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Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST

Aftermath: Barrow Blitz 1941, Newland Street looking towards Hindpool Road Sent in by Cllr John Murphy

Damage: Barrow in the Blitz of the Second World War

Impact: The shipyard and Barrow Island was a key target for bombers in the Second World War. This picture shows Blitz damage in the Newland Street area in 1941

 Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST
Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST
Barrow to honour airmen who saved Britain
A TOWN will pay tribute to the heroes of a "forgotten" battle during a memorial parade and service.

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured:

Westmorland wrestling ,The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Alf - the lurcher at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Trophies - The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Cattle in the main show ring, Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Noah Mewcome,2, at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Horse ans carriage , at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: (l-R) Friends from Ulverston Lydia Myerscough, Jamie Philipson and Georgia Atkinson at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: A relaxing day for some - in the sheep pens at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Vintage tractors at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: James Markland of JB Welding from Millom with one of their signs at their trade stand, The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Alpaca supreme Champion at The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: HRH Prince Charles in sheep judging pens at the show, Kendal, Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Police presence at the show, Kendal, Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured:Sheep judging pens at the show, Kendal, Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Cattle on the way to show ring, Kendal, Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: HRH Prince Charles arrives at the sheep pens at the show, Kendal, Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Westmorland wrestling ,The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
WESTMORLAND SHOW 2017 The Westmorland County Show - one of Britain's oldest and Cumbria's largest livestock and agricultural show, Pictured: Westmorland wrestling ,The Westmorland County Show ,Thursday 14th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
In pictures: The Westmorland Show 2017
PRINCE Charles paid a royal visit to one of the most anticipated country shows in the Lake District.

New steps: Mr Monier Willams opens the new Aiglon shoe factory at Millom in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE aiglon-sep-14

Under construction: This new factory site at Mainsgate Road, Millom, was being considered as another shoe factory for Aiglon in 1948 but later became a base for stocking production MAIL ARCHIVE aiglon-sep-14

 New steps: Mr Monier Willams opens the new Aiglon shoe factory at Millom in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE aiglon-sep-14
New steps: Mr Monier Willams opens the new Aiglon shoe factory at Millom in 1948 MAIL ARCHIVE aiglon-sep-14
Making shoes on what became the Millom School site
SOME older readers will recall technical drawing lessons in what was called Millom School's Aiglon Building - but it started life as a factory.

The Fugitives

The Fugitives

 The Fugitives
The Fugitives
Acclaimed Canadian live band have two Cumbrian shows on UK tour
CANADIAN indie-folk band The Fugitives will play two concerts in Cumbria during their upcoming three-week UK tour.

Investigation: Officers would like to speak to this woman

 Investigation: Officers would like to speak to this woman
Investigation: Officers would like to speak to this woman
Police release CCTV image of woman sought following Barrow Marmaris takeaway assault
POLICE officers in Barrow are investigating an assault that occurred inside and outside the Marmaris takeaway in Duke Street.

Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007

 Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007
Taking aim: Twins Caitlin and Sian McMahon, of Barrow's Sacred Heart School, trying out their skills at LazerZone in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A detached house at Foxfield Road, Broughton, was offered for sale at £395,000. A newly-built terraced house at Chapelfield, North Scale, Walney, was £225,000.

New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness

 New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
New Look: Costa Coffee was the latest business to open in 2007 at the Royal Development in Bowness
10 YEARS AGO
St Mary’s Hospice at Ulverston received £502,000 from the Department of Health which would be used on improvements to palliative care at Ulverston and work on the Lesser King’s Hall in Barrow.

No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER

Four wickets: Lindal's Craig Crawford

 No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER
No play: Sunny skies at Rainey Park on Saturday, but the damage had been done with heavy overnight rain meaning Vickerstown's game against Millom was called off JON GRANGER
Millom CC crowned North Lancs Division One champions
MILLOM CC are celebrating a double success after clinching the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One crown.

Generic Police tape cordon crime incident Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 4th January 2017 50086670T000.JPG

 Generic Police tape cordon crime incident Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 4th January 2017 50086670T000.JPG
Generic Police tape cordon crime incident Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 4th January 2017 50086670T000.JPG
How likely are you to be affected by crime?
SEVEN out of 14 police forces across the country have been called "inadequate" for failing to record hundreds of thousands of crimes reported to them.

Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007

 Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
Blooming good: There were steel flower towers at the Town Hall and next to the Barrow Steelworks monument on the corner of Cavendish Street in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Some Cumbria County Council staff faced a pay cut as a result of a grading review sparked by an equal-pay claim brought by 3,000 women cooks, cleaners and care workers.

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's James Finch is brought down just short of the line. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's James Finch on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's Mike Whitehead on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie {No Name)

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's Mike Whitehead on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's Liam Finch on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's Liam Finch on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

Offensive: Walney's Mike Whitehead on the attack against Hensingham in the Cumbria Cup Final MIKE MCKENZIE

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham celebrate as their captains Sea Dixon, left and Jordan Thomson lift the Cumbria Cup. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 FAMILY AFFAIR: The Smith family celebrate their roles in the team's Cumbria Cup win. From theleft, Daniel; Chris; twins Stephen and Andrew and dad David. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham celebrate after winning the Cumbria Cup with a dramatic last minute score. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham captain Jordan Thomson bearing the scars of battle lifts the the Cumbria Cup. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham captain Jordan Thomson bearing the scars of battle lifts the the Cumbria Cup. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham celebrate after winning the Cumbria Cup with a dramatic last minute score. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham celebrate after winning the Cumbria Cup with a dramatic last minute score. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's players mob Harry Gee after he scored his try. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Liam Martin seems to be taking on the entire Walney defence. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Jake Bradley on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Jordan Thomson has support as he makes a break. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Chris Smith on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Chris Smith on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Liam campbell looks his tackler in the eye as he attacks. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Jordan Thomson makes a break. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Gavin Maudling. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Jake Bradley on the attack. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Todd Woods scores in the corner to get within striking distance of their win. pic Mike McKenzie

ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Hensingham's Todd Woods scores in the corner to get within striking distance of their win. pic Mike McKenzie

 ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's James Finch is brought down just short of the line. pic Mike McKenzie
ARL - Cumbria Cup Final - Hensingham v Walney. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th Sept 2017 Walney's James Finch is brought down just short of the line. pic Mike McKenzie
Last-minute Hensingham try leads to cup defeat for Walney Central
WALNEY Central saw the Cumbria Cup snatched from their grass at the last against Hensingham.

Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER

Winning side: Barrow Celtic's Zak Parker on the ball JON GRANGER

Close control: Kirkby's Sam Pinnegar holds off a challenge JON GRANGER

Celebration: Kirkby scorer Kristian Sharp (left) JON GRANGER

Challenge: Barrow Celtic's Mark Treen JON GRANGER

Attack: Kirkby's Kristian Sharp JON GRANGER

Going forward: Kirkby's Zack Mooney JON GRANGER

Low down: Barrow Celtic's Sean Gardner JON GRANGER

Getting stuck in: Kirkby's Sam Pinnegar JON GRANGER

Focus: Barrow Celtic's Matthew France JON GRANGER

Racing away: Barrow Celtic's Mark Treen JON GRANGER

Strike: Kirkby's Paul Cleasby JON GRANGER

 Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER
Six of the best: Barrow Celtic's Connor Smith JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Barrow Celtic beat Kirkby United in 12-goal thriller
BARROW Celtic beat Kirkby United 8-4 in a Furness Premier League goal-feast at Newby Terrace.

Refurbishment: The new tennis courts at Thwaites Village Hall

Refurbishment: The new tennis courts at Thwaites Village Hall

Donation: Representatives from Tesco Millom hand over a £12,000 grant to Thwaites Village Hall manager Alan Park from their Bags of Help scheme

 Refurbishment: The new tennis courts at Thwaites Village Hall
Refurbishment: The new tennis courts at Thwaites Village Hall
New tennis courts are a big hit for Thwaites Village Hall
A VILLAGE hall has officially reopened its tennis courts after a major refurbishment project.

Police Station Sign; England

 Police Station Sign; England
Police Station Sign; England
Police investigating after vehicle found with smashed windscreen
POLICE are investigating a case of criminal damage to a vehicle.

Investigation: Cumbria police

 Investigation: Cumbria police
Investigation: Cumbria police
Lake District church significantly damaged by vandals
POLICE are investigating after a church was vandalised.

