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Went missing: Chris Dixon

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Investigation: Police at the scene

 Went missing: Chris Dixon
Went missing: Chris Dixon
Body found next to railway line is missing Barrow dad Chris Dixon
Police confirm identity of man found dead yesterday

Police at the scene. LEANNE BOLGER

Police at the scene. LEANNE BOLGER

 Police at the scene. LEANNE BOLGER
Police at the scene. LEANNE BOLGER
Train passenger who saw body: 'Why did it take two reported sightings for a proper search to be carried out?'
Two passengers spotted the body on two separate days but first sighting was dismissed by Network Rail as a 'pile of rubbish'

Support: MP John Woodcock with Glenn and Julie Doherty of the rapidly expanding Plastic Bottle Company

MILTON HAWORTH

Delighted: Julie and Glenn Doherty at their rapidly expanding Plastic Bottle Company in Ulverston

MILTON HAWORTH

 Support: MP John Woodcock with Glenn and Julie Doherty of the rapidly expanding Plastic Bottle Company MILTON HAWORTH
Support: MP John Woodcock with Glenn and Julie Doherty of the rapidly expanding Plastic Bottle Company MILTON HAWORTH
From eBay home orders to a turnover approaching £3m – how Ulverston couple beat the odds to build their business
The company has today opened its expanded premises

Real man: A sailor with a beard like this would have saved a marriage at Millom SUBMITTED beard-nov-17

Ship Ahoy: A schooner like these would have brought the beard-loving wife to Millom in 1899 SUBMITTED beard-nov-17

Marriage over: The last time a Welsh sailor saw his wife was at Millom station SUBMITTED beard-nov-17

Clean shaven: Short hair and a close shave was available from John Wilding and Billy Wilding in Market Street, Ulverston SUBMITTED beard-nov-17

Nice trim: Barrow hairdresser Richard Nicholson, originally from Cleator Moor, was known as 'The Barber' or 'Mr Rugby' BY ROY CHATFIELD

Male grooming: Hairdresser Don Eggerton, of Buccleuch Street, Barrow BY ROY CHATFIELD

 Real man: A sailor with a beard like this would have saved a marriage at Millom SUBMITTED beard-nov-17
Real man: A sailor with a beard like this would have saved a marriage at Millom SUBMITTED beard-nov-17
Marriage cut short: Wife couldn't stand man without whiskers
It seems that what every Victorian woman really wanted was a man with a bushy beard - and one wife was ready to dump her husband for being short in the whisker department.

On duty: An Edwardian postcard image of a postman in the Ulverston area SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

Working days: A staff register covering the Furness area and dated 1884 SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

New recruits: A register giving detail of new starters with the Post Office in Furness in Victorian times SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

Expansion: Details of moves to open a sub-post office at Holborn Hill, Millom SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

Days off: A record of time off taken by postal workers from the 1890s onwards SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

Country rounds: A rural postman in the Millom area around 1910 SUBMITTED postal-nov-17

 On duty: An Edwardian postcard image of a postman in the Ulverston area SUBMITTED postal-nov-17
On duty: An Edwardian postcard image of a postman in the Ulverston area SUBMITTED postal-nov-17
Lives of Furness postal workers revealed in latest arrival at Cumbria Archives
A unique view of rules, regulations and punishments handed out to early postal workers in Furness is provided by a group of ledgers which are among the newest arrivals at Cumbria Archives.

Busy fingers:The RAF Alda Willacy with some of her wooden toys at a craft fair in 2007 at the Ireleth Temperance Hall EM ARCHIVE

 Busy fingers:The RAF Alda Willacy with some of her wooden toys at a craft fair in 2007 at the Ireleth Temperance Hall EM ARCHIVE
Busy fingers:The RAF Alda Willacy with some of her wooden toys at a craft fair in 2007 at the Ireleth Temperance Hall EM ARCHIVE
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO

Brewery Street Car Park in Ulverston

 Brewery Street Car Park in Ulverston
Brewery Street Car Park in Ulverston
What dates and where can I park for free in south Cumbria and the Lake District town centres?
Council releases its free festive parking schedule as the countdown to Christmas begins

