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The mystery soccer team, which includes Askam's Joe Fitzjohn, second from right on the front row SUBMITTED soccer-feb-25

Askam's Joe Fitzjohn in his soccer kit SUBMITTED soccer-feb-25


          The mystery soccer team, which includes Askam's Joe Fitzjohn, second from right on the front row SUBMITTED soccer-feb-25
The mystery soccer team, which includes Askam's Joe Fitzjohn, second from right on the front row SUBMITTED soccer-feb-25
Quest to identify vintage Barrow soccer players
WE are hoping Memories Page readers can tell us more about this century-old postcard which is thought to show early players for a Furness soccer team - possibly Barrow AFC.

This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

Bidding reached £2,300 for this carved panel thought to have once been at Duddon Hall, near Millom SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A painting of the Barrow-built HMS Vanguard which exploded in 1917 SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A painting called Near Ambleside by Albert Dunington SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

A needlework on silk showing the ruins of Furness Abbey SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

Belt clasps for the Ulverston-based 10th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers (top) and the 1st Volunteer Battalion of the Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED auction-feb-25

 This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25
This BSA Super Rocket from the 1960s spent most of its time in Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-feb-25
Classic Ulverston motorbike could sell for £5,000
A CLASSIC motorbike from the 1960s which spent most of its life in Ulverston could sell for up £5,000 in a Yorkshire sale.

Tragedy: Nicola Lesley Tyson SUBMITTED

Nichola Lesley Tyson

 Tragedy: Nicola Lesley Tyson SUBMITTED
Tragedy: Nicola Lesley Tyson SUBMITTED
Millom woman died in tragic accident as she crossed the A590 in pitch darkness, inquest told
A WOMAN died following a tragic sequence of events as she attempted to cross one of south Cumbria's busiest dual carriageways in pitch darkness, an inquest has heard.

Congratulations: New Copeland MP Trudy Harrison with Millom mayoress Fee Wilson LEANNE BOLGER

Seal of approval:Prime minister Theresa May with new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison in Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Address: Prime minister Theresa in Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Visit: Theresa May in Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Result: PM Theresa May with new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison LEANNE BOLGER

Gift: Prime minister Theresa May accepts a bouquet of flowers from Millom girl Isabell Jordan NATALIE CHAPPLES

 Congratulations: New Copeland MP Trudy Harrison with Millom mayoress Fee Wilson LEANNE BOLGER
Congratulations: New Copeland MP Trudy Harrison with Millom mayoress Fee Wilson LEANNE BOLGER
Prime minister Theresa May visits Millom to congratulate new Copeland MP
MILLOM residents rushed to take selfies with the jubilant prime minister when she visited the town to congratulate the new Copeland MP on an "astounding victory".

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Prime Minister Theresa May accepts a bouquet of flowers from Millom girl Isabell Jordan. Picture: Natalie Chapples

Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Pictured: Theresa May visits Millom Cumbria, to congratulate new Copeland MP Trudy Harrison, Millom, Friday 24th February 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Theresa May hails 'astounding' victory in Copeland by-election during visit to Millom
A jubilant Theresa May has hailed an "astounding" victory for the Conservatives in the Copeland by-election during a visit to Millom.

Inquest: Alex Kellett of Crown Street in Millom died suddenly on November 27

 Inquest: Alex Kellett of Crown Street in Millom died suddenly on November 27
Inquest: Alex Kellett of Crown Street in Millom died suddenly on November 27
Inquest into death of beloved Millom community hero
AN inquest heard of a Copeland woman's gruelling fight against cervical cancer only for her to die two months after her treatment ended.

The Asda store in Barrow.

 The Asda store in Barrow.
The Asda store in Barrow.
Millom woman accused of stealing groceries worth £278 from Asda in Barrow
A WOMAN from Millom has been charged with shoplifting after allegedly stealing groceries from Asda in Barrow worth £278.86.

Knowledge: Science presenter Ross Exton with students from Millom School at the launch of this year’s Bright Sparks programme

 Knowledge: Science presenter Ross Exton with students from Millom School at the launch of this year’s Bright Sparks programme
Knowledge: Science presenter Ross Exton with students from Millom School at the launch of this year’s Bright Sparks programme
Millom pupils learn about electricity at Nugen workshop
BRIGHT young pupils from Millom have participated in an interactive learning campaign, sparking their interest in low carbon electricity.

Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn

 Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn
Forward power: Hawcoat's Paul Woodburn
Hawcoat Park RU bid for semi-final place
IT is cup quarter-final time at Hawcoat Park tomorrow, as a strong second team take on Tyldesley, the only side to have beaten them at home this season.