Burglary: Holborn Hill in Millom

JON GRANGER

 Burglary: Holborn Hill in Millom JON GRANGER
Burglary: Holborn Hill in Millom JON GRANGER
Police appeal after Millom burglary
POLICE are investigating a burglary at a flat in Millom last weekend.

Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

 Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow
Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow
Barrow aunt avoids jail after pleading guilty to neglect
A NEGLECTFUL Barrow aunt who was so drunk she soiled herself while taking care of her young nephew has been spared a prison sentence.

Peter Croft, the new headteacher of St Bernard's Catholic High School, in Barrow, with new Year Seven pupils. Back row from left: Ellis Heywood and Inês Maguire; front row from left: Julia Kocoń, Adam Brand, Rocco Scarpone and Cian Gallagher

Peter Croft, the new headteacher of St Bernard's Catholic High School, in Barrow, with new Year Seven students, pictured are (back row, left to right) Ellis Heywood and Inês Maguire, (front row, left to right) are Julia Kocoń, Adam Brand, Rocco Scarpone and Cian Gallagher. NATALIE CHAPPLES

Great results from St Bernards School in Barrow. front and centre is Cavan Murt the school's highest achiever MILTON HAWORTH

GCSE results day 2017 at St Bernard's Catholic High School. Pictured from left: Cavan Murt, Louis Rourke, Tom Cullen and Harry Limitsios

GCSE results day 2017 at St Bernard's Catholic High School. From left: Archie Copeland, Megan Whitehouse, Abby Blakeborough and Jake Cooper

GCSE results day 2017 at St Bernard's Catholic High School

 Peter Croft, the new headteacher of St Bernard's Catholic High School, in Barrow, with new Year Seven pupils. Back row from left: Ellis Heywood and Inês Maguire; front row from left: Julia Kocoń, Adam Brand, Rocco Scarpone and Cian Gallagher
Peter Croft, the new headteacher of St Bernard's Catholic High School, in Barrow, with new Year Seven pupils. Back row from left: Ellis Heywood and Inês Maguire; front row from left: Julia Kocoń, Adam Brand, Rocco Scarpone and Cian Gallagher
New Barrow head delighted by record GCSE results
A NEW headteacher - who has today released his school's record GCSE results - is vowing to keep a successful Barrow secondary moving forward.

Action plan: Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon who is calling on residents to get involved with ideas to improve transport links LINDSEY DICKINGS

Rare sight: Millom is poorly served by public transport JOE RILEY

 Action plan: Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon who is calling on residents to get involved with ideas to improve transport links LINDSEY DICKINGS
Action plan: Mayor of Millom Angela Dixon who is calling on residents to get involved with ideas to improve transport links LINDSEY DICKINGS
Mayor's fight to improve Millom and Haverigg transport links
PLANS to improve community transport links with outlying villages will be high on the agenda next week.

Howzat: Mayoress Fee Wilson and (right) mayor Doug Wilson, pictured with Shaun and Sheila Watson's entry of Dickie Bird, the famous cricket umpire, judging last year's Millom Scarecrow Festival LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Howzat: Mayoress Fee Wilson and (right) mayor Doug Wilson, pictured with Shaun and Sheila Watson's entry of Dickie Bird, the famous cricket umpire, judging last year's Millom Scarecrow Festival LINDSEY DICKINGS
Howzat: Mayoress Fee Wilson and (right) mayor Doug Wilson, pictured with Shaun and Sheila Watson's entry of Dickie Bird, the famous cricket umpire, judging last year's Millom Scarecrow Festival LINDSEY DICKINGS
Musical icons set to rock Millom scarecrow festival
A SCARECROW festival will hope to hit the right note when residents' creative skills are put to the test next month.

Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007

 Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
The annual Kirkby Charity Fun Day raised around £1,700 for cerebral palsy groups. Attractions included tug of war and clay pigeon shooting.

