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Traffic and travel news for South Cumbria
HERE is the latest traffic and travel news for Cumbria.

View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER

Brief Encounters clock at Carnforth Railway Station. BILL MYERS

 View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER
View of Barrow Railway Station. JON GRANGER
How do local railway stations rate as 'destinations'?
MORE "destination stations" are needed to encourage shoppers as well as passengers, according to the head of Network Rail.
Weather for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District
HERE is the latest weather forecast for Barrow, Ulverston, Millom, Grange and the Lake District.

HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST

AT THE DOUBLE Connor Smith celebrates scoring his firts and Celtic’s second CHRIS WEST

NOT THIS TIME Barrow Celtic’s Zak Parker tries to go round a Cavs defende CHRIS WEST

FIRST TO THE BALL Furness Cavs' Matty Greg CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Celtic’s Jack Duigan. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Match action . 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

BARROW CELTIC / FURNESS CAVALIERS RESERVES. Newby Terrace, Barrow. Cav’s Jamie Wright. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

 HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST
HANDY ANDY Andrew Hainey scores Barrow Celtic’s first goal in their 6-0 hammering of Furness Cavaliers reserves at Newby Terrace CHRIS WEST
Hainey grabs hat-trick as Barrow Celtic hit Furness Cavaliers reserves for six
BARROW Celtic kept up their 100 per cent record in the Furness Premier League with a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Furness Cavaliers Reserves at Newby Terrace.

MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST

HOWZAT Kirkby wicket-keeper James Thornton and slip Paul Fugler appeas for an lbw against Lindal's Eddie Waind

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Kirkby’s Mike Fugler. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Sam Beckman. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Kirkby’s Tom Marshall. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Callum McDougall. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

KIRKBY / LINDAL MOOR. Kirkby. Lindal’s Sam Beckman. 27th August 2016. CHRIS WEST

 MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST
MIDDLE OF THE BAT Lindal’s Mark Daly batting during their victory over Kirkby on Saturday CHRIS WEST
Furness lose grip on North Lancs League crown as Workington clinch double
NINE-MAN Dalton, not surprisingly, could not prevent Workington from being crowned North Lancs and Cumbria League Premier Division champions.

The kitchen devastated by a fire at Birkett Drive in Ulverston.

 The kitchen devastated by a fire at Birkett Drive in Ulverston.
The kitchen devastated by a fire at Birkett Drive in Ulverston.
Picture shows scene of devastation after fire destroys kitchen at Ulverston home
A PHOTOGRAPH of a kitchen devastated by a fire at a home in Ulverston has been published.

Evening Mail reporter Emma Preston at the top of Scafell Pike

Jo Davies with Patterdale terrier Meg

Machu Picchu Peru

 Evening Mail reporter Emma Preston at the top of Scafell Pike
Evening Mail reporter Emma Preston at the top of Scafell Pike
Evening Mail reporter prepares to Go for Jo in Peru
SINCE she passed away last August, Jo Davies’ memory has inspired her family, friends and colleagues to raise more than £32,000 in her name.

CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Groom Charlotte Jones and Sam Twiston-Davies with Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Lord Cavendish is presented with an award by Peter Airey in appreciation of the recognition of mares-only races Photo: Milton Haworth

Captain Brown after he made it three in a row for trainer James Moffatt Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Sam Twiston Davies on Captain Brown Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

New racing assistant Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

Racecourse staff Chloe Booth and Hannah Julian Photo: Milton Haworth

The huge crowd in the stand enjoy the fourth race Photo: Milton Haworth

Up, over and clear during the third race Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

Denise, Isaabelle and Dory Rowley from Ulverston Photo: Milton Haworth

Soldiers from the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment based at Barrow, Lee McDonald and Daniel Atkinson Photo: Milton Haworth

Photo: Milton Haworth

 CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
CELEBRATING Having a 21st birthday party at Cartmel Races are, from left, Bethany Maddran, Olivia Keighley, Heather Ferguson, Sally Mounsey and Gabriella Parkinson Photo: Milton Haworth
Glorious weather boosts spirits at Cartmel
CROWDS headed to South Cumbria's iconic racetrack as glorious weather and high quality racing provided one of the best days of entertainment of the whole summer.
Guide: Some of the best beer gardens in South Cumbria
AS the sun makes a welcome appearance, here are some of the best beer gardens to visit today in South Cumbria.

