SearchResult
Your Results
The search for "ulverston" returned 21788 hits

Heavy congestion on the A590 in Ulverston

Traffic on the A590 near Ulverston


          Heavy congestion on the A590 in Ulverston
Heavy congestion on the A590 in Ulverston
WITH VIDEO: Delays of up to 90 minutes on A590 between Greenodd and Ulverston
MOTORISTS are experiencing significant delays on the A590 in both directions between Greenodd and Ulverston because of roadworks.

BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star

Rowan Peri with his sister Casey Peri

Rowan Peri (left) with his nephew Kaydan Raine

Rowan Peri (centre) with (l-r) his nephew Kaydan Raine, sister Natasha McKeever, mum Angela Falle and sister Casey Peri

 BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star
BRAVE Rowan Peri, 19 months, from Barrow, who has been nominated to be a Christmas Star
Barrow "little fighter" nominated to be Christmas Star
A REMARKABLE "little fighter" who battled against the odds to survive has been nominated to be a Christmas Star.

PRIZE Nick Boley, Camra national director. presents Becky Stringer and Jon Kyme with their award

RECOGNITION Brewer Jon Kyme at Stringers Brewery, Ulverston

 PRIZE Nick Boley, Camra national director. presents Becky Stringer and Jon Kyme with their award
PRIZE Nick Boley, Camra national director. presents Becky Stringer and Jon Kyme with their award
Ulverston ale wins Camra prize
A REAL ale made in Ulverston has been named Champion Bottled Beer of Britain thanks to its coffee, chocolate and liquorice flavour.

A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06

The army wanted to take the manager of Ulverston Hartley's brewery BY ROY CHATFIELD tribunal-dec-06

Mine owner Myles Kennedy of Stone Cross sat on the Ulverston tribunal seeking more men for the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06

 A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06
A tribunal at Ulverston was asked to decide if a basket weaver should be sent to the army SUBMITTED tribunal-dec-06
Tribunal decides which South Cumbrians go to war
BY the end of 1916 everyone knew that that war was not going to end soon and that the odds of surviving the conflict in uniform were not that great.

Wounded soldier Cpt Harry Butler Rowley, who was the eldest brother of Mrs Myles Kennedy, of Stone Cross Mansion, Ulverston SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Pte James Rowell, aged 21, of 17 Dundas Street<, Barrow, died in a French hospital on November 25, 1916 SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Pte Myles Bateman Holmes, of Ulverston, was missing and presumed dead on July 27 in 1916 SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Dalton casualty Pte John William Cloudsdale, of Devonshire Street SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Pte Fred Hegarty, of Risedale Road, Barrow, was killed in action on November 9, 1916 – three days after the death of his mother SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Madame Mary Rizzini, principal soprano with the Royal Opera at the Hague sang in Dalton SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

The badge of the King's Own Royal Lancaster regiment SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Heilly Station Cemetery Mericourt-L'Abbe, near Albert, is the resting place of Pte Thomas Cornthwaite Varcoe SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

The Guards' Cemetery, Lesboeufs, is the resting place of Thomas Armstrong of Askam SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

Lijssenthoek Miltary Cemetery is the resting place of Pte James Rowell, of Barrow SUBMITTED stories-dec-06

 Wounded soldier Cpt Harry Butler Rowley, who was the eldest brother of Mrs Myles Kennedy, of Stone Cross Mansion, Ulverston SUBMITTED stories-dec-06
Wounded soldier Cpt Harry Butler Rowley, who was the eldest brother of Mrs Myles Kennedy, of Stone Cross Mansion, Ulverston SUBMITTED stories-dec-06
Dalton Bone Club sent 117 members to First World War
WE turn the clock back a century to see the war news South Cumbrians were reading about in the Barrow News on December 9 in 1916.

Sandside Lodge headteacher Susan Gill, speech and language therapist Helen Dixon and Ben Berry from English Lakes Hotels with Sam the dog, watch as pupil Harrison Gaskin controls the screen with his eyes LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pupil Jessica Spibey controls the screen

 Sandside Lodge headteacher Susan Gill, speech and language therapist Helen Dixon and Ben Berry from English Lakes Hotels with Sam the dog, watch as pupil Harrison Gaskin controls the screen with his eyes LINDSEY DICKINGS
Sandside Lodge headteacher Susan Gill, speech and language therapist Helen Dixon and Ben Berry from English Lakes Hotels with Sam the dog, watch as pupil Harrison Gaskin controls the screen with his eyes LINDSEY DICKINGS
Disabled children in Ulverston given a voice thanks to new smart computer
CHILDREN who have lived their entire lives without a voice are now able to communicate thanks to a life-changing piece of technology.