Bright future: Holker manager Brian Dawson has high hopes for future seasons at Rakesmoor Lane CHRIS WEST

 Bright future: Holker manager Brian Dawson has high hopes for future seasons at Rakesmoor Lane CHRIS WEST
Bright future: Holker manager Brian Dawson has high hopes for future seasons at Rakesmoor Lane CHRIS WEST
Holker OB boss points to bright future for club
BRIAN Dawson is definitely a glass half-full man as he looks to the future at Rakesmoor Lane.

Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines

Landscape: The Duddon Valley with the spire of St George's Church, Millom in the distance

MILTON HAWORTH

Message: Nopylons.co.uk campaigners, from left, Graham Robinson, Charles Rowntree and Peter Gillett

LEANNE BOLGER

Pylon Protest: Campaigners gather in the Square at Broughton

MILTON HAWORTH

 Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines
Controversial: An electricity pylon carrying power lines
Anti pylon campaigners submit alternative plans to regulator in bid to protect South Cumbria landscape
A CAMPAIGN group fighting to stop the Duddon Valley and Furness being blighted by giant pylons has told a government regulator that its own alternative proposals could make massive savings on options so far rejected by National Grid.

Joseph Walker with the steam locomotive David at Millom Ironworks in 1970 EM ARCHIVE david-feb-22

The steam locomotive David at Millom Ironworks in 1970 EM ARCHIVE david-feb-22

The former Millom Ironworks steam locomotive David at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway BILL MYERS david-feb-22

The former Millom Ironworks steam locomotive David at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway BILL MYERS david-feb-22

The former Millom Ironworks steam locomotive David at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway BILL MYERS david-feb-22

The former Millom Ironworks steam locomotive David at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway BILL MYERS david-feb-22

The former Millom Ironworks steam locomotive David at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway BILL MYERS david-feb-22

 Joseph Walker with the steam locomotive David at Millom Ironworks in 1970 EM ARCHIVE david-feb-22
Joseph Walker with the steam locomotive David at Millom Ironworks in 1970 EM ARCHIVE david-feb-22
Steam loco David survived end of Millom Ironworks
HODBARROW Mines and Millom Ironworks closed in 1968 but it took two years for demolition work and the removal of useful scrap metal - with the help of the existing railway system.

Firing in the arrows: The Evening Mail Darts Barrow finalists ready for action at the Cottages CHRIS WEST

Red-hot form: James Kempster continued his recent strong displays to reach the Grand Final CHRIS WEST

Battling through: Nikki Lavery is one of the eight Evening Mail Darts Grand Finalists CHRIS WEST

Accurate: Chris Irvine reached the Evening Mail Darts Grand Final CHRIS WEST

King of the Castle: Tommy Richardson edged out Nat Hardie CHRIS WEST

Finalist: Paul Harris defeated Dave Eccles CHRIS WEST

Merry man: Robin Hood thrower Kev Hubbold made the Grand Final CHRIS WEST

Last bite of the cake: Dave Eccles exited the Evening Mail Darts CHRIS WEST

Bowing out: Paul Clarke CHRIS WEST

Flying through: James Kempster continued his recent strong displays to reach the Grand Final CHRIS WEST

The Law-down: Scott Lawson on the oche CHRIS WEST

Experienced: Simon Whiteside CHRIS WEST

Hard night: Nat Hardie bowed out in the Barrow finals CHRIS WEST

Last eight: Chris Irvine reached the Evening Mail Darts Grand Final CHRIS WEST

Bowing out: Gav Lewis fell to James Kempster CHRIS WEST

On fire: Tommy Richardson edged out Nat Hardie CHRIS WEST

Out: Dave Eccles exited the Evening Mail Darts CHRIS WEST

 Firing in the arrows: The Evening Mail Darts Barrow finalists ready for action at the Cottages CHRIS WEST
Firing in the arrows: The Evening Mail Darts Barrow finalists ready for action at the Cottages CHRIS WEST
PICTURE SPECIAL: Six-shooters reach Evening Mail Darts Grand Final
JAMES Kempster kept his hopes of winning the Evening Mail Darts competition alive after storming into Grand Finals night with a comprehensive victory over Gavin Lewis in the Barrow area final.

Millom School's Energy in Our School" team winning at the Cumbria Go4Set competition.

Millom School's Energy in Our School" team winning at the Cumbria Go4Set competition.

Millom School's Energy in Our School team winning at the Cumbria Go4Set competition.

