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Weekend weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District
THERE is the latest weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District.
Traffic and travel news for south Cumbria - Tuesday September 27
HERE is the latest traffic and travel news for south Cumbria.

Alison Griffiths, deputy project manager at Barrow Foodbank, with one of the rucksacks: LEANNE BOLGER

A Rucksack kit: LEANNE BOLGER

Alison Griffiths, deputy project manager at Barrow Foodbank, with one of the rucksacks: LEANNE BOLGER

 Alison Griffiths, deputy project manager at Barrow Foodbank, with one of the rucksacks: LEANNE BOLGER
Alison Griffiths, deputy project manager at Barrow Foodbank, with one of the rucksacks: LEANNE BOLGER
Rucksacks and sleeping bags to be given to south Cumbria homeless
RUCKSACKS containing a sleeping bag, a stove and warm clothes are to be handed out to homeless people referred to a foodbank.

WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH

UNDER PRESSURE Celtic keeper Liam Thomson spills the ball as Warren Simpson closes in MILTON HAWORTH

TAKE A PUNT Josh Woodend opens the scoring with a long-range shot for Holker at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH

STAND FIRM Stout defending from Barrow Celtic keeps Holker Old Boys out MILTON HAWORTH

A MAN ALONE Robert Johnson is the lone Barrow Celtic striker surrounded by the Holker defence MILTON HAWORTH

TUSSLE Holker Old Boys' Tom Howlett is pressured MILTON HAWORTH

Barrow Celtic v Holker Old Boys Reserve at Newby Terrace. 24th September 2016. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

LET FLY Josh Woodend scores for Holker Old Boys reserves PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH

 WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH
WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT! A delighted Josh Woodend celebrates the opening goal for Holker Old Boys reserves at Barrow Celtic MILTON HAWORTH
Holker beat Barrow Celtic in battle of form sides
TWO of the Furness Premier League’s top teams locked horns in the Paul Wilson Trophy, as Barrow Celtic played Holker Old Boys reserves.

Owner and chief baker of The Bakehouse Greenodd, Kirsty Postlethwaite

Apple and cinnamon cake

 Owner and chief baker of The Bakehouse Greenodd, Kirsty Postlethwaite
Owner and chief baker of The Bakehouse Greenodd, Kirsty Postlethwaite
Celebrate the apple in pies and pots
Whether you're into a crisp crunch, a sweet, juicy flavour or the tart tang that makes a crumble or pie a dessert to savour, the apple is a favourite for both gardeners and bakers.

TOUCHDOWN Ben Lewney goes in to score for Askam against Saddleworth LEANNE BOLGER

GREAT STUFF Askam celebrate Tom Goffatt's try LEANNE BOLGER

GO FOR IT Tom Goffatt breaks away to score for Askam LEANNE BOLGER

WRAPPED UP Jamie Butler (centre) leads the Askam defence as they stop an attack LEANNE BOLGER

KICK IT OVER Sam Dowsett prepares to take a conversion LEANNE BOLGER

PLAY ON Sam Dowsett puts a pass out LEANNE BOLGER

GOT YOU Askam stop a Saddleworth man LEANNE BOLGER

 TOUCHDOWN Ben Lewney goes in to score for Askam against Saddleworth LEANNE BOLGER
TOUCHDOWN Ben Lewney goes in to score for Askam against Saddleworth LEANNE BOLGER
Askam seal home play-off tie with Saddleworth win
ASKAM secured second place in National Conference Division Two and a home play-off tie with a 32-18 victory over Saddleworth at Fallowfield Park.

PLAN NWE2 chairman Alan Torevell exhibits the project model

VISION An artist's impression of how a tidal gateway would look

 PLAN NWE2 chairman Alan Torevell exhibits the project model
PLAN NWE2 chairman Alan Torevell exhibits the project model
Residents repeat calls for tidal barrage
RESIDENTS are once again calling for a state-of-the-art bridge to be built to boost connections to the rest of the North West.

