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Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST

Back of the net: Tom Hammond scores Hawcoat's fourth goal CHRIS WEST

At full stretch: Harry Copeland nearly gets a hand to Carl Pearson's penalty CHRIS WEST

Shot: Hawcoat's Harry Spiers goes for goal CHRIS WEST

Well struck: Hawcoat's Ryan Mackay CHRIS WEST

Close encounters: Holker's Troy Magee and Hawcoat's Frankie Elli CHRIS WEST

Make the leap: Hawcoat's Matty Pickering goes between two defenders CHRIS WEST

Safe hands: Harry Copeland prevents the ball from crossing the line CHRIS WEST

HAWCOAT PARK RESERVES / HOLKER OLD BOYS RESERVES. Hawcoat Park, Barrow. Hawcoats Ryan Mackay. 23rd September 2017. CHRIS WEST

Penalty: Holker's Wyll Stanway brings down Hawcoat's Matty Pickering CHRIS WEST

Up in the air: Holker's Spencer Erdis goes flying. CHRIS WEST

Close control: Holker's Troy Magee. CHRIS WEST

 Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST
Nice finish: Carl Pearson scores Hawcoat's third goa CHRIS WEST
Hawcoat hold on to top spot in nine-goal thriller
FURNESS Premier League leaders Hawcoat Park Reserves edged a nine-goal thriller with Holker Old Boys seconds at Hawcoat Sports Club.

Support: Age UK West Cumbria volunteers Chris Smith, Pat Nelson, Age UK West Cumbria Community connector Linda Chapples, senior day care worker Cath Edwards and volunteer Jean Park

LEANNE BOLGER

 Support: Age UK West Cumbria volunteers Chris Smith, Pat Nelson, Age UK West Cumbria Community connector Linda Chapples, senior day care worker Cath Edwards and volunteer Jean Park LEANNE BOLGER
Support: Age UK West Cumbria volunteers Chris Smith, Pat Nelson, Age UK West Cumbria Community connector Linda Chapples, senior day care worker Cath Edwards and volunteer Jean Park LEANNE BOLGER
Age UK in Millom to celebrate the older generations during Grandparents Week
A SPECIAL event is being held to celebrate everything that is wonderful about families’ older generations.

Trial: Carlisle Crown Court

STUART WALKER

Bail: Judge Barbara Forrester

 Trial: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Trial: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Millom woman admits dealing and stashing thousands of pounds of criminal cash
A MILLOM woman will be sentenced next month for committing a drugs supply offence and possessing criminal cash.

Dedicated: Henry 'Harry' Charnley at his wedding to Olga

Long-serving: Harry Charnley

Family man: Mr and Mrs Charnley with family members

Devoted: Mr Charnley with younger generations of his family

 Dedicated: Henry 'Harry' Charnley at his wedding to Olga
Dedicated: Henry 'Harry' Charnley at his wedding to Olga
Barrow man believed to be shipyard's longest serving employee dies aged 93
A MAN believed to be one of the longest serving employees at a shipyard has died, aged 93.
GP surgeries: Is yours one of the best in Cumbria?
County residents have access to top standards of care, health watchdog claims

A file photo of a police officer

 A file photo of a police officer
A file photo of a police officer
Police launch investigation after Vauxhall Corsa stolen in Millom
AN investigation has been launched following the theft of a Vauxhall Corsa in Millom.
Police investigate car theft in Millom
Police are investigating a car theft in Millom.

The former HSBC bank in New Market Street is to be renamed Hoad House

Tony Martinez and Jacqui Waters company directors of The Cumbria Teaching Agency.

June 2016. PAULA THANNER

 The former HSBC bank in New Market Street is to be renamed Hoad House
The former HSBC bank in New Market Street is to be renamed Hoad House
Iconic Ulverston landmark rechristened after public competition
AN historic building in the heart of Ulverston will be re-christened as part of a six-figure redevelopment scheme.

Award: Phil Whalley, from Furness Heating Components (left) presents a cheque to Millom's Danny Pattinson, with John Knagg (Lancashire FA rep) and Matty Towler CHRIS WEST

 Award: Phil Whalley, from Furness Heating Components (left) presents a cheque to Millom's Danny Pattinson, with John Knagg (Lancashire FA rep) and Matty Towler CHRIS WEST
Award: Phil Whalley, from Furness Heating Components (left) presents a cheque to Millom's Danny Pattinson, with John Knagg (Lancashire FA rep) and Matty Towler CHRIS WEST
Flying start earns Millom sports performance prize
DANNY Pattinson was delighted to see Millom's flying start to the season recognised after picking up the Sports Performance of the Month Award for August.

Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness

MILTON HAWORTH

Mr Reliable: Millom's Ian Cummings

Switching position: Hawcoat skipper Brad Morrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Furness and Millom ready to lock horns in derby tussle
FURNESS go in tomorrow's home derby against Millom licking their wounds after a frustrating day at Upper Eden.

SEAT Altea: Most fun to drive

Ford Mondeo: It can stomach the big miles

Mazda6: Sportscar looks and balanced handling

 SEAT Altea: Most fun to drive
SEAT Altea: Most fun to drive
Ask the experts: What can I get for £3,000?
Question: My old banger is fit for nothing now. I can get about £3,000 together, but what would you recommend? We’re a family of four.

Forum: Trudy Harrison and Copeland Conservative councillors at their meeting held in Whitehaven

 Forum: Trudy Harrison and Copeland Conservative councillors at their meeting held in Whitehaven
Forum: Trudy Harrison and Copeland Conservative councillors at their meeting held in Whitehaven
MP Trudy Harrison talks investment, boundary reviews and maternity services at Copeland meeting
PARKING, maternity services and a £645m broadband investment were the main topics of discussion between Copeland's MP and the area's local Conservative councillors at their latest meeting.

Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station

 Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station
Just visiting: Harvey and Tobie Woodhead with Community Police officer Sue Addyman at a 2007 open day at Millom Police Station
10 YEARS AGO
Ulverston councillors discussed calls for a 20mph limit in the town centre.

Visit: Copeland MP Trudy Harrison at the Bradbury Centre in Millom with Anne Prowse (Age UK West Cumbria chairwoman), Ged McGrath, Trudy Harrison, Andy Todman, Peta Leigh and Zara Pattinson

Fact finding: Trudy Harrison in the wedding shop at Millom's Age UK. From left to right: Anne Prowse (Age UK West Cumbria chairwoman), Ged McGrath, Geraldine Lancaster, Andy Todman, Julie Tucker, Pauline Lister, Karen Jones and Mrs Harrison

 Visit: Copeland MP Trudy Harrison at the Bradbury Centre in Millom with Anne Prowse (Age UK West Cumbria chairwoman), Ged McGrath, Trudy Harrison, Andy Todman, Peta Leigh and Zara Pattinson
Visit: Copeland MP Trudy Harrison at the Bradbury Centre in Millom with Anne Prowse (Age UK West Cumbria chairwoman), Ged McGrath, Trudy Harrison, Andy Todman, Peta Leigh and Zara Pattinson
Copeland MP meets local volunteers to discuss living well into old age
THE needs of an ageing population in Copeland and how best to meet that challenge was the subject of a recent MP's visit.

Winter is coming: Calls to the national gas emergency service increase as temperatures fall

 Winter is coming: Calls to the national gas emergency service increase as temperatures fall
Winter is coming: Calls to the national gas emergency service increase as temperatures fall
Residents urged to get their gas appliances checked
CUMBRIAN residents tempted to reach for the central heating as autumn temperatures dip are being urged to get their boilers - and other gas appliances - safety checked.

The updated timetable for Northern's Carlisle to Barrow service.

 The updated timetable for Northern's Carlisle to Barrow service.
The updated timetable for Northern's Carlisle to Barrow service.
Sellafield and Millom to Barrow train cancelled with next service running late due to fault
PASSENGERS travelling on the Northern Service between Sellafield and Barrow this morning face a delay after an earlier train fault.

Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Millom man accused of sexual touching and perverting the course of justice to appear at Preston Crown Court
A 48-YEAR-OLD is due to appear for trial in crown court after denying charges of sexual touching and perverting the course of justice.

Fine season: Nathan Waterston impressed with the bat for Furness LINDSEY DICKINGS

Multi-talented: Paul Fugler topped the Division Two batting averages and was the division's best wicket-keeper LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Fine season: Nathan Waterston impressed with the bat for Furness LINDSEY DICKINGS
Fine season: Nathan Waterston impressed with the bat for Furness LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness young gun Waterston enjoys season to remember
NATHAN Waterston capped a stellar season with Furness CC as he finished top of the North Lancs Premier Division batting averages and scooped the league's under-21s player-of-the-year gong.

