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Ellie Smyth-Tyson with her sisters. from the left, Izzy, Ellie, Lexi and Bethanie at their home in Barrow

Ellie Smyth-Tyson suffered major injuries in a road accident in Barrow

North West Ambulance Service and the North West Air Ambulance at the scene of the accident in October

Christmas Star sponsor Heath's


          Ellie Smyth-Tyson with her sisters. from the left, Izzy, Ellie, Lexi and Bethanie at their home in Barrow
Ellie Smyth-Tyson with her sisters. from the left, Izzy, Ellie, Lexi and Bethanie at their home in Barrow
Brave Barrow girl who suffered major injuries in collision is nominated as a Christmas Star
A BRAVE Barrow girl who is recovering from major injuries suffered in a road traffic collision has been nominated as a Christmas Star.

An Screengrab of a video showing an ordnance bomb which washed up on Walney and was disposed of in a controlled explosion in July 29 2015. Submitted via Adam Topham.

An ordnance bomb which washed up on Walney and was disposed of in a controlled explosion in July 29 2015. Submitted via Adam Topham.

 An Screengrab of a video showing an ordnance bomb which washed up on Walney and was disposed of in a controlled explosion in July 29 2015. Submitted via Adam Topham.
An Screengrab of a video showing an ordnance bomb which washed up on Walney and was disposed of in a controlled explosion in July 29 2015. Submitted via Adam Topham.
Bomb disposal team to carry out explosion in Walney
A BOMB disposal team is set to carry out a controlled explosion on a beach in Walney.

THE CHAMP Steve Callister will defend the Evening Mail darts crown he won in 2010 JOE RILEY

HEAD TO HEAD Richie Hall will take on Simon Kane

BIG MATCH Barry Twiname will take on Steve Woodburn CHRIS WEST

 THE CHAMP Steve Callister will defend the Evening Mail darts crown he won in 2010 JOE RILEY
THE CHAMP Steve Callister will defend the Evening Mail darts crown he won in 2010 JOE RILEY
Evening Mail Darts draw throws up Christmas crackers
SOME tasty ties have been thrown up for the opening rounds in the reborn Evening Mail Darts competition.

GOAL GETTERS Matty Bruce and Paul Cleasy have helped Kirkby United to the top of the Furness Premier Division JON GRANGER

 GOAL GETTERS Matty Bruce and Paul Cleasy have helped Kirkby United to the top of the Furness Premier Division JON GRANGER
GOAL GETTERS Matty Bruce and Paul Cleasy have helped Kirkby United to the top of the Furness Premier Division JON GRANGER
Barrow Celtic and Kirkby United set for top-of-the-table clash
FIRTS plays third in a mammoth Furness Premier Division clash at Newby Terrace tomorrow.

Haverigg Lighthouse at Hodbarrow.

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Lighthouse, Haverigg by FRANK NASH

 Haverigg Lighthouse at Hodbarrow. ReservLINDSEY DICKINGS
Haverigg Lighthouse at Hodbarrow. ReservLINDSEY DICKINGS
Call made to repairs to 'iconic' Haverigg landmark
A TREASURED landmark could receive a much-needed makeover after falling into disrepair.

FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD

LEADING FROM THE FRONT Hawcoat Park skipper Dan White in action in the win over Workington last week CHRIS WEST

 FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD
FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD
Hawcoat Park out to make it back-to-back wins
HAWCOAT Park aim to make it back-to-back wins in North Lancs/Cumbria League when they head to Fleetwood tomorrow.

WINDING THEM IN Olesia Winder comes home to win the minor girls race for Ulverston Victoria High School at the Furness Schools Cross Country Championships LINDSEY DICKINGS

READY TO RACE The Dowdales School minor girls team at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOURTH-RIGHT Josh Gott, from Millom School, finishes fourth in the Intermediate Boys race at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

PHOTO FINISH From left: Luis Wagstaff, from Chetwynde School, Connor O'Hara,home schooled, and Jake Cooper, from St Bernard’'s finish the Intermediate boys race LINDSEY DICKINGS

ON THE PODIUM The Intermediate boys top three (from left): Second-placed Liam Brockbank, from Millom School, winner Sam Puslow, from Dowdales School, and third-placed Abe Brown, from St Bernard’'s LINDSEY DICKINGS