 Millom School's Energy in Our School" team winning at the Cumbria Go4Set competition.
Millom School's Energy in Our School" team winning at the Cumbria Go4Set competition.
Young Millom engineers can't wait for national contest
AWARD-WINNING young engineers can't wait show off their projects at a prestigious nation event next month.

Visit: Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon Arriving at the Norht-West Evening Mail with Copeland by-election Conservative candidate Trudy Harrison LINDSEY DICKINGS

Interview: Evening Mail editor James Higgins interviews defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Visit: Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon Arriving at the Norht-West Evening Mail with Copeland by-election Conservative candidate Trudy Harrison LINDSEY DICKINGS
Visit: Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon Arriving at the Norht-West Evening Mail with Copeland by-election Conservative candidate Trudy Harrison LINDSEY DICKINGS
Top Conservative minister vows government is 'doing what we can' to take Moorside project forward
TWO of the Conservative Party's biggest names hit the campaign trail as efforts to secure votes ahead of Thursday's by-election gathered pace.

FUTURE: An image used to illustrate the Northern Tidal Power Gateways

 FUTURE: An image used to illustrate the Northern Tidal Power Gateways
FUTURE: An image used to illustrate the Northern Tidal Power Gateways
One step closer to tidal turbines and road project to connect Barrow to the M6
A HUGE power-generating tidal barrage providing transport links from the M6 to Barrow and Millom is one step closer to becoming a reality thanks to the latest stage of an ambitious £8bn project.

Millom MP Frank Anderson who got key workers out of Eastern Europe SUBMITTED tannery-feb-20

Haverigg Tannery boss Andrew Vigodny SUBMITTED tannery-feb-20

 Millom MP Frank Anderson who got key workers out of Eastern Europe SUBMITTED tannery-feb-20
Millom MP Frank Anderson who got key workers out of Eastern Europe SUBMITTED tannery-feb-20
Secret files and international politics in story of a West Cumbrian tannery
INTERNATIONAL politics, a private plane hired by an MP, secret files and claims of currency smuggling are unexpected features in a talk on a West Cumbrian tannery.
Pylons and prisons debated at Copeland by-election hustings
Copeland's seven parliamentary candidates were grilled by the public at a hustings in Millom.

Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home

Thumbs-up: Swarthmoor players celebrate with goalscorer Rikki Gallagher

Over the wall: Steve McGarry tries his luck with a free-kick

Battle for possession: Charlie Price and Joe Tindale in action

On target: Rikki Gallagher scores for Swarthmoor LINDSEY DICKINGS

Battle it out: Furness Rovers' Steve McGarry(left) and Swarthmoor's Charlie Price (right) go in for the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

Double team: Furness Rovers' Steve McGarry (left) and Joseph Bradbury challenge Swarthmoor's Charlie Price LINDSEY DICKINGS

Down the wing: Swarthmoor's John Rattigan looks to play the ball past Joseph Bradbury LINDSEY DICKINGS

On the ground:Furness Rovers' Joseph Bradbury slides in to tackle Swarthmoor's John Rattigan LINDSEY DICKINGS

Price looks right: Swarthmoor's Charlie Price eyes the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

Seeking support: Furness Rovers' Sam Cunningham looks for options LINDSEY DICKINGS

Got it: Swarthmoor's Phil Edmondson slides in to tackle Furness Rovers' Joseph Bradbury LINDSEY DICKINGS

Victory-bound: Swarthmoor celebrate a goal against Furness Rovers LINDSEY DICKINGS

Goal-getter: Rikki Gallagher scores for Swarthmoor LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home
Rikki runs riot: Swarthmoor's starman Rikki Gallagher about to slot the ball home
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dominant second half as Swarthmoor thrash Furness Rovers
SWARTHMOOR produced a brilliant second-half display to thrash Furness Rovers 4-0 in their West Lancs League second division six-pointer.

The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A carved wooden panel which is believed to have been at Duddon Hall, near Millom SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A rare officer's helmet badge of the Border Regiment SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

Climbers on West Chimney of Great Gable in the Lake District SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

An architect's drawing for St Mary's Parish Church at Dalton SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A letter written by Dorothy Wordsworth SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

A letter written from Switzerland by Coniston-based John Ruskin SUBMITTED auction-feb-18

 The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18
The Ritz cinema, Barrow, on a vintage postcard SUBMITTED auction-feb-18
Barrow movie memories being sold in postcard collection
A REMINDER of nights at the movies in Barrow is included in a huge group of postcards being sold in West Sussex next week.

