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Barrow fire station

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale who died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

A file photo of a firefighter's locker at Barrow Fire Station


          Barrow fire station
Barrow fire station
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow firefighters say 'There has never been a greater risk of dying in a fire'
IN the past five years, firefighter numbers in Cumbria have been cut by 49 while in the same period, fire-related deaths have increased to record levels. AMY FENTON speaks to firefighters on the front line and examines the links between the two

Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590

The diversion for Quebec Street

The diversion for the Swan Street closure

 Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590
Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590
More traffic chaos for the A590 at busy junction in Ulverston
TRAFFIC chaos will once more descend on the A590 when a major junction is closed for two weeks.

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

 The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Summer return for world famous Ukulele Orchestra
THE world famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain will be appearing in Cumbria later this year.
Ulverston drug-dealer ordered to repay £20,000 in three months
AN Ulverston woman convicted for drugs offences has been ordered to pay just under £20,000 or face nine months in prison.

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

 Common questions asked about Barrow
Common questions asked about Barrow
Some of the most popular questions Google is asked about Barrow, Ulverston & Millom
THE autocomplete function on Google can sometimes throw up some surprising suggestions.

Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure.

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 Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure. LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure. LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston Post Office closure came "out of the blue" according to workers union
THE UNION representing Ulverston Post Office staff fearing for their jobs has called for talks to try and find a positive way forward.

Pothole in Fenton Street, Barrow

Pothole at The Green, near Millom

Councillor Keith Little

Pothole and faded crossing in Fountain Street, Ulverston

 Pothole in Fenton Street, Barrow
Pothole in Fenton Street, Barrow
Warnings made of pothole 'tipping point' as funding allocation for Cumbria revealed
THE rising number and cost of potholes will reach a "tipping point" this year as funding for Cumbria is announced.

Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.

 Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.
Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.
Barrow man ordered to reduce alcohol intake after drunkenly kicking down a door
A DRUNK Barrow man has been ordered to "cut out" the alcohol after kicking down a door in a violent outburst.

MR PRESIDENT New Worcestershire president Norman Gifford during his playing career EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

 MR PRESIDENT New Worcestershire president Norman Gifford during his playing career EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
MR PRESIDENT New Worcestershire president Norman Gifford during his playing career EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Ulverston cricketing great Gifford named new Worcestershire president
ULVERSTON cricketing great Norman Gifford has been honoured for his years of service to Worcestershire by being named at the county’s new president.

Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

William Cavendish the 7th Duke of Devonshire SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, the 5th Duke of Buccleuch and 7th Duke of Queensbury SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

 Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18
Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18
A queue of lords for Barrow club's opening day
It was often said that gaining membership of the Barrow Working Men's Club was so hard that you needed to be a Lord to get in - hence the nickname of "House of Lords" for the recently fire-damaged building on Abbey Road.

Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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 Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam. JON GRANGER
Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam. JON GRANGER
PROPERTY: Askam cottage is a stunning mix of old and new
WITH three growing children, Teresa and James Clark knew when the time had come that their lovely house in Marton could no longer cope with the family’s needs. As they told SUSAN GOODSON, they found the perfect solution in a rare property

FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
FILM CREW AT CROWS NEST Film crew at the Crows nest pub Barrow island, FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling's bestselling detective novels, Barrow, Tuesday 17th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Filming in Barrow for BBC One adaptation of J.K. Rowling's detective novel
TV cameras and crews descended on Barrow Island today for the filming of a major new BBC1 TV adaptation of J.K Rowling’s bestselling detective novels.

Ulverston's First World War tank seen in Market Street in 1920 SUBMITTED tank-jan-17

Ulverston's First World War tank put in position in what was then Ellers Square in 1920 SUBMITTED tank-jan-17

 Ulverston's First World War tank seen in Market Street in 1920 SUBMITTED tank-jan-17
Ulverston's First World War tank seen in Market Street in 1920 SUBMITTED tank-jan-17
Tank lumbered through narrow Ulverston streets
THE arrival of Ulverston’s First World War tank caused quite a stir back in 1920.

Ulverston Victoria School teacher Ady Pierce of Barrow who appeared on ITV's Ninja Warrior

Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV

Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV

 Ulverston Victoria School teacher Ady Pierce of Barrow who appeared on ITV's Ninja Warrior
Ulverston Victoria School teacher Ady Pierce of Barrow who appeared on ITV's Ninja Warrior
Ulverston ninja warrior goes for prime-time glory
A SUPER-FIT teacher went for glory as he took part in a prime-time television show.

THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT Barrow Raiders commercial director Pete Murphy (centre) with club main sponsors Kris Wilkes (left, of Process Pipework Services) and Paul Hornby (right, of JF Hornby) JON GRANGER

THE DREAM TEAM Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey (centre) with chairman Mike Sunderland (left) and director Andy Gaffney at the sponsors night JON GRANGER

CHEERS Boys of Old Barrow (from left) Peter Taylor, Mike Bram and Paul Roberts enjoy their night at the Lisdoonie JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. Pictured: Raiders director Andy Gaffney (back right) with members of Grange Bakery and Gilbert Plumbing. JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. Pictured: Supporters (from left - Natalie Banks, Maria McLaughlin, Emily Livesey and Louise Scarr JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. From left: Shane Toal, Brett Carter and Jarrad Stack JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. Pictured: Raiders staff (from left) Karen Heighton, Jane Hetherington and Tracy Livesey JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. Pictured: Ray McGuire (left) with Rod and Karen Scarr. JON GRANGER

Fun at the Barrow Raiders sponsors night at the Lisdoonie Hotel. Pictured: WT Parker Group members Stuart and Gaynor Driscoll (left) with David and Jane Commins. JON GRANGER

The player sponsors for the coming season at Barrow Raiders' sponsors night SUBMITTED

 THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT Barrow Raiders commercial director Pete Murphy (centre) with club main sponsors Kris Wilkes (left, of Process Pipework Services) and Paul Hornby (right, of JF Hornby) JON GRANGER
THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT Barrow Raiders commercial director Pete Murphy (centre) with club main sponsors Kris Wilkes (left, of Process Pipework Services) and Paul Hornby (right, of JF Hornby) JON GRANGER
Barrow Raiders raise thousands in vital funds from sponsors night
PETE Murphy hailed the success of Barrow Raiders' sponsors night after supporters and businesses turned out to help the club raise vital funds ahead of the 2017 Kingstone Press League One season.

Reece Donaldson's winning photograph of a red cherry

A picture of a mushroom by Victoria Hazesova

Fenton Wilson's photo of the Thiepval memorial

 Reece Donaldson's winning photograph of a red cherry
Reece Donaldson's winning photograph of a red cherry
Ulverston school's talented snappers embrace the beauty of red
IT is a competition which allows the imagination to run free; which encourages those taking part to look at the everyday, the abstract and the unusual in the pursuit of a winning shot.

Greggs in Dalton Road, Barrow.

 Greggs in Dalton Road, Barrow.
Greggs in Dalton Road, Barrow.
Retailer with two Barrow outlets set to add trendy favourites to its menu
Sausage roll maker Greggs, with two outlets in Barrow, one in Dalton and one in Ulverston, has reported stellar fourth-quarter trading as it prepares to add hipster favourites to its menu.

Barrow Railway Station

 Barrow Railway Station
Barrow Railway Station
LETTER: Clapped-out trains on inadequate rail service for Barrow and Ulverston
DURING my 25 years in the wonderful Furness area I have seen some much-needed improvements in the road infrastructure and great improvements in digital communications.

A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line

 A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line
A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line
Lord urges government for £130m upgrade of Cumbrian Coast railway line
A PEER is calling on the government to spend £130m upgrading the Cumbrian Coast rail line through Barrow.

Peter and Andrea Kelly

Photo: Steve Ashworth

The Chocolate Cottage, Grasmere

Hills Books

Pure Touch beauty salon

Cumbrian Stone

Bruce and Luke's Coffee

Cumbrian Cow ice cream

The judging panel for last year's Business Boost, Graham Lamont, Stuart Irving, Julian Whittle and Sarah White

 Peter and Andrea Kelly Photo: Steve Ashworth
Peter and Andrea Kelly Photo: Steve Ashworth
Give your business a boost with our new campaign and win £10,000 of advertising
Welcome to our Business Boost campaign to help businesses grow.

