises set to become a hotel and restaurant
REFURBISHMENT work on a former training centre in Barrow town centre has begun.

One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse

Mail reporter Amy Fenton in the Tucano painted to represent a Spitfire

The two exhausts on the Tucano

Flight Lieutenant Chris 'Nasher' Nash with Mail reporter Amy Fenton

 One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse
One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse
'Top Gun' jet pilots open up hangar doors to Mail readers after Barrow flyover
AEROBATIC pilots who wowed residents with their daring display over the skies of Furness have given Mail readers an exclusive insight into their work by inviting us along to their airbase in Yorkshire.

Cheeky: Lemurs

 Cheeky: Lemurs
Cheeky: Lemurs
South Lakes Safari Zoo unannounced inspection findings to come before council committee
BARROW Borough Council is set to agree progress is being made at a zoo despite a number of worrying welfare findings and seven incidents involving animal contact with the public during a 14-day period after a shock inspection.

Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth

Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth

Our Invictus Games heroes, Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker, both of Dalton, who are representing the Invictus UK Team in Toronto. The opening ceremony of the Games takes place on Saturday (September 23).

Invictus Games Toronto 2017 - Kevin Kell and Charlie Walker

Army Sergeant Kevin Kell and his daughter Faith, two.

Army Sergeant Kevin Kell

A scan showing Army Sergeant Kevin Kell's brain tumour before surgery.

Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth

Prince Harry at St George's Golf Club in Toronto, Canada for the Invictus Games. Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Prince Harry at St George's Golf Club in Toronto, Canada for the Invictus Games. Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Prince Harry presents a medal to athletes left to right Michael Trauner (Canada), Mark Ormrod (UK) and Ryan Major (USA) after they competed in the Men's IR1 One Minute Sprint Final during the Indoor Rowing at Invictus Games Toronto, Canada. Danny Lawson/PA Wire

 Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth
Kevin Kell who will be competing at the Invictus Games. Friday August 18 2017 Milton Haworth
Dalton army hero has "magic experience" competing at Invictus Games Toronto
A DALTON army hero has had a "magic experience" competing at the Invictus Games Toronto 2017.

Councillor Ann Thurlow Mayor of Dalton and Co-op store manager Max Umar cut the ribbon of the revamped store in Market Street. © Victor de Jesus/UNP

 Councillor Ann Thurlow Mayor of Dalton and Co-op store manager Max Umar cut the ribbon of the revamped store in Market Street. © Victor de Jesus/UNP
Councillor Ann Thurlow Mayor of Dalton and Co-op store manager Max Umar cut the ribbon of the revamped store in Market Street. © Victor de Jesus/UNP
Dalton community welcomes re-opening of revamped store
DALTON Co-op reopened earlier this month following a £830,000 makeover - with a little help from Councillor Ann Thurlow, Mayor of Dalton.

Poundland's new £1 sex toy range

 Poundland's new £1 sex toy range
Poundland's new £1 sex toy range
More cheap thrills as Poundland boosts £1 sex toy range
Seekers of cheap thrills may be excited to hear that Poundland has extended its range of £1 sex toys.

Sound Mirrors

Fun Palaces

Breadboard Guitars with Octopus Collective

 Sound Mirrors
Sound Mirrors
Fun Palaces weekend of family-friendly activities arrives in Dalton
TWO days of family-friendly activities take place in Furness this October.

The Dalton Creatives arts community: (l-r) Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs

 The Dalton Creatives arts community: (l-r) Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs
The Dalton Creatives arts community: (l-r) Shaun Blezard, Sharon Tait, Sara Walsh, Mike Walsh, Mitch Walsh, and Alan Jackson, with Max and Paddy the DC dogs
Tea dance with Dalton Mayor for Silver Sunday
DALTON creatives are returning for another community event as promoters of a Tea Dance for Dalton Town Mayor, Ann Thurlow.

Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer

Martin Edwards

 Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer
Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer
Inaugural Dalton Litfest takes over Furness town in early November
TICKETS have gone on sale for the inaugural Dalton Litfest, which takes over the Furness town in early November.

The Dalton Rugby Club float at Dalton Carnival in 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: Dalton Town Band, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: Dalton Town Crier Alan Brown starting the carnival at Tudor square, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: At one of the stalls, Heather Marshall, five from Dalton, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: (l-R) lady-in-waiting Georgia Dean and Carnival queen Grace Milner in the teacup ride at Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: Some of the stalls at Dowdales school, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: Dalton Rugby Club float, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

DALTON CARNIVAL 2016 - Dalton Carnival, Pictured: 6th Duddon, Beavers and Cubs float, Dalton Carnival, Dalton, Saturday 11th June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 The Dalton Rugby Club float at Dalton Carnival in 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
The Dalton Rugby Club float at Dalton Carnival in 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Future of Dalton Carnival unclear after rain-soaked two years
AFTER being battered by rain for the last two years, the future of Dalton Carnival is at risk.
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