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Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places


          Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places
Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places
Anger as parents must pay £390 to send children to school 20 miles away in Millom
Frustrated parents of children who have missed a place at their preferred secondary school are fighting to have transport fees to their second choice school in Millom quashed.

Project: Copland's mayor Mike Starkie, third from left, visited Millom Network Centre to launch the regeneration scheme

Initiative: Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie

 Project: Copland's mayor Mike Starkie, third from left, visited Millom Network Centre to launch the regeneration scheme
Project: Copland's mayor Mike Starkie, third from left, visited Millom Network Centre to launch the regeneration scheme
Transformational scheme launched across Copeland's towns
A TRANSFORMATIONAL £1m scheme has been launched to revitalise four main towns across the Copeland area, and applications open on Monday.

Role: Cumbria Constabulary has appointed Mark Webster as a new Assistant Chief Constable within its chief officer team

 Role: Cumbria Constabulary has appointed Mark Webster as a new Assistant Chief Constable within its chief officer team
Role: Cumbria Constabulary has appointed Mark Webster as a new Assistant Chief Constable within its chief officer team
National crime expert brings experience to Cumbria police service
A NATIONAL intelligence expert, who has led national campaigns tackling crime, is to take up a new role in Cumbria.

COLUMNIST - Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie

 COLUMNIST - Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie
COLUMNIST - Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie
Opinion: So much potential waiting to be unlocked
IT’S extremely welcome news that Millom Recreation Centre’s revamp has moved a step closer.

Leading the attack; Furness's New Zealand international paceman Seth Rance MILTON HAWORTH

Big hitter: Garry Thompson destroyed opposition attacks in the T20 finals MILTON HAWORTH

 Leading the attack; Furness's New Zealand international paceman Seth Rance MILTON HAWORTH
Leading the attack; Furness's New Zealand international paceman Seth Rance MILTON HAWORTH
Hard Work ahead for Furness in quest for trophies
THE big games are coming thick and fast for Furness CC in their quest for a trophy-laden summer.

Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.

Surprise return: Millom's Paul Evans HOWARD SHIMMIN

 Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.
Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.
Old foes Askam and Millom face-off once again
RIVALS and friends alike clash this weekend on the rugby field.

Popular: Skye Mitchell, from Millom MILTON HAWORTH

Tribute planned: Singer Amy Jo Clough, 20, has organised a special concert for pal Skye Mitchell

CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell - 18/02/2016 JON GRANGER

CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell - 18/02/2016 JON GRANGER

The finals of the Miss Cumbria Competition, Millom’s Skye Mitchell tries her hand at presenting the Eco section of the Miss Cumbria Final at Carlisle Racecourse. PICTURES BY MILTON HAWORTH 22 FEB 2015.

Singer Amy Jo Clough, 20, who is hosting a special tribute concert for friend Skye Mitchell, 18, who died in a car accident on the A595 near Bootle

 Popular: Skye Mitchell, from Millom MILTON HAWORTH
Popular: Skye Mitchell, from Millom MILTON HAWORTH
'Uplifting' tribute organised for Millom teen who died in tragic car crash
THE life of a teen beauty queen and aspiring journalist who was tragically killed in a car accident will be celebrated by an 'uplifting' concert.

Haven: Hodbarrow Nature Reserve LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Haven: Hodbarrow Nature Reserve LINDSEY DICKINGS
Haven: Hodbarrow Nature Reserve LINDSEY DICKINGS
Rare birds breed in record numbers in Barrow and Millom
THREE rare species of seabirds have bred in record numbers at nature havens on the south Cumbria coast.

Mike Starkie

 Mike Starkie
Mike Starkie
Scheme to improve town and villages is launched
A £1m scheme has been launched to revitalise parts of Cumbria.

Millom School's BeSpoke cycling club on the coast to coast route

Effort: Millom School's BeSpoke cycling club

Water ride: The cyclists at the end of their journey

 Millom School's BeSpoke cycling club on the coast to coast route
Millom School's BeSpoke cycling club on the coast to coast route
Millom cyclists demonstrate teamwork on coast to coast challenge
A GROUP of Millom cyclists worked as a team to successfully complete a coast to coast challenge.

Treats: Cakes will be sold at the coffee morning

 Treats: Cakes will be sold at the coffee morning
Treats: Cakes will be sold at the coffee morning
Millom coffee morning for church
A COFFEE morning is being held in next month to raise funds for a village church.

