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Library hours are being reduced


          Library hours are being reduced
Library hours are being reduced
Overhaul of Barrow and South Lakeland library services leads to reduced hours
LIBRARY opening hours in Barrow and South Lakeland are set to undergo their biggest shake-up in years after proposed cuts were rubber-stamped.

Skampa Quartet

Alec Frank Gemmill

 Skampa Quartet
Skampa Quartet
Lake District's prestigious music festival returns
THE Lake District Summer Music festival returns this weekend with an eclectic mix of classical music.
Weather for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District
HERE is the latest weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District.

Artwork by Clive Oliver features at the Beach Hut Gallery

 Artwork by Clive Oliver features at the Beach Hut Gallery
Artwork by Clive Oliver features at the Beach Hut Gallery
Lakeland sketches feature in Beach hut exhibition
PEN and ink drawings from Lakes-based artist Clive Oliver will go on display in South Cumbria this week.

Members of Barrow Madrigal Society in 1970 EM ARCHIVE madrigal-jul-25

A silver badge for Barrow Madrigal Society to mark winning the Baxter Shield at Morecambe Musical Festival for four consecutive years from 19245 to 1927 SUBMITTED madrigal-jul-25

 Members of Barrow Madrigal Society in 1970 EM ARCHIVE madrigal-jul-25
Members of Barrow Madrigal Society in 1970 EM ARCHIVE madrigal-jul-25
Sad demise of Barrow's oldest choir
BARROW'S oldest choir made the sad decision to pack up 25 years ago.

Kirkhead Tower overlooking Morecambe Bay, near Kents Bank SUBMITTED cave-jul-25

 Kirkhead Tower overlooking Morecambe Bay, near Kents Bank SUBMITTED cave-jul-25
Kirkhead Tower overlooking Morecambe Bay, near Kents Bank SUBMITTED cave-jul-25
South Cumbrian caves give up their secrets
A REMARKABLE story of how South Cumbrian caves have been used over the centuries emerged in a talk by Hannah O'Regan from the University of Nottingham.

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Lillies
Family announcements in today's Evening Mail
HERE are the family announcements published in today's Evening Mail.

Holker Hall gardens, Holker Estate, Cark-in-Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Wednesday 11th May 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

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LUCY CAVENDISH Lucy Cavendish Holker Hall. Pictured: Holker Hall gardens, Holker Estate, Cark-in-Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Wednesday 11th May 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Holker Hall gardens, Holker Estate, Cark-in-Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Wednesday 11th May 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Holker Hall gardens, Holker Estate, Cark-in-Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Wednesday 11th May 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Iconic South Cumbria festival folds after 24 years
A FAMILY favourite event has folded after nearly a quarter of a century entertaining many thousands of visitors.

Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS

 Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS
Fading light over Morecambe Bay BILL MYERS
Grange house prices hit new highs according to new survey by Zoopla
FIRST-time buyers will have to spend over a quarter-of-a-million pounds to get on the property ladder in a sought-after part of south Cumbria, a survey has found.

Fading light over Morecambe Bay. Houses that look out onto this beaitiful view will now cost on average over a quarter of a million pounds. BILL MYERS

 Fading light over Morecambe Bay. Houses that look out onto this beaitiful view will now cost on average over a quarter of a million pounds. BILL MYERS
Fading light over Morecambe Bay. Houses that look out onto this beaitiful view will now cost on average over a quarter of a million pounds. BILL MYERS
Average house prices in Grange top a quarter of a million pounds
HOUSE prices in a local seaside town have increased by more than 10 percent in the past year a recent study has found.

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT

 Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT
Cartmel Priory CofE School leavers' ball 2016 CHRIS BENT
Cartmel school leavers celebrate with beautiful country ball
EXAMS are over and school is out for the summer, so we have taken a look at the most special moments from one of the most important end-of-year events - the prom.

Kayleigh Phillips and Gav Boardman tie the knot

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 Kayleigh Phillips and Gav Boardman tie the knot
Kayleigh Phillips and Gav Boardman tie the knot
Walney couple tie the knot in beautiful country wedding
A Walney couple have taken their vows after meeting through work and deciding to spend the rest of their lives together.

