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Sentenced: Jack Baxter

 Sentenced: Jack Baxter
Sentenced: Jack Baxter
Ulverston man jailed after admitting sex offences involving 13-year-old girl
The Special Constable from Ulverston had been on duty with Lancashire police when he committed the offences

Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail.

 Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail.
Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail.
'Not good enough': Northern's frank admissions over series of rail failures
BOSSES at a railway operator plagued with problems in Furness have admitted "it's not good enough."

Cover story: Queen's guide to the sands, Cedric Robinson, was signing copies of his latest book in 2007, called Between The Tides

 Cover story: Queen's guide to the sands, Cedric Robinson, was signing copies of his latest book in 2007, called Between The Tides
Cover story: Queen's guide to the sands, Cedric Robinson, was signing copies of his latest book in 2007, called Between The Tides
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO

Write lines: Karen Osman, an Ulverston-born author who has signed a three-book publishing deal

Front cover of The Good Morther, author Karen Osman's first novel. Photo: Head of Zeus publishing.

 Write lines: Karen Osman, an Ulverston-born author who has signed a three-book publishing deal
Write lines: Karen Osman, an Ulverston-born author who has signed a three-book publishing deal
Ulverston author wins international competition to secure three-book publishing deal
Her first novel draws inspiration from books such as Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train

Fish and Chips enjoyed on the beach

Trip Advisor

 Fish and Chips enjoyed on the beach
Fish and Chips enjoyed on the beach
Trip Advisor's top ten chippies in South Cumbria
FISH and chip Friday is a tradition among many families but finding the freshest fish and crispiest chips can often be a challenge.

Kicking it off: Competitors in action in the Ulverston Tri Club Autumn Kickstarter duathlon STEVE TYSON

 Kicking it off: Competitors in action in the Ulverston Tri Club Autumn Kickstarter duathlon STEVE TYSON
Kicking it off: Competitors in action in the Ulverston Tri Club Autumn Kickstarter duathlon STEVE TYSON
Benson enjoys winning kickstart to Ulverston Tri Club duathlon series
ULVERTON Tri Club kicked off their Winter Duathlon Series in perfect conditions.

Honoured: Dr Michael Jeschke (second from right) with BAE Systems staff (far left to fourth from left) after receiving their STEM Inspiration awards

 Honoured: Dr Michael Jeschke (second from right) with BAE Systems staff (far left to fourth from left) after receiving their STEM Inspiration awards
Honoured: Dr Michael Jeschke (second from right) with BAE Systems staff (far left to fourth from left) after receiving their STEM Inspiration awards
South Cumbria STEM scientist follows in famous footsteps at prestigious awards
Dr Michael Jeschke boldly goes where astronaut Tim Peake has gone before, and scoops top STEM award
Police appeal after taxis targeted
POLICE are investigating after three taxis were damaged after being parked in the same layby on Rayrigg Road, Bowness.

Police are investigating after money was stolen from a house in Worcester Street, Barrow

 Police are investigating after money was stolen from a house in Worcester Street, Barrow
Police are investigating after money was stolen from a house in Worcester Street, Barrow
Police investigating Barrow burglary
POLICE are investigating after money was stolen from a house in Barrow.

President of the Rotary Club of Furness Gordon Turner welcomes mayor of Barrow Tony Callister to a weemeeting

 President of the Rotary Club of Furness Gordon Turner welcomes mayor of Barrow Tony Callister to a weemeeting
President of the Rotary Club of Furness Gordon Turner welcomes mayor of Barrow Tony Callister to a weemeeting
Charity hears mayor's tale
A GENEROUS community group welcomed a town's mayor to one of their meetings.

England's hero: Curtis Anderson saved one penalty and scored another in the World Cup win over Japan AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA

 England's hero: Curtis Anderson saved one penalty and scored another in the World Cup win over Japan AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA
England's hero: Curtis Anderson saved one penalty and scored another in the World Cup win over Japan AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA
Ulverston keeper Anderson focused on World Cup quarter-finals after penalty heroics
HE was the penalty shootout hero in the last-16, now England goalkeeper Curtis Anderson wants to help the team into the semi-finals of the Under-17s World Cup.

