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Weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District
HERE is the latest weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District.
Grant funds new play area for Grange school
A PRIMARY school has secured a £10,000 grant to transform its play areas.
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Men at top of film industry 'don't trust female directors'
Female movie directors are under-represented in the industry because they are struggling to gain the trust of men at the top, according to the first black female director to open to London Film Festival.

Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER

Runners up from Yarlside School: LEANNE BOLGER

Stewart Landsburgh and Caroline McGuirk with Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands: LEANNE BOLGER

Doreen Ballentine with Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

Housing Service's 2016 Garden Competition Awards ceremony: LEANNE BOLGER

A selection of vegetables from Parkside Academy: SUBMITTED

Dane Ghyll pupils

Dane Ghyll pupils Sophie Biddulph, Emelia Washington and Layla Dewey

Dane Ghyll pupil Layla Dewey

Rio White from Parkside CGI Academy

Parkside CGI Academy pupils Kye Cheung, Missy-Lee Burns, Harvey Cheung and Harry Jackson

 Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER
Dane Ghyll Primary pupils with Louise Postlethwaite: LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow borough's blossoming gardens celebrated in awards ceremony
TENANTS and schoolchildren from across the borough put their cherished gardens under scrutiny at an awards ceremony for an annual garden competition at Barrow town hall.
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Amma Asante says movie producers need to trust female directors
Men at top of film industry 'don't trust female directors'
Female movie directors are under-represented in the industry because they are struggling to gain the trust of men at the top, according to the first black female director to open to London Film Festival.

The Duke of Rothesay on the Heysham to Belfast route SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

A passenger ferry at Fleetwood in 1904 SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

The Belfast ferry Laurel at Morecambe in the 1860s SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

The Duke of Connaught built in 1875 by the Barrow Shipbuilding Company for the Fleetwood to Belfast service SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

17th century guns guarding the walls of Londonderry in Northern Ireland BILL MYERS belfast-sep-24

A view across the rooftops of Belfast BILL MYERS belfast-sep-24

Roa Island was a transport hub where rail passengers could catch a ferry to Belfast SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

A memo from Belfast ferry operators the Barrow Steam Navigation Company to its Belfast agent James Little SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

The Duke of Lancaster worked on the Heysham to Belfast route SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24

 The Duke of Rothesay on the Heysham to Belfast route SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24
The Duke of Rothesay on the Heysham to Belfast route SUBMITTED belfast-sep-24
Furness in battle over Belfast ferry trade
THERE was a four-way battle between Barrow, Fleetwood, Morecambe and Heysham to see which was better placed to take rail passengers across the sea to Belfast.

CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON

 CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON
CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON
THE PRO GAME: A busy period on the South Cumbrian greens
IT has been a busy period locally, with a few of the major events of the season taking place.

The Autumn sun lights up the trees near Grasmere in the Lake District

 The Autumn sun lights up the trees near Grasmere in the Lake District
The Autumn sun lights up the trees near Grasmere in the Lake District
Today's weather for Millom, Barrow, Ulverston - and everywhere in between
Headline: Becoming drier and brighter this afternoon.

Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

The poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

Nicola Baker (left) from Blue Canary Property Services which contributed to Jade Docherty's (right) campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers

 Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers
Jade Docherty from Charity Nightstop with the poster in High Street, Barrow, supporting the campaign for volunteers to host homeless teenagers
Ulverston woman tells of her pride in offering her spare room to homeless teens as charity aims to find similar volunteers in Barrow
A WOMAN who offered her spare room to homeless teens has told of the fantastic experiences she gained from hosting them.

The parish hall in the Kents Bank Road, Grange

 The parish hall in the Kents Bank Road, Grange
The parish hall in the Kents Bank Road, Grange
Proposed new development for Grange unveiled
PERMISSION is being sought to construct a new three-storey shopping and business development in a popular town - demolishing a century-old building standing in its way.

MOOR TOPS Swarthmoor Juniors Under-14s wearing their new team wear for the 2016/17 season. Players, coaches and parents would like to thank RfM Chartered Accountants for sponsoring their kit once again. They are (back, from left): David Winder (coach), Donel Byju- Francis, Toby Cody, Arran Pender, Jack McKechnie, George Dearden, Freddie Burrow, Matt Smith, Euan Turner, David McKendry (coach). Front: Alfie Thorpe, Adam Kirby, Kyle Winder, Max Nisbet, Jack Milburn, Kyle McKendry DAVID McKENDRY

