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Success story: Manchester City's Barrovian striker Georgia Stanway MARTIN RICKETT/PA WIRE/PA IMAGES

 Success story: Manchester City's Barrovian striker Georgia Stanway MARTIN RICKETT/PA WIRE/PA IMAGES
Success story: Manchester City's Barrovian striker Georgia Stanway MARTIN RICKETT/PA WIRE/PA IMAGES
Nominate candidates for sports awards
THE sports-loving South Cumbria community are being invited to help celebrate local success stories.

Bout: Dean English, right, of Carlisle, celebrates victory over Joe Skyrme at the annual South Lakeland Free Masons dinner and boxing event at the Cumbria Grand Hotel

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Enjoying the buffet are, from left, Jackie Wilcock, Su Sear, Beryl Grainger and David Grainger

Cause: Provincial charity steward Phil Preston with Paula Richardson of the Bay Hospitals Charity

Presentation: Members of the boxing committee and masons who received cheques. Front, from left, Alan Jones, Bill Glassey and Darren Stainton. Back, Jim Scott, David Dryden, Tony Harrison, Phil Burrow, Gary Rogerson, Richard Wilcock, Tim Gill and Phil Preston

Coach: Kyle being put through his paces by Jeff Moses

The Owl Sanctuary's Paul Rose, left, with Dave Roberts, who accepted a cheque on behalf of the local Air Cadets

Charity: Aidrane Trehane, left, receiving a cheque from Simon Blundell on behalf of Ostley House with Peter Schofield looking on, back

From left, David Grainger, Tony Harrison, Maureen Harrison with Oscar the owl, Kieron Mullan and Christine Mullan

Contest: Joe Skyrme, left, in his top-of -the-bill contest against Dean English, of Carlisle

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Donation: Janice Fong, with daughter Mia, accepting a cheque from Barrie Bray on behalf of Rainbow House

 Bout: Dean English, right, of Carlisle, celebrates victory over Joe Skyrme at the annual South Lakeland Free Masons dinner and boxing event at the Cumbria Grand Hotel DAVE SEAR
Bout: Dean English, right, of Carlisle, celebrates victory over Joe Skyrme at the annual South Lakeland Free Masons dinner and boxing event at the Cumbria Grand Hotel DAVE SEAR
Freemasons of Furness pull no punches when it comes to raising cash for local causes
IT may pale into insignificance when compared to the vast money generated by the Joshua-Klitschko bout - but cash raised at an event hosted by the Freemasons of Furness will still pack a punch.

New look: The Squire Hotels team along with Windermere mayor, Cllr Leith Hallatsch

Stylish: £1m revamp at The Hydro Hotel

Gala night: Entertainment on the evening

Celebration: The Squire Hotels team and Cllr Leith Hallatsch

 New look: The Squire Hotels team along with Windermere mayor, Cllr Leith Hallatsch
New look: The Squire Hotels team along with Windermere mayor, Cllr Leith Hallatsch
Lakes hotel reopens after £1m renovation with party starring Britain's Got Talent acts
AN historic Lakes hotel hosted a cocktail party with Britain's Got Talent acts to celebrate reopening after a £1m renovation.

JEREMY PAXMAN: Jeremy Paxman

 JEREMY PAXMAN: Jeremy Paxman
JEREMY PAXMAN: Jeremy Paxman
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BONO: Bono

 BONO: Bono
BONO: Bono
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Line it up: Players on the course at Furness during the club's 145th anniversary pro-am competition LEANNE BOLGER

Green machines: The Carus Green team of (from left): Richard Ford, professional Gary Wolstenholme, Maurice Cotter and Mark Billington at Furness Golf Club LEANNE BOLGER

Off we go: Furness captain Ian Murray (left) and Blackpool professional Curtis Dean walk the fairways at Furness LEANNE BOLGER

In full swing: Blackpool pro Curtis Dean on the first fairway LEANNE BOLGER

Proud day: Furness captain Ian Murray during the club's 145th anniversary pro-am competition LEANNE BOLGER