Ulverston Town Council meeting at the Coronation Hall discussing the proposed residential development at land off Sir John Barrow Way, by Oakmere Homes. Pictured: Angry objectors to the housing proposal Rag and Jenny Cooper. 16/01/2016 JON GRANGER

Ulverston Town Council meeting at the Coronation Hall discussing the proposed residential development at land off Sir John Barrow Way, by Oakmere Homes. Pictured: Objectors to the housing proposal Diane Rogers (left) with Frans Strydom and Karen Sanders. 16/01/2016 JON GRANGER

Ulverston Town Council meeting at the Coronation Hall discussing the proposed residential development at land off Sir John Barrow Way, by Oakmere Homes. Pictured: Town Councillors who listened to the debate. 16/01/2016 JON GRANGER

 Ulverston Town Council meeting at the Coronation Hall discussing the proposed residential development at land off Sir John Barrow Way, by Oakmere Homes. Pictured: Angry objectors to the housing proposal Rag and Jenny Cooper. 16/01/2016 JON GRANGER
Ulverston Town Council meeting at the Coronation Hall discussing the proposed residential development at land off Sir John Barrow Way, by Oakmere Homes. Pictured: Angry objectors to the housing proposal Rag and Jenny Cooper. 16/01/2016 JON GRANGER
Applause as council votes against controversial Ulverston housing development
A PACKED audience of concerned residents broke into applause as their town councillors backed them and voted unanimously against a controversial housing development branded “an absolute joke”.

Volunteers gather before setting out to collect the trees MILTON HAWORTH

Volunteer David McKendry from RFM Accountants feeds a tree in to the wood chipperMILTON HAWORTH305

 Volunteers gather before setting out to collect the trees MILTON HAWORTH
Volunteers gather before setting out to collect the trees MILTON HAWORTH
Tree-mendous effort raises thousands for Ulverston hospice
HOMEOWNERS got the chance to spruce up their homes and give money to a worthy cause thanks to a charity recycling scheme.

Catering students are having a cookery masterclass with chefs from Naaz in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER

Chef Shahara Miha from Naaz: LEANNE BOLGER

 Catering students are having a cookery masterclass with chefs from Naaz in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER
Catering students are having a cookery masterclass with chefs from Naaz in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER
Curry will come to Ulverston's Coro for one-off fundraiser event
A DRIVE to encourage more people to engage with a community hospice will see a curry and beer night come to an Ulverston landmark.

In 1899 Ulverston fire brigade received a new Greenwich Gem steam pump SUBMITTED fire-jan-16

Ulverston firefighters had pretty basic equipment in the Victorian era - hoses and a hand-powered pump which needed horses to pull it SUBMITTED fire-jan-16

 In 1899 Ulverston fire brigade received a new Greenwich Gem steam pump SUBMITTED fire-jan-16
In 1899 Ulverston fire brigade received a new Greenwich Gem steam pump SUBMITTED fire-jan-16
Blaze destroyed Ulverston factory
THE blaze last week at the former House of Lords working men’s club on Abbey Road, Barrow, shows that despite speed and modern equipment, no old building is immune from the destructive power of fire.

Archie Workman appeared in the Dull Men of Great Britain publication

 Archie Workman appeared in the Dull Men of Great Britain publication
Archie Workman appeared in the Dull Men of Great Britain publication
Ulverston engineer talks about his life in the gutter
A WELL known figure in Ulverston will kick off a season of lectures at a meeting of local engineers.

An example of someone taking part in the Salt and Ice Challenge. Credit: YouTube

 An example of someone taking part in the Salt and Ice Challenge. Credit: YouTube
An example of someone taking part in the Salt and Ice Challenge. Credit: YouTube
Warning issued after youngster suffers serious burns from new school craze
A DANGEROUS new craze which is becoming more and more popular across schools in the UK has left a teenager with serious burns.

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The best job opportunities in south Cumbria this week
If you’re looking for a fresh career challenge, we’ve picked out five vacancies from the local postings at CN-Jobs.

The Crow's Nest pub in Barrow which is mentioned in JK Rowling's Career of Evil

Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith (AKA JK Rowling)

The Last Resort cafe owner Mike Stephenson

JK Rowling

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Stewart Street, Barrow. Filming is due to take place in the area for JK Rowlings' book Career of Evil

 The Crow's Nest pub in Barrow which is mentioned in JK Rowling's Career of Evil
The Crow's Nest pub in Barrow which is mentioned in JK Rowling's Career of Evil
JK Rowling's Galbraith detective story to be filmed in Barrow for BBC One
FILMING for a major new BBC One TV adaptation of JK Rowling’s bestselling detective novels takes place in Barrow tomorrow.
Leak fixed as water supply returns to Barrow and Ulverston homes
A BURST water main in Barrow has been fixed, with water supply returning to properties affected in the Barrow and Ulverston area.

Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV

Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV

Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV

 Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV
Ady Pierce, teacher at Ulverston Victoria High School, takes on Ninja Warrior UK. ITV
Ulverston teacher takes on ITV's Ninja Warrior
AN Ulverston teacher took on the toughest assault course on television last night.
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