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

A-LEVELS: Georgia Shippen (ABC) & Hoi Wing Lee (A*AB) from Barrow Sixth Form College with their results

A-LEVELS: Niall Cameron (AAA) who is off to Leeds for accounting and Olivia Bradley (BBC) who is doing a higher apprenticeship at BAE from Barrow Sixth Form College

 A-LEVELS: Katie Moncrief (ABC) and Ella Bickerstaff (BCD) from Barrow Sixth Form College
A-LEVELS: Katie Moncrief (ABC) and Ella Bickerstaff (BCD) from Barrow Sixth Form College
Students across Furness, South Lakes and Millom collect their A-Level results today
TODAY the nervous wait is over for students collecting their A-Level results as national figures show the proportion of exams awarded an A grade rose for the first time in six years.

Bid to retain staff: Jerry Graham Chief Constable of Cumbria Constabulary

Mike McKenzie

 Bid to retain staff: Jerry Graham Chief Constable of Cumbria Constabulary Mike McKenzie
Bid to retain staff: Jerry Graham Chief Constable of Cumbria Constabulary Mike McKenzie
18 police stations have closed in Cumbria since 2011
BUDGET cuts have led to the closure of 18 police stations or bases in Cumbria since 2011.

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College; Ella Bickerstaff from Dalton and best pal Katie Moncrief from Askam are happy enough with the results. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

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

Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College, Hoi Wing Lee (left) and Georgia Shippen are happy with their results. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Amelia McPhillip, Millom School, A-Levels results day Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Matthew Griffin, 18, from Millom School at A-Level results day 2017.

Sulgana Sinha, 18, and Brandon Wilson, 17, UVHS students who received their A-level results today. J Rees.

Alex Bloom, 18, a student at UVHS. After getting four As, he will be heading off to UCL to train as a doctor. J Rees

Josie Gudgeon, of UVHS, will be attending Huddersfield University in the autumn after passing her A-level exams. She will be studying Costume with Textiles. J Rees

 Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College; Ella Bickerstaff from Dalton and best pal Katie Moncrief from Askam are happy enough with the results. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Results day at Barrow Sixth Form College; Ella Bickerstaff from Dalton and best pal Katie Moncrief from Askam are happy enough with the results. Thursday August 17th 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Encouragement and Ed Sheeran got students through A-Level revision in Barrow, Ulverston and Millom
THE music of Ed Sheeran and encouragement from parents and teachers were among the things that got Barrow, Ulverston and Millom A-Level students through their exams. Here's what they had to say.

Jamie's joy: Jamie Pattinson scored for Millom as they made it four wins out of four in the West Lancs second division CHRIS WEST

At the double: Askam’s Jordan Rayner netted twice in their 4-1 win at Hawcoat CHRIS WEST

 Jamie's joy: Jamie Pattinson scored for Millom as they made it four wins out of four in the West Lancs second division CHRIS WEST
Jamie's joy: Jamie Pattinson scored for Millom as they made it four wins out of four in the West Lancs second division CHRIS WEST
Waters' double helps magic Millom make it four from four against Walney Island
MILLOM made it four wins out of four in the West Lancs League Division Two with a 3-1 win over Walney Island.

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Kathryn Phillips, David McGlaughlan, Amelia McPhillip, Matthew Griffin, Lauran Horsfield, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

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

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Lauran Horsfield, Matthew Griffin Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

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

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

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Lauran Horsfield, Matthew Griffin Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

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

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: Clare Steel,4 A's and a B Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R)Josh Williams, Sam Huddleston and Lewis Bawan, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Lauran Horsfield, Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Matthew Griffin Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (L-r) Stephanie Sleigh and Savannah Betteridge, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Kathryn Phillips, David McGlaughlan, Amelia McPhillip, Matthew Griffin, Lauran Horsfield, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
MILLOM SCHOOL A LEVEL RESULTS 2017 Millom school A – level results 2017 Pictured: (l-R) Kathryn Phillips, David McGlaughlan, Amelia McPhillip, Matthew Griffin, Lauran Horsfield, Millom school, Millom Thursday 17th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Celebrations in store as Millom students collect their A Level results
IT was a morning of shock, relief and celebration for students at Millom School as they were handed their eagerly awaited A Level results.

