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Alert: Three fire engines from Barrow and Ulverston were called to the incident

 Alert: Three fire engines from Barrow and Ulverston were called to the incident
Alert: Three fire engines from Barrow and Ulverston were called to the incident
Broad Close arson investigation continues
INQUIRIES continue following two incidents in Broad Close, Barrow, which saw a fridge-freezer set on fire.

Water power: Gardener James Martin looking after the plants in 2007 at the award-winning garden of Graythwaite Manor Hotel in Grange

 Water power: Gardener James Martin looking after the plants in 2007 at the award-winning garden of Graythwaite Manor Hotel in Grange
Water power: Gardener James Martin looking after the plants in 2007 at the award-winning garden of Graythwaite Manor Hotel in Grange
10 YEARS AGO
A water buffalo called William Shakespeare died and three people needed hospital treatment in a traffic accident on the A590, near Dalton. The animal had escaped from its field at Butts Beck.

Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank

 Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Barrow Foodbank to reveal figures for the last 12 months
THE annual general meeting of Barrow Foodbank is set to take place later this month.
England captain Joe Root and his side will face India next summer
England captain Joe Root and his side will face India next summer
England captain Joe Root and his side will face India next summer
England to have rare Saturday start against India as ECB announces 2018 schedule
England will start a Test match on a Saturday next summer for the first time in 63 years.

Alert: The Barrow fire engine had been at Furness General Hospital at the time of the call

 Alert: The Barrow fire engine had been at Furness General Hospital at the time of the call
Alert: The Barrow fire engine had been at Furness General Hospital at the time of the call
Barrow firefighters face delay to tackle major blaze at Wicks recycling plant
FIRE crews from Barrow, Ulverston and Grange battled to bring a blaze under control during a fire believed to have damaged recycling machinery worth around £100,000.

Emergency: Coniston Water LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Emergency: Coniston Water LINDSEY DICKINGS
Emergency: Coniston Water LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston and Kendal fire crews rescue casualty from waters of Coniston
THREE fire engines from Ulverston and Kendal were called out to reports of a person in the waters of Coniston yesterday afternoon (Friday September 1).

Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith

 Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith
Fraud charges: Malcolm Keith
Case of fraud-accused Cumbria World Ltd attraction bosses adjourned
THE case of two of the tourist attraction bosses accused of fraudulently trying to make a financial gain following a fire at their premises has been adjourned.

Bay views: Passengers on the coastal railway enjoy this spectacular view as they cross the Victorian viaduct from Arnside towards Grange

Tracking down the past: Trains between Lancaster and Barrow will take part in the Fleeting heritage project LINDSEY DICKINGS

Michelle Cooper (Right), community heritage officer at the Morecambe Bay Partnership

 Bay views: Passengers on the coastal railway enjoy this spectacular view as they cross the Victorian viaduct from Arnside towards Grange
Bay views: Passengers on the coastal railway enjoy this spectacular view as they cross the Victorian viaduct from Arnside towards Grange
Barrow to Lancaster trains to provide a trip down memory lane
A TRIP around the south Cumbria coast will double up as a trip down memory lane next month, when train passengers will be treated to a special audio experience.

Matthew Trusler (photo by Sheila Rock)

Ashley Wass (photo by Patrick Allen)

 Matthew Trusler (photo by Sheila Rock)
Matthew Trusler (photo by Sheila Rock)
Concert Club season finalé sees visit from acclaimed pair
THE final concert of the Grange-over-Sands and District Concert Club season takes place on Friday September 8, rounding out a programme that has seen numerous renowned performers appear.

Musical treat: The Edwardian Bandstand in Grange

 Musical treat: The Edwardian Bandstand in Grange
Musical treat: The Edwardian Bandstand in Grange
Outdoor music treat for band fans in South Lakes
A BAND will give a summer music performance this Sunday.

Crafts on show: Prom Art in Grange SUBMITTED

 Crafts on show: Prom Art in Grange SUBMITTED
Crafts on show: Prom Art in Grange SUBMITTED
Prom due to spring to life with explosion of arts and crafts for bank holiday weekend
THE famous prom of a South Lakes town will be awash with colour when a popular festival returns for the bank holiday weekend.

