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Village services: An Edwardian postcard view of the post office at Kents Bank SUBMITTED stamp-may-21

Success story: The annual Cumbria postal history contest winner Mike Mapleton, right, receives the trophy from 2017 winner Simon Kelly BILL MYERS stamp-may-21

Village mark: The handstamp for Kents Bank applied to a postcard in 1909 BILL MYERS stamp-may-21

Long distance: An air mail letter sent from South East Asia to RAF Cark, near Flookburgh, in May 1944 SUBMITTED stamp-may-21

Moved on: A postcard from November 1903 which was sent to Seascale and then directed to Cleator SUBMITTED stamp-may-21

Selling up: Martin Scott was moving to Carlisle from his post office at Kents Bank in 1983 SUBMITTED stamp-may-21

Had enough: Allithwaite sub-post master Ron Shury was retiring in 1983 SUBMITTED stamp-may-21

 Village services: An Edwardian postcard view of the post office at Kents Bank SUBMITTED stamp-may-21
Village services: An Edwardian postcard view of the post office at Kents Bank SUBMITTED stamp-may-21
Cumbria put its stamp on decdes of postal history
RARE survivals from 200 years of sending the mail featured at the annual meeting of the Cumbrian Postal History Society.

Rachael and Rikki, the new Mr & Mrs Halfpenny. Married at The Grange hotel, Grange over sands on May 19 2018

Rachael and Rikki, the new Mr & Mrs Halfpenny. Married at The Grange hotel, Grange over sands on May 19 2018

Pupils from Newton Primary school celebrated the Royal Wedding - May 2018

Pupils from Newton Primary school celebrated the Royal Wedding - May 2018 Falon Slone, Molly Rhodes, Isabella Ireland, Zeb Morrison, Kamyar New George Jolliffe

Pupils from Newton Primary school celebrated the Royal Wedding - May 2018 Falon Slone, Molly Rhodes, Isabella Ireland, Zeb Morrison, Kamyar New George Jolliffe

MINI MOCK ROYAL WEDDING Hindpool nursery is hosted a mini mock wedding ahead of Saturday's Royal Wedding. The pupils, parents and staff will be coming dressed for a wedding with the nursery set out for a ceremony. Pictured:(l-R) Bride Dolly-Mae Bamber,Groom, Fain Parker, Barrow, Friday 18th May 2018 LEANNE BOLGER

MINI MOCK ROYAL WEDDING Hindpool nursery is hosted a mini mock wedding ahead of Saturday's Royal Wedding. The pupils, parents and staff will be coming dressed for a wedding with the nursery set out for a ceremony. Pictured:Bride Dolly-Mae Bamber, Barrow, Friday 18th May 2018 LEANNE BOLGER

MINI MOCK ROYAL WEDDING Hindpool nursery is hosted a mini mock wedding ahead of Saturday's Royal Wedding. The pupils, parents and staff will be coming dressed for a wedding with the nursery set out for a ceremony. Pictured:(l-R) Bride Dolly-Mae Bamber, Teacher Suzanne Barclay, Groom, Fain Parker Exchanging ring's, Barrow, Friday 18th May 2018 LEANNE BOLGER

MINI MOCK ROYAL WEDDING Hindpool nursery is hosted a mini mock wedding ahead of Saturday's Royal Wedding. The pupils, parents and staff will be coming dressed for a wedding with the nursery set out for a ceremony. Pictured:(l-R) Bridesmaids Emma-RoseDeakin and Aivah Cooksey, Barrow, Friday 18th May 2018 LEANNE BOLGER

MINI MOCK ROYAL WEDDING Hindpool nursery is hosted a mini mock wedding ahead of Saturday's Royal Wedding. The pupils, parents and staff will be coming dressed for a wedding with the nursery set out for a ceremony. Pictured:(l-R) Bridesmaids Aivah Cooksey and Emma-Rose Deakin, Barrow, Friday 18th May 2018 LEANNE BOLGER

 Rachael and Rikki, the new Mr & Mrs Halfpenny. Married at The Grange hotel, Grange over sands on May 19 2018
Rachael and Rikki, the new Mr & Mrs Halfpenny. Married at The Grange hotel, Grange over sands on May 19 2018
South Cumbria catches Royal Wedding fever as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot
Celebrations took place across the county as Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle took placce

Maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow - 02/03/2015 JON GRANGER