Countryfile presenter Anita Rani with Tom Blease, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire

Senior shepherd Dick Roper, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire

Ssenior shepherd Dick Roper's dog Will, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire

Senior shepherd Dick Roper, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire

 Countryfile presenter Anita Rani with Tom Blease, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire
Countryfile presenter Anita Rani with Tom Blease, as Dick Roper and Tom Blease picked up the golden trophy in the sheepdog trials, securing the winning spot by just one point during Sunday night's competition of the annual One Man and His Dog competition. Credit: Countryfile/PA Wire
Teen dog handler from Cumbria wins nationwide competition aired on BBC
A 16-YEAR-OLD dog handler from Cumbria has been crowned as this year's winner of the annual One Man And His Dog competition.

Winters Grip Askam by Bill Bell SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

The Migrants, possibly on Moor Road, Ireleth by Bill Bell SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

Gate Crag Borrowdale by Harold Gresley SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

Wartime Laurel and Hardy dolls SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

A postcard signed by Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

A Conway Stewart Churchill pen SUBMITTED auction-sep-24

 Winters Grip Askam by Bill Bell SUBMITTED auction-sep-24
Winters Grip Askam by Bill Bell SUBMITTED auction-sep-24
Evocative paintings of Askam in saleroom
EVOCATIVE and closely observed paintings by Bill Bell of heavy industry and people going about their daily life now form part of many public and private art collections.

Bici-Cafe

Gabrielle's colleague Holly Harrison at Bici-Cafe

Bici-Cafe in Ulverston

Holly Harrison with her salami and mushroom pizza

Bici-Cafe

 Bici-Cafe
Bici-Cafe
Cycle-themed Bici-Café in Ulverston is geared up for authentic Italian cuisine
Bici-Café, The Gill, Ulverston

The A590 at Rusland Pool

 The A590 at Rusland Pool
The A590 at Rusland Pool
Motorists face detour misery when A590 closures take effect
OVERNIGHT road closures on the A590 are set to force motorists to use a lengthy diversion via the Lakes.
Roadworks due to take place on major routes in Cumbria
DETAILS of roadworks due to take place on some of Cumbria's busiest roads for the next week have been published.

The A590 at Rusland Pool - from Google Maps

 The A590 at Rusland Pool - from Google Maps
The A590 at Rusland Pool - from Google Maps
Overnight road closures planned for the A590 at Rusland Pool in South Cumbria
OVERNIGHT road closures on the A590 at Rusland Pool are set to force motorists to use a diversion via the Lakes.

Boss the Staffy, submitted by owner Abbie Parsons.

Vespa and Harley Dent, submitted by owner Emma Dent.

Raj the Staffy, submitted by owner Paige McShane.

Daisy Doughnut, submitted by owner Rachael Taylor.

Penny the Beagle, submitted by owner Rachel Haffner.

Emma Atkinson and Berty.

Penny the Beagle with Davi Finlayson, submitted by owner Rachel Haffner.

Xeno enjoying a cruise on Lake Windermere, submitted by owner Andrew Knipe.

Cody (left) and Joshua (right) Hudson have some fun on Snapchat. Submitted by owners Joshua Hudson and Yvie Rooney.

Ole the Springer Spaniel and Murphy the Sprocker Spaniel submitted by owner Samatha Bonnell.

Baby Chihuahua Princess Lady, submitted by owner Tammy Suart.

National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.

National Dog Week: Reporter Alex Grove from Ulverston napping with his Sprocker Spaniel Dodge.

Reporter Gabrielle with Percy the golden Cocker Spaniel.

National Dog Week: Reporter Alex Grove from Ulverston napping with his Sprocker Spaniel Dodge.

National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.

Reporter Gabrielle with Percy the golden Cocker Spaniel.

NATION DOG WEEK WINNER Winner of the Evening Mail's National Dog Week competition Pictured: Amy and her dog Mia, Swarthmoor. Thursday 22nd September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

NATION DOG WEEK WINNER Winner of the Evening Mail's National Dog Week competition Pictured: Amy's dog Mia, Swarthmoor. Thursday 22nd September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 Boss the Staffy, submitted by owner Abbie Parsons.
Boss the Staffy, submitted by owner Abbie Parsons.
South Cumbria dog lovers show off their best friends on National Dog Week
This week marks the celebration of the 75th National Dog Week. Dating back to 1928, Captain Will Judy created the week as a way to make sure all dog owners were educated in caring for their pets.

