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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.

Horns of plenty: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company

Fresh pastures: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company.

Seen and herd: Bekka and David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company

 Horns of plenty: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company
Horns of plenty: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company
South Cumbrian farming start-up to appear on BBC's Countryfile
AN environmentally friendly agricultural start-up is to appear on one of Britain's most popular TV programmes.

The A590 at Lindale Hill.

 The A590 at Lindale Hill.
The A590 at Lindale Hill.
When will the A590 be closed overnight?
ESSENTIAL maintenance works will force the A590 in Cumbria to close overnight as crews prepare for up to three weeks of work.

Ready to go: Barrow shipyard firebrigade had a Leyland petrol vehicle, a French car and a Marryweather steam fire engine SUBMITTED fire-sep-26

Recognition: Vickers fire captain D’Arcy Benson Moffat was awarded the King's Police Medal for his role in the 1917 White Lund disaster SUBMITTED fire-sep-26

 Ready to go: Barrow shipyard firebrigade had a Leyland petrol vehicle, a French car and a Marryweather steam fire engine SUBMITTED fire-sep-26
Ready to go: Barrow shipyard firebrigade had a Leyland petrol vehicle, a French car and a Marryweather steam fire engine SUBMITTED fire-sep-26
Barrow shipyard firemen tackle blaze as shells explode around them
SHIPYARD firefighters from Barrow were among Lancashire crews which helped contain the fire and explosions at the shell filling factory at White Lund, near Morecambe, in October 1917.

Mobility scooters: Hundreds of incidents have been revealed by Cumbria Police.

Mobility scooters linked to crashes, pedestrian collisions and crime in Cumbria
Our interactive map shows you where collisions happened

Overnight closures have been planned on the A590.

KATE BUCKINGHAM.

 Overnight closures have been planned on the A590. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Overnight closures have been planned on the A590. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Road closures on A590 in Cumbria for two weeks
MOTORISTS are being warned of closures on the A590 in Cumbria which will last for two weeks.

Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society

 Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society
Linda Parkinson and Harriet Donnelly on stage during the Summer Show 2007 at the Forum 28 by the Abbey Musical Society
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow Borough Council decided to press ahead with consultation on the propose demolition of 130 properties in Arthur Street.

Cumbrian musician Mike Turnbull

Circlet of Gold, by Mike Turnbull

 Cumbrian musician Mike Turnbull
Cumbrian musician Mike Turnbull
Lakes tales and local stories inspire Cumbrian's ambitious album project
CUMBRIAN multi-instrumentalist Mike Turnbull has released his ambitious new album, inspired by the Lake Districts and the local area.

Making money: A charity bowling competition held at Askam Bowling Club raised £1,285 for the oncology unit at Furness General Hospital in 2007

 Making money: A charity bowling competition held at Askam Bowling Club raised £1,285 for the oncology unit at Furness General Hospital in 2007
Making money: A charity bowling competition held at Askam Bowling Club raised £1,285 for the oncology unit at Furness General Hospital in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
There was a division between town councillors over a scheme to turn part of a Grange playing field into allotments. Up to 14 growing plots were wanted on the Memorial Playing Field.
GP surgeries: Is yours one of the best in Cumbria?
County residents have access to top standards of care, health watchdog claims

Proposed: 39 houses could soon be built on land in Haggs Lane, Cartmel ANDREW MATTHEWS/PA WIRE

 Proposed: 39 houses could soon be built on land in Haggs Lane, Cartmel ANDREW MATTHEWS/PA WIRE
Proposed: 39 houses could soon be built on land in Haggs Lane, Cartmel ANDREW MATTHEWS/PA WIRE
Sunday worshippers feared Cartmel development would threaten silence
CONCERNS have been raised over the impact a housing development would have on a Quaker meeting house in Cartmel.

Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20

Public appeal Money was raised to build St Paul's Church at Grange SUBMITTED church-sep-20

New site: The Church of St John the Baptist at Flookburgh SUBMITTED church-sep-20

Military links: St Anne's Church at Haverthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20

 Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20
Tubular bells: St Peter's Church at Finsthwaite SUBMITTED church-sep-20
Lakeland churches feature in history talk at Broughton
CHURCHES are usually among the oldest and most substantial buildings in Cumbria villages.