Furness Academy has won EU funding for new projects around 3D print technologies and the use of new ICT technologies to foster innovation in learning. Pictured: (l-R) In the IT area of Furness Academy, Emily Moscrop, Hannah Manson EU project manager Nicola Rae, Hannah Leece and Autumn Adams, Barrow, Monday 11th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

EU project manager Nicola Rae, Emily Moscrop, Hannah Manson, in the 3D Printer room at Furness Academy LEANNE BOLGER

Autumn Adams, Hannah Manson, Hannah Leece and Emily Moscrop in the IT area LEANNE BOLGER

 Furness Academy has won EU funding for new projects around 3D print technologies and the use of new ICT technologies to foster innovation in learning. Pictured: (l-R) In the IT area of Furness Academy, Emily Moscrop, Hannah Manson EU project manager Nicola Rae, Hannah Leece and Autumn Adams, Barrow, Monday 11th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Furness Academy has won EU funding for new projects around 3D print technologies and the use of new ICT technologies to foster innovation in learning. Pictured: (l-R) In the IT area of Furness Academy, Emily Moscrop, Hannah Manson EU project manager Nicola Rae, Hannah Leece and Autumn Adams, Barrow, Monday 11th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
European projects put Barrow secondary school at the "cutting edge" of new educational developments
A BARROW secondary school is at the "cutting edge" of new educational developments in the UK and Europe.

Sean Kelly (photo by Steve Ullathorne)

Storage Hunters: Sean Kelly (left), Green Mile and T-Money (UK tour promo)

 Sean Kelly (photo by Steve Ullathorne)
Sean Kelly (photo by Steve Ullathorne)
INTERVIEW: Storage Hunters' Sean Kelly enjoying life on the road
THE host of hit US TV show Storage Hunters, Sean Kelly, is joined by two of his co-stars in Barrow next month. He told KARL STEEL what we can expect

Venue: Millom Library

LEANNE BOLGER

 Venue: Millom Library LEANNE BOLGER
Venue: Millom Library LEANNE BOLGER
Over-65s to be offered advice at Millom Library during Cumbria Falls Prevention Awareness Week
A WEEK of events has been lined up at Millom Library to raise awareness about how to stop people having slips, trips and falls.

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.

Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER

The White stuff: Andrew Whiteford on the ball for GSK Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

Got it: Ulverston's Chris Bolton wins the ball among the Askam defence LEANNE BOLGER

On the attack: Askam United's Kris McLean pushes forward against Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

In control: Sam Purslow on the ball for Askam United LEANNE BOLGER

Superfly: Ross Walker goes aerial for Askam United against GSK Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

 Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER
Goal-getter: Dean Crossman (left) celebrates finding the net for GSK Ulverston Rangers against Askam United LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Nothing to separate Ulverston and Askam
GSK Ulverston Rangers and Askam United played out an entertaining six-goal encounter in West Lancs Division One.

Tigers roar: Hindpool Tigers celebrate winning the CJS Cars Barrow and District KO Cup, beating Askam 38-30 in the final at Craven Park. They are (back, from left): Phil Cubiss (coach) Dale Sneesby, Cameron Hayton, Grant Burns, Tom Heighton, Josh Crawford, Adam Martin, Connor Goodings, Charlie Crawford, Craig Regan and Connor McDermott. Front: Scott McGuckin, Erik Knibbs, Lee Boyd, Jamie McIllroy, Josh Villis, Matty Archer and Brandon Edmondson PICTURE SUBMITTED BY GRAHAM SHAW

Rare joy: Askam celebrate a Tom Hopkins try in their defeat to Oulton Raiders LEANNE BOLGER

Ball in hand: Russ Bolton looks for a gap for Askam against Oulton LEANNE BOLGER

Stop right there: Jamie Butler is halted as he drives forward for Askam against Oulton LEANNE BOLGER

RUGBY ASKAM V OULTON RAIDERS Askam v Oulton Raiders - Pictured: Askam v Oulton Raiders Askam, Saturday 16th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Go away: Jamie Butler pushes away an Oulton tackler LEANNE BOLGER