Teeing off: Kevin Mahon, of Ulverston, sets off on his round at the Furness pro-am LEANNE BOLGER

Happy days: Professional Gary Wolstenholme at Furness Golf Club LEANNE BOLGER

Teamwork: From left: Bill French, Ian Murray, Kevin Mahon and pro Curtis Dean with PGA tournament controller Andrew Chadwick LEANNE BOLGER

Good lines: David Shacklady lines up a putt LEANNE BOLGER

Launched: David Cowperthwaite tees off on the second hole LEANNE BOLGER

Putt it there: Kevin O'Neill on one of the Furness greens LEANNE BOLGER

 Line it up: Players on the course at Furness during the club's 145th anniversary pro-am competition LEANNE BOLGER
Line it up: Players on the course at Furness during the club's 145th anniversary pro-am competition LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Three Amigos ride off with Furness pro-am prize
THE sun shone but there was not a sombrero in sight as The Three Amigos rode off with the big prize.

A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor

Smoke: The fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow RICHARD WILSON

Response: The fire service at Salthouse Mills, Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Scale: The fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRE --- Large fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow. Tuesday 9th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

Fire in Barrow in Furness Salthouse Mills area may 9 2017 Picture from Ray Guselli

 A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor
A huge explosion rocks Salthouse Mills during a building fire on May 9 2017. Picture taken by Graham Taylor
Probe into cause of Barrow blaze
INVESTIGATORS were today preparing to sift through the rubble of an industrial unit in a bid to establish the cause of a major blaze.

Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills

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Devastation: Smoke continues to rise from the rubble

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Wrecks: Burnt out cars in the aftermath of the fire

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Shells: Some of the cars on the site were believed to have been used by local banger racers

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Response: Fire crews on the scene after the fire reignited

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Potential danger: The site of the blaze at Salthouse Mills is still closed off to the public

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Debris: The cause of the fire is still being investigated

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 Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills LINDSEY DICKINGS
Firefighter: Tony Callister at the scene of the blaze in Salthouse Mills LINDSEY DICKINGS
Fire crews scrambled after fire at Barrow industrial site reignites
FIRE crews who tacked a major blaze at a rundown industrial estate were called back to the scene as fire broke out again.

BILLY JOEL: Billy Joel

 BILLY JOEL: Billy Joel
BILLY JOEL: Billy Joel
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Busy: An ambulance waits outside the hospital

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Handing over: Paramedics were left waiting to hand over patients

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Waiting: Ambulances outside the A&E department of FGH

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 Busy: An ambulance waits outside the hospital
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Busy: An ambulance waits outside the hospital
Increase in 999 calls creates queue of ambulances outside busy Barrow A&E
RISING numbers of emergency calls - combined with people using A&E for non-serious complaints - has forced ambulances to queue outside the doors of the area's hospital.

Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland

 Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Ward-by-ward: Who won which seat on Cumbria County Council
Full list of winners - and losers - from yesterday's election.

KATE GARRAWAY: Kate Garraway

 KATE GARRAWAY: Kate Garraway
KATE GARRAWAY: Kate Garraway
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Ian Stephens, managing director of Cumbria Tourism

Tullie House Museum in Carlisle

The Ullswater Steamers

The Halston, Carlisle

MD of the Lakes Distillery,Paul Currie.

 Ian Stephens, managing director of Cumbria Tourism
Ian Stephens, managing director of Cumbria Tourism
Cumbria Tourism Awards finalists unveiled
Finalists have been unveiled for a prestigious competition that celebrates the best of what the county has to offer.

Ian Stephens, of Cumbria Tourism.

 Ian Stephens, of Cumbria Tourism.
Ian Stephens, of Cumbria Tourism.
Finalists for Cumbria Tourism Awards announced
The finalists have been announced for the 15th Cumbria Tourism Awards.