 MOOR TOPS Swarthmoor Juniors Under-14s wearing their new team wear for the 2016/17 season. Players, coaches and parents would like to thank RfM Chartered Accountants for sponsoring their kit once again. They are (back, from left): David Winder (coach), Donel Byju- Francis, Toby Cody, Arran Pender, Jack McKechnie, George Dearden, Freddie Burrow, Matt Smith, Euan Turner, David McKendry (coach). Front: Alfie Thorpe, Adam Kirby, Kyle Winder, Max Nisbet, Jack Milburn, Kyle McKendry DAVID McKENDRY
MOOR TOPS Swarthmoor Juniors Under-14s wearing their new team wear for the 2016/17 season. Players, coaches and parents would like to thank RfM Chartered Accountants for sponsoring their kit once again. They are (back, from left): David Winder (coach), Donel Byju- Francis, Toby Cody, Arran Pender, Jack McKechnie, George Dearden, Freddie Burrow, Matt Smith, Euan Turner, David McKendry (coach). Front: Alfie Thorpe, Adam Kirby, Kyle Winder, Max Nisbet, Jack Milburn, Kyle McKendry DAVID McKENDRY
Swarthmoor start their season with a goal-scoring bang
SWARTHMOOR Under-14s started their season in style with two big victories in the Kent Valley Junior Football League.

One in 12 adults suffer with eczema

Luke Burrows.

Luke Burrows.

A Generic Photo of ripe tomatoes in a greenhouse. See PA Feature GARDENING Waterwise. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/thinkstockphotos. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature GARDENING Waterwise.

Detail of Psoriasis, psoriatic skin disease generic picture

 One in 12 adults suffer with eczema
One in 12 adults suffer with eczema
National Eczema Week calls for more awareness and varied treatment of the condition
Getting that annoying little itch that simply won't go away can drive even the most saintly people up the wall. However, the impact of eczema, which leaves sufferers with permanently irritated and itchy skin, is far more damaging.

Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council welcomed the news.

South Lakeland District Council SLDC logo

 Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council welcomed the news.
Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council welcomed the news.
South Cumbrian constituency ranked as one of the best places to live in Britain
A SOUTH Cumbrian constituency has been named as one of the best places in Britain to raise a family.

Sue Wilkinson in the kitchen at Beech Court, 38 Cart Lane, Grange LEANNE BOLGER

The patio LEANNE BOLGER

The kitchen LEANNE BOLGER

38 Cart Lane, Grange LEANNE BOLGER

38 Cart Lane LEANNE BOLGER

Inside 38 Cart Lane, Grange LEANNE BOLGER

The view over Morecambe Bay LEANNE BOLGER

The kicthen/dining room LEANNE BOLGER

 Sue Wilkinson in the kitchen at Beech Court, 38 Cart Lane, Grange LEANNE BOLGER
Sue Wilkinson in the kitchen at Beech Court, 38 Cart Lane, Grange LEANNE BOLGER
PROPERTY: Relaxed Grange apartment has breathtaking bay views
LOVELY scenery, a busy cafe society and Edwardian charm proved a wonderful heady mix for Sue and Colin Wilkinson, as SUSAN GOODSON found out.

The wedding of Joanna Molly and Sean Battle on Saturday July 9, 2016 Photos by Steve Hillman Photography.

 The wedding of Joanna Molly and Sean Battle on Saturday July 9, 2016 Photos by Steve Hillman Photography.
The wedding of Joanna Molly and Sean Battle on Saturday July 9, 2016 Photos by Steve Hillman Photography.
Cartmel pastry chef is sweet on his beautiful new wife
Dalton girl Joanna Molloy, a 25-year-old conference and banqueting manager at Abbey House Hotel in Barrow married Sean Battle, a 29-year-old pastry chef at Uplands Hotel in Cartmel on Saturday July 9, 2016. The couple are now beginning their life together as husband and wife in Barrow.
Burst water main affected homes in Grange
WATER supplies in Grange have been restored after families reported having no running water or poor pressure.

Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590

 Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590
Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590
Motorcyclist dies days after crash on the A590
A MOTORCYCLIST has died after a crash on the A590 in south Cumbria.

UHMBT chief executive Jackie Daniel

HARRY ATKINSON

 UHMBT chief executive Jackie Daniel HARRY ATKINSON
UHMBT chief executive Jackie Daniel HARRY ATKINSON
Simplified healthcare system for south Cumbria takes a step forward
HEALTH leaders across the area have officially pledged to create a more streamlined and efficient system for patients.

HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston

 HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston
HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston
Jobs to be lost as bank closes Ulverston branch with property experts predicting building is worth £300k
JOBS are set to go in Ulverston after a major bank decides to close its doors - with property experts predicting the 'iconic' building could be worth up to £300,000.

Tony Saunders of Grange making longbows

Furness Abbey Fellowship president Gill Jepson

Eden Greaves of the living history group

Three-year-old Hope Wood of Barrow

Isaak Currie and Ian McFall battle it out

Nigel Roder, alias Kester the Jester

Mobile blacksmiths Chris and Tom Stokes

Silverband Falconry director Richard Cooper

Susan Pettman and Stuart Appley of the Iron Shepherds

A coin of William the Conqueror from the Canturbury mint

A effigy of a 14th century woman at Furness Abbey

A group of Norman silver pennies

Furness Abbey

 Tony Saunders of Grange making longbows
Tony Saunders of Grange making longbows
History brought to life at annual Barrow medieval fair
HUNDREDS of families braved the rain to gain a fascinating insight into medieval history at one of Barrow's oldest heritage sites.