FUNDRAISER Holly Bretnall of Whicham Valley JON GRANGER

Holly Bretnall

 FUNDRAISER Holly Bretnall of Whicham Valley JON GRANGER
FUNDRAISER Holly Bretnall of Whicham Valley JON GRANGER
Millom woman sacrifices hip-length hair in memory of a "wonderful man"
A YOUNG woman is preparing to chop off her two-foot long locks to raise money in memory of a friend who died earlier this year.

ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show

Sisters Zara, Leah and Anya Clough, of Marton, with their grey ponies

Jackie Purnell, of Boot, won a first with her collie, Harry

Melody Watson, from Roose, with first prize-winning Shire, Duke

Sisters Freya Macdonald and Olivia Robinson with the prize-winning old English gamecock

Treecarver Tom Smith, from Bouth, at work

Six-year-old Holly Dilks on George

Corney Mill Melody shown by Gillian Nicholson

The Shire horses attracted a huge crowd

Gay Goodson, from Grizedale, weaves an oak swill basket

Pals Bella Parsons, of Broughton, and Megan Roper, from Ulverston, tuck into a hot dog

Isabell Jordan with Aggie

Orchard Donkey Sanctuary

Crowds enjoy the warm weather

Fun on the climbing frame

 ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show
ENTERTAINING Millom and Broughton Agricultural Show
Delighted visitors bask in summer sun at agricultural show
FAMILIES basked in the sunshine at one of the county's favourite agricultural shows.

Seathwaite Church in the Duddon Valley SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27

The steam yacht Gondola on Coniston Water EM ARCHIVE lonsdale-aug-27

Gleaston castle SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27

Grizedale Hall during its time as a Second World War prison camp SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27

A worker at Backbarrow Blue Mills in the 1970s SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27

A silver penny of King Edward I who reigned from 1272 to 1307 and gave Ulverston its market charter SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27

 Seathwaite Church in the Duddon Valley SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27
Seathwaite Church in the Duddon Valley SUBMITTED lonsdale-aug-27
Duddon Valley starts Ulverston lecture series
THE story of the Duddon Valley starts the autumn programme of talks for an Ulverston-based local history group.

The Taste of India in Askam

Chicken tikka bhuna

Chicken tikka chaat

Chicken tandoori starter

Chicken tikka special

 The Taste of India in Askam
The Taste of India in Askam
FOOD REVIEW: Askam's 'Curry 10 Metres' deserves greatest compliment
IT was a Sunday when history was made.

K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.

 K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.
K341654 Falstone Show. Sophie Hicks makes the most of the rain at Falstone Show.
WEATHER FORECAST Millom, Ulverston, Barrow, Dalton and South Lakes
WEATHER Watch
#IAmTeamGB launches nation's biggest sports day
TO celebrate the Olympics and Paralympics, the nation’s biggest sports day is happening this month with a host of events taking place in Barrow and across Cumbria.

Ulverston Inshore Rescue Team

 Ulverston Inshore Rescue Team
Ulverston Inshore Rescue Team
Ulverston Inshore Rescue nominated for a Heart of Ulverston Award
A GROUP of volunteers have been praised for their selfless actions and complete dedication to keeping their community safe.

ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson

 ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson
ON TARGET Cavaliers goal scorer Kyle Delves Bill Watkinson
Furness Cavaliers aiming to build on derby win in West Lancs League
FURNESS Cavaliers have enjoyed a decent start to the season and that continued with a nail-biting derby victory over Furness Rovers.

Furness Academy head girl and boy Lydia Shepherd and Hanley Campbell

 Furness Academy head girl and boy Lydia Shepherd and Hanley Campbell
Furness Academy head girl and boy Lydia Shepherd and Hanley Campbell
GCSE eight-page supplement - download your digital copy here
IN today's Evening Mail we've published a special eight-page supplement full of pictures and GCSE results.

Roadworks on the A590 at Red Syke bridge

 Roadworks on the A590 at Red Syke bridge
Roadworks on the A590 at Red Syke bridge
Planned roadworks for M6 motorway and A590 in Cumbria
A NUMBER of roadworks are expected to cause delays on the M6 and A590 in Cumbria over the coming week.

Cai Williams celebrating his GCSE results with Jessica Johnson at Furness Academy

 Cai Williams celebrating his GCSE results with Jessica Johnson at Furness Academy
Cai Williams celebrating his GCSE results with Jessica Johnson at Furness Academy
First minister ambitions for successful Barrow GCSE student
A TOP Barrow GCSE achiever has ambitions to swap school assemblies for the Welsh Assembly and become First Minister for Wales.