Skye Mitchell

 Skye Mitchell
Skye Mitchell
Tributes to Skye Mitchell as A-level results announced
Heartfelt tributes have been paid to a late Millom teenager who would have received her A-level results today.

The wait is over: Millom School pupils Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Lauran Horsfield and Matthew Griffin LEANNE BOLGER

 The wait is over: Millom School pupils Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Lauran Horsfield and Matthew Griffin LEANNE BOLGER
The wait is over: Millom School pupils Amelia McPhillip, David McGlaughlan, Lauran Horsfield and Matthew Griffin LEANNE BOLGER
Millom School A-Level results 2017 - full list
Millom School A-Level results: L Bawden PrDes, GS, M, P; S Betteridge Pt, E Lit, M; J Boocock A, G, PrDes(AS); E Dobson BTEC (Spor); M Griffin E Lit, GS, MS, P; S Huddleston C, PrDes, GS, G, M; S Leece B, C, GS, G; R McCartney PrDes, M, MS, P; D McGlaughlan ICT, MS; A McPhillips E Lit, MS, Ps; C Metcalfe BTEC (Spor), PrDes(AS); S Mitchell E Lit, GS, G, MS; A Nanson BTEC (Spor); K Phillips B, C, GS, G, M; M Roskell MS; I Shaw-Cross Ps, Pt(AS); S Sleigh PrDes, G, ICT(AS); C Steele C, GS, G, M, MS; E Tindall A, Pt; K Turner E Lit, GS, MS, Ps; B Tyson MS; J Williams PrDes, G; S Wills A.

The Warriors: Lining up at the Wigan Warriors training camp at Millom Recreation Centre LEANNE BOLGER

Twins Ruben and Braith Lupton at the Wigan Warriors training camp at Millom Recreation Centre LEANNE BOLGER

Girl power: Imogen Jackson and Evangeline Towers LEANNE BOLGER

Determination: Hansen Crellin LEANNE BOLGER

Ready for action: Millom junior players Jack Procter,13 Dylan Sweeney and Dearan Crawford LEANNE BOLGER

Run for it: Hayden Shadforth LEANNE BOLGER

Make the pass: Millom Under-14s player Jack Procter LEANNE BOLGER

Good technique: Millom under-14s player Dylan Sweeney LEANNE BOLGER

Smiles better: Imogen Jackson enjoying the Wigan Warriors training camp LEANNE BOLGER

Learning skills: Hansen Crellin LEANNE BOLGER

Primed for action: Imogen Jackson

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Off-load: Dylan Sweeney at the Wigan Warriors training camp at Millom Recreation Centre LEANNE BOLGER

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Maroon magic: Imogen Jackson and Evangeline Towers LEANNE BOLGER

 The Warriors: Lining up at the Wigan Warriors training camp at Millom Recreation Centre LEANNE BOLGER
The Warriors: Lining up at the Wigan Warriors training camp at Millom Recreation Centre LEANNE BOLGER
Young Millom RL kids learn vital skills from Wigan Warriors coaches
SUPER League giants Wigan Warriors provided an action-packed day for young RL players at Millom Recreation Centre.

Doubling up: Adam Nicholson score two tries for Walney Central against Dalton CHRIS WEST

 Doubling up: Adam Nicholson score two tries for Walney Central against Dalton CHRIS WEST
Doubling up: Adam Nicholson score two tries for Walney Central against Dalton CHRIS WEST
CJS Knock Out Cup holders Askam eye another final place
ASKAM are aiming for a return to the CJS Knock Out Cup final when they face Walney Central in the last four tonight.

Possession: Greengate Street, Barrow, where Ian Anthony Wharton was found in possession of two knives

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 Possession: Greengate Street, Barrow, where Ian Anthony Wharton was found in possession of two knives LEANNE BOLGER
Possession: Greengate Street, Barrow, where Ian Anthony Wharton was found in possession of two knives LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow labourer convicted for knife offences
A BARROW labourer caught carrying two three-inch knives is due to be sentenced at crown court.

