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'Amazing response': Ann Mills


          'Amazing response': Ann Mills
'Amazing response': Ann Mills
Donations pour in to help foodbank meet soaring demand
A CAMPAIGN launched by The Mail to help replenish stocks at a foodbank has been a resounding success.

The on course bookies saw trade pick up as the sun broke through at Cartmel Racing on Saturday. July 22nd 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Putting his foot in it: It was a bit soggy at the start of the Cartmel Race Meeting on Saturday MILTON HAWORTH

Fired up: Rob Donkin and Peter Henshaw from Ulverston get the barbie on before the racing at Cartmel MILTON HAWORTH

Smiles better: From left: Aoife Healey, Suzanne Eaves and Libby Murray were out enjoying a hen party MILTON HAWORTH

Having a blast: A hen party at Cartmel Race Meeting MILTON HAWORTH

Suits you: Raiders and Ulverston Rugby players enjoyed a great time at Tom Spedding's batchelor party. From left: Willie Marr, Matthew Miller, Dan Toal, Tom Spedding, Joe Hambly and Mike Reeks MILTON HAWORTH

On parade: The parade ring for the first race MILTON HAWORTH

Blazing saddles: The crowd enjoyed an afternoon of sunshine after the morning clouds rolled away at Cartmel MILTON HAWORTH

Bright spot: The crowd enjoyed an afternoon of sunshine after the morning clouds rolled away at Cartmel MILTON HAWORTH

 The on course bookies saw trade pick up as the sun broke through at Cartmel Racing on Saturday. July 22nd 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
The on course bookies saw trade pick up as the sun broke through at Cartmel Racing on Saturday. July 22nd 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
GALLERY: Cartmel Racecourse sizzles in the sun on day one of Barbecue Meeting
HEAVY rain in the morning did nothing to dampen the occasion as Cartmel Racecourse sizzled both on and off the track on the first day of the barbecue meeting on Saturday.

Access all areas: Ali Alger stands in Ford Park, close to the edge of the play area, where a new footpath is to be laid, creating a path leading from the park towards St Mary's Hospice LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Access all areas: Ali Alger stands in Ford Park, close to the edge of the play area, where a new footpath is to be laid, creating a path leading from the park towards St Mary's Hospice LINDSEY DICKINGS
Access all areas: Ali Alger stands in Ford Park, close to the edge of the play area, where a new footpath is to be laid, creating a path leading from the park towards St Mary's Hospice LINDSEY DICKINGS
Bid to transform Ford Park into accessible haven
A PARK which lies at the heart of a community will be open to even more people thanks to an accessibility drive.

Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22

Local links: A postmark from Dalton at 7.30pm on July 17 in 1906 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Going places: A postcard printed in the Manx language and sent to Dalton in the Edwardian era SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Looking down: An Edwardian postcard showing Market Street, Dalton, from the castle roof SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Official business An envelope from the 1880s which was sent by the Dalton Local Board to an Ulverston solicitor SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Old ways: There is a Kendal postmark from 1840 on this letter to Kirkby Lonsdale which was sent by the Dent Penny Post. This was quickly made redundant by the popularity of postage stamps SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

A letter folded over to form an envelope and containing news about the Dalton Club in 1881 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Local service: A postmark from 1903 from the post office at Dale Head in the Lake District SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

Postal base: Fisher Head, near Thirlmere, was the post office for Dalr Head until 1938 SUBMITTED postal-jul-22

 Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22
Winning ways: Simon Kelly, left, receives his trophy from Cumbria Postal History Society chairman Mike Mapleton for the best display BILL MYERS postal-jul-22
Edwardian postcard in Manx language was sent to Dalton
AMONG the historic items shown at a meeting of the Cumbria Postal History Society held in Kendal was a postcard in the Manx language which was sent to Dalton.

Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER

 Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER
Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER
St Andrews date for Ulverston golf veteran Terry
THE world's best golfers are battling it out for honours in the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale this weekend.

Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY

 Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY
Good display: Ian Fairclough was a standout winner for Walney Park JOE RILEY
Kirkby make big strides in quest for Furness Senior Bowls promotion
KIRKBY claimed a key win in their quest for promotion to Deltawaite Ltd Furness Senior Citizens Bowling League Division One.

Tim Farron MP

 Tim Farron MP
Tim Farron MP
Ulverston deserves dowry after GSK jobs betrayal
AN MP has said a major south Cumbrian employer should leave a "dowry" as a gesture of goodwill after pulling out of a £350m investment plan.