Cycling star Sir Bradley Wiggins

Sir Bradley Wiggins greets fans

 Cycling star Sir Bradley Wiggins
Cycling star Sir Bradley Wiggins
Cycling hero Wiggins hails Cumbria's 'brilliant' post-flood fightback
SIR Bradley Wiggins hailed Cumbria's "brilliant" fightback from the floods as the Tour of Britain pedalled a multi-million pound boost to Cumbria's economy.

Mark Cavendish in George Square before stage one of the 2016 Tour of Britain

Mick Bennett, Race Director

Sir Bradley Wiggins crosses the line after stage one of the 2016 Tour of Britain

Sir Bradley Wiggins meets a young fan in Carlisle

Sit Bradley Wiggins signs an autograph

Leading in Kendal is Steve Cummings with race winner Julien Vermote close behind

In Grasmere, then tour leader Andre Greipel (yellow jersey) won the sprint on Broadgate

Sir Bradley Wiggins heading out of Ambleside

The peloton chasing the leading group on Broadgate, Grasmere

 Mark Cavendish in George Square before stage one of the 2016 Tour of Britain
Mark Cavendish in George Square before stage one of the 2016 Tour of Britain
Riders power through Cumbria on stage 2 of Tour of Britain
Belgian Julien Vermote won today's gruelling second stage of the Tour of Britain 2016 through Cumbria.

Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016

LIGHTENED Photo by Wayne Turner of the congestion on the A590.

 Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016
Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016
Police appeal for witnesses after serious A590 crash
POLICE have appealed for anyone who witnessed yesterday's collision on the A590, which saw a man airlifted to hospital with critical injuries, to contact them immediately.

Having fun with sand castles at Biggar Bank Walney around 1990 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

This reservoir picture was taken in September 1959, possibly at Poaka Beck EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

Laying on the beach at Earnse Bay, Walney, in June 1988 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

Lori-Anne Jordan with ice-cream at West Shore, Walney, in May 1994 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

Cars take every available parking space on the Barrow to Ulverston coast road in April 1988 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

Enjoying the sun at Walney in June 1988 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

Sarah and Marianne McQuistan at West Shore, Walney, in September 1991 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03

 Having fun with sand castles at Biggar Bank Walney around 1990 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03
Having fun with sand castles at Biggar Bank Walney around 1990 EM ARCHIVE hot-sep-03
Pleas to turn the taps off in Furness drought of 1976
MOST summers provide at least a few days when it is worth heading to the beach but few can match 1976 for the problems which can be caused by too much hot and dry weather.

Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016

North West Air Ambulance.

 Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016
Great North Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash on the A590. Dated: 02/09/2016
LATEST: Two 'major trauma' patients, one in medically induced coma, airlifted to hospital after A590 crash
TWO people have been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on the A590 this afternoon.

PLAN The proposed site of the new Booths

The proposed site of Booths in Grange

 PLAN The proposed site of the new Booths
PLAN The proposed site of the new Booths
Application to extend Grange supermarket planning permission
COUNCIL bosses are set to rule on whether planning consent for a new supermarket will remain in place eight years after it was first granted.

HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston The bank has confirmed today (30/0816) the branch will close on November 25

Mark Wilson

 HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston The bank has confirmed today (30/0816) the branch will close on November 25
HSBC in New Market Street Ulverston The bank has confirmed today (30/0816) the branch will close on November 25
Banking giant's Ulverston branch set to close
LOCAL savers are to be hit hard as an international banking giant moves to close another branch.

View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER

Brief Encounters clock at Carnforth Railway Station. BILL MYERS

 View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER
View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER
How do local railway stations rate as 'destinations'?
MORE "destination stations" are needed to encourage shoppers as well as passengers, according to the head of Network Rail.

CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Groom Charlotte Jones and Sam Twiston-Davies with Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Lord Cavendish is presented with an award by Peter Airey in appreciation of the recognition of mares-only races Photo: Milton Haworth

Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Sam Twiston Davies on Captain Brown Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

New racing assistant Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

Racecourse staff Chloe Booth and Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

The huge crowd in the stand enjoy the fourth race Photo: Milton Haworth

Up, over and clear during the third race Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Denise, Isaabelle and Dory Rowley from Ulverston Photo: Milton Haworth

Soldiers from the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment based at Barrow, Lee McDonald and Daniel Atkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

 CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
Glorious weather boosts spirits at Cartmel
CROWDS headed to South Cumbria's iconic racetrack as glorious weather and high quality racing provided one of the best days of entertainment of the whole summer.

Co-op logo.

 Co-op logo.
Co-op logo.
Police appeal after Grange assault
POLICE are appealing for witnesses who might have seen an assault outside a busy supermarket.