Tim Farron MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale

 Tim Farron MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale
Tim Farron MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale
Opinion: Hearing your views is one of the best things about my job
AFTER a few days break with the family I am back on the road again with my 18th (can it really have been that many?) annual summer tour of the constituency.

New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar

 New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar
New uses: Tim Bell outside the former police station in Dalton in 2007 which he had converted into a restaurant and coffee bar
10 YEARS AGO
Bids failed by two private firms to take control of the Grange swimming pool and leisure centre at Berners Pool.

STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Man fined £580 for resisting police officer in Grange
A MAN has been fined more than £500 after admitting he tried to stop a police officer from carrying out their duties in Grange earlier this year.

BARROW RAILWAY STATION

 BARROW RAILWAY STATION
BARROW RAILWAY STATION
Disgruntled train passenger asks: 'Is this Northern's lowest point?'
A FREQUENT user of rail services in South Cumbria has complained to train operator Northern about what he has described as their "lowest point".

Prom Art 2017

Prom Art 2017

Prom Art 2017

 Prom Art 2017
Prom Art 2017
August's Prom Art set for bank holiday special
CUMBRIA'S largest arts and craft fair will continue this bank holiday weekend in Grange.

Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

Jonathon Patton (photo by Milton Haworth)

 Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Furness pub's new music programme
A NEW landlord is in place at the Black Cock Inn, in Broughton, with a packed programme of live music announced for the remainder of the year.

Artwork by Fionn Jordan

Artwork by Fionn Jordan

 Artwork by Fionn Jordan
Artwork by Fionn Jordan
Cartoon exhibition opens at South Cumbria gallery
AHEAD of Cumbria hosting the major Lakes International Comic Art Festival this autumn, a cartoon-themed exhibition has opened in the region.

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Collette Fellows from Rusland who won first prize in open gingerbread category. Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: (l-r) Lindsey Bayles, who won first prize in the vase of 5 different herbs and Susan King who won the shoe box containing as many things beginning with the letter s (containing 224 items) Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Crowds Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Senior Fell Race Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Egg throwing and catching competition -

Lucy Sargent from Grange Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Egg throwing and catching competition -

Kate Froggatt from Kirkby Lonsdale Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Egg throwing and catching competition -

Jack Froggatt from Milnthorpe Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Under 15 Fell Race - Anya Clough from Marton Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: 10 week old Indie taking in the atmosphere Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Collette Fellows from Rusland who won first prize in open gingerbread category. Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
RUSLAND SHOW ---- Rusland Valley Horticultural Show // Pictured: Collette Fellows from Rusland who won first prize in open gingerbread category. Saturday 19th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Generations combine to celebrate long-running Rusland show
FOR close to a century and a half the proud traditions of Rusland's community have been kept alive at their annual countryside show.

Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
A 43-year-old is to appear on trial in relation to Grange assault
A MAN is due to appear on trial next week, accused of assault and obstructing a police officer.

Trial date set: Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Trial date set: Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Trial date set: Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Manchester man to stand trial for alleged Grange assault
A TRIAL date has been set for a man accused of assault and obstructing a police officer.

Cake sale: Abbey Mill Cafe

 Cake sale: Abbey Mill Cafe
Cake sale: Abbey Mill Cafe
Barrow cafe to hold charity bake sale
CAKES will be sold to help a charity that supports bereaved parents next month.

Chaplain Ed Northey on Ward 9 at Furness General Hospital Thursday 9th June 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FGH WEDDING --- Val Squire got to marry her partner of 31 years Brian Squire, both from Grange, during a special ceremony conducted by Chaplain Ed Northey on Ward 9 at Furness General Hospital. Val has been told she has just days to live, and so the couple decided to make their vows to one another. // Pictured: Mr and Mrs Squire (front) Thursday 9th June 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FGH WEDDING --- Val Squire got to marry her partner of 31 years Brian Squire, both from Grange, during a special ceremony conducted by Chaplain Ed Northey on Ward 9 at Furness General Hospital. Val has been told she has just days to live, and so the couple decided to make their vows to one another. // Pictured: Chaplain Ed Northey Thursday 9th June 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