FIGHTING FIT Joe Dowsett is back in contention for Askam tomorrow JON GRANGER

 FIGHTING FIT Joe Dowsett is back in contention for Askam tomorrow JON GRANGER
FIGHTING FIT Joe Dowsett is back in contention for Askam tomorrow JON GRANGER
Askam seek victory to secure home play-off berth
VICTORY is key for Askam tomorrow as they seek a home play-off draw in the National Conference.

SPAR shops across the area are having to recall bags of midget gems LOUISE PORTER 50080554F003.JPG

 SPAR shops across the area are having to recall bags of midget gems LOUISE PORTER 50080554F003.JPG
SPAR shops across the area are having to recall bags of midget gems LOUISE PORTER 50080554F003.JPG
Stores across south Cumbria recall packs of sweets containing small pieces of wood
CONVENIENCE stores across south Cumbria are having to recall bags of sweets after realising they could contain small pieces of wood.

The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Cub scout Edward climbing. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Exploring the mine. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The opening ceremony at Urswick. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Exploring the mine. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Rafting at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Fencing at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The centenary cake. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

Abseiling at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

The closing ceremony at their campsite in Urswick. PHOTO:MATT SANDERSON

Kayaking at Kepplewray outdoor activities centre. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON

 The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON
The group toast marshmallows around the camp fire. PHOTO: MATT SANDERSON
South Cumbrian cubs enjoy fun-filled adventure weekend to celebrate centenary
MORE than a hundred youngsters from across south Cumbria came together for a weekend of adventure to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the Cub Scouts.

A GREAT SIDE The Walney Rovers 1957/58 double cup-winning side, featuring Bob Eunson. They are (back, from left): Bill Eddy (manager), Bob Eunson, unknown, Jim Rowan, Brian Sanders, Peter Richardson. Front: Ged Fogarty, Keith Eddy, Barry Cumberbatch, Eric Jackman, Ray Elliott and Colin Baker EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

 A GREAT SIDE The Walney Rovers 1957/58 double cup-winning side, featuring Bob Eunson. They are (back, from left): Bill Eddy (manager), Bob Eunson, unknown, Jim Rowan, Brian Sanders, Peter Richardson. Front: Ged Fogarty, Keith Eddy, Barry Cumberbatch, Eric Jackman, Ray Elliott and Colin Baker EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
A GREAT SIDE The Walney Rovers 1957/58 double cup-winning side, featuring Bob Eunson. They are (back, from left): Bill Eddy (manager), Bob Eunson, unknown, Jim Rowan, Brian Sanders, Peter Richardson. Front: Ged Fogarty, Keith Eddy, Barry Cumberbatch, Eric Jackman, Ray Elliott and Colin Baker EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Tributes to popular Walney sportsman Bob
SKILLED sportsman Bob Eunson has lost his battle with cancer.

Dr Robin Catchpole

A Waverley Line steam locomotive on the Eden Viaduct SUBMITTED engine-sep-22

 Dr Robin Catchpole
Dr Robin Catchpole
Barrow talks range from steam age to the stars
THE past, present and future of science and technology is featuring in the new series of talks organised by a combination of nine South Cumbrian technical, management and engineering groups.

CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON

 CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON
CLUB CHAMPION Luke Walker continues to rule at Ulverston HARRY ATKINSON
THE PRO GAME: A busy period on the South Cumbrian greens
IT has been a busy period locally, with a few of the major events of the season taking place.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness. Lead Coach Kirby Linton.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.

Go Active Logo with web address August 2016

 Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.
Sportivate and Cumbria Cricket Ltd tackle women's fitness.
Campaign aims to get inactive Furness girls to try a new sport
YOUNG women are being encouraged to take up new sports and embark upon a healthier life as part of a national campaign.

Commuters are experiencing delays following a four-car smash on A590 at Swarthmoor

Police were at the scene of a four-vehicle crash on A590 at Swarthmoor

A four-vehicle smash cause tailbacks on A590 this morning.