Looking back: A vintage view of the Walney windmill SUBMITTED turbine-jul-20

Next stage: Equipment at Heysham to take the power cables to the Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm BILL MYERS turbine-jul-20

Going out: Cables heading into Morecambe Bay from Heysham to link with the Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm BILL MYERS turbine-jul-20

Power source: The Heysham nuclear power station seen from the decks of the Ben My Chree BILL MYERS turbine-jul-20

Linking up: Laying a gas pipe across the Duddon sands from Askam to Millom in 1992 EM ARCHIVE turbine-jul-20

Sand project: Laying a gas pipe across the Duddon Estuary from Askam to Millom in 1992 EM ARCHIVE turbine-jul-20

Redundant: The Barrow Steam Corn Mills took trade off the Walney windmill from the 1870s SUBMITTED turbine-jul-20

 Looking back: A vintage view of the Walney windmill SUBMITTED turbine-jul-20
Looking back: A vintage view of the Walney windmill SUBMITTED turbine-jul-20
Centuries of power from Morecambe Bay winds
TURBINES off the Walney coast provide power using technology our ancestors could not imagine but the winds across Morecambe Bay have been harnessed for energy across the centuries.

Copeland MP Trudy Harrison

 Copeland MP Trudy Harrison
Copeland MP Trudy Harrison
Opinion: Community rallies round in time of desperate loss
LEAVING my family and community this Monday felt especially difficult. Our community is in shock following the desperately tragic loss of two wonderfully bright, kind and ambitious young women.

Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS

Team spirit: From left: Lucas Manson, Jacob Wills, Luke Burbridge and Harrison Ross enjoy the Tri-Golf competition with Yarlside DAVID HOLLINS

On the ball: Ashlin Binu, from Dane Ghyll, in hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Playing the Long game: Walney School's Ben Longmire in table cricket action DAVID HOLLINS

Happy hockey: The Dane Ghyll hockey team at the Cumbria School Games. They are (beck, from left): Will McNally, Jack Dixon, Jack Tyerman. Front: Holly Woolveridge, Ashlin Binu and Sophie Ackred DAVID HOLLINS

Full of cheer: St Bernard's Leo Cheung enjoying the boccia competition DAVID HOLLINS

Paddle do: St Barnard's Bradley Walsh takes part in the table tennis competition DAVID HOLLINS

Good effort: The Millom St James tennis team, who finished at runner-up at the Cumbria School Games. They are (from left): Reuben Lupton, Hannah Thompson, Madison Gooding and Jack Barker SUBMITTED

Sticking with it: Dane Ghyll's Holly Woolveridge in hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Big hitter: Lindal and Marton's Daniel Marshall on the hockey pitch DAVID HOLLINS

On a roll: The St Bernard's School boccia team DAVID HOLLINS

Stuck in: Flynn Manihera, from Thomlinson Junior School (left) and Ashlin Binu, from Dane Ghyll, compete in the hockey DAVID HOLLINS

Knagging talent: Victoria Academy's Olivia Knagg takes part in the Tri-Golf at the Cumbria School Games DAVID HOLLINS

Jolly Molly: Yarlside Academy's Molly Hegginbottom in the Tri-Golf competition DAVID HOLLINS

Heaps of talent: Lindal and Marton's Grace Heap on the ball DAVID HOLLINS

Thwack!: Millom St James tennis player Reuben Lupton at the Cumbria School Games SUBMITTED

Groundstrokes: Lindal and Marton's Harry Mayou in Quicksticks hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Walney School's Josh Clarke takes part in the table cricket at the Cumbria School Games DAVID HOLLINS

Victoria victorious: Chloe Graham in Tri-Golf action for the winning Victoria Academy team DAVID HOLLINS

Good strokes: Millom St James tennis player Hannah Thompson at the Cumbria School Games SUBMITTED

Quick pace: Action from the Tr-Golf finals DAVID HOLLINS

 Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS
Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness produce stout defence of Cumbria School Games title
FURNESS produced a sterling defence of their Cumbria School Games crown - handing over the title to new champions Eden after a great battle.

Incident: Police are appealing for information

 Incident: Police are appealing for information
Incident: Police are appealing for information
Call for witnesses to slag heap incident in Millom
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a possible domestic dispute.