SUITE FGH --- Opening of a new bereavement suite on the oncology ward at Furness General Hospital, which will provide a home from home environment for patients and their families during the final days or hours of life. The room as been funded by the Rosemere Cancer Foundation and it was opened by Brian Squire who was married to his late wife Val Squire in the very same room earlier this year. // Pictured: (l-r) Clinical leader and palliative care lead Heidi Scott and FGH chaplain Ed Northey Thursday 10th October 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Chaplain Ed Northey on Ward 9 at Furness General Hospital Thursday 9th June 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Chaplain Ed Northey on Ward 9 at Furness General Hospital Thursday 9th June 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow hospital chaplain sets sail on new career
FROM the health service to the high seas, a Barrow chaplain is set to embark on a new voyage in his career.

Inicident: The A590 at Lindale

 Inicident: The A590 at Lindale
Inicident: The A590 at Lindale
Road rage incident between car and tipper truck on the A590 investigated by police
SIGNIFICANT damage was caused to a grey Fiat 500 during a road rage incident on the A590.

Incident: Police were called to Leven Viaduct

 Incident: Police were called to Leven Viaduct
Incident: Police were called to Leven Viaduct
Police respond after man threatens to jump from Leven Viaduct
AN incident at the Leven Viaduct last night prompted an urgent response from the emergency services.

Callout: Teams from the Bay Search and Rescue were called out by Holyhead Coastguard after receiving reports of two people stranded near Grange

 Callout: Teams from the Bay Search and Rescue were called out by Holyhead Coastguard after receiving reports of two people stranded near Grange
Callout: Teams from the Bay Search and Rescue were called out by Holyhead Coastguard after receiving reports of two people stranded near Grange
Narrow escape for pair trapped by tide in south Cumbria
TWO people were forced to call the coastguard after finding themselves cut off by the tide in south Cumbria.

Reward: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company, receives the keys to a Land Rover from Land Rover's Kim Palmer

 Reward: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company, receives the keys to a Land Rover from Land Rover's Kim Palmer
Reward: David Corrie-Close, of The Horned Beef Company, receives the keys to a Land Rover from Land Rover's Kim Palmer
South Cumbria beef business wins Land Rover for a year
AN innovative agricultural start-up has taken one of the top prizes available to new rural businesses.

Scones, cakes and sandwiches. The Netherwood Hotel, Grange. Louise Allonby 040817 rjs

Generous: Salmon amuse bouches at The Netherwood Hotel, Grange

Popular venue: The lounge at The Netherwood Hotel, Grange

New owner: The Netherwood Hotel, Grange

JON GRANGER

 Scones, cakes and sandwiches. The Netherwood Hotel, Grange. Louise Allonby 040817 rjs
Scones, cakes and sandwiches. The Netherwood Hotel, Grange. Louise Allonby 040817 rjs
FOOD REVIEW: A lovely family afternoon tea at the Netherwood Hotel, Grange
The Netherwood Hotel, Grange

Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad

Rachel Holcroft who has converted a dilapidated old building into a bijou residence in Cartmel

The Cartmel building before the revamp

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

 Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad
Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad
Shedloads of style in south Cumbria holiday home
ONCE used to house a steam roller and a snow plough, a disused council shed in Cartmel has been transformed by owners Rachel and Ian Holcroft into a light-filled contemporary holiday home.

Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Technology: A printing press for The Mail and the Barrow News series in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Familiar base: The Barrow News and Mail offices in Abbey Road, Barrow, shown in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Production: Linotype machines setting type for articles in The Mail in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Road transport: Wagons loaded with newspapers outside the Barrow post office in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Printworks: The Hindpool production base of the Barrow News and Mail in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

 Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03
Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03
How Victorian newspapers in Furness came together to deliver The Mail
THE daily paper for Furness, Millom and South Cumbria made a recent name change to The Mail and a century-old document explains why this is just the latest in a series of developments in the newspaper industry.
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