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Free fruit to be handed out to kids at Tesco in Barrow
FREE fruit is being handed out to kids at Tesco Extra in Barrow.

Debbie Pay with her son, Christian, who died after taking drugs at last year's Kendal Calling.

 Debbie Pay with her son, Christian, who died after taking drugs at last year's Kendal Calling.
Debbie Pay with her son, Christian, who died after taking drugs at last year's Kendal Calling.
Mother makes heartfelt plea a year after Millom teen's Kendal Calling death
A MOTHER has made a heartfelt plea to young people, a year after her son died from taking drugs at a popular music festival.

CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER

IN-FORM Dalton batsman Mike Hargreaves JIM DAVIS

 CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER
CAPTAIN'S AMBITION Scott Pearcey is hopeful Furness can be crowned South Cumbria Twenty20 champions again this weekend JON GRANGER
Furness look to continue Twenty20 domination
KINGS of the short game Furness have their sights set on a fifth South Cumbria Twenty20 Cup success in six years.

Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape

Millom Town Councillor, Bob Kelly

 Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Councillors draw battle lines over pylon plans
TOWN councillors have pledged their support to community groups and parish councils who are fighting against plans to build pylons along the Cumbrian coast.

READY TO RETURN Askam's Mark Tyson is set to face St Judes following a lay-off with a broken arm CHRIS WEST

 READY TO RETURN Askam's Mark Tyson is set to face St Judes following a lay-off with a broken arm CHRIS WEST
READY TO RETURN Askam's Mark Tyson is set to face St Judes following a lay-off with a broken arm CHRIS WEST
Barrow Island look to boost Cumbria League hopes
BARROW Island can strengthen their hold on second position in the Cumbria League at Wath Brow with a victory tomorrow.
Weather for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District
HERE is the latest weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District.

The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month

Jenny Brumby is calling for people across the Millom area to sign up to the scheme.

MILTON HAWORTH

 The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month
The Community Help and Information Network was launched at Millom Carnival earlier this month
Millom residents set to benefit from new volunteer network
A NEW initiative has been launched to reach out to members of a community who are in need of a helping hand.

Poor broadband connections are a problem nationwide.

Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Councillor Graham Vincent

MILTON HAWORTH

Mayor of Copeland, Mike Starkie

Barrow Council leader Councillor Dave Pidduck

JON GRANGER

 Poor broadband connections are a problem nationwide. Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Poor broadband connections are a problem nationwide. Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
South Cumbria leaders call on government to honour broadband pledge
COUNCIL leaders from across South Cumbria have called on the government to carry out its pledge to get the whole of the UK broadband connected by 2020.

John Ruskin School's year 11 pupils celebrated their prom at the Netherwood Hotel in Grange.

A John Ruskin year 11 pupil arrives at his prom aboard a tractor.

Millom School celebrate their prom at Muncaster Castle on Friday 24 June 2016. Photo by Jenna Carpenter Photography.

Millom School celebrate their prom at Muncaster Castle on Friday 24 June 2016. Photo by Jenna Carpenter Photography.

Millom School celebrate their prom at Muncaster Castle on Friday 24 June 2016. Photo by Jenna Carpenter Photography.

The teachers at John Ruskin School get in to the party spirit at the 2016 year 11 prom. Photo by Jenna Carpenter Photography.

 John Ruskin School's year 11 pupils celebrated their prom at the Netherwood Hotel in Grange.
John Ruskin School's year 11 pupils celebrated their prom at the Netherwood Hotel in Grange.
Students celebrate in style at school proms
Now that we are well in to the first week of the school summer holidays, many former year 11 pupils will be preparing to take their next steps in their education or entering the work place for the first time.

CELEBRATION Dave Whalley (Green Urban), George Slater (Green Urban), Lauren Watson ( NWAS ), Kevin Walsh (Rotary Club) and Ken Leece (former club captain)

EQUIPMENT The new solar and wind-powered defibrillator has been installed at Silecroft Golf Club. Credit: Glyn Harrison, The Brand Chap

UNVEILING (l-r) George Slater (Green Urban), Dave Whalley (Green Urban), Lauren Watson ( NWAS ) and Kevin Walsh (Cumbria and Lancashire Rotary Club)

CAMPAIGN Former club captain, Ken Leece , with the new defibrillator at Silecroft Golf Club

 CELEBRATION Dave Whalley (Green Urban), George Slater (Green Urban), Lauren Watson ( NWAS ), Kevin Walsh (Rotary Club) and Ken Leece (former club captain)
CELEBRATION Dave Whalley (Green Urban), George Slater (Green Urban), Lauren Watson ( NWAS ), Kevin Walsh (Rotary Club) and Ken Leece (former club captain)
Nature is set to save lives as a ground-breaking piece of technology is unveiled
A GROUND-BREAKING piece of technology which has been designed to save lives in remote areas has been installed on a community golf course.