Dr Bill Kirkup CBE. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

James Titcombe. Photo: LEANNE BOLGER

Joshua Titcombe

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 Maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow - 02/03/2015 JON GRANGER
Maternity department at Furness General Hospital in Barrow - 02/03/2015 JON GRANGER
Grieving families failed by UK nursing regulator in Barrow baby deaths cases - new report reveals
A shocking review of the NMC's handling of the cases is published today

Views from a crane on the Ramsden Square site. Pictured is Barrow town centre with views of the Barrow Library Friday 28th September 2007. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0403717

 Views from a crane on the Ramsden Square site. Pictured is Barrow town centre with views of the Barrow Library Friday 28th September 2007. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0403717
Views from a crane on the Ramsden Square site. Pictured is Barrow town centre with views of the Barrow Library Friday 28th September 2007. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0403717
Authors to visit south Cumbria libraries in reading campaign
AUTHORS will visit libraries in south Cumbria next month as part of a county-wide campaign to get connect writers and readers.

Artwork by Christine Baines

Artwork by Sally Toms

Artwork by Rebecca Darbishire

Artwork by Kate Bentley

Artwork by Christine Baines

 Artwork by Christine Baines
Artwork by Christine Baines
Wildlife and flowers feature in Beach Hut Gallery's latest show
The Darling Buds of May will run at the gallery in Kents Bank until July

Finding out: senior librarian Jenna Pugh serves coffee and cakes to Joyce Cunliffe and Bob Mandale at Millom library's open day in 2008 which raised funds for Haverigg Inshore Rescue Team

 Finding out: senior librarian Jenna Pugh serves coffee and cakes to Joyce Cunliffe and Bob Mandale at Millom library's open day in 2008 which raised funds for Haverigg Inshore Rescue Team
Finding out: senior librarian Jenna Pugh serves coffee and cakes to Joyce Cunliffe and Bob Mandale at Millom library's open day in 2008 which raised funds for Haverigg Inshore Rescue Team
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO: There were plans for a new Barrow Sixth Form College building costing £24m. It would be build at the existing college site at Rating Lane on a sports courts area.

Westmorland and Lonsdale MP meets with member of the Save Grange Lido group

The inside of Grange Lido. MILTON HAWORTH

The inside of Grange Lido. MILTON HAWORTH

 Westmorland and Lonsdale MP meets with member of the Save Grange Lido group
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP meets with member of the Save Grange Lido group
Swimming costume protests as Save Grange Lido group meet with local MP
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron met with the group

Finding out: Walkers discover the stories behind the stones at Ulverston cemetery with guide Rod White BILL MYERS walk-may-10

Towering achievement: Walkers start a guide tour of Ulverston cemetery from the dominant monument to the memory of Dr Thomas Watkins Wilson BILL MYERS walk-may-10

War story: Rod White with a memorial which names Ulverston nurse Doris Tyson who was killed during a bombing raid at Manchester in 1941 BILL MYERS walk-may-10

In action: A memorial stone naming Lt Peter Hague, of Ulverston, who killed with the Royal Navy in the Battle of Malta in 1942 BILL MYERS walk-may-10

Sad accident: The inscription on this stone recalls those killed in a skating tragedy at Ulverston canal in 1880 BILL MYERS walk-may-10

Medical man: This Ulverston cemetery stone mentions Ulverston surgeon James Robinson who died in 1918 BILL MYERS walk-may-10

Road accident: The headstone of Margaret Barnes, who was killed at Oubas Hill, Ulverston, in 1920 BILL MYERS walk-may-10

 Finding out: Walkers discover the stories behind the stones at Ulverston cemetery with guide Rod White BILL MYERS walk-may-10
Finding out: Walkers discover the stories behind the stones at Ulverston cemetery with guide Rod White BILL MYERS walk-may-10
Discovering the stories behind the stones at Ulverston cemetery
A NURSE and a surgeon, legal experts, sailors, soldiers and a bishop all figured in a guided walk around Ulverston cemetery designed to reveal the stories behind the stones.
Everything you need to know about planned developments near you
Planning applciations received by South Lakeland District Council between April 30 and May 6, 2018.

Cllr James Airey, SLDC councillor for the Furness Peninsula.

MILTON HAWORTH.

Ulverston Town Centre - a key battleground for Labour and the Conservatives.

Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council.