Royal Oak, Lindale

Small fish and chips

Deli board

Hake and clams

Lemon tart

Mackerel fillets

 Royal Oak, Lindale
Royal Oak, Lindale
Lindale pub is well worth forking off the A590 for
The Royal Oak, Lindale

BREAKING THE TAPE Tara Allan, from Allithwaite CE Primary School, crosses the line to win the Year 3/4 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS

STICK WITH IT Grace Mallinson, from Grange CE Primary School, takes part in the hockey during the Peninsula Olympics at Cartmel Priory School LINDSEY DICKINGS

HERE WE COME Pupils line the finishing straight at the Peninsula Olympics LINDSEY DICKINGS

NEW SKILLS Allithwaite CE Primary School's Naomi Hamer takes part in boccia LINDSEY DICKINGS

SPRINT FINISH Ben Platt, from Leven Valley CE Primary School, wins the Year 3/4 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS

ON TARGET Abigail Thexton, of Allithwaite, competes in the boccia LINDSEY DICKINGS

HOOP DREAMS Children from Allithwaite CE Primary School enjoy boccia LINDSEY DICKINGS

ON THE FLY Samuel Jackson, from Grange CE Primary School, takes part in the Year 4 hurdles LINDSEY DICKINGS

HERE WE GO Runners set off from the start line in the Year 3/4 girls 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS

BIG EVENT Pupils line the finishing straight at the Peninsula Olympics LINDSEY DICKINGS

PENINSULA OLYMPICS CARTMEL --- Peninsula Olympics at Cartmel Priory CE School for local primary schools. // Pictured: Taking part in hockey are children from Grange CE Primary School - Grace Mallinson Tuesday 5th July 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUNNING HOME Ben Platt, from Leven Valley CE Primary School, wins the Year 3/4 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS

PENINSULA OLYMPICS CARTMEL --- Peninsula Olympics at Cartmel Priory CE School for local primary schools. // Pictured: Winner of the Year 3 and 4 Girls 400 metres is Tara Allan from Allithwaite CE Primary School Tuesday 5th July 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

PENINSULA OLYMPICS CARTMEL --- Peninsula Olympics at Cartmel Priory CE School for local primary schools. // Pictured: Runners set off from the start line in the Year 3 and 4 Girls 400 metres Tuesday 5th July 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 BREAKING THE TAPE Tara Allan, from Allithwaite CE Primary School, crosses the line to win the Year 3/4 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS
BREAKING THE TAPE Tara Allan, from Allithwaite CE Primary School, crosses the line to win the Year 3/4 400m LINDSEY DICKINGS
Olympics come to Cartmel
THE Rio Games are less than a month away and more than 500 children celebrated their love of the sporting spectacle with a special Olympic event.

WE'RE ON TOP The winning Furness team celebrate victory at the Cumbria School Games CHRIS WEST

GOLF MASTERS The Victoria Academy Year 3/4 Tri-Golf champions CHRIS WEST

THREE IN A ROW The Victoria Academy Year 5/6 Tri-Golf champions, who completed a hat-trick of victories CHRIS WEST

MAP THE WAY Marcia Copeland and Joseph Riley take part in the orienteering DAVID HOLLINS

RUNNERS-UP The Dane Ghyll School team who were second in the High Five netball DAVID HOLLINS

ON BOARD Liam Wentzel, from St Bernard's School, compete in the table cricket DAVID HOLLINS

THE RIGHT WAY The Holy Family School team who were runners-up in the orienteering DAVID HOLLINS

POWER THROW Sadie Granville, from Dowdales, represents Furness in the Year 7 netball DAVID HOLLINS 50084958F012.jpg

PADDLE DO Liam Murphy, from St Bernard's, plays in the table tennis DAVID HOLLINS