Winning team: Millom players celebrate a wicket ion their way to winning the Sowerby Cup final last month. They will have more cause for rejoicing if they clinch the Division One title tomorrow

Chasing a double: Millom captain Ian Swarbrick

Cup final: barrow skipper Toby Mowat

 Winning team: Millom players celebrate a wicket ion their way to winning the Sowerby Cup final last month. They will have more cause for rejoicing if they clinch the Division One title tomorrow
Winning team: Millom players celebrate a wicket ion their way to winning the Sowerby Cup final last month. They will have more cause for rejoicing if they clinch the Division One title tomorrow
Millom CC hope to keep their nerve on the brink of double
MILLOM CC stand on the brink of a league and cup double going into tomorrow’s final round of fixtures.

Gee whizz: Harry Gee is in the Walney squad to face Hensingham in the Cumbria Cup final

Back: Jamie McIlroy returns for Hindpool Tigers

Welcome return: Millom player-coach Tom Sibley

 Gee whizz: Harry Gee is in the Walney squad to face Hensingham in the Cumbria Cup final
Gee whizz: Harry Gee is in the Walney squad to face Hensingham in the Cumbria Cup final
Walney Cents look to spoil Hen party in Cumbria Cup final
WALNEY Cents go for County Cup final glory as they take on Cumbria League champions Hensingham at Distington.

Made sure of victory: Brandon Collins scored the crucial second goal for Holker against Nelson

RICHARD EDMONDSON

Opener: Nathan Reid scored the first for Old Boys

 Made sure of victory: Brandon Collins scored the crucial second goal for Holker against Nelson RICHARD EDMONDSON
Made sure of victory: Brandon Collins scored the crucial second goal for Holker against Nelson RICHARD EDMONDSON
Reid and Collins goals get Holker Old Boys off the mark
GUY Heffernan picked up his first three points as Holker Old Boys manager with a confidence-boosting 2-0 victory over Nelson.

Lifesavers: With the Reverend Andy Batchelor, middle, are Colleen Fagan and Terry Melody from Walney Island Community First Responders as a new defibrillator was installed at St Mary’s Church using funds raised through the Co-op’s membership scheme

 Lifesavers: With the Reverend Andy Batchelor, middle, are Colleen Fagan and Terry Melody from Walney Island Community First Responders as a new defibrillator was installed at St Mary’s Church using funds raised through the Co-op’s membership scheme
Lifesavers: With the Reverend Andy Batchelor, middle, are Colleen Fagan and Terry Melody from Walney Island Community First Responders as a new defibrillator was installed at St Mary’s Church using funds raised through the Co-op’s membership scheme
Lifesaving equipment installed on Walney thanks to Co-op customers
Volunteers from Walney Island Community First Responders have installed a new defibrillator at St Mary’s Church.

Copeland residents were invited to comment on the council's current restrictions on public alcohol consumption and dog control DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE

 Copeland residents were invited to comment on the council's current restrictions on public alcohol consumption and dog control DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE
Copeland residents were invited to comment on the council's current restrictions on public alcohol consumption and dog control DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE
Last chance to have your say in dog and anti-social behaviour debate in Copeland
A CONSULTATION launched in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour will close on Sunday.

Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

 Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow
Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow
Millom man accused of wine thefts due in court
A MILLOM man accused of shoplifting wine is due in court.

Alexa Thomas, age 4, on her first day in reception at Brisbane Park Infant School.

Lewis Gaitskell, aged 7, on his first day in Year 3 at St James's in Barrow.

Lydia Hill, aged 10, heading into her final year at Barrow Island Community Primary School.

Kaiden and Keaton, aged 5, ready for Year 1 and Dexter, aged 2 heading into preschool at North Walney Primary, Nursery and Pre-School.

Elissia, aged 9 starting Year 5 at Greengate Junior School and Leah, aged 5, starting Year 1 at Ramsden Infant and Nursery School.

Ella Riseley, aged 4, starting Ramsden Infant and Nursery School.

Alfie McLeese starting reception at Newbarns Primary School.

Olivia, aged 5 starting Year 1 and Jacob, aged 3 starting nursery at Holy Family Catholic Primary and Nursery School.

Ava-Mae Hadwin, going into Year 4 at Roose School.

Mason Bilton on his first day in Year 1.

Ethan George Leigh, aged 11 on his first day of secondary at Walney School.

Lacey-Louise Rowan, aged 5, starting Year 1 at Brisbane Park Infants.

Benjamin and Ella-May Logan, starting Year 3 and Reception at St George's.