 Cllr James Airey, SLDC councillor for the Furness Peninsula. MILTON HAWORTH.
Cllr James Airey, SLDC councillor for the Furness Peninsula. MILTON HAWORTH.
Tories eye up the prize as Lib Dems retain power in South Lakeland
Councillors have spoken a week on from the local elections on their thoughts for the coming year

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The inside of Grange Lido. MILTON HAWORTH

The inside of Grange Lido. The SLDC want to redevelop it; Most of the residents want it restored to its former glory. 1st SEPT 2011. MILTON HAWORTH REF: 50023905B007.jpg

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Grange lido in its heydayS26673B.jpg
Protesters trying to save Grange lido plan to lobby MP in swimming costumes
Protesters fighting to save Grange lido plan to meet their MP in their swimming costumes.
Cumbrian butchers in national BBQ finals
With summer just around the corner three Cumbrian butchers have won their way through to the finals of the National BBQ Awards.

Fair wind: Action in 2008 from a Lakeland Royal Yacht Club qualifying event on Windermere for the world sailing championships

 Fair wind: Action in 2008 from a Lakeland Royal Yacht Club qualifying event on Windermere for the world sailing championships
Fair wind: Action in 2008 from a Lakeland Royal Yacht Club qualifying event on Windermere for the world sailing championships
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO: A campaign was being launched to bypass the A595 traffic bottleneck at Dove Farm, Grizebeck.

Commiseration for Norman Bishop-Rowe by Labour’s Mark Wilson after Cllr Wilson and David Webster took Ulverston East at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

The Labour contingent celebrate winning Ulverston East at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Former Labour Minister Hazel Blears consoles Husband Mike Hallsall who contested Kendal Rural at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

The tory team at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. Left to right Jeanette Jenkinson, Norman Bishop-Rowe, Helen Irving, James Airey, Amanda Rigg, Campaign Manager Cllr Ben Shirley, Brenda Lauderdale and Anne Hall. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

A celebratory sip of soda by Ben Berry after his triumph winning Windermere at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

At the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Former Labour Minister Hazel Blears consoles Husband Mike Hallsall who contested Kendal Rural at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Winner Ben Berry after his triumph winning Windermere at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Former Labour Minister Hazel Blears consoles Husband Mike Hallsall who contested Kendal Rural at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Former Labour Minister Hazel Blears consoles Husband Mike Hallsall who contested Kendal Rural at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

At the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

The election count for South Lakeland District Council. BETH BALDWIN

 Commiseration for Norman Bishop-Rowe by Labour’s Mark Wilson after Cllr Wilson and David Webster took Ulverston East at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.
Commiseration for Norman Bishop-Rowe by Labour’s Mark Wilson after Cllr Wilson and David Webster took Ulverston East at the count in Kendal Leisure Centre. 4th May 2018. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.
Fears of 'Berlin style wall' splitting Ulverston come true
The district took to the polls yesterday

Sir John Barrow Cottage

LEANNE BOLGER

 Sir John Barrow Cottage LEANNE BOLGER
Sir John Barrow Cottage LEANNE BOLGER
Artists in residence at Ulverston cottage
Three artists will work through the summer creating a unique experience at Sir John Barrow Cottage

Finding out Barrow shipyard boss Murray Easton meets children from Ormsgill School during a visit to discuss BAE's involvement in Furness schools in 2008

 Finding out Barrow shipyard boss Murray Easton meets children from Ormsgill School during a visit to discuss BAE's involvement in Furness schools in 2008
Finding out Barrow shipyard boss Murray Easton meets children from Ormsgill School during a visit to discuss BAE's involvement in Furness schools in 2008
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO: A sports hall project worth £750,000 was planned for Kirkby's sports field to serve villages within a six-mile radius.
Everything you need to know about planned developments near you
PLANNING applications received by South Lakeland District Council

See PA story POLITICS PayCap. Photo credit should read: David Mirzoeff/PA Wire

 See PA story POLITICS PayCap. Photo credit should read: David Mirzoeff/PA Wire
See PA story POLITICS PayCap. Photo credit should read: David Mirzoeff/PA Wire
South Lakes MP hails 'great' result as Liberal Democrats keep control of South Lakeland
MP Tim Farron was thrilled with the results
Everything you need to know about planned developments near you
PLANNING applications received by South Lakeland District Council

Dr John Nightingale

 Dr John Nightingale
Dr John Nightingale
Tributes paid to doctor who served Grange for most of his career
John Nightingale served as a GP to people all over South Lakeland during his time in work. He died in Cartmel Grange Care Home, on April 9.

Ambition: Robbie Spence is competing in this year's Lytham Trophy STUART WALKER

 Ambition: Robbie Spence is competing in this year's Lytham Trophy STUART WALKER
Ambition: Robbie Spence is competing in this year's Lytham Trophy STUART WALKER
Robbie Spence ready to step up a level in Lytham Trophy test
ROBBIE Spence is preparing to achieve one of his golfing ambitions when he steps out onto the fairways of Royal Lytham And St Annes Golf Club.