Online success: From left, volunteers Barrie Wendt, Helen Gordon, David Townson, Charles Reed and shop manager Jill Ambrose at Ulverston Oxfam

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Taking stock: Volunteer Helen Gordon, left, and shop manager Jill Ambrose

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Hi-tech: Adding items to the online shop is volunteer Charles Reed

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Sales boom: Ulverston Oxfam's online sorting area

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Volunteer: Anne Williams at the shop

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Strategy: Volunteer Helen Gordon and shop manager Jill Ambrose

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 Online success: From left, volunteers Barrie Wendt, Helen Gordon, David Townson, Charles Reed and shop manager Jill Ambrose at Ulverston Oxfam LINDSEY DICKINGS
Online success: From left, volunteers Barrie Wendt, Helen Gordon, David Townson, Charles Reed and shop manager Jill Ambrose at Ulverston Oxfam LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston charity starts at home as Oxfam shop boasts best online sales in the country
In just three years the store has gone from the doldrums to making record-breaking profits.

Labour MP Frank Field. PA Wire

 Labour MP Frank Field. PA Wire
Labour MP Frank Field. PA Wire
MPs back calls to cut universal credit waiting time
They want it reduced from six weeks to a month

Well-respected: Greg Unsworth made a big impact during his time at Crooklands Casuals CHRIS WARNER

 Well-respected: Greg Unsworth made a big impact during his time at Crooklands Casuals CHRIS WARNER
Well-respected: Greg Unsworth made a big impact during his time at Crooklands Casuals CHRIS WARNER
Furness Premier League to remember Crooklands and Dalton coach Greg
GREG Unsworth will be in the thoughts of everyone connected with Crooklands Casuals during tomorrow’s first and reserve team games, following his death this week.

Kaye Smith, 49, of Trinkeld Avenue, Swarthmoor, pleaded guilty to drink driving ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE

 Kaye Smith, 49, of Trinkeld Avenue, Swarthmoor, pleaded guilty to drink driving ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Kaye Smith, 49, of Trinkeld Avenue, Swarthmoor, pleaded guilty to drink driving ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Ulverston woman caught drink driving twice in seven years banned
A DRINK driver who was caught almost three-and-a-half times over the legal limit had been banned years earlier.

Police at the scene

 Police at the scene
Police at the scene
UPDATE 10.30pm: National Rail reports train disruption now cleared after body found near Barrow station
Trains between Barrow and Ulverston are expected to return to normal tomorrow morning (Friday November 17), according to the National Rail website.

South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow

 South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
Coach driver, 72, who crashed en route to Cartmel Racecourse keeps licence
He collided with a Jaguar XF while overtaking traffic

Support: Brathay Trust's Be SAVY programme makes a positive difference to vulnerable young people

Helping chilren: Jacqueline Wallace, Brathay's Cumbria projects manager

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Commitment: Police and crime commissioner, Peter McCall

Tom Kay

 Support: Brathay Trust's Be SAVY programme makes a positive difference to vulnerable young people
Support: Brathay Trust's Be SAVY programme makes a positive difference to vulnerable young people
Cash secured to continue Brathay Trust's work to prevent sexual exploitation of children
Be SAVY programme encourages youngsters to 'Be safe and value yourself'

Preston Crown Court

 Preston Crown Court
Preston Crown Court
Court date for man accused of carrying stanley knife on Walney
A MAN accused of carrying a stanley knife on Walney will appear in crown court.

Chicken liver pate Kings Arms Ulverston review

chilli con carne Kings Arms Ulverston review

Thai pork burger at Kings Arms Ulverston review

Newly refurbished Kings Arms in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

 Chicken liver pate Kings Arms Ulverston review
Chicken liver pate Kings Arms Ulverston review
Food review: All hail return of the King's
King's Arms, Ulverston

On duty: Cumbria's Chief Constable Craig Mackey, right, at St Francis Church, Barrow, in 2007, for a question and answer session on community policing

 On duty: Cumbria's Chief Constable Craig Mackey, right, at St Francis Church, Barrow, in 2007, for a question and answer session on community policing
On duty: Cumbria's Chief Constable Craig Mackey, right, at St Francis Church, Barrow, in 2007, for a question and answer session on community policing
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS AGO