Billy McLaughlan on his first day in Year 7 at Walney School.

Brooke Charlton, aged 7, heading back to St James' Junior School.

Kaiden Tucker, aged 7, starting Year 3 at St James' Junior School.

Emily and Violet Harris, aged 2 and 4, heading to Roose School.

Jakub Paul Goodwin, aged 4, starting Reception at Newbarns Primary School.

Tommy Holmes starting nursery at St George's School in Barrow.

Blake, aged 7, starting junior and Kayden, aged 5, at Sacred Heart.

Andrew starting Reception at Newbarns School

Bobbie-May, aged 9, ready to learn at Greengate Junior School.

Amy starting Year 4 at North Walney Primary School.

McKenzie and Skyla starting his last year and her first day in juniors at South Walney.

Katie ready for life in Reception at South Walney Infant and Nursery School.

Little dragon Belle starting at St George's.

Amber, aged 2, heading back to North Walney Primary, Nursery and Pre-School.

Harley, aged 7, at South Walney juniors.

Alfie Westwood on his first day of junior school at St George's.

Lacey, aged 7, starting Year 3 at South Walney Junior School.

Henry Tumelty, aged 5, starting Year 1 at Holy Family Catholic Primary and Nursery School.

Jacob, aged 3, heading to South Walney Infants and Nursery.

Morgan, starting Year 3 and Mason's first day in Reception at St George's.

Leylah Holmes, aged 4, on her first day in Reception at Sacred Heart.

Libby, aged 8, and Hollie, aged 4, off to Roose School.

Khylan-Jai Bradley-Eaton, aged 6, going into Year 2 at Sacred Heart.

Savannah-Mae starts juniors at Sacred Heart while little Leila-Rose heads into Reception.

Vinny Jackson ready for Year 1 at North Walney Primary.

Little Alfie on his first day at Dane Ghyll preschool.

Ruby-Leigh Bilton starting nursery

Jayce Murphy going to George Hastwell School.

Evie-Grace starting Year 4 at St George's.

Lexi Harris, aged 4, starting Reception at Newbarns School.

Hollie ready for Year 6 at Barrow Island Community School.

Charlotte, aged 8 and Liam, aged 6, going into Years 4 and 2 at Newbarns Primary.

Owen-James Dennison, Year 4 at Sacred Heart.

Ella-Rose on her first day of Year 1 at Parkside GGI.

Kirby on her first day at South Walney Junior School.

Ruby-Mai, aged 6, starting Year 2 at Parkside Primary School.

Luiz da Silva, aged 7, going to South Walney Junior School.

Tyler McDermott, aged 8, on his first day back at St James'.

Riley Gordon, aged 11, on his first day of secondary at Walney School.

Tommy Skrikis, aged 4, starting Reception at Ramsden Infants.

Leo Casey, aged 4, starting Reception at St Pius Catholic Primary.

Riahanna Coop, aged 7, starting Year 3 at Greengate Juniors.

Darcey Mathieson, 3, off to Our Lady's preschool.

Jayden starting Year 5 and Bayley starting Reception at St George's.

Heidi Farish starting Reception at Newbarns.

Joseph, aged 7, going into Year 3 and Ami, aged 5, starting Year 1 at their new school, St George's.

Finlay Tumelty, aged 7, starting Year 3 at Holy Family.

Freya-May McCarthy, 11, starting her first day of secondary at Walney.

Isabelle Mulholland, aged five, going into Year 1 with Isaac, aged 7, going into Year 3 at Barrow Island Community Primary.

Isabelle, 7, Lexi, 10, Bethanie, 8, and Natalya, 3, of to St George's.

Jakub Goodwin, aged 4, starting Newbarns Primary.

Georgia Grace Mitchell, 7, going into Year 3 at South Walney Juniors.

Riley, 7, and Oliver, 11, starting at Walney juniors and seniors respectively.

Tyler-Jenson, 4, on his first day in Reception at Brisbane Park.

Eddie blowing his mum a kiss on his first day in reception

Tyran, 5, and Lee Burgess, 4, off to Brisbane Park Infants.

Demi-May, Year 5, and Harry-Leo going to nursery at St George's.

Oscar Lowden, aged 4, off to Parkside GGI.