Sarah McCormack, head gardener at Ford Park

 Sarah McCormack, head gardener at Ford Park
Sarah McCormack, head gardener at Ford Park
Gardening: Tree and flower varieties will bring welcome splash of colour to autumn borders
FOR me autumn is really singing now. The birds are less well screened as the leaves turn and fall, blackbirds and tits are out and about making the most of the autumn harvest.

Barrow train station LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Barrow train station LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow train station LINDSEY DICKINGS
Sick of the state of our railways? Here's how to have your say
Frustrated rail users will have the chance to make their voices heard

Nature's bounty: Youngsters from Burlington School at the harvest festival in 2007 held at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby

 Nature's bounty: Youngsters from Burlington School at the harvest festival in 2007 held at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby
Nature's bounty: Youngsters from Burlington School at the harvest festival in 2007 held at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby
10 YEARS AGO
Viewers in Copeland were the first in the country to lose the analogue television signal for BBC Two in favour of digital. The other channels would switch by November 14.

The A5087 Coast Road near Aldingham. Google Maps.

Car pictured lodged in fence on notorious South Cumbria road
Motorists spotted the stranded vehicle during morning commute

No escape: The 17ft whale killed at Ulverston was believed to be a rorqual SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Admission fee: You could see the Ulverston whale at the Gill if you paid threepence SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Long ago: A mid-Victorian map showing the Gill and the central streets of Ulverston SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Big trouble: A wronged wife arrived at Ulverston railway station ready to confront her husband and the other woman who claimed to be his bride SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Money down: Police officers looked through a pub window at 2am to watch the card game "penny nap" being played SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Sporting town: Ulverston pole leaper Frank Philipson. Another pioneer of what became the pole jump found himself in trouble for allowing illegal card games SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Under attack: A traditional whaling scene where a hand-thrown harpoon was used SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Looking back: A late Victorian view of Market Place, Ulverston SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Different world: A view up Market Street, Ulverston, in the 1860s SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Action stations: The Ulverston fire brigade at the end of the 19th century SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Health facilities: The Ulverston Cottage Hospital SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

Emergency services: The Ulverston horse-drawn ambulance SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

No traffic: An empty Market Place at Ulverston in the 1860s SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19

 No escape: The 17ft whale killed at Ulverston was believed to be a rorqual SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19
No escape: The 17ft whale killed at Ulverston was believed to be a rorqual SUBMITTED horrible-oct-19
Beach crowds watch hunt for the Ulverston whale
THE hunt for a whale, a bullock with a wooden leg and a flash mob to support an abandoned wife are just a few of the strange occurrences which enlivened Victorian everyday life in Ulverston.

Phibes at Monster Monster (photo by Graham Wynne Photography)

Monster Monster event at Coronation Hall (photo by Graham Wynne)

 Phibes at Monster Monster (photo by Graham Wynne Photography)
Phibes at Monster Monster (photo by Graham Wynne Photography)
Rave of the Dead set to be Halloween hit in Ulverston
THE Rave of the Dead rocks up in Ulverston next week, and it's shaping up to be the biggest Halloween show in South Cumbria once again.

Aiding the cause: Ulverston Wolverines' Aiden Brown in action against Roose Pioneers

Rocco's rocking: Roose Pioneers' Rocco Brown tries to escape an Ulverston Wolverines tackle

All having fun:Mini RL teams celebrate a successful gala at Craven Park

Backing them all the way: Parents and supporters enjoy the day at Barrow Raiders

Gotcha!: Marsh Hornets' Henry Powell is closed down by the Hindpool Tigers defence

Breaking free: Hindpool Tigers' Isaac Clark goes on the attack against Marsh Hornets.

Get it away: Barrow Island's Joshua Smillie offloads against Dalton Dragons

Cunning Dragon: Dalton Dragons' Jay Mulama tries to evade the Barrow Island defence

Over it goes: Libby Powell passes the ball on for Dalton Dragons

Sharp thinking: Roose Pioneers' Blake Sharp on the run

Murphy's Law: Barrow Island's Mason Murphy breaks free against Dalton Dragons

Flying man: Wolverines's Mason Roberts is tackled

Grabbing hold: Ulverston Wolverines' Oliver Wilcox is tackled

Be Sharp: Blake Sharp on the ball for Roose

All Smiles: Barrow Island's Joshua Smillie on the ball against Dalton Dragons.