Football hooligan Daniel Thompson

Daniel David Thompson

BARROW AFC -- Holker Street Tuesday 26th July 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Barrow AFC Paul Cox during the match against Carlisle in July

Daniel David Thompson took to Facebook to mock the judge who handed him a three-year banning order.

Daniel David Thompson took to Facebook to mock the judge who handed him a three-year banning order.

 Football hooligan Daniel Thompson
Football hooligan Daniel Thompson
Barrow football hooligan mocks judge who banned him for three years
A BARROW AFC hooligan from Lindal took only minutes to mock the judge who barred him from all matches for three years.

UVHS pupils Cameron Boyd and Lewis Croasdale

John Ruskin School head girl and head boy, Samantha Lafferty and Callum Slater

 UVHS pupils Cameron Boyd and Lewis Croasdale
UVHS pupils Cameron Boyd and Lewis Croasdale
South Lakes pupils prepare for world of work
AS pupils across the south Lakes finally opened their GCSE results many were already set on heading for sixth form or college.

Daniel David Thomson

Holker Street Tuesday 26th July 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Daniel David Thomson
Daniel David Thomson
Barrow football hooligan banned for three years
A FOOTBALL hooligan has been slapped with a three year banning order for troublemaking at matches.

Aan exfoliating daily wash containing microbeads. PHOTO: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Kate Rawles (Submitted picture)

Protecting the creatures of our shores – the dunes at Roanhead. PHOTO: BILL MYERS

 Aan exfoliating daily wash containing microbeads. PHOTO: Yui Mok/PA Wire
Aan exfoliating daily wash containing microbeads. PHOTO: Yui Mok/PA Wire
Call to ban deadly plastics praised by Ulverston academic
EXPERTS have warned that the continued use of microbeads in our cosmetics could pose a risk to wildlife and humans.

Heart of Ulvertson logo

 Heart of Ulvertson logo
Heart of Ulvertson logo
Nominations are still open for The 2016 Heart of Ulverston Awards - here's how you can nominate your local hero
A CELEBRATION of the people of Ulverston and the surrounding villages, is celebrating its fourth year.

SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes

Gabriella Hotchkiss, Adam McQuistan, Kathryn Fisher and Callum Caldwell

From left, Louis Langhorn, Oliver Fenton, Rory Anderson

Louis Langhorn, Oliver Fenton, Rory Anderson

Gabriella Hotchkiss, left, and Kathryn Fisher

Iesha Choudhury

Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes

 SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes
SMILES From left, Violet Musgrave and Caitlin Fawkes
Dalton school smashes GCSE records
DEPARTING pupils at a Dalton school left a lasting legacy as they achieved the highest GCSE results in their school's history.

CELEBRATING Abbi McLaughlan and Kieran McCormack

Amy Henry who achieved three A*s, five As, a B and a C at Walney School.

 CELEBRATING Abbi McLaughlan and Kieran McCormack
CELEBRATING Abbi McLaughlan and Kieran McCormack
Stunning GCSE performances celebrated at Walney
WALNEY students who were shaking as they opened their GCSE results breathed a sigh of relief as they took in their stunning achievements.

The GCSE results at St Bernard's Catholic High Schoo'

 The GCSE results at St Bernard's Catholic High Schoo'
The GCSE results at St Bernard's Catholic High Schoo'
Head praises Barrow pupils' wonderful achievements
STUDENTS let out shrieks of joy and others were left speechless by their GCSE achievements at a Barrow school.

UVHS Tom Maddock CHRIS WEST

Sophie Wilson and Isobel Bryson

Pupils collect their results

Rachel Carey congratulates Kai Stringer

Alice Steen

 UVHS Tom Maddock CHRIS WEST
UVHS Tom Maddock CHRIS WEST
Ulverston Victoria High School pupils rewrite record books with GCSE results
PUPILS at a South Lakes school have exceeded all expectations and set a new record for GCSE results.

LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

One of the shops operated by the Dalton Co-operative Society SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

A branch store of the Swarthmoor and Ulverston Co-operative Society SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

The Co-operative Society home and spa hotel at Gilsland, in Cumberland, in the 1920s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

The Barrow Co-operative Society management committee SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

An Evening Mail advertisement for Ulverston District Co-operative Society jobs in June 1966 SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25

 LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25
LEISURE ACTVITIES Barrow Co-Operative Drama Group in 1950s SUBMITTED jobs-aug-25
No chance of equal pay in 1960s
CO-OPERATIVE stores had a reputation for being progressive in the way they looked after staff and customers but 50 years ago were still a long way from pay equality between men and women.