Campaign Trail: Prime minister Theresa May at Captain Shaw's CE Primary School, in Bootle, this week. Photo: John Story

Opinion: Mike Starkie, elected mayor of Copeland

 Campaign Trail: Prime minister Theresa May at Captain Shaw's CE Primary School, in Bootle, this week. Photo: John Story
Campaign Trail: Prime minister Theresa May at Captain Shaw's CE Primary School, in Bootle, this week. Photo: John Story
OPINION: I hope all the ministers visiting Copeland for the by-election recognise the challenges we face
THE parliamentary by-election taking place at the moment in Copeland has seen an unprecedented amount of ministers, shadow ministers and MPs from across the political spectrum visiting our beautiful corner of the UK.
Join us at the last hustings for the Copeland by-election
There are only a few days to go until the people of Copeland go to the polls.

CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST

 CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
Holker look to halt loss of form at Oswestry
BRIAN Dawson will hope Holker Old Boys can arrest their recent dip in form when they make the long trip to Oswestry Town tomorrow.

Sophie Willan

Stand-up: Sophie Willan

 Sophie Willan
Sophie Willan
Care system provides spark for deeply personal stand-up show
ONE of the most talked-about shows of the Edinburgh Festival last year was perhaps one of its more surprising successes.

TIME FOR A CHANGE: Furness' Rhys Studt moves to the centres for the trip to Egremont tomorrow COL BRANNON

 TIME FOR A CHANGE: Furness' Rhys Studt moves to the centres for the trip to Egremont tomorrow COL BRANNON
TIME FOR A CHANGE: Furness' Rhys Studt moves to the centres for the trip to Egremont tomorrow COL BRANNON
Furness and Millom hope to take home form on the road
FURNESS take their winning home form on the road to Egremont tomorrow, as do Millom when they head to Carlisle.

The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16

 The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
When institutions were the only answer to learning difficulties
THE era when people with learning difficulties were routinely sent away to institutions far from home has now passed.

The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

A dormitory at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

 The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The 91 South Cumbrians confined in Lancaster's mental institution
Mental illness has always been carefully hidden from public gaze.
Nuclear workers hustings event tonight
A Copeland by-election hustings will be held tonight for nuclear workers and their families.

TALENTED: Millom Dance champions, from left, Natashia Harfoot, 6, Jessica Carr, 3, Emily Carr, 5, Samantha Harfoot, 11, at Queen of the Solway Dancing Festival in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

AGILE: Hazel England, 13, and Ruth Gates, 17, in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

SHOW: Amanda's School of Dancing perform Grease in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

SUCCESS: Lakeland Stars Dance Troupe who won 13 trophies in 10 competitions in their first year in 1989 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

ENTERTAINMENT: Imperial School of Dance perform as Space Patrol in 1994 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

COSTUME: Christine Hart and Dorothy Kennedy School of Dance perform at Lions Dance competition at the then Forum 28 in 1993 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

TEAMWORK: Karelles in 1994 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

ACHIEVEMENTS: Maria Fischer Windermere School of Dancing pass exams with distinction in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

PREPARATIONS: Christine Hart and Dorothy Kennedy School of Dancing's Dancetime 95 at the then Forum 28 in 1995. From left, back, Julie Broome, Marjorie Hart. Middle, Jean Maddrick, Brigid Waddington, Sandra Hill. Front; Ann Gill EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

STYLE: Imperial Dance School's Christmas Revue at the then Forum 28 in 1993 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

 TALENTED: Millom Dance champions, from left, Natashia Harfoot, 6, Jessica Carr, 3, Emily Carr, 5, Samantha Harfoot, 11, at Queen of the Solway Dancing Festival in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
TALENTED: Millom Dance champions, from left, Natashia Harfoot, 6, Jessica Carr, 3, Emily Carr, 5, Samantha Harfoot, 11, at Queen of the Solway Dancing Festival in 1995 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
South Cumbria dance groups show their troupe colours
FROM West End favourites to shows with more of a local twist, local dance groups have never been out of the local spotlight.

OPPORTUNITY: Tom Loxam impressed Barrow Raiders enough in pre-season to earn a contract offer JON GRANGER

OPEN DOOR: Ethan Kelly will contiue to train with Barrow Raiders while playing for Millom JON GRANGER

 OPPORTUNITY: Tom Loxam impressed Barrow Raiders enough in pre-season to earn a contract offer JON GRANGER
OPPORTUNITY: Tom Loxam impressed Barrow Raiders enough in pre-season to earn a contract offer JON GRANGER
Barrow Raiders offer impressive Loxam professional contract
TOM Loxam has been offered the chance to stay with Barrow Raiders after impressing during his trial spell.