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Pledge: Mike Starkie

 Pledge: Mike Starkie
Pledge: Mike Starkie
Borough's mayor to meet public
A BOROUGH'S mayor is to tour the area to meet local residents.

Jacob McSweeney at Barrow Sixth Form College.

College life: Jacob McSweeney, back centre, at Barrow Sixth Form College

Broadcaster: Jacob McSweeney, left, with Micky Sutter, a fellow CandoFM presenter

 Jacob McSweeney at Barrow Sixth Form College.
Jacob McSweeney at Barrow Sixth Form College.
Barrow student has his sights on a medical career one year on from GCSE results
NERVOUS students from across Furness, Millom and the South Lakes will finally receive their GCSE results tomorrow.

Green is keen: Chris Green, of Ambleside AC, comes home in 25th place in the senior fell race at the Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS

Grappling fans: Ted Hodgson (back) and Matt Hodgson contest the Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling at Torver LINDSEY DICKINGS

Get a grip: Ted Hodgson (left) and Matt Hodgson engage in Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tough stuff: Ted Hodgson (left) and Matt Hodgson engage in Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling LINDSEY DICKINGS

Taking hold: Ted Hodgson (left) and Matt Hodgson engage in Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Green is keen: Chris Green, of Ambleside AC, comes home in 25th place in the senior fell race at the Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS
Green is keen: Chris Green, of Ambleside AC, comes home in 25th place in the senior fell race at the Lakeland Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS
Jebb sets the pace up Coniston Old Man to claim Lakeland Country Fair fell race win
ROB Jebb produced a fell-running masterclass to claim victory in the senior fell race at the Lakeland Country fair in Torver.

House call: Members of the Norman Nicholson Society (from right) Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and Poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson LEANNE BOLGER

Heritage: The former home of a legendary Cumbrian poet. Norman Nicholson, at 14 St George’s Terrace, Millom LEANNE BOLGER

Gifted: Norman Nicholson also wrote novels, plays, essays, topography and criticism

 House call: Members of the Norman Nicholson Society (from right) Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and Poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson LEANNE BOLGER
House call: Members of the Norman Nicholson Society (from right) Janice Brockbank, Charlie Lambert (chairman) and Poet Phil Houghton outside the former home of Norman Nicholson LEANNE BOLGER
Path paved for six-figure historical Millom restoration
A GROUP'S dream of restoring the home of a beloved poet is one step closer to realisation thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant.

Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon LINDSEY DICKINGS
Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon LINDSEY DICKINGS
Millom mayor speaks out about by-election controversy
DISGRUNTLED residents have accused their town council of interfering with democracy by trying to prevent an election.

Grade expectations: GCSE results

Advice: Andrew Wren, principal and chief executive of Furness College

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Study: Andrew Wren, Furness College principal and chief executive, pictured with students at the Rating Lane campus

 Grade expectations: GCSE results
Grade expectations: GCSE results
Whatever GCSE results you receive 'don't panic' - advice from south Cumbria college principal
WHATEVER GCSE results students receive this Thursday, 'don't panic' is the advice being given by a south Cumbria college principal.

Tour: Pupils from Millom School are shown the site of the proposed Moorside power plant

 Tour: Pupils from Millom School are shown the site of the proposed Moorside power plant
Tour: Pupils from Millom School are shown the site of the proposed Moorside power plant
Pupils get a look at future Moorside site
THE company behind Cumbria's planned nuclear new build has used its education programme to let children see the proposed development site.

Stalking Elk: Matthew Elkington (far left) leads the field on his way to winning the senior fell race at Rusland Sports LINDSEY DICKINGS

Gotta have Fayth: Fayth Bowness heads for victory in the girls under-13s fell race at Rusland LINDSEY DICKINGS

Setting off: Ambleside's Daniel Sanderson and James Thornley among the front-runners in the under-15s fell race at Rusland Sports. Millom's Emily Swarbrick is just behind LINDSEY DICKINGS

Through the fields: Runners on their way in the under-13s fell race at Rusland LINDSEY DICKINGS

Ploughing on: Anya Clough, from Marton, in the under-15s fell race LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Stalking Elk: Matthew Elkington (far left) leads the field on his way to winning the senior fell race at Rusland Sports LINDSEY DICKINGS
Stalking Elk: Matthew Elkington (far left) leads the field on his way to winning the senior fell race at Rusland Sports LINDSEY DICKINGS
Elkington sets new record on way to Rusland Sports Fell Race triumph
RECORDS are there to be broken, and fell runner Matthew Elkington did just that at the Rusland Show.