RUGBY ASKAM V OULTON RAIDERS Askam v Oulton Raiders - Pictured: Askam v Oulton Raiders Askam, Saturday 16th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

RUGBY ASKAM V OULTON RAIDERS Askam v Oulton Raiders - Pictured: Stuart High,Askam v Oulton Raiders Askam, Saturday 16th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Tigers roar: Hindpool Tigers celebrate winning the CJS Cars Barrow and District KO Cup, beating Askam 38-30 in the final at Craven Park. They are (back, from left): Phil Cubiss (coach) Dale Sneesby, Cameron Hayton, Grant Burns, Tom Heighton, Josh Crawford, Adam Martin, Connor Goodings, Charlie Crawford, Craig Regan and Connor McDermott. Front: Scott McGuckin, Erik Knibbs, Lee Boyd, Jamie McIllroy, Josh Villis, Matty Archer and Brandon Edmondson PICTURE SUBMITTED BY GRAHAM SHAW
Tigers roar: Hindpool Tigers celebrate winning the CJS Cars Barrow and District KO Cup, beating Askam 38-30 in the final at Craven Park. They are (back, from left): Phil Cubiss (coach) Dale Sneesby, Cameron Hayton, Grant Burns, Tom Heighton, Josh Crawford, Adam Martin, Connor Goodings, Charlie Crawford, Craig Regan and Connor McDermott. Front: Scott McGuckin, Erik Knibbs, Lee Boyd, Jamie McIllroy, Josh Villis, Matty Archer and Brandon Edmondson PICTURE SUBMITTED BY GRAHAM SHAW
Hindpool land KO Cup with Askam victory
HINDPOOL Tigers A wrestled the CJS Cars Barrow and District KO Cup from holders Askam A over a thrilling 80 minutes at Craven Park.

Martin Plummer from the Police Federation

Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

Deputy Chief Constable Michelle Skeer

The former police station at Welsh Road, Harraby, Carlisle

 Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Police in Cumbria "running for the exits" - with one in 10 set to quit
Nearly one in 10 police officers in Cumbria say they are poised to quit the force - with a union chief warning they are "running for the exits".

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.

Sentence: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER

 Sentence: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Sentence: Carlisle Crown Court STUART WALKER
Millom woman jailed after flouting punishment for part in Cumbria's biggest ever insurance fraud
A MILLOM woman has been jailed after flouting the punishment she received for her role in Cumbria's biggest ever insurance fraud.

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United Utilities work to address problems with brown water in Millom as engineers attempt to access burst pipe under car
RESIDENTS in Millom have this evening (16) been reporting problems with brown tap water.

Helping others: A meeting of the organisers and medical professionals at Breathe Easy South Cumbria. From left, Dr Andrew Luksza, chairman, Mary Harrison, head respiratory nurse for Furness, Harry Brunskill, club secretary, Jo Newsham, specialist respiratory physiotherapist for Furness and Millom, and Dr John Brice, treasurer MILTON HAWORTH

Support: Harry Brunskill, club secretary MILTON HAWORTH

Knowledge: From left, Dr Andrew Luksza, chairman, Harry Brunskill, club secretary, and Dr John Brice, treasurer MILTON HAWORTH

 Helping others: A meeting of the organisers and medical professionals at Breathe Easy South Cumbria. From left, Dr Andrew Luksza, chairman, Mary Harrison, head respiratory nurse for Furness, Harry Brunskill, club secretary, Jo Newsham, specialist respiratory physiotherapist for Furness and Millom, and Dr John Brice, treasurer MILTON HAWORTH
Helping others: A meeting of the organisers and medical professionals at Breathe Easy South Cumbria. From left, Dr Andrew Luksza, chairman, Mary Harrison, head respiratory nurse for Furness, Harry Brunskill, club secretary, Jo Newsham, specialist respiratory physiotherapist for Furness and Millom, and Dr John Brice, treasurer MILTON HAWORTH
South Cumbria support group welcomes new members
PEOPLE who face a daily struggle with tasks as simple as putting on a pair of shoes or walking upstairs could find help thanks to a local support group.

Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007

 Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Bus services in South Cumbria faced reduction due to a planned cut is subsidies from Cumbria County Council. One service under threat was the X35 Kendal to Barrow route.