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Beth Gibson from Dowdales in Dalton in Furness (FURNESS) in the netball TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084958F010.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Willow Fenna from Dowdales in Dalton in Furness (FURNESS) in the netball TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084958F007.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Willow Fenna from Dowdales in Dalton in Furness (FURNESS) in the netball TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084958F011.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Abbie Viceroy from St Bernard's School in Barrow (FURNESS) in the table tennis TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F007.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F002.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Volunteer Georgia Cooper from St Bernard's School in Barrow in the table tennis (FURNESS) TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F015.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Liam Wentzel from St Bernard's School in Barrow (FURNESS) TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F004.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Nicky Dunn from St Bernard's school in Barrow in the table tennis (FURNESS) TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F008.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Sam Tyerman from St Bernard's School in Barrow (FURNESS) in the table tennis TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F006.jpg

2016Games. 2016 Cumbria School Games Multisports Festival - County finals at various venues around Carlisle including the Sands Centre and Bitts Park. Volunteer Georgia Cooper from St Bernard's School in Barrow in the table tennis (FURNESS) TUESDAY 12th JULY 2016. DAVID HOLLINS 50084954F014.jpg

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 2016. Tri-Golf Year 3/4 champions Victoria Academy. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

Cumbria School Games 2016. Tuesday, July 13, 3016. CHRIS WEST

 WE'RE ON TOP The winning Furness team celebrate victory at the Cumbria School Games CHRIS WEST
WE'RE ON TOP The winning Furness team celebrate victory at the Cumbria School Games CHRIS WEST
Furness take Cumbria School Games glory
FURNESS are Cumbria’s sporting kings and queens after victory at the Cumbria School Games.

Outstanding service - Cartmel Surgery

The team at Cartmel Surgery who have been rated as outstanding by the CQC.

 Outstanding service - Cartmel Surgery
Outstanding service - Cartmel Surgery
Grange GP practice rated among the best in the country
A DOCTOR'S surgery near Grange has passed a tough government inspection with flying colours after experts rated it among the best in the country.

The victims of the Hillsborough disaster

 The victims of the Hillsborough disaster
The victims of the Hillsborough disaster
Man fined £600 over T-shirt mocking Hillsborough tragedy
A 50-year-old man arrested for wearing a T-shirt mocking the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster has been fined £600 after admitting a public order offence.

Police investigate vehicle damage in Rockland Road

 Police investigate vehicle damage in Rockland Road
Police investigate vehicle damage in Rockland Road
Police investigate vehicle damage in Grange
CUMBRIA Constabulary are investigating a report of vehicle damage to a van.

Artillery trainees at Walney in July 1917 SUBMITTED war-jul-07

A Victorian view of the romantic ruins of Furness Abbey by the artist A. F. Lydon SUBMITTED war-jul-07

An artist's impression of how Furness Abbey might have looked before the Dissolution of the Monasteries SUBMITTED war-jul-07

Lancashire Fusiliers training near Bury in 1915. Similar trenches were dug on Walney Island SUBMITTED war-jul-07

An early map view of Morecambe Bay and the Irish Sea coast from 1607 by Hondius SUBMITTED war-jul-07

An aerial view of Fort Walney SUBMITTED war-jul-07

Coastal defences from the Second World War at Earnse Bay, Walney BILL MYERS war-jul-07

Among the history projects organised in the Headlands to Headspace project has been bracken clearing round the Birkrigg stone circle. The next volunteer session is due on Tuesday, July 12 Louise Martin war-jul-07

 Artillery trainees at Walney in July 1917 SUBMITTED war-jul-07
Artillery trainees at Walney in July 1917 SUBMITTED war-jul-07
Showcase on Walney's military heritage
A LOOK at important remnants of military activity on Walney starts a wide range of archaeology events in Furness this month.

Striking teachers gather in Eastbourne, East Sussex

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan

 Striking teachers gather in Eastbourne, East Sussex
Striking teachers gather in Eastbourne, East Sussex
Teachers walk out at schools in Barrow, Dalton, Millom and Walney
TEACHERS across England are "solidly" supporting a 24-hour strike which has closed schools and disrupted lessons.

Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.

Mollie, a flowergirl.

Amy with her nieces Hallie and Bailey.

The wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

The wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

Page boy Pharrell at the wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

 Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.
Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.
Liverpool lovers tie the knot in Gatsby themed extravaganza
Barrow love birds Amy Harris, a 26-year-old cafe assistant at The Last Resort Coffee Shop married 27-year-old Rob Purcell, 29-year-old mechanical fitter for EDF Energy on Saturday 28 May 2016.

Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.

Mollie, a flowergirl.

Amy with her nieces Hallie and Bailey.

The wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

The wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

Page boy Pharrell at the wedding of Amy Harris and Rob Purcell on Saturday 28 May 2016.

 Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.
Rob and Amy cutting their cake on Saturday 28 May 2016.
Liverpool lovers tie the knot in Gatsby themed extravaganza
Barrow love birds Amy Harris, a 26-year-old cafe assistant at The Last Resort Coffee Shop married Rob Purcell, a 27-year-old mechanical fitter for EDF Energy on Saturday May 28.

The A590 at Backbarrow. Picture: Google Maps.

 The A590 at Backbarrow. Picture: Google Maps.
The A590 at Backbarrow. Picture: Google Maps.
Witness appeal after female motorist, 22, crashes on A590 at Backbarrow
POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a 22-year-old female motorist was left with head injuries following a crash on the A590 at Backbarrow.

The leaning virgin statue features in the centre of this postcard from Albert, France, in 1916 SUBMITTED albert-jun-30

A monument on the site of the Ulverston Street Trench at Ovillers, near Albert BILL MYERS albert-jun-30

 The leaning virgin statue features in the centre of this postcard from Albert, France, in 1916 SUBMITTED albert-jun-30
The leaning virgin statue features in the centre of this postcard from Albert, France, in 1916 SUBMITTED albert-jun-30
French battlefield trenches named after Barrow, Ulverston and Dalton
HUNDREDS of Furness troops would have marched through the ruined streets of Albert in the months before the Battle of the Somme - staring at the famous leaning virgin on the town basilica.

Julian Bliss (photo by Ben Wright)

James Baillieu

 Julian Bliss (photo by Ben Wright)
Julian Bliss (photo by Ben Wright)
Chamber music pair come together for club's concert
TWO world class performers provide the music at Grange-over-Sands and District Concert Club's latest show.

NINE HOLE KINGS The Dunnerholme Golf Club team who won the inaugural Nine Hole Golf Clubs Team Competition at Grange Fell. They are (back, from left): Captain Billy Brough, Tyron Currie, John Flynn, president Karl Shepherd. Front: Gordon Brackwell, Stanley Alexander, Ged Dixon, Steve Braithwaite SUBMITTED BY LYNDA PRESTON

CHAMPIONS Dunnerholme ladies captain Irene Brough (second left) presents the team of (from left) Lynda Preston Pat Barton and Meg Tyson with their winners' prizes at the Ladies Open LYNDA PRESTON

IN THE PRIZES Dunnerholme ladies captain Irene Brough (right) presents the team of (from left) Joan Myers, Pauline Murray, Judith Simpson with their third place prizes at the Ladies Open LYNDA PRESTON

CLOSE CALL Joan Cresswell (right) receives the prize on behalf of Barrow Ladies team, who were runners-up, from Irene Borugh SUBMITTED BY LYNDA PRESTON

 NINE HOLE KINGS The Dunnerholme Golf Club team who won the inaugural Nine Hole Golf Clubs Team Competition at Grange Fell. They are (back, from left): Captain Billy Brough, Tyron Currie, John Flynn, president Karl Shepherd. Front: Gordon Brackwell, Stanley Alexander, Ged Dixon, Steve Braithwaite SUBMITTED BY LYNDA PRESTON
NINE HOLE KINGS The Dunnerholme Golf Club team who won the inaugural Nine Hole Golf Clubs Team Competition at Grange Fell. They are (back, from left): Captain Billy Brough, Tyron Currie, John Flynn, president Karl Shepherd. Front: Gordon Brackwell, Stanley Alexander, Ged Dixon, Steve Braithwaite SUBMITTED BY LYNDA PRESTON
Dunnerholme golfers are up to the nines
DUNNERHOLME are Cumbria’s nine-hole kings after victory in an inaugural competition between the county’s shorter courses.

