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Residents urged not to let thieves steal Christmas
A COUNCILLOR is warning people across the area to be vigilant about crime this Christmas season.

Newton Street, Millom, packed with shops, in 1906, for the visit of MP Mr Fullerton. All are now houses SUBMITTED change-dec-03

Market Street, Millom SUBMITTED change-dec-03

McIntosh's toy shop in Queen Street, Millom SUBMITTED change-dec-03

Men and boys could get their hair cut at Trevors in Queen Street, Milom SUBMITTED change-dec-03

A 1967 advertisement for Schiefler's in Queen Street, Millom SUBMITTED change-dec-03

A 1950s advertisement for Stan Bawden the hairdresser in Queen Street, Millom SUBMITTED change-dec-03

Millom Rugby League club used to organise a knock-out contest for pubs and social clubs. This is the Royal Hotel team from 1933 SUBMITTED change-dec-03

Emmerson's Horses at Ulverston Hiring Whit Fair in 1925. Taylor's steam switchback is in the background SUBMITTED change-dec-03

 Newton Street, Millom, packed with shops, in 1906, for the visit of MP Mr Fullerton. All are now houses SUBMITTED change-dec-03
Newton Street, Millom, packed with shops, in 1906, for the visit of MP Mr Fullerton. All are now houses SUBMITTED change-dec-03
When sheep and cattle were herded through Millom streets
A CHANGING Millom is the theme for author Allan Hodgson in this look at some of the town’s shops and services since the 1930s.

£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dora - thought to be Dora Wordsworth - which sold for £2,700 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy - thought to be Dorothy Wordsworth - which sold for £2,500 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Sketch by Dalton artist George Romney of Mary Stuart going to the scaffold which sold at auction for £3,250 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A drawing of Whitehaven by the celebrated landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner could make up to £3,000 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Furness Railway live steam locomotive which could sell for up to £1,800 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A cinema lobby card for the Laurel and Hardy film The Fixer Uppers which might make £400 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A silver cased pocket watch by the Barrow maker Charles E. Gawne, of 58 Dalton Road SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

 £2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
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TWO golden thimbles with an unproven link to Lakeland poet William Wordsworth sold for a combined £5,200 at a Cumbrian auction.

TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison

Round Lebkuchen

 TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison
TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison
Warm up the festive season with a quirky hot chocolate
WE are now in the month of December and for many people the festive countdown is under way.

Olly Murs

Bryan Adams

UB40

 Olly Murs
Olly Murs
Coach travel offers to Carlisle's big gigs in 2017
WORLD famous names such as Bryan Adams, Olly Murs and UB40 have announced Carlisle shows in the past week - but that doesn't mean the rest of Cumbria has to miss out.

Ed Byrne

Ed Byrne

 Ed Byrne
Ed Byrne
Ed Byrne back in Cumbria for four-night run
FUNNYMAN Ed Byrne will be heading to Cumbria for a four-night run in 2017.

MAKING PROGRESS Holker manager Brian Dawson CHRIS WEST

 MAKING PROGRESS Holker manager Brian Dawson CHRIS WEST
MAKING PROGRESS Holker manager Brian Dawson CHRIS WEST
Holker boss Brian Dawson believes his improving team can reach cup semis
NEW Holker Old Boys boss Brian Dawson is hoping his side can continue their good progress by upsetting the strongest team in their division.

West Cumberland Hospital could lose 24-hour consultancy-led maternity services

Felicity Wilson is calling on everyone to respond to the consultation questionnaire

 West Cumberland Hospital could lose 24-hour consultancy-led maternity services
West Cumberland Hospital could lose 24-hour consultancy-led maternity services
Plans to reduce West Cumberland maternity services branded 'dangerous' by Millom councillors
RESIDENTS of South Copeland communities are being ignored in moves to change healthcare provision in west Cumbria, it has been claimed.

SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards

RISING STARS Junior Motocross riders collecting their medals from Supermoto star Chris Hodgson. Left to right;Findlay Pickering ,Jamie Keith, Jack Keith and Jacob Hayes Pictures by Lee Edwards

AWARD WINNERS Left to right; Christian Iddon,Tom McHale, Nick Penny, Dave "Rocket" Peters, Terry Daley, PaulCroft, Eric Kitchen ,Gary Thwaites, Syd Ormrod, Chris Hodgson. Front Row Jamie Keith and Jacob Hayes Pictures by Lee Edwards

DAN THE MAN Barrow's Dan Stewart receiving the notorious Crash and Trash trophy from Christian Iddon Pictures by Lee Edwards

WELL DONE Christian Iddon (left) with drag bike racer Dave "Rocket" Peters and tam mechanic Terry Daley. Peters got the best "Wrinkly Racer" award while Terry received the Ulverston Motorcycle Club Award for services to the sport Pictures by Lee Edwards

PAUL'S HAUL Barrow's Paul Croft who picked up two awards and a "Slimmer of the Year" certificate. He lost more than five stones in his efforts to gain more speed from his Yamaha. His dedication paid off as he won the Golden Era Championship at Aintree Pictures by Lee Edwards

 SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards
SPECIAL GUESTS Furness and South Motorcycle Awards co-host Les Trotter with guests of honour Christian Iddon (left) and Chris Hodgson Pictures by Lee Edwards
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness motorbike aces unite for awards night
MOTORCYCLING enthusiasts packed into the Soccer Bar, Barrow, for the annual Furness and South Cumbria Motorcycle Sports Awards - and helped raise £1,000 for charity.

Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year

Bravery winners Joe and Connie Elson with mum Nicola and Santa last year

Heaths logo - Christmas Star 2015

 Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Search begins to find inspirational children to be our Christmas Stars
THE search has begun to find inspirational children to be the North-West Evening Mail's Christmas Star 2016.

The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30

In April 1987 a special train celebrated 140 years of services on the Kendal to Windermere line SUBMITTED talk-nov-30

A Glaxo fireless locomotive which worked at Ulverston SUBMITTED talk-nov-30

 The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30
The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30
A tour through 40 years of Cumbrian rail travel
A TOUR of rail history was provided by Andrew Naylor at a Bowness conference held by the Cumbrian Railways Association to mark the 40th anniversary of its foundation in 1976.

SHORTLISTED Heidi Haine

 SHORTLISTED Heidi Haine
SHORTLISTED Heidi Haine
Millom girl wants to prove she's top of the food chain in major competition
A YOUNG Millom girl with a passion for the outdoors has been recognised by a leading wildlife organisation.

FROM ME TO YOU Adam Batty offloads in a tackle for Cumbria LEANNE BOLGER

OVER THE WHITEWASH Phil Lister scores a try for Cumbria against Lancashire at Askam LEANNE BOLGER

WINNING WAYS Cumbria celebrate Phil Lister's try against Lancashire LEANNE BOLGER

MOB RULE Marcus O'Brien helps tackle a Lancashire man LEANNE BOLGER

ON THE BREAK Liam McNicolas attacks for Cumbria against Lancashire LEANNE BOLGER

STOPPED Lancashire halt a Cumbria attack LEANNE BOLGER

 FROM ME TO YOU Adam Batty offloads in a tackle for Cumbria LEANNE BOLGER
FROM ME TO YOU Adam Batty offloads in a tackle for Cumbria LEANNE BOLGER
Cumbria claim Lancashire scalp in Tri-Series at Askam
CUMBRIA 18 LANCASHIRE 10

Frosty morning in Barrow

Frost on the roads in Barrow

Puddles in Barrow

Snowy Black Combe over Barrow rooftops. Credit: SHEENAH ALCOCK

 Frosty morning in Barrow
Frosty morning in Barrow
Weather forecast 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 kitchen LEANNE BOLGER

Michael Davidson at 33 Devonshire Road, Millom

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The living room LEANNE BOLGER

The kitchen LEANNE BOLGER

One of the bedrooms at 33 Devonshire Road Millom

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33 Devonshire Road, Millom, which is up for sale with Corrie and Co for £94,000.