Players from Millom enjoy their day at Craven Park

Wolfpack: Ulverston Wolverines players with coach Neil Brown

 Aiding the cause: Ulverston Wolverines' Aiden Brown in action against Roose Pioneers
Aiding the cause: Ulverston Wolverines' Aiden Brown in action against Roose Pioneers
PICTURE SPECIAL: RL kids take over at Barrow Raiders
HUNDREDS of young rugby guns were on the field at Craven Park for the annual Barrow Youth League gala.

Expert advice: Super League player Will Maher (back right) and his teacher brother James (back left) during a rugby league session with children from Sir John Barrow School SIR JOHN BARROW SCHOOL

Pass master: Castleford Tigers prop Will Maher works with children from Sir John Barrow School SIR JOHN BARROW SCHOOL

Well-drilled: Will Maher working with the Sir John Barrow School pupils during an RL coaching session SIR JOHN BARROW SCHOOL

 Expert advice: Super League player Will Maher (back right) and his teacher brother James (back left) during a rugby league session with children from Sir John Barrow School SIR JOHN BARROW SCHOOL
Expert advice: Super League player Will Maher (back right) and his teacher brother James (back left) during a rugby league session with children from Sir John Barrow School SIR JOHN BARROW SCHOOL
Super League giant Will goes back to school to coach Ulverston youngsters
SUPER League ace Will Maher brought smiles to the faces of dozens of children during a special visit to an Ulverston school.

Wild is the wind: Waves crash on the coastline when Storm Aileen passed over the UK in September. More severe weather is forecast this weekend.

Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 Wild is the wind: Waves crash on the coastline when Storm Aileen passed over the UK in September. More severe weather is forecast this weekend. Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Wild is the wind: Waves crash on the coastline when Storm Aileen passed over the UK in September. More severe weather is forecast this weekend. Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
"If worst comes to worst" - communities prepare for arrival of Storm Brian
AS Cumbria prepares to batten down its hatches as the second winter storm of the season approaches communities are left wondering how prepared we are for more wet weather.

Famous son: An artist paints a massive mural of Stan Laurel on the side of the Roxy Cinema in Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

Author: Danny Lawrence with the statue of Stan Laurel at North Shields

Welcome home: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy on a visit to Ulverston in 1947

International fame: A young Stan Laurel

 Famous son: An artist paints a massive mural of Stan Laurel on the side of the Roxy Cinema in Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH
Famous son: An artist paints a massive mural of Stan Laurel on the side of the Roxy Cinema in Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH
Biography of Stan Laurel's father to be released tomorrow
AN insight into a flamboyant, multi-talented theatrical figure and father of a locally born comic actor is set to be released tomorrow.

Laurel and Hardy Statue, Ulverston SHEENAH ALCOCK REF:50011198B000.jpg

 Laurel and Hardy Statue, Ulverston SHEENAH ALCOCK REF:50011198B000.jpg
Laurel and Hardy Statue, Ulverston SHEENAH ALCOCK REF:50011198B000.jpg
FACTFILE: Stan Laurel's life
STAN Laurel - born Arthur Stanley Jefferson- was born June 16, 1890, and died February 23, 1965.

Dare devils run out to a diving board Salthill, Galway, Ireland, as Hurricane Ophelia batters the UK and Ireland.

Niall Carson/PA Wire

 Dare devils run out to a diving board Salthill, Galway, Ireland, as Hurricane Ophelia batters the UK and Ireland. Niall Carson/PA Wire
Dare devils run out to a diving board Salthill, Galway, Ireland, as Hurricane Ophelia batters the UK and Ireland. Niall Carson/PA Wire
Watch amazing footage showing Storm Ophelia crash over the Furness Peninsula
WITH Cumbria bracing itself for a weekend of wet and windy weather as a fresh storm front approaches footage has emerged of Storm Ophelia buffeting the Furness Peninsula.

Cumbria Police have released CCTV images of men sought in connection with a commercial burglary in North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston on July 25, 2017.