Acclaim: Jess Gillam from Ulverston, who was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician Grand Final and winner of the Woodwind Section in 2016

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Performance: The BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart, Jamal Alive, cello; Annelien Van Wauwe, clarinet and Jess Gillam, saxophone at the Royal Albert Hall

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Performance: The BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart, Jamal Alive, cello; Annelien Van Wauwe, clarinet and Jess Gillam, saxophone at the Royal Albert Hall

Mark Allan

Performance: The BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart, Jamal Alive, cello; Annelien Van Wauwe, clarinet and Jess Gillam, saxophone at the Royal Albert Hall

Mark Allan

 Acclaim: Jess Gillam from Ulverston, who was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician Grand Final and winner of the Woodwind Section in 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Acclaim: Jess Gillam from Ulverston, who was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician Grand Final and winner of the Woodwind Section in 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston's Jess Gillam wows Royal Albert Hall crowds in BBC Proms performance
AN award-winning saxophonist has made her debut at one of the world's greatest classical music festivals.

Official opening: Barrow and Furness MP , John Woodcock, cuts the ribbon at Network Rail's brand new £1.7m maintenance hub in Barrow

Fact finding: John Woodcock meeting with Network Rail staff at the new £1.7m maintenance facility

Concerns: Councillors (l-r) David Pidduck, Frank Cassidy, Bill McEwan, Kevin Hamilton and Brendan Sweeney at Barrow train station LINDSEY DICKINGS

Criticism: Brendan Sweeney HARRY ATKINSON

 Official opening: Barrow and Furness MP , John Woodcock, cuts the ribbon at Network Rail's brand new £1.7m maintenance hub in Barrow
Official opening: Barrow and Furness MP , John Woodcock, cuts the ribbon at Network Rail's brand new £1.7m maintenance hub in Barrow
'Orange army' prepared to tackle train disruption in South Cumbria
AN “orange army” of responders is now united and poised to spring into action where urgent work is needed to keep trains in South Cumbria on track.

'Fantastic facility': Phil Collier

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 'Fantastic facility': Phil Collier
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'Fantastic facility': Phil Collier
Business federation leader calls for resolve in face of job cuts
THE leader of a south Cumbrian business group has spoken of his strong resolve to pull through a jobs crisis.

Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show

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 Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show LEANNE BOLGER
Here's looking at ewe: Prize winning sheep at Ulverston and North Lonsdale show LEANNE BOLGER
Win a family ticket prize for Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show
THE Mail has two family ticket prizes to give away for the 2017 Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show, which takes place on Wednesday July 26.

Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER

Title: Alice's Dog Show at Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show. Best in Show 2016 was Elise the Alaskan malamute handled by Frankie and Joe

Feeding time: Faye Henson, from Witherslack, showing her Shetland sheep LEANNE BOLGER

Comfy: Sheep pens at the showground LEANNE BOLGER

Mums: Kylie McKenna, left, and Michelle Knott from Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Attention to detail: Heavy horse judging LEANNE BOLGER

Bite to eat: Jasper Charmers, from Witherslack LEANNE BOLGER

Animal magic: Alice's dog show LEANNE BOLGER

Cattle do nicely: Alan Myerscough's Limousins LEANNE BOLGER

Rosettes: The poultry tent LEANNE BOLGER

Recognition: Owen Airey, from Urswick, who won Champion Sheep of the field with his Suffolk sheep LEANNE BOLGER

Eggs-tra special: The poultry tent LEANNE BOLGER

Creations: Furness Wood Turners in the craft tent LEANNE BOLGER

 Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER
Fine example: Charisse Millard, from Bootle, showing her calf LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show ready to stage great family day out
A POPULAR south Cumbria agricultural show is preparing to stage a great family day out next week.

Talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, pictured, was held at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS

Vision: An artist'’s impression of what the new GSK Ulverston biopharm site would have looked like

Belief: Former mayor of Ulverston, Councillor Pat Jones JOE RILEY

 Talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, pictured, was held at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
Talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, pictured, was held at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston GSK investment 'fairy tale' turned into nightmare
A DREAM investment plan which could have heralded a new dawn for a south Cumbrian town ultimately had "feet of clay", says a despondent councillor.