Woodlea, The Heads, Grange, is a stunning detached family home in a commanding position with fabulous open views to Morecambe Bay

A beautiful fireplace with traditional touches

Just one of the five bedrooms

The stunning spacious hall area

Breath taking views from the house

The lounge faces the front with a bay window with stunning bay views

The landing with eye catching windows

The second front facing room is the modern fitted kitchen diner

 Woodlea, The Heads, Grange, is a stunning detached family home in a commanding position with fabulous open views to Morecambe Bay
Woodlea, The Heads, Grange, is a stunning detached family home in a commanding position with fabulous open views to Morecambe Bay
Stunning Grange family home with fabulous views
This versatile property is on a spacious and picturesque plot with a patio terrace running across the front

South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow

 South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
Bail for Grange woman who admitted stealing clothes and chocolate sweets
A WOMAN has been bailed after admitting two counts of theft this month.
Police investigating Grange burglary
A woodchipper was stolen from a builder's yard in Lindale

Ian Fishwick, Ruth Baker and Paul Smith

 Ian Fishwick, Ruth Baker and Paul Smith
Ian Fishwick, Ruth Baker and Paul Smith
Pastures new for South Cumbrian solicitors
Three Cumbrian solicitors have moved to pastures new after switching firms.

Steam age: The steam locomotive Flying Scotsman seen in Barrow during February 1988 MAIL ARCHIVE scotsman-apr-30

Passing through: A view of the Flying Scotsman at Barrow around the 1980s MAIL ARCHIVE scotsman-apr-30

Chilly day: A view from the 1960s of Flying Scotsman in snow close to Arnside viaduct from a slide spotted in an antiques shop in Morecambe BILL MYERS scotsman-apr-30

Visitor attraction: A 1960s view of Flying Scotsman, probably at its Steamtown Carnforth base, from a slide spotted in an antiques shop in Morecambe BILL MYERS scotsman-apr-30

 Steam age: The steam locomotive Flying Scotsman seen in Barrow during February 1988 MAIL ARCHIVE scotsman-apr-30
Steam age: The steam locomotive Flying Scotsman seen in Barrow during February 1988 MAIL ARCHIVE scotsman-apr-30
Chance to ride behind iconic Flying Scotsman steam loco with The Mail
BARROW has played a significant part in the long and colourful career of iconic steam locomotive Flying Scotsman and now you can have a ride behind it with The Mail.

Olivier Stankiewicz (photo by Kaupo Kikkas)

 Olivier Stankiewicz (photo by Kaupo Kikkas)
Olivier Stankiewicz (photo by Kaupo Kikkas)
London Symphony Orchestra oboist Olivier Stankiewicz visits Grange
The award-winning French musician is the latest guest of Grange-over-Sands and District Concert Club

Next course: Ellie Rainford and Kate McGriskin meet TV chef Jean Christophe Novelli at The opening of Cartmel restaurant Rogan and Company in 2008

 Next course: Ellie Rainford and Kate McGriskin meet TV chef Jean Christophe Novelli at The opening of Cartmel restaurant Rogan and Company in 2008
Next course: Ellie Rainford and Kate McGriskin meet TV chef Jean Christophe Novelli at The opening of Cartmel restaurant Rogan and Company in 2008
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO: Housing services in Millom and Copeland were given no stars by inspectors from the Audit Commission.

Protest brew: Anita Garnett of The Ulverston Brewing Company with the new beer to help save Greenodd post office from closure in 2008

 Protest brew: Anita Garnett of The Ulverston Brewing Company with the new beer to help save Greenodd post office from closure in 2008
Protest brew: Anita Garnett of The Ulverston Brewing Company with the new beer to help save Greenodd post office from closure in 2008
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO: The new Core Strategy from South Lakeland District Council looked to the building of 1,130 new homes in the Ulverston area.

A war of words over a council's reserves budget has erupted in South Lakeland.

Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council. May 2016. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

13th July 2017. Submitted.

Ben Berry, of English Lakes Hotels and Resorts and Venues.

 A war of words over a council's reserves budget has erupted in South Lakeland. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
A war of words over a council's reserves budget has erupted in South Lakeland. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
Leader of SLDC issues blistering response against 'wrong' Tory budget claims
THE leader of South Lakeland District Council has levelled both barrels at an opposition councillor after it was claimed money was being 'held back.'
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