In July 1916 The Coliseum, on the corner of Abbey Road and Rawlinson Street, Barrow, had a variety show including the curiously-named Rubber Rompers SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

A movie starring Mary Pickford could be seen at the Palace in Millom SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

A Barrow prisoner of war wrote to his chums at the Burlington Vaults from the German camp at Wittenberg SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

Pont de Nieppe is the burial place of Barrow's Walter John Lange who was forced to join the army by a military tribunal SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

A warning to striking barrow munitions makers SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

A Barrow advertisement from July 1 in 1916 for the Daisy vacuum cleaner SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

The Electric Theatre in Buccleauch Street, Barrow, was showing a film called The Long Arm of the Secret Service in July 1916 EM ARCHIVE eve-jun-28

Stone Cross mansion at Ulverston SUBMITTED eve-jun-28

Waste from extracting copper from Coniston mine spoil heaps by an electrical process BILL MYERS eve-jun-28

 In July 1916 The Coliseum, on the corner of Abbey Road and Rawlinson Street, Barrow, had a variety show including the curiously-named Rubber Rompers SUBMITTED eve-jun-28
In July 1916 The Coliseum, on the corner of Abbey Road and Rawlinson Street, Barrow, had a variety show including the curiously-named Rubber Rompers SUBMITTED eve-jun-28
Furness life on eve of Somme battle in 1916
WHEN the Barrow News went to press on Saturday July 1 in 1916 its readers could have had little idea that hundreds of Furness men were caught up in a battle of historic proportions - which many of them would not survive.

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 James Moffat's horse Altruism winning the 4:40 Marston's Pedigree Race. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 James Moffat with his winning horse Altruism, in the 4:40 Marston's Pedigree vrace. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 Petapenko leading the 2:00 Jennings Cumberland Ales 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 Lucy Cavendish congratulating 3:35 race winner Brian Harding who rode Volcanic Jack. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 Thir race Steeple Chase winner Princeton Royale 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 James Moffatt (center) with top jockeys Jason MaGuire (left) and Tony Dobin. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

 Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 James Moffat's horse Altruism winning the 4:40 Marston's Pedigree Race. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER
Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 James Moffat's horse Altruism winning the 4:40 Marston's Pedigree Race. 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER
Altruism wins again for Moffatt at Cartmel
UNBEATABLE Altruism stormed to a fourth Cartmel victory for trainer James Moffatt.

Debra Postlethwaite (centre) celebrates her hen party with friends from Barrow JON GRANGER

Noel Kielty, and Bob and Chris Reece

Ulverston Punter Brian Wood

Michael Wood and Amanda Burke of Grange celebrating their engagement

Katie McRonald and Amy Beard of Unsworth Yard Brewery

Busy bookmakers

Cartmel Punters

Another repair for head groundsman Tom Newby

Cartmel Races beer festival meeting - 2016 24/06/2015 JON GRANGER

 Debra Postlethwaite (centre) celebrates her hen party with friends from Barrow JON GRANGER
Debra Postlethwaite (centre) celebrates her hen party with friends from Barrow JON GRANGER
Racegoers hail the ale as beer-themed Cartmel meet is declared a success
RACING flowed smoothly at Cartmel’s Beer Festival Meeting as punters enjoyed fantastic ales alongside winners on the track to take them away from a world dominated by talk of politics.

EU REFERENDUM BARROW TOWN HALL 2016 Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Pictured: Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Barrow, Thursday 23rd June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 EU REFERENDUM BARROW TOWN HALL 2016 Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Pictured: Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Barrow, Thursday 23rd June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
EU REFERENDUM BARROW TOWN HALL 2016 Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Pictured: Eu Referendum 2016 counting of votes in Barrow Town Hall Cumbria, Barrow, Thursday 23rd June 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Replay the count and announcement of results in Barrow and South Lakeland
TURNOUT across Barrow and South Lakeland was at almost record highs for the EU Referendum as we replay the count and announcement of results in both regional centres.