Stretching out: Madeleine Ogden enjoys the gymnastic s coaching in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS

Well-poised: Sophia Walker shows good balance LINDSEY DICKINGS

Steady as he goes: Maxwell Muldoon-Smith learns to balance LINDSEY DICKINGS

Walk tall: Rosie Simpson practices her stretch walking during a floor basics session at Ulverston Leisure Centre LINDSEY DICKINGS

Put your hands up: Matilda Alloway practices her stretch walking LINDSEY DICKINGS

Rolling Ruby: Ruby Hewitt learns to forward roll Thursday LINDSEY DICKINGS

On a roll: Children learn to do forward rolls with coach Naomi Wojcik LINDSEY DICKINGS

Over she goes: Coach Naomi Wojcik helps Suzie Doyle do a forward roll at Ulverston Leisure Centre LINDSEY DICKINGS

Gym-tastic: Some of the children who have enjoyed gymnastics coaching at Ulverston Leisure Centre LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Stretching out: Madeleine Ogden enjoys the gymnastic s coaching in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
Stretching out: Madeleine Ogden enjoys the gymnastic s coaching in Ulverston LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Ulverston gymnasts coming on leaps and bounds
GYMNASTICS has really taken off at Ulverston Leisure Centre this year.

South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow

 South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow
Mother dishonestly claimed more than £30,000 in benefits over two years
A MOTHER to a six-week-old baby has been spared jail after fraudulently claiming more than £30,000 in benefits.
Condoms, noodles and cheese: Some of the unusual items convicted shoplifters have stolen in Barrow
Ice cream, a broom, cheese, expensive honey and a Dyson are some of the stolen items

Tour de force: Ann Wilson has written a book about her epic cycle journey

LEANNE BOLGER

Around the world: Ann spent 13 months travelling through 20 countries

LEANNE BOLGER

Free wheeling: Ann's route across three continents

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Stories: Ann says her favourite place was Iran because of the hospitality of the people

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 Tour de force: Ann Wilson has written a book about her epic cycle journey LEANNE BOLGER
Tour de force: Ann Wilson has written a book about her epic cycle journey LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston mum-of-two pens a book about her year-long cycle ride around the world
The Lightburn Avenue resident cycled 10,382 miles through Europe, Asia, the Middle East and America
Trial to continue today of Ulverston 'cocktail club' members accused of assault
Group who go out wearing dinner jackets deny

Shane Byrne,partnership manager at Jobcentre Plus. (Picture LOUISE PORTER).

 Shane Byrne,partnership manager at Jobcentre Plus. (Picture LOUISE PORTER).
Shane Byrne,partnership manager at Jobcentre Plus. (Picture LOUISE PORTER).
Delight as unemployment falls in Cumbria
Unemployment has fallen in Cumbria, with almost 100 fewer claims made during October.

Next generation: Blossom Howell (left) and Zak Wright have taken up the whistle LEANNE BOLGER

On the other side of the whistle: Zak Wright in action for Askam Under-14s this season LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Next generation: Blossom Howell (left) and Zak Wright have taken up the whistle LEANNE BOLGER
Next generation: Blossom Howell (left) and Zak Wright have taken up the whistle LEANNE BOLGER
Askam youngsters blazing a trail as RL referees
TWO Askam juniors are among those blazing a trail for the next generation as rugby league match officials.

Last chance: South Cumbrian and North Lancashire rail enthusiasts take a last steam ride to the old Glasson Dock station in the 1960s before the last of the tracks are lifted SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Special visitor: South Cumbrian and North Lancashire rail enthusiasts wait for a ride on Flying Scotsman at Arnside in the 1960s SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Tourist hub: Ulverston railway station was the gateway to the southern Lake District for trippers wanting to sail on Windermere SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Steam era: Carriages at Windermere station around 1910 SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Next stop: Carriages would wait for rail visitors to arrive at Windermere SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Next stop: This kind of "totem" platform sign was a common sight in the 1950s and 1960s SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

Keeping records: A Furness Railway luggage label for a passenger heading to Haverthwaite SUBMITTED rail-nov-15