Russell Hicks

Richard Massara

 Russell Hicks
Russell Hicks
Planet Mirth back with stellar line-up for final show of 2016
A HANDFUL of the UK's finest stand-ups appear at the final Planet Mirth comedy showcase of 2016.

Turkey dinner Christmas

Afternoon tea at the Lindeth Howe

The Linx laptop up for grabs

 Turkey dinner Christmas
Turkey dinner Christmas
REVEALED: Winners of days 5, 6 and 7 in our festive bonanza competition
THE winners of a Christmas dinner, a fabulous family package and a pamper treat have eben picked as part of the Evening Mail's two-week festive bonanza prize giveaway.

Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY

 Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY
Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY
Man who denies assaulting surgeon at Furness General Hospital set to stand trial
A MAN who has denied assaulting a member of staff at a Barrow hospital is set to stand trial tomorrow.

The Linx laptop up for grabs

 The Linx laptop up for grabs
The Linx laptop up for grabs
FESTIVE BONANZA DAY 9: WIN! A laptop worth £150 courtesy of Miller Waite
TECHNOLOGY is increasingly a huge part of our lives - and that’s why we have teamed up with computer, software and technology experts Miller Waite of Ulverston to give away this fantastic prize.

Two Curves by Keith Tyson which could sell in Germany for up to £60,000 SUBMITTED tyson-dec-05

A studio Wall drawing saying "Hedge Fund Manager" by Keith Tyson SUBMITTED tyson-dec-05

The Turner Prize winner Keith Tyson EM ARCHIVE tyson-dec-05

 Two Curves by Keith Tyson which could sell in Germany for up to £60,000 SUBMITTED tyson-dec-05
Two Curves by Keith Tyson which could sell in Germany for up to £60,000 SUBMITTED tyson-dec-05
£60,000 expected for work by South Cumbria's Turner Prize winner
A PIECE of art by South Cumbria's Turner Prize winner Keith Tyson could make up to £60,000 at auction.

THE SANTA RUN Runners take part in the Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding 10k race JON GRANGER

FAST FINISH Mark Walsh of Ellenborough AC who won the race in a fast time of 31.59 JON GRANGER

IN THE CHRUISTMAS SPIRIT Pudding race regular John Greenwood JON GRANGER

Glaxo/Hoad Hill 1 mile junior and 10k senior pudding race. 1Ok runners- 04/12/2016 JON GRANGER

Glaxo/Hoad Hill 1 mile junior and 10k senior pudding race. 1Ok runners- 04/12/2016 JON GRANGER

Glaxo/Hoad Hill 1 mile junior and 10k senior pudding race. 1Ok winner Mark Walsh 04/12/2016 JON GRANGER

 THE SANTA RUN Runners take part in the Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding 10k race JON GRANGER
THE SANTA RUN Runners take part in the Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding 10k race JON GRANGER
Walsh on the Mark to win Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding 10k
THE sound of fast footsteps could be heard through the streets of Ulverston yesterday morning as Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers hosted its annual Christmas Pudding 10k and one-mile fun.

JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.

ON THE RUN Holker’s Chris Wraighte attacks down the left CHRIS WEST.

AT FULL STRETCH Holker’s Phil Coombe makes a timely intervention CHRIS WEST

PICK THAT OUT Barrow Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to open the scoring CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Manager Brian Dawson. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Sam Joel. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmoor Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Holker’s Chris Wraighte. hits the bar 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Jamie Pattinson splits the Whitchurch defence to score Holker’s first goal. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

HOLKER OB / WHITCHURCH. Rakesmore Lane, Barrow. Before the start of the match, the teams held a minutes silence for the Brazilian footballers air disaster. 2nd December 2016. CHRIS WEST.

 JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.
JAMIE 'S JOY Jamie Pattinson celebrates scoring Holker’s first goal in their 3-2 victory over Whitchuirch Alport CHRIS WEST.
Holker Old Boys land Cup semi-final place with thrilling victory
HOLKER Old Boys took on high-flying Whitchurch Alport in the quarter-finals of the North West Counties Reusch First Division Cup at Rakesmoor Lane - and it is the home side who progressed after an excellent 3-2 win.

AMBULANCE --- Barman Curtis King who had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance after he chocked on his dinner during a shift at the Miners Arms, Swarthmoor on Sunday (27/11/2016). The offending blockage had to be removed by surgery the next day. Friday 2nd December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

AMBULANCE --- (l-r) Landlord Stuart Ward with barman Curtis King who had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance after Curtis chocked on his dinner during a shift at the Miners Arms, Swarthmoor on Sunday (27/11/2016). The offending blockage had to be removed by surgery the next day. Friday 2nd December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

AMBULANCE --- (l-r) Landlord Stuart Ward with barman Curtis King who had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance after Curtis chocked on his dinner during a shift at the Miners Arms, Swarthmoor on Sunday (27/11/2016). The offending blockage had to be removed by surgery the next day. Friday 2nd December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Stuart Ward, landlord of the Miners Arms pub in Swarthmoor. Credit: Alex Grove

Miners Arms pub in Swarthmoor.