Recognition: Ann Mills, project manager of Barrow Foodbank with Mike Atkinson, who volunteers in Ulverston, the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman, Jean Liney who volunteers in Millom and Joan Cockin who volunteers in Barrow

Great service: Ann Mills, project manager of Barrow Foodbank, with Mike Atkinson, who volunteers in Ulverston, the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman, Jean Liney who volunteers in Millom and Joan Cockin who volunteers in Barrow

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

Queens award for voluntary services presented to Barrow Foodbank on August 15

Queens Award for voluntary services presented to Barrow Foodbank on August 15

Mike Atkinson and Ann Mills with their award

Ann Mills, Project Manager Barrow Foodbank with Mike Atkinson, who volunteers in Ulverston, Jean Liney who volunteers in Millom and Joan Cockin who volunteers in Barrow with the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman

 Recognition: Ann Mills, project manager of Barrow Foodbank with Mike Atkinson, who volunteers in Ulverston, the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman, Jean Liney who volunteers in Millom and Joan Cockin who volunteers in Barrow
Recognition: Ann Mills, project manager of Barrow Foodbank with Mike Atkinson, who volunteers in Ulverston, the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman, Jean Liney who volunteers in Millom and Joan Cockin who volunteers in Barrow
"Exceptional" Barrow Foodbank wins Queen's Award for its outstanding contribution
A "REMARKABLE" charity which dedicates itself to helping people who live in food poverty has been given a royal award to recognise the exceptional work it completes.

Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER

Ace: Keen table tennis player Ben O'Flynn has represented his county

 Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER
Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER
Wait almost over for A-Level students across south Cumbria and Millom
ON Thursday students from across south Cumbria and the Millom area will be discovering how they did in their A-Levels.

Heavy going: A track-laying gang on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway during the First World War SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

The steam locomotive Synolda in the new-look museum of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway BILL MYERS ratty-aug-15

New look: The restored Katie in the museum at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway BILL MYERS ratty-aug-15

Ratty loco: The name plate on the restored Katie in the museum at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway BILL MYERS ratty-aug-15

Looking back: New look: The locomotive Ella worked at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

Day out: Dalton scouts riding on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway around 1920 SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

Steaming up: The locomotive Colossus seen on a miniature railway at Staughton Manor SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

Open air: Passengers at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway being taken by the steam locomotive Sans Pareil SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

All aboard: An early Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway locomotive approaching Dalegarth SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15

 Heavy going: A track-laying gang on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway during the First World War SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15
Heavy going: A track-laying gang on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway during the First World War SUBMITTED ratty-aug-15
Wartime crowds ride the extended Ravenglass rail route in 1917
A CENTURY ago the tracks of the Ravenglass and Eskdale railway were being extended towards Boot village - to bring pleasure to the travelling public and to help the war effort as new supplies of iron ore were sought in inaccessible places.

Open plan: Stuart Hartley in the main lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS

Detached: 21 Estuary Close, Millom, is on the market for £245,000 through Home and Finance Estate Agents LINDSEY DICKINGS

Attractive: The sun room: LINDSEY DICKINGS

Spacious: The kitchen LINDSEY DICKINGS

Flexible: The second reception room has a connecting shower room and is used as another lounge, but it would make an ideal guest bedroom/games room or self contained living space LINDSEY DICKINGS

Well appointed: The master bedroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Fully tiled: The family bathroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Low maintenance: The garden LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Open plan: Stuart Hartley in the main lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS
Open plan: Stuart Hartley in the main lounge LINDSEY DICKINGS
Family home is in immaculate condition
A NEW build in a quiet cul-de-sac was the perfect solution for a family needing a change.

Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates

CHRIS WEST

Death rattle: Ulverston's Gareth Yates is bowled by one that nips back from Thomas Hawdon CHRIS WEST

Pace attack: Haverigg's Joe Lovell bowling against Ulverston CHRIS WEST

Cut above: Ulverston's Ben Dryden on his way to a top score 45 CHRIS WEST

Delivery stride: Haverigg's Robbie Evans

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On the spot: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon

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Hitting out: Ulverston's Paul Storey CHRIS WEST

Off his pads: Ulverston's Ben Dryden CHRIS WEST

Straight drive: Ulverston's Shane Lewis

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Taking aim: Haverigg's Robbie Evans

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 Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates CHRIS WEST
Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates CHRIS WEST
Postlethwaite brothers star as Haverigg see off Ulverston
HAVERIGG kept up the pressure at the top of the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One with a six-wicket win over Ulverston.

Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller

Champagne Charlie: Barrow Celtic players congratulate goal scorer Charlie Buntin Steve Miller

On the ball: Charlie Buntin takes it past Rob Wall Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller

Calm down: Referee Colin Atkinson tries to calm things down after a flashpoint in the Barrow Celtic versus Croftlands match Steve Miller

Looking for support: Croftlands Park's Chris Malone moves into space Steve Miller

Croflands Park keeper Will Walker Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201 Joe Murphy

Croftlands Park defence manage to clear the ball Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Croftlands bosses Shaun Dixon and Matt Dean watch from the sideline

Barrow Celtic manage to get the ball to safety Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 2017 Joe Murphy

 Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller
Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller
Barrow Celtic get Buntin out to celebrate win over Croftlands
BARROW Celtic maintained their unbeaten start to the Furness Premier League season with a 1-0 victory over reigning champions Croftlands Park at Newby Terrace.

Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY

The burning tractor ROGER EXLEY

The remains of the tractor ROGER EXLEY

The remains of the tractor ROGER EXLEY

 Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY
Firefighters putting out the fire ROGER EXLEY
Firefighters tackle dramatic tractor fire at farm near Millom
PART-TIME firefighters from Millom and Broughton were called to tackle a blaze after a tractor set on fire at a farm.

Band of brothers: Brothers John Stephens (back), Fred Stephens (front left) and Charles Stephens (front right) pictured in the back yard of their home in Devonshire Road in Millom

Bloodbath: Australian Lewis gunners occupying the front line on Brookseinde Bridge at Passchendaele

Lucky: John Stephens (standing) and his brother Fred Stephens pictured in 1915

Passchendaele

Passchendaele

 Band of brothers: Brothers John Stephens (back), Fred Stephens (front left) and Charles Stephens (front right) pictured in the back yard of their home in Devonshire Road in Millom
Band of brothers: Brothers John Stephens (back), Fred Stephens (front left) and Charles Stephens (front right) pictured in the back yard of their home in Devonshire Road in Millom
Barrow and Millom soldier's diary entry published - 100 years to the day since bloody First World War battle
EXACTLY 100 years to the day since he put pen to paper, a First World War hero's diary entry describing the Battle of Passchendaele on August 14, 1917, has been published.

Qualified: The first woman air gunner of the Second World War was trained at RAF Walney and would be entitled to wear a badge like this on her uniform SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

Spice box: A Mauchline ware box with a picture of the ferry at Bowness SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

Country scene: An early 19th century Rockingham plate with a view of Windermere SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

Keeping time: A clock made by William Shephard of Millom sold at auction for £600 SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

Top score: A 1950s Workington Reds supporters club badge sold on Ebay for £274 SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

Winning try: A Workington Town Rugby League Club supporters club badge of the 1950s sold in an Ebay auction for £142 SUBMITTED auction-aug-12

 Qualified: The first woman air gunner of the Second World War was trained at RAF Walney and would be entitled to wear a badge like this on her uniform SUBMITTED auction-aug-12
Qualified: The first woman air gunner of the Second World War was trained at RAF Walney and would be entitled to wear a badge like this on her uniform SUBMITTED auction-aug-12
Walney trains first woman air gunner of the Second World War
THE auction on August 16 by Richard Winterton at Lichfield, Staffordshire, expects £150 to £250 for a unique piece of military history linked to Walney airfield.

At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0

King Carl: Carl Waters netted for Millom in their 3-0 win at Furness Rovers

 At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0
At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0
Dean at the double as GSK Ulverston Rangers sink Hawcoat Park
MIDWEEK action in the West Lancashire League saw four derbies take place, and three of them proved to be clear-cut.