All cheers: The Millom St James Kwik Cricket team, who won the Cumbria county finals. They are (back, from left): India Jackson, Emma Ivison, Rio Waker, Harvey Burch, Callum Harrison, Cade Heavyside. Front: Declan Tyson, Callum High, Jackson Evans and Reece Bridges SUBMITTED

Best in the business: The Millom St James Kwik Cricket team, who won the Cumbria finals. They are (back, from left): India Jackson, Emma Ivison, Rio Waker, Harvey Burch, Callum Harrison, Cade Heavyside. Front: Declan Tyson, Callum High, Jackson Evans and Reece Bridges SUBMITTED

 All cheers: The Millom St James Kwik Cricket team, who won the Cumbria county finals. They are (back, from left): India Jackson, Emma Ivison, Rio Waker, Harvey Burch, Callum Harrison, Cade Heavyside. Front: Declan Tyson, Callum High, Jackson Evans and Reece Bridges SUBMITTED
All cheers: The Millom St James Kwik Cricket team, who won the Cumbria county finals. They are (back, from left): India Jackson, Emma Ivison, Rio Waker, Harvey Burch, Callum Harrison, Cade Heavyside. Front: Declan Tyson, Callum High, Jackson Evans and Reece Bridges SUBMITTED
Millom cricketers claim county crown
THE young cricketers of Millom St James are the best in the county after some impressive batting and bowling displays.

Meeting: Councillor Michael Cassells

LEANNE BOLGER

Terror threat: Campaigner Lee Wicks outside Barrow Town Hall

LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Meeting: Councillor Michael Cassells LEANNE BOLGER
Meeting: Councillor Michael Cassells LEANNE BOLGER
Council unites in fight against hate crime after Barrow terror threat
A TOWN has expressed its "abhorrence" for hate crimes in an attempt to make it safer for all in the community.

Film fun: Emma Bannister and Jenny Greenhalgh from the movie Nuns on the Run EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Smiling Through: The 1992 Millom carnival queen Amanda Slee EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Spare a copper: Parade colector Olive Cassels EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Up Pompei: The 1992 float from the Millom Safeway supermarket EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Club outing:The float from Millom Working Men's Club in the 1992 parade EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Anniversary: John Case celebrates 50 years since Europeans arrived in America EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Soggy delivery: The Millom Post Office entry featuring John Livesey and Pauline Dawson EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Clowning around: Fancy dress entrant Joanne Burnett EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

Taking off: Toni Street with carnival balloons EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19

 Film fun: Emma Bannister and Jenny Greenhalgh from the movie Nuns on the Run EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19
Film fun: Emma Bannister and Jenny Greenhalgh from the movie Nuns on the Run EM ARCHIVE parade-jul-19
Smiling through the rain in Millom parade of 1992
HEAVY rain is the biggest fear for carnival organisers and can wreck plans which have taken many months to put in place.

Boom!: A mighty six from Garry Thompson for Furness in the semi-final victory against Lindal MILTON HAWORTH

Deady Daly! Mark Daly demolishes the Lindal batting line-up with 4-16 MILTON HAWORTH

Howzat? Seth Rance appeals for a wicket with Lee Hogg at the crease

A roar of delight from Dalton wicket keeper Jake Rigg after Daniel Sharpe claims the wicket of Millom pro Sameera Sadamal MILTON HAWORTH

Death rattle: Jack Singleton is clean bowled by Millom's Paul O'Callaghan MILTON HAWORTH.

Mighty All Blacks: Furness celebrate a wicket MILTON HAWORTH.

Gone: Paul Wilcock is out lbw first ball from Mark Daly PICTURES MILTON HAWORTH

Gaining the edge: A stretch Garry Thompson for Furness from this ball from Kenny Peters MILTON HAWORTH.

On-side: Lee Hogg looks for runs for Lindal MILTON HAWORTH.

Lindal v Furness CC at Lindal Moor in the semi-final of the T20. 16th July 2017. PICTURES MILTON HAWORTH.

Clean take: Wyll Stanway behind the stumps for Furness PICTURES MILTON HAWORTH.

Mark Daly demolishes the Lindal batting line-up MILTON HAWORTH

On the Mark: Mark Daly of Furness MILTON HAWORTH

Out: Daniel Sharpe clean bowls the Millom Pro Sameera Sadamal MILTON HAWORTH.