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 The kitchen LEANNE BOLGER
The kitchen LEANNE BOLGER
PROPERTY: Much-loved home has been a family affair
MICHAEL Davidson’s house really is a family affair, having been owned by his mother before he took it on. As he told SUSAN GOODSON, he has always loved its traditional layout and quiet setting which is handy to the town’s shops

Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire

Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire

Jamie Reed

 Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire
Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire
MP calls on government to invest in Cumbria's roads following three-vehicle smash on A595
COPELAND MP Jamie Reed has said that the government must "get a grip" on road safety after discovering shocking figures.

St Luke's Church at Haverigg SUBMITTED poet-nov-29

Female Poets of the First World War by Lucy London SUBMITTED poet-nov-29

 St Luke's Church at Haverigg SUBMITTED poet-nov-29
St Luke's Church at Haverigg SUBMITTED poet-nov-29
Appeal for picture of Haverigg war poet
WE are hoping readers will be able to help provide a picture of a women from Haverigg, near Millom, who was moved to write poetry by the First World War.

Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire

Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire

 Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire
Firefighters working to release casualties following the crash. Picture: Ulverston Fire
Pictures reveal dramatic scenes after two-vehicle crash on main road between South and West Cumbria
FIREFIGHTERS have been praised for their work in releasing casualties trapped after a horrific smash on the A595.

FEELING THE HEAT Even Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri has faced calls to go STEVEN PASTON/PA WIRE

 FEELING THE HEAT Even Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri has faced calls to go STEVEN PASTON/PA WIRE
FEELING THE HEAT Even Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri has faced calls to go STEVEN PASTON/PA WIRE
PETE ON THE BEAT: Pressure mounts as fans fire at managers
THEY were all there, lined up for you to take your pick - those regular stock phrases and sound-bites that are heard whenever the phone-in lines fall into the hands of the unhappy football fan.

PILE-ON The Furness defence halts a Millom attack LEANNE BOLGER

JUMP TO IT Furness and Millom contest a line-out at the Strawberry Grounds LEANNE BOLGER

RUGBY UNION FURNESS V MILLOM Rugby Union - Furness v Millom at The Strawberry Grounds Pictured: Barrow, Saturday 27th November 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

RUGBY UNION FURNESS V MILLOM Rugby Union - Furness v Millom at The Strawberry Grounds Pictured: Barrow, Saturday 27th November 2016, LEANNE BOLGER

 PILE-ON The Furness defence halts a Millom attack LEANNE BOLGER
PILE-ON The Furness defence halts a Millom attack LEANNE BOLGER
Furness march to derby win over Millom
Furness 41 Millom 16

HM Prison, Haverigg LEANNE BOLGER

HMP HAVERIGG HM Prison Haverigg Category C men's prison, Pictured: Main Gate HM Prison, Haverigg, Monday 31st October 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

illom Mayor Doug Wilson. CREDIT: LEANNE BOLGER

 HM Prison, Haverigg LEANNE BOLGER
HM Prison, Haverigg LEANNE BOLGER
Millom mayor wants less drug smuggling as suicide in prisons reaches all-time high
PRISONS need to clamp down on the amount of drugs being smuggled through to inmates after a shocking rise in prisoners committing suicide, according to the mayor of Millom.

STAYING UP Luke Reid rides a CMB challenge for Askam United in the 3-3 draw at Duddon Road LEANNE BOLGER

ON THE ATTACK Ross Walker looks to push forward for Askam LEANNE BOLGER

SLIDE RULE Jordan Rayner makes a tackle for Askam LEANNE BOLGER

FIVE-GOAL MAN Paul Cleasby scored five as Kirkby United defeated Furness Rovers reserves 22-0 JON GRANGER

UP IN THE AIR Ross Walker (right) goes up for the ball with a CMB man LEANNE BOLGER

 STAYING UP Luke Reid rides a CMB challenge for Askam United in the 3-3 draw at Duddon Road LEANNE BOLGER
STAYING UP Luke Reid rides a CMB challenge for Askam United in the 3-3 draw at Duddon Road LEANNE BOLGER
Askam fight out a draw, as Kirkby United score 22
ASKAM were held to a 3-3 draw at home to CMB in a West Lancs Division One encounter that swayed one way and then the other.