Meeting: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall meeting

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 Meeting: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall meeting LINDSEY DICKINGS
Meeting: Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall meeting LINDSEY DICKINGS
Shadow cast over future of Ulverston housing plans after GSK pullout
THE abandonment of a multi-million pound investment scheme could mean newly-built houses in Ulverston lying empty.
Children's charity raises thousands
THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised by a south Cumbrian branch of a children's charity.

Complaints: Market Street in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Complaints: Market Street in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Complaints: Market Street in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston street furniture clutter to be addressed
ON-STREET advertising could be subject to new regulation after the issue was raised at a town council meeting.

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Granville Sessions

 Granville Sessions
Granville Sessions
Granville Sessions headline latest hip hop showcase at Ulverston museum
LIVE hip hop collective Granville Sessions will be appearing in South Cumbria this August as part of the latest Straight Outta Croftlands.

Amateur impact: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH

 Amateur impact: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH
Amateur impact: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH
Tough last round for Ulverston ace Slater at English Women's Amateur
A TOUGH final round cost Ulverston ace Natasha Slater the chance of a top-10 finish at the English Women's Amateur Championship.

Pharmaceuticals: GSK, which has announced it is cancelling a proposed £350m investment at its Ulverston site

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 Pharmaceuticals: GSK, which has announced it is cancelling a proposed £350m investment at its Ulverston site LINDSEY DICKINGS
Pharmaceuticals: GSK, which has announced it is cancelling a proposed £350m investment at its Ulverston site LINDSEY DICKINGS
Alliances made as Ulverston prepares for worst case scenario
A UNITED front will be formed between central government, unions and local politicians in order to prevent south Cumbrian job losses.

Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue

Care: Irene Cannon pictured with recent additions to her 'hedgehog hospital' at her home in Dalton

On the mend: Furness Hedgehog Rescue, run by Irene Cannon

LEANNE BOLGER

 Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue
Revamp: Matthew Andrew, left, and Rob Dixon from Wardgroup, with Irene Cannon from Furness Hedgehog Rescue
South Cumbria hedgehogs’ hospital given generous makeover
VULNERABLE critters are living the life of luxury in newly-decorated digs thanks to Barrow’s answer to DIY SOS.

Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.

Surprise return: Millom's Paul Evans HOWARD SHIMMIN

 Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.
Back in action: Askam's Kristian TysonMILTON HAWORTH.
Old foes Askam and Millom face-off once again
RIVALS and friends alike clash this weekend on the rugby field.

Points: Sam Broadley (top) scored for Askam against Roose last week LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Points: Sam Broadley (top) scored for Askam against Roose last week LINDSEY DICKINGS
Points: Sam Broadley (top) scored for Askam against Roose last week LINDSEY DICKINGS
Askam start KO Cup defence against league leaders Barrow Island
HOLDERS Askam begin their defence of the CJS Barrow and District KO Cup tonight with a trip to Barrow Island.

Close team: Ali Alger who is leaving Ford Park, after four years, pictured (third right) with some of her team LINDSEY DICKINGS

Lasting achievement: Ali Alger

Fresh approach: Mayor of Ulverston Mark Wilson (centre) with Bethan Procter, left, and Ali Alger sporting their Ford Park T-shirts as part a bid to attract 1,000 new members to join the park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Recognition: Ali Alger presented with the Employee of the Year award by Steve Mason, managing director of Bender UK, at the Heart of Ulverston awards in 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

 Close team: Ali Alger who is leaving Ford Park, after four years, pictured (third right) with some of her team LINDSEY DICKINGS
Close team: Ali Alger who is leaving Ford Park, after four years, pictured (third right) with some of her team LINDSEY DICKINGS
Bittersweet goodbye as the CEO of Ford Park steps down
AFTER four years at the helm of one of the most prized assets of a south Cumbrian town the chief executive of a community park is to step down.

Task force: John Woodcock, Barrow and Furness MP, chaired an emergency meeting at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston to discuss the future of GSK

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 Task force: John Woodcock, Barrow and Furness MP, chaired an emergency meeting at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
Task force: John Woodcock, Barrow and Furness MP, chaired an emergency meeting at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
Special task force formed to save GSK Ulverston jobs
A SPECIAL task force will be formed to combat the threat of looming job losses in a south Cumbrian town.

Future in doubt: The emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS

'Very disappointed': Janette Jenkinson

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 Future in doubt: The emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Future in doubt: The emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Emotions run high at Ulverston GSK crunch meeting
EMOTIONS are running high following the news a major employer has shelved its multi-million pound expansion plans in Ulverston.