 Last chance: South Cumbrian and North Lancashire rail enthusiasts take a last steam ride to the old Glasson Dock station in the 1960s before the last of the tracks are lifted SUBMITTED rail-nov-15
Last chance: South Cumbrian and North Lancashire rail enthusiasts take a last steam ride to the old Glasson Dock station in the 1960s before the last of the tracks are lifted SUBMITTED rail-nov-15
Nostalgic rail trip from Morecambe to Windermere in the last days of steam
IN an era of strikes, old trains and cancelled services in South Cumbria it is refreshing to be told about an era 50 years ago when our railways kept heavy freight traffic off the roads and you could have a day trip from Morecambe to Windermere - to ride on the lake cruisers.

Important dates: Artist Chris Benefield holds up the official Ulverston Christmas card for 2007

 Important dates: Artist Chris Benefield holds up the official Ulverston Christmas card for 2007
Important dates: Artist Chris Benefield holds up the official Ulverston Christmas card for 2007
Do you remember when? A look back at what was happening 10, 25 and 50 years ago
10 YEARS

Launch: John Duffin's 2018 Calendar

Tower power: The front cover features five landmark structures from around Furness

Lighting the way: Walney Lighthouse Winter (Oil 2012)

Iconic: The Sir John Barrow Monument, Ulverston (Oil 2009)

Praise be: St James's Church (Watercolour)

Distinctive: Rampside Summer (Oil 2012)

Midnight rambler: Roanhead Night (Oil 2010)

Duke spirit: Duke Street After Rain (small version) Oil 2012

Combe with a view: Black Combe from Earnse Bay (Oil 2016)

 Launch: John Duffin's 2018 Calendar
Launch: John Duffin's 2018 Calendar
WIN: Signed copies of John Duffin's 2018 calendar up for grabs
The acclaimed Barrow artist returns with a calendar for 2018

Mystery: Kittens Tim, left, and Willow. The two cats died following a suspected poisoning in Ulverston.

Hannah Newcombe

Much loved: Kittens Willow, front, and Tim

Hannah Newcombe

Repeat circumstances: Willow, was the second cat to become seriously ill

Hannah Newcombe

Kidney failure: Tim was the first kitten to become ill and had to be put down

Hannah Newcombe

 Mystery: Kittens Tim, left, and Willow. The two cats died following a suspected poisoning in Ulverston. Hannah Newcombe
Mystery: Kittens Tim, left, and Willow. The two cats died following a suspected poisoning in Ulverston. Hannah Newcombe
Heartbroken Ulverston family mourns the loss of two kittens following suspected poisoning
Nine-month-old brother and sister Willow and Tim both died in the space of a week

Adam Atkinson as George Deever and Chris Barron as Joe Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Duncan Lindsay as Chris Keller and Hannah Mitchell as Ann Deever in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Ceri Hutton as Kate Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Hayley Parsons as Lydia Lubey and Adam Atkinson as George Deever in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Hannah Mitchell as Ann Deever in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

From left at back Duncan Lindsay, Chris Barron, John Brice, Paul Jordin and Adam Atkinson. In front Hannah Mitchell, Ceri Hutton, Jenny Schofield and Hayley Parsons in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Ceri Hutton as Kate Keller and Chris Barron as Joe Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Paul Jordin as Frank Lubey and Chris Barron as Joe Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Ceri Hutton as Kate Keller and Duncan Lindsay as Chris Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

Jenny Schofield as Sue Bayliss and John Brice as Dr. Jim Bayliss in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders

 Adam Atkinson as George Deever and Chris Barron as Joe Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders
Adam Atkinson as George Deever and Chris Barron as Joe Keller in All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders
REVIEW: Outsiders' take on Arthur Miller play is an all-round success
All My Sons, by Ulverston Outsiders, runs at the Coronation Hall until Friday November 17

A picture of tapas posted to Rioja's Facebook page

 A picture of tapas posted to Rioja's Facebook page
A picture of tapas posted to Rioja's Facebook page
Date revealed for highly-anticipated opening of new Ulverston restaurant
Rioja is housed in the former HSBC building in New Market Street
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