Prize: The 2016 garden competition awards ceremony. With Pauline Charnley, centre, Dane Ghyll Primary School's Lucas Farren, Lewis Taylor, Shannon Hamilton and Louise Postlethwaite with their winner's prizes LEANNE BOLGER

Accolade: With Pauline Charnley, centre, Yarlside's Leah Atkinson, Rebecca Fearn, Jack Dolan and Oliva Dacre with their runner-up prizes LEANNE BOLGER

Recognition: From left, Stewart Landsburgh, Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands, and Caroline McGuirk LEANNE BOLGER

Congratulations: From left: Doreen Balantine and Leeanne Charnley from Crooklands LEANNE BOLGER

Up for grabs: The garden competition awards LEANNE BOLGER

Colours: The 2016 garden competition awards LEANNE BOLGER

Activity: The 2016 garden competition awards LEANNE BOLGER

 Prize: The 2016 garden competition awards ceremony. With Pauline Charnley, centre, Dane Ghyll Primary School's Lucas Farren, Lewis Taylor, Shannon Hamilton and Louise Postlethwaite with their winner's prizes LEANNE BOLGER
Prize: The 2016 garden competition awards ceremony. With Pauline Charnley, centre, Dane Ghyll Primary School's Lucas Farren, Lewis Taylor, Shannon Hamilton and Louise Postlethwaite with their winner's prizes LEANNE BOLGER
30th annual garden awards to be held this week
PRIZES will be handed out tomorrow to the winners of an annual garden contest.

Captive: South Cumbrian Charles R. O'Brien was shot down over enemy lines and taken prisoner a century ago SUBMITTED wfa-sep-19

Wreckage: First World War damage at Cambrai SUBMITTED wfa-sep-19

 Captive: South Cumbrian Charles R. O'Brien was shot down over enemy lines and taken prisoner a century ago SUBMITTED wfa-sep-19
Captive: South Cumbrian Charles R. O'Brien was shot down over enemy lines and taken prisoner a century ago SUBMITTED wfa-sep-19
Life for prisoners of war features in Cumbrian talks day
A county group dedicated to keeping alive the memory of those who took part in the first world war is hosting a talks afternoon.

Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Smoke: The Sinkfall Farm fire SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Widespread: Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors CHRIS WEST

Damage: Sinkfall Farm barn blaze Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.

Ablaze: Smoke can be seen pouring from Sinkfall Farm SUBMITTED PICTURE

Chief: South Cumbria operational commander Stuart Dolan at Barrow Fire Station LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Sinkfall Farm barn blaze. Walney Fire Station‏ Twitter.
Fire crews heaped with praised for "wonderful" work tackling Barrow farm blaze and other incidents
PRAISE has been heaped on the "wonderful" work of multiple fire crews who tackled a significant Barrow farm blaze and then subsequent incidents that evening.

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE 12.30pm: Fire crews stop blaze at Sinkfall Farm
FIRE crews can now confirm the blaze that broke out yesterday at a local farm has been put out.

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

Smoke can be seen pouring from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm on Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. SUBMITTED PICTURE.

 SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
SINKFALL FARM FIRE. Sinkfall Farm, Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Smoke from the fire spreads across the moors. 15th September 2017. CHRIS WEST
UPDATE: Crews still working at Sinkfall Farm early this morning
CUMBRIA Fire and Rescue Service tweeted early this morning that fire crews were still working to tackle the blaze that broke out at a local barn yesterday.

Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow

Blaze: Smoke from the fire CHRIS WEST

Emergency: Smoke from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm

 Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
Scene: Smoke can be seen from the site of the fire at Sinkfall Farm in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
UPDATED 7.45pm: Work continues into the evening to control barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow
FIREFIGHTERS in Barrow this evening continued with efforts to bring a barn fire in Rakesmoor Lane under control.

Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007

 Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A graffiti vandal damaged at least 86 Barrow cars, which would cost up to £100,000 in repair bills.

Joshua Lee Gawne, of South Row, Barrow, kicked a door on to a police officer's arm

 Joshua Lee Gawne, of South Row, Barrow, kicked a door on to a police officer's arm
Joshua Lee Gawne, of South Row, Barrow, kicked a door on to a police officer's arm
Barrow man admits assaulting police officer who tried to help him
A SMIRKING 26-year-old assaulted a police officer because he was 'trying to be a nuisance,' a court heard.