HEADING FOR HOME Olesia Winder takes the Minor Girls title LINDSEY DICKINGS

SILVER LINING Laura Brown comes home second for Chetwynde in the Minor Girls race at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

TO THE END Jasmine Brown, from Dowdales School, finishes seventh in the Minor Girls race LINDSEY DICKINGS

EAGER The Ulverston Victoria High School runners waiting for their race to start LINDSEY DICKINGS

HEAD GIRLS Minor Girls top three (from left): Second-placed Laura Brown, from Chetwynde, champion Olesia Winder, from Ulverston Victoria High School, and third-placed Chloe Capstick, from Millom School LINDSEY DICKINGS

GREEN MACHINE The Millom School Minor Boys team LINDSEY DICKINGS

OFF WE GO Runners set off in the Furness SChools Cross Cuunty Minor Boys race LINDSEY DICKINGS

EADING FOR HOME The Intermediate Boys tackle the course LINDSEY DICKINGS

PACK MENTALITY Runners in the Intermediate Boys race head out on the course LINDSEY DICKINGS

STEADY PACE Intermediate boys runners on the course LINDSEY DICKINGS

OFF AND RUNNING The Minor Girls set off at Furness Academy LINDSEY DICKINGS

RED RUNNERS The Dowdales School Minor Girls team LINDSEY DICKINGS

IN FULL STRIDE Olesia Winder takes the Minor Girls title LINDSEY DICKINGS

 WINDING THEM IN Olesia Winder comes home to win the minor girls race for Ulverston Victoria High School at the Furness Schools Cross Country Championships LINDSEY DICKINGS
WINDING THEM IN Olesia Winder comes home to win the minor girls race for Ulverston Victoria High School at the Furness Schools Cross Country Championships LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURES SPECIAL: Young runners star in Furness Schools cross country
TOP young cross country runners from across South Cumbria strode into action for the Furness Schools Championships.

Millom School students take part in a drill exercise. Photo: Chris Warner

Cumbria fire area manager, Nick O'Key, presents a certificate to Gracie Stewart, of Millom School. Photo: Chris Warner

Millom students take part in a drill exercise of a mock car accident rescue. Photo: Chris Warner

Cumbria fire area manager, Nick O'Key, presents a certificate to Sam Ketchan, of Millom School. Photo: Chris Warner

Cumbria fire area manager, Nick O'Key, presents a certificate to Gabriel Blackburn, of Millom School. Photo: Chris Warner

 Millom School students take part in a drill exercise. Photo: Chris Warner
Millom School students take part in a drill exercise. Photo: Chris Warner
Young Millom firefighters honoured at passing out day
TEENAGERS have graduated from a young firefighters programme with a passing out parade in Millom.

Kian Woodburn presenting his cheque to Aimee Robinson and staff at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital

Kian Woodburn who collected toys to deliver 101 Christmas presents to patients on Ward 84 of the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital

Kian Woodburn with his mum Gemma Woodburn

 Kian Woodburn presenting his cheque to Aimee Robinson and staff at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
Kian Woodburn presenting his cheque to Aimee Robinson and staff at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
Young Barrow fundraising champ up for Christmas Star award
A YOUNG fundraising champion from Barrow - inspired by his friend who is fighting cancer - is up for the Christmas Star award.

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REVEALED: Winner of our £100 cash prize giveaway
THE winner of day 10 of our two-week festive bonanza prize giveaway has been picked.

The Millom School girls who picked for Cumbria against Northumberland SUBMITTED

The Millom School players picked for Cumbria ahead of their match against Northumberland at Value of Lune SUBMITTED

 The Millom School girls who picked for Cumbria against Northumberland SUBMITTED
The Millom School girls who picked for Cumbria against Northumberland SUBMITTED
Millom girls show RU skills for Cumbria
GIRLS rugby union is booming in Millom thanks to a link-up between club, school and governing body.

FORWARD POWER Andrew Dawson believes each of Barrow Raiders' props brings something different to the team PASCAL RODRIGUEZ

 FORWARD POWER Andrew Dawson believes each of Barrow Raiders' props brings something different to the team PASCAL RODRIGUEZ
FORWARD POWER Andrew Dawson believes each of Barrow Raiders' props brings something different to the team PASCAL RODRIGUEZ
Dawson: Barrow Raiders' pack power a big plus
ANDREW Dawson believes the variety in the Barrow Raiders front row will stand them in good stead as they aim to clinch one of the promotion places in Kingstone Press League One next year.