 Commuters are experiencing delays following a four-car smash on A590 at Swarthmoor
Commuters are experiencing delays following a four-car smash on A590 at Swarthmoor
Traffic cleared on A590 following multi-vehicle crash near Ulverston
THE traffic has now cleared on the A590 after a multi-vehicle crash near Ulverston caused long queues in both directions.

David Campbell in 2010

Furness Magistrates Court.

Arnside Street, Barrow (GOOGLE MAPS)

 David Campbell in 2010
David Campbell in 2010
Barrow man harassed his neighbour for five months with abusive language
A BARROW man who harassed his neighbour for five months with abusive language has been handed a community order by magistrates.

A590 in chaos following an accident near Ulverston. Picture: Milton Haworth.

Graham Haywood - director of Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership.

Robin Cornah of the A595 Action Committee

Cumbria LEP has also highlighted flood alleviation work at Newby Bridge as a priority

 A590 in chaos following an accident near Ulverston. Picture: Milton Haworth.
A590 in chaos following an accident near Ulverston. Picture: Milton Haworth.
Masterplan revealed to transform A590 and A595 in south Cumbria
A STRATEGIC report designed to pinpoint the improvements needed to bring the county's road network up to scratch has been released.

ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER

 ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER
ALL RIGHT John Whittall helped Walney Park clinch the Furness Division Three title CHRIS WARNER
Walney Park clinch Furness Division Three crown
WALNEY Park wrapped up the Sharples Lettings Furness and District Bowling League Division Two title in style with a 14-0 whitewash of North Scale.

CHAMPION Ulverston Bowling League Division One Play-offs winner Kevin Toal receives his prize from league sponsor Margaret Myerscough RAY DUNSTAN

THERE BY MERIT Ulverston Bowling League Division One merit winner Rou Moxham receives his prize from league sponsor Margaret Myerscough RAY DUNSTAN

 CHAMPION Ulverston Bowling League Division One Play-offs winner Kevin Toal receives his prize from league sponsor Margaret Myerscough RAY DUNSTAN
CHAMPION Ulverston Bowling League Division One Play-offs winner Kevin Toal receives his prize from league sponsor Margaret Myerscough RAY DUNSTAN
Toal on top in Ulverston play-offs
GLAXO'S Kevin Toal found the winning formula to concoct victory in the Ulverston and District Bowling League Division One play-offs.

Generic picture of drugs. Credit: Paul Faith/PA Wire

 Generic picture of drugs. Credit: Paul Faith/PA Wire
Generic picture of drugs. Credit: Paul Faith/PA Wire
Ulverston man pleads guilty to drug possession charge
A 42-YEAR-OLD man from Ulverston, who was found lying on a pavement with a powdery coating around his mouth, has pleaded guilty to possessing a class-C drug

Fire crews battled two fires in Millom yesterday

 Fire crews battled two fires in Millom yesterday
Fire crews battled two fires in Millom yesterday
Crews from across south Cumbria rush to Millom to tackle two fires
FIRE engines from across the area raced to a small rural community to put out two fires.

Kath Cullen of Dalton

JON GRANGER

 Kath Cullen of Dalton JON GRANGER
Kath Cullen of Dalton JON GRANGER
Dalton dementia sufferer placed in care home 70 miles away spent final days in Furness
THE devoted partner of a man moved miles away from home due to a shortfall in local dementia care is to take his story directly to health commissioners.

National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.

EDD THE PUG - Edd the pug dog has 83,000 followers on Instagram. Pictured: Edd the Pug at his home in Dalton, Dalton, Wednesday 27th April 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

National Dog Week: Reporter Alex Grove from Ulverston napping with his Sprocker Spaniel Dodge.

 National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.
National Dog Week: Leanne Bolger and her Staffy Milo.
National Dog Week COMPETITION, QUIZ AND VIDEO
This week marks the celebration of the 75th National Dog Week. Dating back to 1928, Captain Will Judy created the week as a way to make sure all dog owners were educated in caring for their pets.