Pace: Millom's Graham Dawson bowls MILTON HAWORTH.

Dalton jubilant at the early succes against Millom in the semi-final of The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor MILTON HAWORTH.

Dalton jubilant at the early succes against Millom in the Semi-Final of The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Dalton's Tom Heywood on his way to 59 in The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Dalton's Tom Heywood on his way to 59 in The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. Dalton v Millom The Millom Pro Sadimal is almost run out. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

ian Swarbrick batting for Millom in The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Rigg and Woodend celebrate the wicket of Robert Thompson in The South Lakes T20 semi-finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

A big shout against Daniel Sharpe in The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Jake Rigg and Daniel Sharpe celebrate the scalp of Milom pro Sameera Sadamal. The South Lakes T20 finals at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Millom's Paul O'Callaghan clean bowls Daniel Sharpe in the The South Lakes T20 semi finals between Millom and Dalton at Lindal Moor CC. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Robbie Wilson in action. for Millom MILTON HAWORTH.

Millom's Jack Thompson just fails to catch this chance from Dalton's Tom Heywood MILTON HAWORTH

Jordan Woodend bowls Robert Thompson much to the delight of Jake Rigg MILTON HAWORTH.

Jake Rigg and Daniel Sharpe celebrate the scalp of Milom pro Sameera Sadamal PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

 Boom!: A mighty six from Garry Thompson for Furness in the semi-final victory against Lindal MILTON HAWORTH
Boom!: A mighty six from Garry Thompson for Furness in the semi-final victory against Lindal MILTON HAWORTH
Tornado Thompson fires Furness to South Cumbria Twenty20 Cup glory
MASTER blasters Furness produced a dominant display to retain the South Cumbria Twenty20 Cup.

Dreaming of success: CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell JON GRANGER

Excitement: Skye Mitchell pictured with The Mail's editor James Higgins JON GRANGER

Campaigner: Skye Mitchell launched a dramatic anti-bullying campaign following her experiences at school in Millom MILTON HAWORTH

Ambitious: Skye Mitchell was due to start a course in broadcast journalism in September MILTON HAWORTH

 Dreaming of success: CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell JON GRANGER
Dreaming of success: CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell JON GRANGER
In her own words: The dream of tragic 18-year-old killed in car crash
A BEAUTY queen and budding journalist killed in a car crash had been set to chase her dream after discovering she had a 'raw talent' for journalism.

New horizons: Some of the pupils who took part in the Mini medics event at Ulverston Victoria High with (front l-r) Tom Warrander and Adam Penny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGSny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGS

Eye see: Tom Warrander from Medical Mavericks takes a photo of UVHS pupil Ben Cairns' retina with the use of a ophthalmoscope LINDSEY DICKINGS

Steady hands: Pupils from Furness Academy trying their hand at keyhole surgery LINDSEY DICKINGS

Experiments: Eleanor Maddock, Aurora Park and Rhodri Silcocks from UVHS trying out the vision impairment goggles LINDSEY DICKINGS

 New horizons: Some of the pupils who took part in the Mini medics event at Ulverston Victoria High with (front l-r) Tom Warrander and Adam Penny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGSny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGS
New horizons: Some of the pupils who took part in the Mini medics event at Ulverston Victoria High with (front l-r) Tom Warrander and Adam Penny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGSny from Medical Mavericks LINDSEY DICKINGS
Students wowed by medical inspired workshops at Ulverston school
AMAZED students recorded ECG readings of their hearts and even saw the wonder of an unborn baby on an ultrasound during medical workshops.

Village hero: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

In uniform: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

Birth place: The former John Bull pub at Valley End, Silecroft SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

Gallantry: The medals of Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson at the King's Own museum in Lancaster BILL MYERS mayson-jul-18

Remembered: The gravestone of Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson at Whicham churchyard BILL MYERS mayson-jul-18

Brave man: An artist's impression of Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson taking on a German machine-gun team SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

Looking back: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

In action: The cap badge of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18

 Village hero: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18
Village hero: Silecroft Victoria Cross winner Tom Fletcher Mayson SUBMITTED mayson-jul-18
Tribute to Silecroft Victoria Cross winner to mark a century
A CARVED stone is to be unveiled next to Silecroft war memorial to mark 100 years since the outstanding bravery of Tom Fletcher Mayson earned him the Victoria Cross.