Sienna Wright, 8, starting Year 4 at Sacred Heart.

Alfie Quest, 8, going into Year 4 at Greengate Juniors.

Gracie Corkan, aged 8, off to Greengate Juniors.

Charlie and Liam Downing, 4 and 7, going into Reception and Year 3 at Sacred Heart.

Georgia Bell, ready for Reception at Holy Family.

Megan Charnley, aged 9, on her first day of Year 5 at Newbarns Primary.

Jessica Allewell, 9, starting Year 5 at Greengate Juniors.

Ben, aged 4, starting Reception at Holy Family.

Evie-mae Reid and Ellis Phillips starting their first and last years in juniors.

Matilda Kendall, 2, ready for her last term of preschool at Parkside GGI Academy.

Ashton Busog, 4, starting Reception at Newbarns.

Riley Brown, aged 8, starting Year 4 at Greengate Juniors.

Cody Backhouse on his first day of Reception at Parkside Academy.

Logan Armstrong, 6, ready for Year 2 at St George's.

Mylie, aged 8, and Halle, 7, in Years 4 and 3 at Greengate Juniors.

Ruby-Marie Harvey, 7, and Leon Miller, 9, off to Barrow Island Community Primary.

Ruby and Alfie Hamilton starting juniors at Sacred Heart.

Ferrari and Ruby Caine, 9 and 6, off to St George's.

Olivia Waite, 4, starting Reception at Ramsden Infants.

Lexi, 6, Year 2 at St George's School.

Darcy Cooper, 10, starting Year 6 at Greengate Juniors.

Theo Pavett, 2, off to Ramsden Robins

Autumn Jessica Leigh, 7, going into Year 3 at South Walney Juniors.

Joseph Brackwell, 5, excited for Reception at St Peters in Ireleth.

Kyra Murphy starting Little Dragons at St George's.

Gracie and Archie Tumelty, 7 and 3, going to North Walney Primary.

Adrian and Luke Hartley, starting Year 4 and Reception at St Columbas.

Emily Logan on her first day of Year 1 at St George's.

Bradley and Elliot Jones starting Year 1 and Reception.

Lewi Law, 7, off to St James' Juniors.

Talisha Roy in her first year of juniors at Greengate Junior School.

Porsche ready for her last year at Sacred Heart

Isabella Anne Rose Corr, 5, starting Year 1 at Newbarns.

Cadie-leigh and Sophia starting Years 5 and 2 at St George's.

Cameron, aged 9, starting Year 5 at North Walney Primary.

Evie Kummer, 7, back to school at Greengate Juniors.

Jenson Stewart, 4, at Brisbane Park Infants.

Harvey, 5, starting Year 1 at Newbarns.

Kian, Amelia, and Abbie Milton starting Years 5, 1 and 6 at St George's.

Kyle Boswell starting Year 4 at Greengate Juniors.

 Alexa Thomas, age 4, on her first day in reception at Brisbane Park Infant School.
Alexa Thomas, age 4, on her first day in reception at Brisbane Park Infant School.
Barrow Back to School 2017 - photo gallery
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Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank

 Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Service: Project manager Ann Mills at Barrow Foodbank
Barrow Foodbank to reveal figures for the last 12 months
THE annual general meeting of Barrow Foodbank is set to take place later this month.

On the attack: Lewis Gribbin hits out during his innings of 57 JON GRANGER

Century-maker: Furness opener Mike Gadsden on his way to 103 JON GRANGER

Big effort: Dalton's Mike Walker makes a diving stop JON GRANGER

In the field: Dalton's Joe Braund-Smith JON GRANGER

Nice shot: Lewis Gribbin JON GRANGER

Pace attack: Robert Bamber JON GRANGER

On the front foot: Lewis Gribbin JON GRANGER

Hit the pitch: Robert Bamber JON GRANGER

Line and length: Dalton skipper Liam Curwen JON GRANGER

Having a stretch: Dalton's Tony Butler JON GRANGER

 On the attack: Lewis Gribbin hits out during his innings of 57 JON GRANGER
On the attack: Lewis Gribbin hits out during his innings of 57 JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness's Dalton victory in vain as Workington take title
FURNESS’S hopes of catching Workington in the North Lancs and Cumbria League title race are over.