'frank' talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS

 'frank' talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
'frank' talks: An emergency meeting chaired by MP John Woodcock, at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, to discuss the future of GSK LINDSEY DICKINGS
Crunch talks begin over GSK’s Ulverston future
CRUNCH talks have begun between local politicians, business leaders and union representatives after a pharmaceutical giant announced it was pulling the plug on hundreds of millions of pounds of investment.

Axed: GSK has ditched plans for a £350m investment in its Ulverston site

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 Axed: GSK has ditched plans for a £350m investment in its Ulverston site
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Axed: GSK has ditched plans for a £350m investment in its Ulverston site
Community leaders speak out on GSK axing Ulverston investment
A COMMUNITY has been left shellshocked after a promise of more jobs, massive investment and prosperity was whipped out from under their feet.

Life savers: A blood donation sessions will take place at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston tomorrow SHEENAH ALCOCK

 Life savers: A blood donation sessions will take place at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston tomorrow SHEENAH ALCOCK
Life savers: A blood donation sessions will take place at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston tomorrow SHEENAH ALCOCK
Blood donor sessions to be held in Ulverston
THE National Blood Service will be holding blood donor sessions tomorrow and again next month.

Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS

Team spirit: From left: Lucas Manson, Jacob Wills, Luke Burbridge and Harrison Ross enjoy the Tri-Golf competition with Yarlside DAVID HOLLINS

On the ball: Ashlin Binu, from Dane Ghyll, in hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Playing the Long game: Walney School's Ben Longmire in table cricket action DAVID HOLLINS

Happy hockey: The Dane Ghyll hockey team at the Cumbria School Games. They are (beck, from left): Will McNally, Jack Dixon, Jack Tyerman. Front: Holly Woolveridge, Ashlin Binu and Sophie Ackred DAVID HOLLINS

Full of cheer: St Bernard's Leo Cheung enjoying the boccia competition DAVID HOLLINS

Paddle do: St Barnard's Bradley Walsh takes part in the table tennis competition DAVID HOLLINS

Good effort: The Millom St James tennis team, who finished at runner-up at the Cumbria School Games. They are (from left): Reuben Lupton, Hannah Thompson, Madison Gooding and Jack Barker SUBMITTED

Sticking with it: Dane Ghyll's Holly Woolveridge in hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Big hitter: Lindal and Marton's Daniel Marshall on the hockey pitch DAVID HOLLINS

On a roll: The St Bernard's School boccia team DAVID HOLLINS

Stuck in: Flynn Manihera, from Thomlinson Junior School (left) and Ashlin Binu, from Dane Ghyll, compete in the hockey DAVID HOLLINS

Knagging talent: Victoria Academy's Olivia Knagg takes part in the Tri-Golf at the Cumbria School Games DAVID HOLLINS

Jolly Molly: Yarlside Academy's Molly Hegginbottom in the Tri-Golf competition DAVID HOLLINS

Heaps of talent: Lindal and Marton's Grace Heap on the ball DAVID HOLLINS

Thwack!: Millom St James tennis player Reuben Lupton at the Cumbria School Games SUBMITTED

Groundstrokes: Lindal and Marton's Harry Mayou in Quicksticks hockey action DAVID HOLLINS

Walney School's Josh Clarke takes part in the table cricket at the Cumbria School Games DAVID HOLLINS

Victoria victorious: Chloe Graham in Tri-Golf action for the winning Victoria Academy team DAVID HOLLINS

Good strokes: Millom St James tennis player Hannah Thompson at the Cumbria School Games SUBMITTED

Quick pace: Action from the Tr-Golf finals DAVID HOLLINS

 Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS
Great time: Victoria Academy Tri-Golf players Olivia Knag (left) and Chloe Graham DAVID HOLLINS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness produce stout defence of Cumbria School Games title
FURNESS produced a sterling defence of their Cumbria School Games crown - handing over the title to new champions Eden after a great battle.

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Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock.

JON GRANGER

 Artist’s impression of what the new GSK Ulverston biopharm site will look like.S26897B.jpg
Artist’s impression of what the new GSK Ulverston biopharm site will look like.S26897B.jpg
Future of GSK in Ulverston in doubt as firm scraps plans for new £350m plant
THE pharmaceutical giant, GSK, has pulled out of its commitment to building a new £350m biopharm drugs facility in Ulverston as well as throwing doubt on the future of the town’s existing site.