In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted

 In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted
In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted
Askam think pink in their bid for National Conference promotion
SPORTING a special pink kit in the name of charity, Askam have a chance to push their bid for promotion from National Conference Division Two when they entertain fellow challengers Bradford Dudley Hill at Fallowfield Park.

Opportunity: People are invited to comment on the council's restrictions on public alcohol consumption

Views: People are invited to comment on the council's policies on dog control

 Opportunity: People are invited to comment on the council's restrictions on public alcohol consumption
Opportunity: People are invited to comment on the council's restrictions on public alcohol consumption
Dog and anti-social behaviour debate in Copeland
A CONSULTATION has been launched in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Scene: Furness General Hospital

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 Scene: Furness General Hospital LINDSEY DICKINGS
Scene: Furness General Hospital LINDSEY DICKINGS
Millom woman accused of string of violence and disorder offences
A NEW date has been set for the case of a woman accused of a string of violence and disorder offences.

PICTURE POSED BY MODEL

File photo dated 09/03/15 of a shadow of a man with a clenched fist as a woman cowers in the corner: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire P54463.jpg

 PICTURE POSED BY MODEL File photo dated 09/03/15 of a shadow of a man with a clenched fist as a woman cowers in the corner: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire P54463.jpg
PICTURE POSED BY MODEL File photo dated 09/03/15 of a shadow of a man with a clenched fist as a woman cowers in the corner: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire P54463.jpg
Millom thug assaulted ex-partner in front of six-year-old son
A MILLOM thug who punched his ex-partner in the face as their six-year-old son looked on has narrowly avoided prison.

Police dealing with incident on railway tracks in Dalton.

Police dealing with incident on railway tracks in Dalton.

Police dealing with incident on railway tracks in Dalton.

Inquest: Barrow Town Hall. Tuesday 25th June 2013. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Police dealing with incident on railway tracks in Dalton.
Police dealing with incident on railway tracks in Dalton.
Dalton man succumbed to 30 year battle with mental illness after domestic assault
A "BUBBLY and loving" Dalton man lay down in front of a train after assaulting his girlfriend two days earlier.

Savings: Millom households can save on their energy bills with The Big Switch scheme

Yui Mok/PA Wire

Sign up: Councillor David Moore

 Savings: Millom households can save on their energy bills with The Big Switch scheme Yui Mok/PA Wire
Savings: Millom households can save on their energy bills with The Big Switch scheme Yui Mok/PA Wire
Millom households can make big savings with Big Switch
A SCHEME to help Millom households save on their energy bills has been relaunched for a third time this year.

Vision: An artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like

Views: Trudy Harrison

 Vision: An artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Vision: An artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like
OPINION: Securing Moorside on everyone's mind
WITH just less than a month until parliament resumes, I am continuing constituency meetings with nuclear businesses - I am very impressed by the skills this area boasts and the diversity of our workforce.

Experience: Jack Todd, of Millom

 Experience: Jack Todd, of Millom
Experience: Jack Todd, of Millom
Top class results for inspiring Cumbria students
TWENTY-THREE students from across Cumbria are celebrating graduating after combining work with study and overcoming other personal challenges.

Barrow railway station

 Barrow railway station
Barrow railway station
More train delay woes for commuters in Cumbria
A NUMBER of cancellations and reduced services are causing delays for train passengers in Cumbria today.

On the market: 98 Lowther Road, Millom

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Outdoor space: The patio at 98 Lowther Road

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Neutral colours: One of the bathrooms

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Comfort: One of the bedrooms at 98 Lowther Road, Millom

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Space: The kitchen’s fitted appliances are included in the sale

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Dining space: The lounge-diner

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Living room: Shelley Smith relaxes at her Millom home

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Cosy: The living room at 98 Lowther Road

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 On the market: 98 Lowther Road, Millom LEANNE BOLGER
On the market: 98 Lowther Road, Millom LEANNE BOLGER
Couple retired to 'perfect' home with plenty of living space
HAVING visited friends in The North, David and Shelley Smith could not resist its attraction and the beauty of the countryside.