German tour: UVHS Wind Band on Tour in the Rhine Valley

Musical youth: UVHS headboy Jacob Egglestone

Great distraction: UVHS Wind Band on Tour in the Rhine Valley, Germany. Jacob Egglestone is pictured centre row nearest the camera

 German tour: UVHS Wind Band on Tour in the Rhine Valley
German tour: UVHS Wind Band on Tour in the Rhine Valley
Summer music tour was a great distraction from waiting for GCSE results for Ulverston's Jacob
AFTER a long summer students will finally receive their GCSE results this Thursday.

Moving out: In 2007, members of the Furness Model Railway Club had to move out of premises at the Cemetery Lodge in Barrow and were seeking a new base

 Moving out: In 2007, members of the Furness Model Railway Club had to move out of premises at the Cemetery Lodge in Barrow and were seeking a new base
Moving out: In 2007, members of the Furness Model Railway Club had to move out of premises at the Cemetery Lodge in Barrow and were seeking a new base
10 YEARS AGO
Ambitious plans to develop Barrow's docklands included 1,500 jobs, 925 new homes and a yacht marina with 400 berths. Much of Cavendish Dock would become a water conservation park for wildlife.

Nabbed: A police patrol at Millom allotments caught a pair of carrot thieves SUBMITTED carrot-aug-22

How it was: The Millom allotments are shown on the left side of Devonshire Road SUBMITTED carrot-aug-22

On patrol: How a Millom policeman would have looked in 1917. This officer was seen at the Lytham Forties Weekend BILL MYERS carrot-aug-22

 Nabbed: A police patrol at Millom allotments caught a pair of carrot thieves SUBMITTED carrot-aug-22
Nabbed: A police patrol at Millom allotments caught a pair of carrot thieves SUBMITTED carrot-aug-22
Caught orange handed - police patrol nabs pair of junior Millom carrot thieves
TWO lads found themselves before the magistrates a century ago for stealing a pair of carrots worth two pennies - which had been under a police guard.
Seven drink and drug-driving suspects due to appear in Barrow court
MAGISTRATES in Barrow are due to hear a total of seven cases relating to motorists accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs during one court session.

Not out: The umpire is unmoved after a big shout from Sameera Sadamal and Daniel Fallows in the Millom versus Haverigg Sowerby Cup final at Furness CC Milton Haworth

Big hit: Jordan Postlethwaite hits out during his useful knock of 23 Milton Haworth

Oh brother! Jack Thompson celebrates with his brother Billy after catching Jordan Postlethwaite Milton Haworth

In the runs: Simon Bickerstaffe hits out for Haverigg Milton Haworth

Seam attack: Robbie Wilson bowls for Millom Milton Haworth

Safe hands: Jack Thompson takes a catch near the boundary to dismiss Jordan Postlethwaite Milton Haworth

In a spin: Millom pro Sameera Sadamal in action Milton Haworth

Simon says: Simon Bickerstaffe sees the funny side during his innings of 26 Milton Haworth

Swing and a miss: Simon Bickerstaffe Milton Haworth

Close watch: Jordan Postlethwaite Milton Haworth

Safely home: Simon Bickerstaffe is in as Billy Thompson takes the ball Simon says: Simon Bickerstaffe sees the funny side during his innings of 26 Milton Haworth