Investigation: Police have released images of men sought in connection with a burglary in Ulverston

Investigation: Police have released images of men sought in connection with a burglary in Ulverston

 Cumbria Police have released CCTV images of men sought in connection with a commercial burglary in North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston on July 25, 2017.
Cumbria Police have released CCTV images of men sought in connection with a commercial burglary in North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston on July 25, 2017.
Police make CCTV appeal over men sought following Ulverston burglary
OFFICERS investigating a burglary in Ulverston have released CCTV images of men sought in connection with the offence.

Joanne Hunter and Eamont Hunter from Grasmere Gingerbread.

 Joanne Hunter and Eamont Hunter from Grasmere Gingerbread.
Joanne Hunter and Eamont Hunter from Grasmere Gingerbread.
Lake District visitors given mouth-watering welcome to Cumbria
Visitors arriving at a Cumbrian rail station have a mouth-watering welcome to the Lake District.

Spot-kick hero: Curtis Anderson EMPICS/PA

 Spot-kick hero: Curtis Anderson EMPICS/PA
Spot-kick hero: Curtis Anderson EMPICS/PA
Ulverston keeper Anderson is England's shootout hero as they reach World Cup quarter-finals
CURTIS Anderson was the England hero as the Young Lions reached the quarter-finals of the Under-17s World Cup in India.

Home sweet home: Justine Steel in to her new home in Ulverston STEVE BARBER

 Home sweet home: Justine Steel in to her new home in Ulverston STEVE BARBER
Home sweet home: Justine Steel in to her new home in Ulverston STEVE BARBER
Housing grants to bring empty houses back into use
The Mail found 2,000 empty homes in south Cumbria in June

Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.

 Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.
Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.
Revealed: Cumbria service station named one of the best in the country
The services and farm shop at Tebay left motorists feeling very happy

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Ava Rees and Autumn Abernethy from Roose Community Primary School learn about forensic science and radiography with the University of Cumbria Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Marios Ntasis, Joshua Ainsworth and Jaiden Clarke from Greengate Junior School having fun on the BAE Systems table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: (l-r) Third year apprentice Tom Jefferson from Siemens working with Fergus Bell from Sir John Barrow Primary School, trying to pick up a block with a robotic arm. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils from Roose Community Primary School learn about forensic science and radiography with the University of Cumbria Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Trying to pick up a block with a robotic arm on the Siemens table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils from Greengate Junior School learning about the bones of animals on the Farming And Countryside Education table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Joshua Ainsworth, Jaiden Clarke and Marios Ntasis from Greengate Junior School having fun on the BAE Systems table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils from Greengate Junior School trying out a puzzle cube on the Gen2 table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupil Thomas Gay from Greengate Junior School learning about the bones of animals on the Farming And Countryside Education table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: (l-r) Third year apprentice Tom Jefferson from Siemens working with Fergus Bell and Jake Slee from Sir John Barrow Primary School, trying to pick up a block with a robotic arm. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Marios Ntasis, Joshua Ainsworth and Jaiden Clarke from Greengate Junior School having fun on the BAE Systems table Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Ava Rees and Autumn Abernethy from Roose Community Primary School learn about forensic science and radiography with the University of Cumbria Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Ava Rees and Autumn Abernethy from Roose Community Primary School learn about forensic science and radiography with the University of Cumbria Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
The Big Bang Fair at Furness College. Pictured: Pupils (l-r) Ava Rees and Autumn Abernethy from Roose Community Primary School learn about forensic science and radiography with the University of Cumbria Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Science and engineering brought to life at Big Bang Fair in Barrow
FASCINATED students saw science and engineering brought to life at the opening day of an exciting festival.

STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Barrow AFC roof damage. Credit: Barrow AFC

Barrow AFC roof damage. Credit: Barrow AFC

Barrow AFC roof damage. Credit: Barrow AFC

 STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
STORM DAMAGE --- Wilkie Road, Barrow, is closed off after the roof of the Barrow AFC's Brian Arrowsmith stand was damaged, during storm Ophelia. Tuesday 17th October 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
More stormy weather on the way in wake of Ophelia's trail of havoc
This weekend will see more bad weather sweep in with heavy wind and rain.
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