RTC SITE A595 FLORAL TRIBUTES RTC Site A595 North of Bootle Pictured: A595 roadside Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017.

GCSE RESULTS --- Millom School pupils receive their GCSE results // (l-r) Skye Mitchell (4A, 3B, distinction) and Chloe Temple (2A, 3B, 1C) Thursday 20th August 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

John Woodcock MP for Barrow and Furness.

 RTC SITE A595 FLORAL TRIBUTES RTC Site A595 North of Bootle Pictured: A595 roadside Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017.
RTC SITE A595 FLORAL TRIBUTES RTC Site A595 North of Bootle Pictured: A595 roadside Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017.
Plight of danger road must be improved - MP claims
MORE should be done to tackle notorious roads in Cumbria, an MP has claimed, after an horrific crash on Friday night claimed the lives of two teenage girls.
Fatal A595 crash: two remain in hospital
THE two injured in a tragic crash on Friday night remain in hospital.

Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017

Matt Savidge

Millom School pupil Skye Mitchell gets her GCSE results in 2015

 Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017
Floral tributes, north of Bootle, Sunday 16th July 2017
Former school of Millom pals killed in crash plans tribute as headteacher says community is 'deeply shocked and saddened'
BOOKS of condolence will be opened at the former school of two teenagers who were killed in a road crash in Cumbria.

Collection drive: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock helping with a foodbank collection at Barrow’s Tesco Metro store with Anne Johnston (left) and Jane Coward

 Collection drive: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock helping with a foodbank collection at Barrow’s Tesco Metro store with Anne Johnston (left) and Jane Coward
Collection drive: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock helping with a foodbank collection at Barrow’s Tesco Metro store with Anne Johnston (left) and Jane Coward
Barrow MP joins fight to boost foodbank facing donations crisis
AN MP has called for work to be undertaken to ensure foodbanks are consigned to history - as a campaign launched by The Mail to tackle a crisis in local donations thunders towards its target.

Shocked: Kendal College principal Graham Wilkinson

 Shocked: Kendal College principal Graham Wilkinson
Shocked: Kendal College principal Graham Wilkinson
College 'hurting' after tragic death of 'wonderful and hard-working' Millom student
TRIBUTES have been paid to a "wonderful and hard-working" youngster killed in a tragic crash on Friday night.

At the crease: Lewis Gribbin batting for Furness

LEANNE BOLGER

Good effort: Tony Butler bowling for Dalton

LEANNE BOLGER

Solid: Mike Gadsden batting for Furness

LEANNE BOLGER

On the offensive: Tony Butler tries to claim a Furness scalp

LEANNE BOLGER

Defensive: Lewis Gribbin faces up to the Dalton bowling

LEANNE BOLGER

Top scorer: Mike Gadsden made 39 for Furness

LEANNE BOLGER

 At the crease: Lewis Gribbin batting for Furness LEANNE BOLGER
At the crease: Lewis Gribbin batting for Furness LEANNE BOLGER
Furness keep up the pressure on league leaders
FURNESS kept up the pressure on North Lancs and Cumbria League leaders Workington with a six-wicket win at Dalton.

Skye Mitchell takes part in a foodbank collection

Skye Mitchell at the Miss South Lakes final in The Coronation Hall

Skye Mitchell on GCSE results day

Carnival Queen Millie Mitchell with big sisters Skye and Candice (right) at the annual Millom Carnival

Skye Mitchell spent time at The Mail as part of a dream placement programme

Schoolgirl Ellie Dobson with a 14-year-old Skye Mitchell

 Skye Mitchell takes part in a foodbank collection
Skye Mitchell takes part in a foodbank collection
Beautiful inside and out: how Millom teenager killed in tragic Cumbria crash planned to help young cancer sufferers
A BEAUTY queen killed in a crash was due to have her long locks cut off to help young girls undergoing chemotherapy.
Skye Olivia Mitchell, 18, died when the car she was driving was in collision with a van (Cumbria Police/PA Wire)
Skye Olivia Mitchell, 18, died when the car she was driving was in collision with a van (Cumbria Police/PA Wire)
Skye Olivia Mitchell, 18, died when the car she was driving was in collision with a van (Cumbria Police/PA Wire)
Two 18-year-olds killed in Cumbria road crash named
The family of a teenager who was killed with her friend in a road crash in Cumbria have described her as a "popular, kind, caring girl".