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Still waiting: Improvements to train timetables at Millom have been pushed back to 2018 LEANNE BOLGER


          Still waiting: Improvements to train timetables at Millom have been pushed back to 2018 LEANNE BOLGER
Still waiting: Improvements to train timetables at Millom have been pushed back to 2018 LEANNE BOLGER
Answers demanded by frustrated Millom train users
RAIL bosses are to meet with frustrated train users after plans to provide a west coast Sunday train service faced further delay.

Man of the match: Ethan Kelly LEANNE BOLGER

 Man of the match: Ethan Kelly LEANNE BOLGER
Man of the match: Ethan Kelly LEANNE BOLGER
Kelly leads way as Millom make it two on the trot
Millom 24 Leigh East 16

Stunning views: Stephen Holland with daughter Honey in the garden at 40 Huddleston Road LINDSEY DICKINGS

Modern: The kitchen at 40 Huddleston Road, Millom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Open space: The back garden LINDSEY DICKINGS

Light: The conservatory LINDSEY DICKINGS

Favourite room: The lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS

Spacious: One of the bedrooms at 40 Huddleston Road, Millom, which is on the market for £135,000 through Corrie and Co LINDSEY DICKINGS

Comfortable: The master bedroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Extended: 40 Huddleston Road, Millom, which us on the market for £135,000 through Corrie and Co LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Stunning views: Stephen Holland with daughter Honey in the garden at 40 Huddleston Road LINDSEY DICKINGS
Stunning views: Stephen Holland with daughter Honey in the garden at 40 Huddleston Road LINDSEY DICKINGS
PROPERTY: Spacious Millom family home has beautiful views
A HOUSE with beautiful views, in a tranquil setting but just a few minutes walk from the town centre caught the eyes of Carly-Jade and Stephen Holland when they were checking out the property market. As they told SUSAN GOODSON, it stuck in their minds and they were very happy when they made it their family home

LADY GAGA: Lady Gaga

 LADY GAGA: Lady Gaga
LADY GAGA: Lady Gaga
Do you remember when...
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Dave Johns

Dave Johns as Daniel Blake (PA Photo/eOne)

 Dave Johns
Dave Johns
Dave Johns back behind the mic for stand-up return
THE award-winning star of I, Daniel Blake will be returning to his more familiar role when he brings his stand-up show to Cumbria this summer.

QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino

 QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Non-stop: Blaine Marwood spreads play as Barrow Island pile on the pressure

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Challenge: Barrow Island's Jonathan Walsh

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Running free: Scott Hadwin makes a break

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Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners Jonathan Walsh 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners Jake Carter 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners Blaine Marwood 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

Barrow Island V Clock Face Miners 25/03/2017 JON GRANGER

 Non-stop: Blaine Marwood spreads play as Barrow Island pile on the pressure JON GRANGER
Non-stop: Blaine Marwood spreads play as Barrow Island pile on the pressure JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Barrow Island stop the Clocks
SO far, so good - that is the encouraging message from Rating Lane as Barrow Island start to make their mark in the National Conference League.

Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break

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Heads up: Barrow Celtic and Croftlands challenge for the ball

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On target: Barrow Celtic celebrate Craig Woodburn's goal (right)

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Scramble: Connor Smith battles to get a shot away

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 Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break JON GRANGER
Goalscorer: Croftlands' Matt Dean makes a break JON GRANGER
Win puts Croftlands back in Furness Premier League title race
THE race for the Furness Premier League title is proving to have more twists than in previous years gone by and after the results at the weekend anyone from the top six or seven teams will be thinking if they can mount a charge towards the end of the season the silverware could be theirs!

March 25 2017

Police handout of Olena Tong, a missing woman who has since been found.

 March 25 2017 Police handout of Olena Tong, a missing woman who has since been found.
March 25 2017 Police handout of Olena Tong, a missing woman who has since been found.
Missing Millom woman found
A WOMAN missing since Friday evening has been found safe and well.