Flesquieres Hill Britis Cemetery is the resting place of PC Richard Johnstone SUBMITTED police-jul-26

Barrow PC Frederick Goodchild SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

Barrow PC Richard Johnstone SUBMITTED police-jul-26

A Barrow police badge of the First World War era SUBMITTED police-jul-26

Barrow PC Cyril Gabriel Clarke SUBMITTED police-jul-26

Barrow PC Charles Sidney Chaplin SUBMITTED police-jul-26

Barrow PC William Fothergill SUBMITTED police-jul-26

Barrow PC Edward Garnett SUBMITTED police-jul-26

 Flesquieres Hill Britis Cemetery is the resting place of PC Richard Johnstone SUBMITTED police-jul-26
Flesquieres Hill Britis Cemetery is the resting place of PC Richard Johnstone SUBMITTED police-jul-26
Six deaths as Barrow police went off to war
THE sacrifice made by six officers in the First World War from the old Barrow police force is described in a booklet held in the extensive local history collections held at Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre.

MEDALS ON SHOW Men of the County Borough Police Force, Barrow, in 1925 SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

Barrow PC Frederick Goodchild SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

Barrow PC Henry Dennison SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

Barrow PC Francis Foley SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

Barrow Insp Thomas Taylor SUBMITTED survive-jul-26

 MEDALS ON SHOW Men of the County Borough Police Force, Barrow, in 1925 SUBMITTED survive-jul-26
MEDALS ON SHOW Men of the County Borough Police Force, Barrow, in 1925 SUBMITTED survive-jul-26
Barrow police provided big men with military experience for war effort
IF you wanted to find a group of big, strong men with previous military experience in 1914 then the police force was the best place to start.
Competition watchdog orders sale of 350-400 shops before Ladbrokes/Coral merger
LADBROKES and Coral must offload 350 to 400 high street stores as a condition of their proposed £2.3 billion merger, the Competition and Markets Authority has said.

Company Sergeant Major Harold Pemberthy “Pem” Gendle, of Lapstone Road, Millom SUBMITTED gendle-jul-26

 Company Sergeant Major Harold Pemberthy “Pem” Gendle, of Lapstone Road, Millom SUBMITTED gendle-jul-26
Company Sergeant Major Harold Pemberthy “Pem” Gendle, of Lapstone Road, Millom SUBMITTED gendle-jul-26
Search for story of Millom war casualty
FORMER Millom man Alan Dixon, who now lives in Barrow has been trying for several years to find out more about his great uncle who was killed by a sniper’s bullet in the First World War.

Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank

 Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
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Barrow Foodbank set to help families struggling to cope this summer holiday

Official opening of new play space

Millom Mayor Doug Wilson with Jake Cummings,6 in the play area LEANNE BOLGER

: New outside play space

Pictured: (l-R) Year 1 Sunshine Group, Casey Penrith, Jayden Maggs, Travis Savage, Preston Scott, Lilly-May Eccles, Demi-Leigh Talbot, Shania Penrith, Jake Cummings

Pictured: (l-R) Samantha Mayne, Janice Brown, Leah Lancaster, Joan Tyson, Harbour Ladies, cutting the ribbon at official opening

(l-R) Samantha Mayne, Janice Brown, Leah Lancaster, Joan Tyson,

 Official opening of new play space
Official opening of new play space
School unveils new playground after receiving generous cash boost
A SPECIAL children's facility has received a welcome cash boost to help fund an exciting new playground for schoolchildren.

DRIVING FORCE Barry Pugh goes on the attack for Askam JIM DAVIS

RICH PICKINGS Gareth Richards looks for a gap in the Salford defence JIM DAVIS

FOUR POINTS Russ Bolton touches down for Askam at Fallowfield Park JIM DAVIS

SUPER SAM Sam Dowsett pushes through the Salford defence JIM DAVIS

NOT YOUR AVERAGE JOE Askam's Joe Dowsett goes in to score against Salford JIM DAVIS

BUTLER SERVICE Tom Butler romps home for a try for Askam against Salford JIM DAVIS

Askam ARLFC (Green) V Salford City Roosters. 23 July 2016. Pics Jim Davis. Joe Satterthwaite, going wide. 50085091T001.jpg

Askam ARLFC (Green) V Salford City Roosters. 23 July 2016. Pics Jim Davis. Ross Bolton try. 50085091T007.jpg

Askam ARLFC (Green) V Salford City Roosters. 23 July 2016. Pics Jim Davis. Alex Brailsford, hands off. 50085091T000.jpg

WHERE TO? Joe Satterthwaite takes play wide JIM DAVIS

HERE I COME Russ Bolton races in to score JIM DAVIS

READY FOR IMPACT Alex Brailsford hands off the Salford defence JIM DAVIS

 DRIVING FORCE Barry Pugh goes on the attack for Askam JIM DAVIS
DRIVING FORCE Barry Pugh goes on the attack for Askam JIM DAVIS
Askam RL silence Roosters with emphatic victory
ASKAM romped to victory over Salford City Roosters at Fallowfield Park to keep their promotion hopes alive in National Conference Division Two.

MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis

BIG HIT Mike Hargreaves batting for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis

 MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis
MAGIC MIKE Mike Hargreaves on his way to a top score 62 for Dalton against Cleator Jim Davis
Furness CC's title hopes suffer major blow with defeat at leaders Workington
FURNESS’S hopes of retaining the North Lancs And Cumbria League championship crown are hanging by a thread following a comprehensive defeat at leaders Workington, writes COLIN BICKERSTAFFE.

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Family announcements in today's Evening Mail
HERE are the family announcements published in today's Evening Mail.

Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED

The Barrow Civic Restaurant in the old Public Hall. EM ARCHIVE

 Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED
Barrow British Restaurant plastic tokens in use from 1942 to 1943. SUBMITTED
NOSTALGIA: Communal eating to help Barrow families bombed out of their homes
WE take for granted that the shops will be full of food and that we have kitchens to cook it in but that was not the case for thousands of Barrovians 75 years ago.

Heidi Lindow shows a flair for the game MILTON HAWORTH

Seaview Riding School on Walney JON GRANGER

Jonathan Eastham plays tennis at Ulverston Leisure Centre MILTON HAWORTH

Millom Gymnastics Club member Jessica Plaine, aged five LEANNE BOLGER

Millom Recreation Centre gymnastics club at Millom Carnival 2015

 Heidi Lindow shows a flair for the game MILTON HAWORTH
Heidi Lindow shows a flair for the game MILTON HAWORTH
Summer holiday camps in the Furness area
IT'S that time of year again, where six weeks of freedom stretches ahead for school children all over the country.

Prawns and chorizo

Cock and Bull, Gosforth

Garlic mushrooms

Fish and seafood

 Prawns and chorizo
Prawns and chorizo
FOOD REVIEW: Cock and Bull story of quest for grub finished well in west Cumbria
OUR food reviewer visited the Cock and Bull in Gosforth.

Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline

Rock The Fells line-up 2016

The site in Bootle that will welcome Rock The Fells

Wasted Saints are one of three headliners

Pete Mills (centre), pictured with some of the pupils at Captain Shaw's C of E Primary School

 Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline
Bootle's own superstars The Chadelics headline
Your guide to Rock The Fells 2016
THE first-ever Rock The Fells arts and music festival arrives today and it looks set to be the Western Lake District's biggest live event of the summer.

Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

Many families left Penzance railway station for a new life in Millom or Furness SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

An iron ore miner at Hodbarrow, Millom, where cornishmen made up a significant proportion of the workforce SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

A mine boring team in Furness. Cornish skills were in demand in finding ore reserves SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22

Market Jew Street in Penzance BILL MYERS penzance-jul-22

The statue to Sir Humphry Davy in Market Jew Street, Penzance BILL MYERS penzance-jul-22

 Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22
Cornish skills helped at Park Mine, near Barrow SUBMITTED penzance-jul-22
Mining links from Penzance to Furness
CORNISH families were heading north 150 years ago when Millom Newtown was born and places such as Askam, Barrow and Dalton were seeing rapid expansion.

LEADING THE CHARGE Barry Pugh returns for Askam for tomorrow's match against Salford City Roosters at Fallowfield Park HARRY ATKINSON

Harry Atkinson

 LEADING THE CHARGE Barry Pugh returns for Askam for tomorrow's match against Salford City Roosters at Fallowfield Park HARRY ATKINSON
Harry Atkinson
LEADING THE CHARGE Barry Pugh returns for Askam for tomorrow's match against Salford City Roosters at Fallowfield Park HARRY ATKINSON
Askam aiming to silence Roosters
ASKAM are aiming to silence Salford City Roosters when the sides clash in the National Conference League Division Two at Fallowfield Park, while Conference Division One side Millom head to Yorkshire to face Underbank.

WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER

ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT Furness players at the past and present match July 2016

Furness past and present day submitted

 WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
WICKETS GALORE Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
Furness ready to go to Work against North Lancs Cricket League leaders
SCOTT Pearcey’s Furness face the biggest game of their season as they aim to peg back Workington in the North Lancs League title race.

Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape

Residents from across South Cumbria gathered in Thwaites Village Hall over concerns about National Grid's plans to erect pylons along the Cumbrian coast

Pylons at Whicham

View across the Duddon

 Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Pylons twice the size of this could line the Cumbrian landscape
Residents call for public meeting over Moorside pylon fears
CONCERNED residents have taken a stand against plans for 50-metre-high pylons to be built across their beloved landscape.

Millom Community Hospital, where virtual out of hours appointments are now available

 Millom Community Hospital, where virtual out of hours appointments are now available
Millom Community Hospital, where virtual out of hours appointments are now available
Virtual out of hours GP appointments for Millom residents
STATE of the art technology is set to allow patients to attend a virtual out of hours GP appointment instead of making a 46 mile journey to hospital.

SERVICES Millom Community Hospital

INVITATION MP Jamie Reed

 SERVICES Millom Community Hospital
SERVICES Millom Community Hospital
Millom hospital supporters applaud MP
SUPPORTERS of a community hospital have applauded their MP after he petitioned the prime minister to help protect health services from further cuts.
Man refused to pick up dog dirt when challenged by council workers
A DOG owner has been handed a £344 bill after he was caught failing to pick up after his whippet.