Eye on the ball: Simon Bickerstaffe Milton Haworth

Through the covers: Simon Bickerstaffe Milton Haworth

Head down: Simon Bickerstaffe Milton Haworth

Having a go: Jordan Postlethwaite Milton Haworth

Nice shot: Haverigg's Simon Bickerstaffe Milton Haworth

Collision: Millom pro Sameera Sadamaland a Haverigg batsman crash to the ground Milton Haworth

 Not out: The umpire is unmoved after a big shout from Sameera Sadamal and Daniel Fallows in the Millom versus Haverigg Sowerby Cup final at Furness CC Milton Haworth
Not out: The umpire is unmoved after a big shout from Sameera Sadamal and Daniel Fallows in the Millom versus Haverigg Sowerby Cup final at Furness CC Milton Haworth
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dan the man as Millom claim Sowerby Cup glory against Haverigg
DANNY Fallows was the Millom hero as they beat neighbours Haverigg to lift the Sowerby Cup.

Great start: Lewis Woodend gets the first wicket dismissing Andrew Bryson with the second ball of the game MILTON HAWORTH

Appeal: An almighty shout from Dan Sharpe and Jack Singleton as they claim LBW against Steve Moss MILTON HAWORTH

So close: Almost caught and bowled as Liam Curwen fails to grasp this shot from Aaron Davies as Jack Singleton looks on MILTON HAWORTH

Jumping for joy: Success for Dalton as Keswick's Andy Clark is out MILTON HAWORTH

Straight bat: Steve Moss keeps a close watch on this ball from Liam Curwen watched by Dalton's Dan Sharpe and Jack Singleton MILTON HAWORTH

Great stop: Dan Sharpe stops a certain four as Dalton wicket-keeper Jack Singleton is at full stretch MILTON HAWORTH

Gone!: Mark Gibson gets the wicket of Dan Craghill MILTON HAWORTH

At full stretch: Maximum effort from Rob Jones as he tries to catch this shot from Aaron Davies MILTON HAWORTH

Line and length: Dalton's Lewis Woodend bowls to Keswick's Andy Clark MILTON HAWORTH

Big shout: Lewis Woodend claims a run out MILTON HAWORTH.

Full steam ahead: Lewis Woodend in action against Keswick MILTON HAWORTH

Safe hands: Dalton Pro Madana Warnapura MILTON HAWORTH

early breakthrough: Lewis Woodend gets the first wicket with the second ball of the game MILTON HAWORTH

 Great start: Lewis Woodend gets the first wicket dismissing Andrew Bryson with the second ball of the game MILTON HAWORTH
Great start: Lewis Woodend gets the first wicket dismissing Andrew Bryson with the second ball of the game MILTON HAWORTH
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dalton earn vital win against Keswick in battle for Premier Division survival
DALTON earned an important 10 points in their battle for survival in the North Lancs League Premier Division.

Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

Jonathon Patton (photo by Milton Haworth)

 Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Cora May Brennan (photo by Lindsey Dickings)
Furness pub's new music programme
A NEW landlord is in place at the Black Cock Inn, in Broughton, with a packed programme of live music announced for the remainder of the year.

On hand: A child inspects a slug

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 On hand: A child inspects a slug
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On hand: A child inspects a slug
Wild adventures in Millom this bank holiday
A WILDLIFE wonderland will welcome families this bank holiday.

Incident: Furness General Hospital

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 Incident: Furness General Hospital
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Incident: Furness General Hospital
Offender awaits sentence for string of Barrow hospital assaults
POLICE and hospital staff were assaulted following a series of wine-fuelled altercations at Furness General Hospital.

Think big: A London, Midland and Scottish Railway poster of 1934 to promote the attractions of its stations in the Lake District BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Next Stop: A "totem" maroon enamel platform sign from Barrow on show at the West Cumberland Railway Museum in St Bees BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Next stop: A painted metal "bullseye" platform sign from Millom BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Well done: A regional prize for a Barrow track maintenance gang in 1953 BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Safety first: A block instrument which formed part of the signal box equipment found throughout Cumbria BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Take care: A Furness Railway safety warning sign BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Curator: Railway collector Peter Rooke took members of the Cumbria Industrial History Society around his museum in St Bees BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

Listen out: a vintage telephone from an Ulverston signal box BILL MYERS rail-aug-21

 Think big: A London, Midland and Scottish Railway poster of 1934 to promote the attractions of its stations in the Lake District BILL MYERS rail-aug-21
Think big: A London, Midland and Scottish Railway poster of 1934 to promote the attractions of its stations in the Lake District BILL MYERS rail-aug-21
Furness Railway relics in spotlight at Cumbrian museum
Members of the Cumbria Industrial History Society were given a guided tour of the West Cumberland Railway Museum in St Bees by curator Peter Rooke.

Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie. Thursday 9th July 2015. Picture courtesy of Copeland Borough Council

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 Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie. Thursday 9th July 2015. Picture courtesy of Copeland Borough Council
Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie. Thursday 9th July 2015. Picture courtesy of Copeland Borough Council
More than 100 Copeland businesses rush for regeneration
MORE than 100 businesses, including 31 in Millom, have put their names forward to take part in a £1 million clean-up scheme for towns in Copeland.

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 PA Wire
PA Wire
Online hate crime to be treated as seriously as offline say new guidelines
HATE crime carried out on social media must be taken as seriously as "offline" offences, new guidelines for prosecutors say.

Scramble: A melee in the Casuals goalmouth late on in the game

Contest: Martin Paterson and Louis Jones enjoyed a duel all afternoon

Contest: Martin Paterson and Louis Jones enjoyed a duel all afternoon

Determined: Above, Glynn Caine and Zach Walker battle it out

Battle: Glyn Caine comes off best after this tussle with Hawcoat’s Ryan Brown

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. The Hawcoat keeper Ben Sowerby is bundled off the ball during this scramble for the ball. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Dave Woodburn brings down Hawcoat's Jake Rees. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Dave Mansergh celebrates after his curling shot ends up in the net to equalise against Hawcoat Park. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Glynn Caine and Zach Walker battle it out. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Joy for Hawcoat Park after Ben Stoker put them in fron at Crookland Casuals. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Joy for Hawcoat Park, for Crooklands, not so much after Ben Stoker put them in fron at Crookland Casuals. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. A brilliant fingertip save from Casuals keeper Sowerby. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Dave Mansergh and Hawcoats Matthew Haythorn in action. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Hawcoats striker Ben Stoker battles with Ben Wheeler. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Martin Paterson and Louis Jones enjoyed a duel all afternoon.m Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Ryan Brown and Ben Wheeler in a titanic battle. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Ryan Brown and Ben Wheeler in a titanic battle. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

Crookland Casuals v Hawcoat Park. Ben Stoker stretches Ben Wheeler's shirt for him. Saturday Augsut 19th. 2017.

 Scramble: A melee in the Casuals goalmouth late on in the game
Scramble: A melee in the Casuals goalmouth late on in the game
PICTURE SPECIAL: Heywood the Crooklands Casuals hero against Hawcoat Park
TOM Heywood was the Crooklands Casuals hero as he struck late on to earn his side a dramatic 3-2 victory over Hawcoat Park.

Furness Magistrates Court

OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Furness Magistrates Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Furness Magistrates Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Barrow labourer jailed for harassment and theft
A LABOURER has been jailed after harassing a former partner and stealing prescription medication.

Probe: Police are investigating after tools were stolen from a van

 Probe: Police are investigating after tools were stolen from a van
Probe: Police are investigating after tools were stolen from a van
Tool thief broke into white van
A VEHICLE has been broken into overnight in Barrow and its contents stolen.

Wellington Street, Millom.

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 Wellington Street, Millom. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Wellington Street, Millom. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Millom burglary under investigation
A GAMES console has been stolen from a Millom home in a burglary.