Alternative? Furness General Hospital in Barrow. LINDSEY DICKINGS

Concerns: Barrow Borough Council health and wellbeing representative Michael Cassells LEANNE BOLGER

Changes: The West Cumberland Hospital, in Whitehaven, which will see some acute care services transferred to Carlisle

 Alternative? Furness General Hospital in Barrow. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Alternative? Furness General Hospital in Barrow. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Impact on Barrow's hospital 'should be assessed in wake of West Cumbria health downgrade'
EXTRA pressure on hospital services in Barrow must be considered before moves to downgrade care at the West Cumberland Hospital are allowed to go ahead, it has been claimed.

Project: Members of Norman Nicholson Society Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson in Millom LEANNE BOLGER

History: Norman Nicholson lived at 14 St George’s Terrace, Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Plans: Charlie Lambert, chairman of the Norman Nicholson Society, at the public launch of its bid to buy and renovate the former home of the poet LEANNE BOLGER

Renowned: Norman Nicholson lived at 14 St George’s Terrace LEANNE BOLGER

Plans: Charlie Lambert, chairman of the Norman Nicholson Society, at the public launch of its bid to buy and renovate the former home of the poet LEANNE BOLGER

Hopes: The Norman Nicholson Society intends to seek grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund to buy the poet's former home in St George’s Terrace, Millom LEANNE BOLGER

 Project: Members of Norman Nicholson Society Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson in Millom LEANNE BOLGER
Project: Members of Norman Nicholson Society Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson in Millom LEANNE BOLGER
Patrons back bid to buy and renovate Cumbrian poet's Millom home
TWO famous broadcasters are among a list of notable individuals who have pledged their support to buy and renovate a Cumbrian poet’s former home.

Cumbria Constabulary is asking for the public’s help finding Olena Tong, 24, was last seen in Seascale at around 7pm on Friday.

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 Cumbria Constabulary is asking for the public’s help finding Olena Tong, 24, was last seen in Seascale at around 7pm on Friday.
Cumbria Constabulary is asking for the public’s help finding Olena Tong, 24, was last seen in Seascale at around 7pm on Friday.
Police appeal for help to find missing west Cumbrian woman
POLICE are asking for help to find a missing woman from west Cumbria.

Wound on: The clock tower at Barrow Town Hall

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Up to date: The clock tower building in Millom

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 Wound on: The clock tower at Barrow Town Hall LINDSEY DICKINGS
Wound on: The clock tower at Barrow Town Hall LINDSEY DICKINGS
Time waits for no man as clocks go forwards
EVERY year, millions of families across the UK are robbed of one of the most precious things they have, time.

Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST

 Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST
Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST
Millom and Furness lock horns in Cumbria League derby
THERE is derby action at Wilson Park as Millom lock horns with Furness, while both Hawcoat Park teams have home games.

Late fitness test: Barrow Island's Ryan Clegg MILTON HAWORTH

 Late fitness test: Barrow Island's Ryan Clegg MILTON HAWORTH
Late fitness test: Barrow Island's Ryan Clegg MILTON HAWORTH
Millom and Barrow Island look for NCL victory
MILLOM hope their first win of the season will be just the start of better things to come, while Barrow Island plan to put last weekend’s late collapse behind them tomorrow.

Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Pinched in: A tight-fitting dress on this pictures by Joseph Morrall, of Glasgow Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Long dresses: Four women pose outside a house in a picture by Joseph Morrall, of Blake Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Happy couples: What looks to be a Barrow man and wife outside a cottages by the photographer Joseph Morrall SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Dapper gents: Three friends dressed for a society event at the studio of S. J. Priest at Paxton Terrace, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Working clothes: Staff at the Station Hotel and the Bootle railway station pose for photographer M. Davis, of Queen Street, Millom SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

 Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23
Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23
Tight dress leaves "martyr to fashion" flat on her face
FASHION made the headlines in the Barrow Post of March 11 in 1876 when a young women fell flat on her face as her tight dress made it impossible to safely get out of a carriage.

NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.

 NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.
NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.
Natwest to close eight Cumbrian branches
BANKING giant NatWest has announced it is going to close eight Cumbrian branches.

Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Footwork: Owen Carmoclyon the ball for Dalton in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Hit it Harry: Dalton's Harry Lupton on the attack against Ulverston Rangers LEANNE BOLGER

Trickery: Walney Island Blues' Leah Santos takes play forward at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

A Shaw thing: Rohan Shaw in action for Furness Cavaliers under-sevens LEANNE BOLGER

Super-Mac: Vickerstown's Leon McDonald with the ball at his feet LEANNE BOLGER

Watching brief: Substitutes wait for their chance in the Barrow Junior Football League Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Mellow Yellows: Walney Island Yellows at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Daring Dalton: Dalton Juniors at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Green machine:Holker Old Boys at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Into Rover-time: Furness Rovers at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER

Earning their stripes: Millom Blacks reacy for action at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

Roving Rangers: Ulverston Rangers at the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER LEANNE BOLGER

Millom matters: Millom Reds reacy for action at Furness College LEANNE BOLGER

 Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER
Winning ways: Crooklands Casuals won all their group matches in the Barrow JFL Under-sevens Spring Trophy LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Barrow JFL kids have Spring in their step for trophy competition
SOME heavy showers - not to mention strong gales - may have postponed the finale, but the Barrow Junior Football League Spring Trophy has brought dozens of young players into action.

Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard

 Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard
Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard
'Despondent' Barrow woman near Walney Channel arrested on suspicion of causing public nuisance
A WOMAN from Barrow was arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance after coastguard and lifeboat volunteers, police and paramedics were called to reports of a 'despondent' female near Walney Channel.

Flower power: Taylan Caine from Happy Tots Day Nursery enjoying the spring weather last March

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Signs of the season: Spring flowers Whicham Valley, Millom

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New life: Spring lambs at Whicham Valley, Millom

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 Flower power: Taylan Caine from Happy Tots Day Nursery enjoying the spring weather last March LINDSEY DICKINGS
Flower power: Taylan Caine from Happy Tots Day Nursery enjoying the spring weather last March LINDSEY DICKINGS
Brighter weather just around the corner
THE weather may have been wretched for the past week or so - but there is some hope around the corner.

SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson

 SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard

 Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard
Emergency services at the scene near the Dock Museum. Picture: Furness Coastguard
Emergency services called after two 'despondent' women spotted near Walney Channel
COASTGUARD and lifeboat volunteers, police and paramedics were called after two women were seen near Walney Channel.

Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s

Sweet music: Holborn Hill Brass Band in the 1980s

Cattle do nicely: Millom and Broughton Show in 1991

Flying the flag: Barrow Centenary in 1967

Royal visit: The Duke of Edinburgh at Holker Horse Trials in 1988

Celebration: Barrow in the year of Queen Elizabeth's Coronation in 1953

Shopping trip: Barrow's old market in 1961

Challenge: The Dalton half-marathon run to raise funds to build the baths in the early 1980s

Battle: Broughton children scramble for pennies as part of the traditional charter declaration held each year in the square. This picture is from the 1960s

Stroll: Grange promenade in 1990

 Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Sands of time bring changes to communities, cars - and fashion
IT passes in a flash - but time has a habit of changing life, and the things which surround us, sometimes unrecognisably.

Blasted: HM Prison Haverigg Category C men's prison

Funding call: Copeland MP Trudy Harrison STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA WIRE

Justice secretary: Liz Truss DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE

 Blasted: HM Prison Haverigg Category C men's prison
Blasted: HM Prison Haverigg Category C men's prison
Drug use, sexual violence and prisoners at risk of escape - the damning report into life at HMP Haverigg in Cumbria
DESTRUCTIVE quantities of legal highs led to a prison culture where bullying and sexual violence was rife, a damning new report says.