Take aim: A military rifle range near Humphrey Head, Grange BILL MYERS heritage-may-02

In training Soldiers at an artillery camp on Walney Island in July 1917 SUBMITTED heritage-may-02

Under cover: One of the pill boxes which form the defensive perimeter for RAF Cark at Flookburgh BILL MYERS heritage-may-02

Looking down: An aerial view of Fort Walney which had a pair of guns with six-inch barrel diameter pointing out to sea SUBMITTED heritage-may-02

 Take aim: A military rifle range near Humphrey Head, Grange BILL MYERS heritage-may-02
Take aim: A military rifle range near Humphrey Head, Grange BILL MYERS heritage-may-02
Morecambe Bay coast was first line of defence in two world wars
THE Morecambe Bay coastline has played a long and important role in defending the North West from attack by sea or air.

JOANNA LUMLEY: Joanna Lumley

 JOANNA LUMLEY: Joanna Lumley
JOANNA LUMLEY: Joanna Lumley
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Tasting time: Chef Gary McClure's food is eagerly tasted by the audience at the Cumberland Sausage Festival JOHN STORY

Facing a grilling: Shaun Partington from Savin Hill Farm cooks up the Cumberland sausages on his stall JOHN STORY

Sizzle do nicely: Chef Gary McClure prepares langoustines, gently fried JOHN STORY

On target: Dean Gatley tries out the archery at Muncaster Castle JOHN STORY

Eating out: Sophie Weir from Cockermouth, left, and Sian Riley from Cleator Moor at Muncaster Castle JOHN STORY

Attraction: The Fairly Famous Family entertain with their Kitsch Kafe John Story

Atmosphere: From left: Andrew Ballantyne, Jennifer Rochford, Tom Majchrouski and Jocelyn Burr from Whitehaven JOHN STORY

Family day: Annabelle and Richard Cottam from Grange with daughters Rosa and Tess JOHN STORY

Big crowds: Enjoying the sun and a picnic in the grounds JOHN STORY

Make a meal of it: Chef Gary McClure's food is eagerly tasted by the audience JOHN STORY

Ups and downs: Flying high on the trampoline is Niamh Carruthers from Wigton JOHN STORY

On a roll: Donovan and Emma Easthope from Silecroft tuck into their Cumberland sausage rolls JOHN STORY

Ups and downs: Fun for the kids on the clip and climb wall at Muncaster Castle JOHN STORY

Different recipe: Chef Kevin Hillyer demonstrates different ways to cook with Cumberland sausage, plating up meatballs in a summer veg sauce and pasta JOHN STORY

Success on a plate: Sarah Steffert and daughter Sophie, from Millom, sample the sausage pizza JOHN STORY

Fun: The crowds enjoy the entertainment and stalls at Muncaster Castle Sausage Festival JOHN STORY

 Tasting time: Chef Gary McClure's food is eagerly tasted by the audience at the Cumberland Sausage Festival JOHN STORY
Tasting time: Chef Gary McClure's food is eagerly tasted by the audience at the Cumberland Sausage Festival JOHN STORY
Muncaster Sausage Festival celebrates great local links
A CELEBRATION of the humble British banger brought people in their thousands to Muncaster Castle during the bank holiday weekend.

Police: Battery theft probe

 Police: Battery theft probe
Police: Battery theft probe
Golf cart batteries valued at £8k stolen from South Lakes club
POLICE are appealing for information after golf cart batteries, valued at around £8,000, were stolen from a South Lakes golf club.

Disruption: On Saturday only one train will run south of Grange, the 4.35am service from Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Timetable: Northern Saturday service to Preston

Timetable: Northern Sunday service to Preston

Timetable: Northern Monday service to Preston

Timetable: Northern Saturday service to Carlisle

Timetable: Northern Sunday service to Carlisle

Timetable: Northern Monday service to Carlisle

 Disruption: On Saturday only one train will run south of Grange, the 4.35am service from Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Disruption: On Saturday only one train will run south of Grange, the 4.35am service from Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
May Day bank holiday misery for Furness train travellers this weekend
ENGINEERING works are set to cause misery for anybody planning to travel in or out of Furness by train over the May Day bank holiday weekend.