Great support: Dawn Attwood (left) and Pam Kirkbride at Millom Ruby League Club

LEANNE BOLGER

Delighted: Dawn Attwood with the Bouquet of the Week

LEANNE BOLGER

 Great support: Dawn Attwood (left) and Pam Kirkbride at Millom Ruby League Club LEANNE BOLGER
Great support: Dawn Attwood (left) and Pam Kirkbride at Millom Ruby League Club LEANNE BOLGER
Dawn goes that bit further to help Millom slimmers achieve goals
DOING that little bit extra to ensure that people can achieve their goals prompted one woman to nominate her slimming consultant for the Mail's Bouquet of the Week. As SUSAN GOODSON writes, one special consultant even makes house calls to a member in her class

Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie

 Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie
Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie
Opinion: Dynamic council is working hard to benefit residents
I’D like to begin this column by paying tribute to Lena Hogg, my deputy mayor and leader of the Labour Group on Copeland Council, who has announced her decision to stand down.

Worth Keeping: A copy of The Tale of Pigling Bland signed by Beatrix Potter around 1918 and given as a present to Peggy in 1934 SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

Lakeland links: The cover of The Tailor of Gloucester by Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

Lighting up: A collection of vintage lamps including, far left, a spout lamp from the John Mills store in Millom SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

In uniform: A Royal Navy cap tally from the Barrow-built HMS Resource SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

At sea: A Royal Navy cap tally from the Barrow-built HMS Medway SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

Keeping time: A silver pocket watch by W. Hird, of Barrow, might sell for up to £80 SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

Destination needed: A box of railway wagon labels printed for Millom Hematite firm SUBMITTED auction-aug-18

 Worth Keeping: A copy of The Tale of Pigling Bland signed by Beatrix Potter around 1918 and given as a present to Peggy in 1934 SUBMITTED auction-aug-18
Worth Keeping: A copy of The Tale of Pigling Bland signed by Beatrix Potter around 1918 and given as a present to Peggy in 1934 SUBMITTED auction-aug-18
Signed Beatrix Potter book could make £800 at auction
A book with an inscription from the Lakeland author and illustrator Beatrix Potter could make up to £800 next week.

Big occasion: Haverigg skipper Drew Postlethwaite is looking forward to taking his team into battle against neighbours Millom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Not leaving Las Vegas: Millom captain Ian Swarbrick misses the final due to a holiday in Nevada

 Big occasion: Haverigg skipper Drew Postlethwaite is looking forward to taking his team into battle against neighbours Millom LINDSEY DICKINGS
Big occasion: Haverigg skipper Drew Postlethwaite is looking forward to taking his team into battle against neighbours Millom LINDSEY DICKINGS
Friends and rivals at Haverigg and Millom ready for Sowerby Cup showdown
DREW Postlethwaite will have to put friendships on hold as he goes in search of his first trophy as Haverigg skipper.

William Hird, who achieved three Bs in his A-Levels at Barrow Sixth Form College. NATALIE CHAPPLES

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College, Star Pupil Niall Cameron with his 3 A Stars. and other high achievers Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

A-LEVELS: Katie Moncreif (ABC) and Ella Bickerstaff (BCD) from Barrow Sixth Form College

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College, Star Pupils Niall Cameron with his 3 A Stars. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College Left to right Laura Street, 1A* plus 2As. Danielle Mitchell 2 A*s plus 1 A. Jessica Livesey 1 A* plus 2As. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College, Charlotte Bethell opens her envelope watched by Jared Gibbons. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Students arrive early for results day at Barrow Sixth Form College Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

 William Hird, who achieved three Bs in his A-Levels at Barrow Sixth Form College. NATALIE CHAPPLES
William Hird, who achieved three Bs in his A-Levels at Barrow Sixth Form College. NATALIE CHAPPLES
Is Clearing the system for you?
FOR anyone who didn't get the results you hoped for yesterday or did better than expected, clearing could be the answer to your prayers.

Skye Mitchell

CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell

CN Group dream placement winner Skye Mitchell pictured with Evening Mail editor James Higgins.

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: Book of condolance, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Skye Mitchell
Skye Mitchell
Emotional day for family of Skye Mitchell as they collect her A-Level results and say: "You did us all proud"
THE family of a beauty queen who was tragically killed in a car accident have spoken of their pride in receiving her A-Level results.