Millom band Natterjack Neil Miller, Grant Aspinall, and Harry Miller (Ben Smith not pictured) Photo by Leanne Bolger

Millom band Natterjack Neil Miller, Harry Miller and Grant Aspinall (Ben Smith not pictured) Photo by Leanne Bolger

 Millom band Natterjack Neil Miller, Grant Aspinall, and Harry Miller (Ben Smith not pictured) Photo by Leanne Bolger
Millom band Natterjack Neil Miller, Grant Aspinall, and Harry Miller (Ben Smith not pictured) Photo by Leanne Bolger
Natterjack ready to release debut EP into the wild
SONGS about murderous toads and bin men may not be standard fare for a rock band - but Natterjack are not your average band.

Barrow Foodbank has a Mother's Day appeal, it is looking for toiletries and items for mums who use the foodbank. Pictured: At the Barrow Foodbank, Project manager Ann Mills with a few of the types of items they are looking for. Barrow, Tuesday 21st March LEANNE BOLGER

 Barrow Foodbank has a Mother's Day appeal, it is looking for toiletries and items for mums who use the foodbank. Pictured: At the Barrow Foodbank, Project manager Ann Mills with a few of the types of items they are looking for. Barrow, Tuesday 21st March LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow Foodbank has a Mother's Day appeal, it is looking for toiletries and items for mums who use the foodbank. Pictured: At the Barrow Foodbank, Project manager Ann Mills with a few of the types of items they are looking for. Barrow, Tuesday 21st March LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow Foodbank's Mother's Day appeal for mums facing crisis
BARROW Foodbank is making a Mother's Day appeal for donations of women’s toiletries and treats for mums facing crisis.

Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017

Recognition: Staff from PHX Training, professional and business services category winner, are presented with their award by Harry Knowles, of the Federation of Small Businesses

Praise: Employees of Cumbrian Cow Ice Cream, winners of the agriculture, forestry and farming catergory, are presented with their award by Jonathan Lee, group development director of CN Group

Impact: Dan Austin after picking up the community-focused business of the year award at the Love Barrow Awards JON GRANGER

 Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017
Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017
Award-winning firms reveal business benefits
WITH new awards ceremonies popping up across Cumbria, JOSHUA HAMMOND spoke to some winners about the benefits for their business

Due north: Furness travel to Rockliffe in the County Cup LEANNE BOLGER

 Due north: Furness travel to Rockliffe in the County Cup LEANNE BOLGER
Due north: Furness travel to Rockliffe in the County Cup LEANNE BOLGER
South Lakes trio head north in County Cup openers
THE draw for the 2017 County Cup sees Furness, Haverigg and Lindal Moor all on the road.

STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden

 STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Glory: The winner of the Lakes Got Talent final, Faye Bowness of Milnthorpe MILTON HAWORTH

Rendition: Faye Bowness MILTON HAWORTH

Voice: Faye Bowness MILTON HAWORTH

Dance: Sasha Johnson MILTON HAWORTH

Routine: Sasha Johnson MILTON HAWORTH

Style: Sasha Johnson MILTON HAWORTH

Runner-up: Sasha Johnson MILTON HAWORTH

Group: Zigg Zagg MILTON HAWORTH

Song: Barrow's Jack Hayes MILTON HAWORTH

Duo: Pearl and the Piano MILTON HAWORTH

Choir: Committed to Rock MILTON HAWORTH

Magician: Richie Cottam MILTON HAWORTH

Spectacle: The Tokari School of Dance in Kendal MILTON HAWORTH

Energetic: KD School of Dance from Millom MILTON HAWORTH

Teamwork: Committed to Rock MILTON HAWORTH

Entertained: The packed audience enjoyed the 14 acts MILTON HAWORTH

Skills: Cockermouth's Maria Frances School of Dance MILTON HAWORTH

Judges: From left, Emma Preston, Chris Barker, Gill Newby and Ralph Spours MILTON HAWORTH

 Glory: The winner of the Lakes Got Talent final, Faye Bowness of Milnthorpe MILTON HAWORTH
Glory: The winner of the Lakes Got Talent final, Faye Bowness of Milnthorpe MILTON HAWORTH
Performers show skills in Lakes Got Talent
A DAZZLING array of talent was on show in the final of Lakes Got Talent.
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