Aimee Robinson, front, with her mum Joanne, sister Tilly and dad Paul

Aimee and Tilly Robinson supporting team Aimee's Army at the Coniston to Barrow finishing line

Aimee Robinson with her close friends Abbie Gelling, Paris Kendall, Sophie Miles and Amy Darby

Aimee Robinson recently had her bedroom refurbished thanks to Make A Wish Foundation

Jessica Grisedale gets a big hug from her friend Aimee Robinson after having her hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust

Heath's, sponsor of Christmas Star 2016

 Aimee Robinson, front, with her mum Joanne, sister Tilly and dad Paul
Aimee Robinson, front, with her mum Joanne, sister Tilly and dad Paul
Barrow super sisters nominated to be Christmas Stars
TWO super sisters will be separated this Christmas as the elder sibling will be bravely fighting cancer in hospital more than 100 miles away from home in Barrow.

BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star

Rowan Peri with his sister Casey Peri

Rowan Peri (left) with his nephew Kaydan Raine

Rowan Peri (centre) with (l-r) his nephew Kaydan Raine, sister Natasha McKeever, mum Angela Falle and sister Casey Peri

 BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star
BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star
Barrow "little fighter" nominated to be Christmas Star
A REMARKABLE "little fighter" who battled against the odds to survive has been nominated to be a Christmas Star.

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Campaigners call for bridge across the bay to protect estuary from pylons
PLANS to protect Cumbria from towering pylons have taken an unexpected turn as two major development ideas come together.

A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06

The army wanted to take the manager of Ulverston Hartley's brewery BY ROY CHATFIELD tribunal-dec-06

Mine owner Myles Kennedy of Stone Cross sat on the Ulverston tribunal seeking more men for the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06

 A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06
A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06
Tribunal decides which South Cumbrians go to war
BY the end of 1916 everyone knew that that war was not going to end soon and that the odds of surviving the conflict in uniform were not that great.
LETTER: Trial highlights the need to withhold identities of both parties in sex offence cases
In June 2016 the Evening Mail reported that a Millom man had been charged with historical child sex offences.

Members of Millom Bike Group and Furness British Motorcycle Club handing over their charity donations.

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Bruce Evans, Great North Air Ambulance Service; Jonathan King, Millom Parents and Carers Disability; Motorcyclist Les Trotter; and Dave Foreman from Furness British Motorcycle Club.

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 Members of Millom Bike Group and Furness British Motorcycle Club handing over their charity donations. CHRIS WARNER
Members of Millom Bike Group and Furness British Motorcycle Club handing over their charity donations. CHRIS WARNER
Fundraising efforts are sky high for Millom Bike Group
A GROUP that has been working hard all year to raise funds for major charities proudly handed over thousands of pounds at the weekend.

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Andrew Baxter

An inquest into Andrew Baxter's death took place at Barrow Town Hall on November 30. HARRY ATKINSON

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Andrew Baxter SUBMITTED
Barrow fiancée left shocked and heartbroken by partner's sudden death
A HEARTBROKEN fianceé from Barrow is still in shock after her partner of seven years died from a methadone overdose just two days after proposing to her.

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 of Millom teen who died at Kendal Calling says drug booths will save lives
THE mother of a teenager who died after taking a rogue ecstasy pill at a popular music festival is supporting an initiative that will see drugs testing booths introduced to nightclubs.

JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.

ON THE RUN Holker’s Chris Wraighte attacks down the left CHRIS WEST.

AT FULL STRETCH Holker’s Phil Coombe makes a timely intervention CHRIS WEST

PICK THAT OUT Barrow Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to open the scoring CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Manager Brian Dawson. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. hits the bar 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Before the start of the match, the teams held a minutes silence for the Brazilian footballers air disaster. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

 JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.
JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.
Holker Old Boys land Cup semi-final place with thrilling victory
HOLKER Old Boys took on high-flying Whitchurch Alport in the quarter-finals of the North West Counties Reusch First Division Cup at Rakesmoor Lane - and it is the home side who progressed after an excellent 3-2 win.

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.

Ray Cole

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

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 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.

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Bryan Adams

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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.

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Ed Byrne

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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.