SAFE: A table showing the safest places to live in North West England

ULVERSTON MAYOR --- New mayor of Ulverston Paul Smith (left) is handed the chains by outgoing mayor Mark Wilson, outside the Coronation Hall, Ulverston. Tuesday 16th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 SAFE: A table showing the safest places to live in North West England
SAFE: A table showing the safest places to live in North West England
Cumbria towns among those named safest to live
ASKAM and Ulverston have been named two of the safest towns to live in the region in a recent survey.

New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007

 New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007
New look: Technician Rachel Lawrence checking out the smoke machine after the reburbishment of Forum 28, Barrow, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Barrow Raiders went into the end-of-season play-offs with a 30 points to four rugby league win against Featherstone at Craven Park.

Cannabis plants seized from Jeffrey Rigg, 61, of Devon Street, Barrow who pleaded guilty to producing the controlled drug at Furness Magistrates' on September 13

Cannabis plants seized from Jeffrey Rigg, 61, of Devon Street, Barrow who pleaded guilty to producing the controlled drug at Furness Magistrates' on September 13

 Cannabis plants seized from Jeffrey Rigg, 61, of Devon Street, Barrow who pleaded guilty to producing the controlled drug at Furness Magistrates' on September 13
Cannabis plants seized from Jeffrey Rigg, 61, of Devon Street, Barrow who pleaded guilty to producing the controlled drug at Furness Magistrates' on September 13
Barrow man caught with 'cannabis farm' pleads guilty to producing class B drugs
A 61-YEAR-OLD man caught cultivating his own "cannabis farm," told a court he used the Class B drug as a method of pain relief.

Guilty: Alannah Louise Andrews LEANNE BOLGER

Sentenced: Alannah Louise Andrews LEANNE BOLGER

 Guilty: Alannah Louise Andrews LEANNE BOLGER
Guilty: Alannah Louise Andrews LEANNE BOLGER
Grange woman appears in court after using grandfather's credit card for Barrow shopping spree
A 19-YEAR-OLD has been ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work after admitting she spent £274 on her grandfather's credit card without his knowledge.

Furness General Hospital LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Furness General Hospital LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness General Hospital LINDSEY DICKINGS
Fire crew called to Furness General Hospital twice this morning
ONE fire engine from Barrow was called out twice to Furness General Hospital this morning.

New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness

 New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
10 YEARS AGO
St Mary’s Hospice at Ulverston received £502,000 from the Department of Health which would be used on improvements to palliative care at Ulverston and work on the Lesser King’s Hall in Barrow.

Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007

 Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Some Cumbria County Council staff faced a pay cut as a result of a grading review sparked by an equal-pay claim brought by 3,000 women cooks, cleaners and care workers.

Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel

 Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Lake District hotel fire sparks evacuation during the night
A HOTEL fire in the early hours of the morning saw police and fire services called out.

Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler

Representing: Bill Johnston, managing director for The Bay Radio and Jody West, account manager for Bay Living Magazine Picture Danny Fowler

All the winners at Bay Living Magazine Awards Picture Danny Fowler

Best use of creativity: Steven Ramshay and Lisa Chadwick from Cumbria Constabulary Picture Danny Fowler

Tony Martinez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria Picture Danny Fowler

Best Country pub: Mark Satterthwaite from The Blacksmith Arms, Broughton Mills Picture Danny Fowler

Catherine Betley, Chantelle Rosel, Professional Help, Based at Burton in Kendal Picture Danny Fowler

Best boss: Susan Robinson holding trophy with team from Nanny Brow, Ambleside Picture Danny Fowler

Host Danny Mathews of Bay Radio

The Entrepreneur Award: David Unsworth from Cartmel

Host Danny Mathews

 Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Tony Nartiez, Danielle Carlton, Jacqui Waters, Craig Tallon, all from Camp Cumbria at Bay Living Magazine Awards 2017 at University of Lancaster Picture Danny Fowler
Winners of first Bay Living Awards revealed, with accolades for Cartmel, Ambleside and Broughton
THE winners for the very first Bay Living Awards were revealed last night at a glittering ceremony in Lancaster University's great hall.

Peter Macqueen in Millican's cave Picture (photo by Steven Barber)

Drama: The Professor of Adventure, written and performed by Peter MacQueen

Homecoming: Peter Macqueen in The Professor or Adventure

 Peter Macqueen in Millican's cave Picture (photo by Steven Barber)
Peter Macqueen in Millican's cave Picture (photo by Steven Barber)
Perfect setting sees hit one-man play performed in Lakes cave
THE stage show based on the life of adventurer and climber Millican Dalton is to be staged in the Borrowdale cave that he called home.
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