Generic shot of Ainslie Street, Barrow PHOTO BB

Ainslie Street, Barrow BB

Ainslie Street, Barrow

 Generic shot of Ainslie Street, Barrow PHOTO BB
Generic shot of Ainslie Street, Barrow PHOTO BB
Police investigate "unexplained" death of 33-year-old man in Barrow
DETECTIVES are investigating the circumstances of a death of a 33-year-old man in Barrow which is being treated as "unexplained".

ENF OF AN ERA Dee Bateman and Steve Callister with their trophie in 2010, the last time the competition was played JOE RILEY

CUP THAT 2009 winners Dee Bateman and Dave Pratt. JON GRANGER REF:0474778

PACKED HOUSE Big crowds watched the Evening Mail in the 1970s EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

FRIENDS AND RIVALS Champions Tommy Managh and runner-up John Parnham in 1994 at The Bluebird Club, Barrow EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

KANE AND ABLE John Kane at the oche in 1990. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

SEVENTIES STYLE Bill Higginson and champion Ray Hendley in 1970 at Barrow Public Hall. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

READY FOR ACTION In the 1976 competition EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

AT THE OCHE Tommy Cummings of Harbour, Haverigg, throwing against Dick Ellwood of the Station Hotel at Millom WMC in 1988. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

ARROWS READY Chris Welch. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

EVENING MAIL DARTS --- Pete Gale and Dot Kane in 1984. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

BIG CROWD Spectators in 1976. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

WINNERS Sheila Tyson and Ian Jackson in 1992 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

SUPPORT Big crowds 1991 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

CHAMPIONS Angela Johnson and John Kane. EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

MAKE SOME NOISE The 1989 finals EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

 ENF OF AN ERA Dee Bateman and Steve Callister with their trophie in 2010, the last time the competition was played JOE RILEY
ENF OF AN ERA Dee Bateman and Steve Callister with their trophie in 2010, the last time the competition was played JOE RILEY
REMEMBER WHEN: 60 years of Evening Mail Darts
DATING back to the post-war era, the Evening Mail Darts Championship had its own special place in the Furness sporting calendar.

Cllr Rachel Costelloe

 Cllr Rachel Costelloe
Cllr Rachel Costelloe
"Millom is exactly where I want to be", new councillor says.
A WOMAN who has lived most of her life in Millom has taken on a public role in the hope of making a difference to her community.

Christine Lovell and Ged McGrath at the clock tower: LEANNE BOLGER

 Christine Lovell and Ged McGrath at the clock tower: LEANNE BOLGER
Christine Lovell and Ged McGrath at the clock tower: LEANNE BOLGER
Millom prepares for a party of pride
MILLOM is preparing for its biggest party in decades as work to restore its clock has finally paid off.

WINNER Aimee Everett

WINNER Curtis Anderson

 WINNER Aimee Everett
WINNER Aimee Everett
Barrow footballers and Millom gymnasts win at Cumbria Sports Awards
FOOTBALLING starlets Curtis Anderson and Aimee Everett were the big Furness winners at last night’s Cumbria Sports Awards.

The spanakopita at It's all Greek to me

The baklava at It's all Greek to me

The mozarella and bacon panini at It's all Greek to me

The eating area of It's all Greek to me

 The spanakopita at It's all Greek to me
The spanakopita at It's all Greek to me
FOOD: Amazing quality for amazing prices at Millom restaurant
IF the summer holidays seem a long time ago; if you look out of your windows at the rain and long for the Mediterranean; if, to be specific, Greece is the way you are feeling, then there is only one thing to do: head to Millom, of course.

Millom School's heat winner Emily Martin

Charlotte Robinson preparing her dishes.

One of the winning risotto dishes cooked by Emily Martin

 Millom School's heat winner Emily Martin
Millom School's heat winner Emily Martin
Talented young Millom School chefs cook up a treat for judges in Rotary Club competition
TALENTED young chefs cooked up some top notch cuisine to impress judges.

BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness

 BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness
BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness
Cumbria League derby duels provide fuel for full-blooded face-offs
THERE'S a double dose of derby action as Furness host Millom and Ambleside take on the Wilson Park club's second string tomorrow.