JESSICA ALBA: Jessica Alba

 JESSICA ALBA: Jessica Alba
JESSICA ALBA: Jessica Alba
Do you remember when...
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Scene: Allithwaite near Grange

Photo: Google Maps

 Scene: Allithwaite near Grange Photo: Google Maps
Scene: Allithwaite near Grange Photo: Google Maps
Painter and decorator ordered to pay £300 compensation after attack
A PAINTER and decorator from Grange has pleaded guilty to attacking a man.

Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

Special occasion: A promotional poster for Furness Golf Club 145 pro-am Graham Troth

Special year: Furness Golf Club's 145th anniversary logo Graham Troth

Big name: Gary Wolstenholme, MBE, is taking part in the pro-am PA

 Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Furness gets in the swing for historic pro-am comp
FURNESS Golf Club members are gearing up for one of the biggest days in the club’s long and proud history.

Idea: Owner Steven Darvill, from The Handmade Ice Cream Company LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Idea: Owner Steven Darvill, from The Handmade Ice Cream Company LINDSEY DICKINGS
Idea: Owner Steven Darvill, from The Handmade Ice Cream Company LINDSEY DICKINGS
Grange entrepreneur has got it licked when it comes to vegan ice-cream
A SOUTH Cumbria ice-cream entrepreneur is hoping to attract new customers after he created products specifically designed for vegans.

Worthy cause: From left, Wing Commander Mark Quinn with Matilda, Elsa and Neil Jurd

Cash boost: The Michelle Jurd Memorial Trust presents a cheque to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund. Pictured are Wing Commander Mark Quinn, left, and Neil Jurd, with daughters Matilda and Elsa

Fundraisers: Michelle Jurd's daughters Elsa and Matilda with Wing Commander Mark Quinn

Remembered: Michelle Jurd from Grange, who died following an road traffic collision on the A590 in November 2009

Tribute: Michelle Jurd

 Worthy cause: From left, Wing Commander Mark Quinn with Matilda, Elsa and Neil Jurd
Worthy cause: From left, Wing Commander Mark Quinn with Matilda, Elsa and Neil Jurd
Family's fundraising keeps RAF Squadron Leader's memory alive
A MILITARY charity has benefited from a £3,000 donation this week.

ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell

 ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
Do you remember when...
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Coin expert: Dr Adrian Marsden SUBMITTED radiate-apr-20

Small change: A copy of a small bronze coin of Cladius II, of AD268 to 270, which was found at Dalton SUBMITTED radiate-apr-20

Rough stuff: A copy of a bronze coin of Terricus I, of AD 271 to 274, which was found at Barrow SUBMITTED radiate-apr-20

 Coin expert: Dr Adrian Marsden SUBMITTED radiate-apr-20
Coin expert: Dr Adrian Marsden SUBMITTED radiate-apr-20
Fake money was part of everyday life in Roman Cumbria
THERE can't be many archaeologists or metal detectorists in Cumbria who haven't come across at least one Roman coin-like object which the experts would call a barbarous radiate.

JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence

 JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence
JOEY LAWRENCE: Joey Lawrence
Do you remember when...
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Grey heron

AMY LEWIS

 Grey heron AMY LEWIS
Grey heron AMY LEWIS
Anger from bird-lovers after heron dies after being shot and found in residential area of Barrow
VOLUNTEERS at a bird sanctuary have said they are "saddened and angry" after finding a shot heron in the street in Barrow.

ELI ROTH: Eli Roth

 ELI ROTH: Eli Roth
ELI ROTH: Eli Roth
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Going places: The old Rampside station saw no passengers after the 1930s SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

Good fire: Rampside Hall with its 12 chimneys SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

Historic site: Rampside Church in 1894 SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

Place to stay: The Clarkes Arms at Rampside SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

Sunny day: Youngsters with their sun hats at Rampside in 1907 SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

Modern world: Workers from a Dutch ship laying a cable to Rampside in 1963 SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14

 Going places: The old Rampside station saw no passengers after the 1930s SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14
Going places: The old Rampside station saw no passengers after the 1930s SUBMITTED rampside-apr-14
Rampside was a haven for 19th century sea bathers
THE Furness community of Rampside comes under the spotlight today with a look at life through the centuries.
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