 AMBULANCE --- Barman Curtis King who had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance after he chocked on his dinner during a shift at the Miners Arms, Swarthmoor on Sunday (27/11/2016). The offending blockage had to be removed by surgery the next day. Friday 2nd December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
AMBULANCE --- Barman Curtis King who had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance after he chocked on his dinner during a shift at the Miners Arms, Swarthmoor on Sunday (27/11/2016). The offending blockage had to be removed by surgery the next day. Friday 2nd December 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Choking Ulverston barman made to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance
A BARMAN from Ulverston who coughed up blood after choking on a piece of beef has received an apology from an NHS Trust after he had to wait 50 minutes for an ambulance.

Honeyfeet

Ríoghnach Connolly of Honeyfeet

 Honeyfeet
Honeyfeet
Honeyfeet set for Ulverston's biggest Christmas party night
FESTIVAL favourites Honeyfeet will be making their South Cumbria debut with a live show later this month.

Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year

Bravery winners Joe and Connie Elson with mum Nicola and Santa last year

Heaths logo - Christmas Star 2015

 Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Kindness and bravery winners Jasper Holt and Oscar Holt with Santa last year
Search begins to find inspirational children to be our Christmas Stars
THE search has begun to find inspirational children to be the North-West Evening Mail's Christmas Star 2016.

The Cartmel Young Farmers Club will deliver presents to the children's ward at Furness General Hospital and push a sledge containing the gifts from Flookburgh Square to Barrow on Saturday December 17. SUBMITTED

 The Cartmel Young Farmers Club will deliver presents to the children's ward at Furness General Hospital and push a sledge containing the gifts from Flookburgh Square to Barrow on Saturday December 17. SUBMITTED
The Cartmel Young Farmers Club will deliver presents to the children's ward at Furness General Hospital and push a sledge containing the gifts from Flookburgh Square to Barrow on Saturday December 17. SUBMITTED
Festive farmers to push sledge from Flookburgh to Furness General Hospital
FARMERS will channel their inner Santa when they push a sledge some 20 miles for a good cause.

APPRECIATED Evening Mail Bouquet of the Week winner Joanne Keenan (centre) after receiving her award from Tracy O'Connor with her daughter Katy, 14, at Walney School

Evening Mail Bouquet of the Week winner Joanne Keenan (front) after receiving her award from Tracy O'Connor with her daughter Katy 14, at Walney School

Dodds Designer Florist in Ulverston provided the bouquet

 APPRECIATED Evening Mail Bouquet of the Week winner Joanne Keenan (centre) after receiving her award from Tracy O'Connor with her daughter Katy, 14, at Walney School
APPRECIATED Evening Mail Bouquet of the Week winner Joanne Keenan (centre) after receiving her award from Tracy O'Connor with her daughter Katy, 14, at Walney School
Walney School teacher surprised with Bouquet of the Week from star pupil
A CARING teacher who has been a huge help to a girl with Down's syndrome has been presented with the Evening Mail's Bouquet of the Week.

Afternoon tea at the Lindeth Howe

 Afternoon tea at the Lindeth Howe
Afternoon tea at the Lindeth Howe
FESTIVE BONANZA DAY 7: WIN! Beauty package and afternoon tea worth a whopping £250
MOST of us just love to be pampered and today we have teamed up with three great local businesses to create a fantastic pamper package worth almost £250 for one lucky winner.

£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dora - thought to be Dora Wordsworth - which sold for £2,700 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy - thought to be Dorothy Wordsworth - which sold for £2,500 at auction SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Sketch by Dalton artist George Romney of Mary Stuart going to the scaffold which sold at auction for £3,250 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A drawing of Whitehaven by the celebrated landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner could make up to £3,000 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A Furness Railway live steam locomotive which could sell for up to £1,800 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A cinema lobby card for the Laurel and Hardy film The Fixer Uppers which might make £400 SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

A silver cased pocket watch by the Barrow maker Charles E. Gawne, of 58 Dalton Road SUBMITTED auction-dec-03

 £2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
£2,5000 was paid for a gold thimble inscribed to Dorothy and its mother of of pearl case SUBMITTED auction-dec-03
Go to article
TWO golden thimbles with an unproven link to Lakeland poet William Wordsworth sold for a combined £5,200 at a Cumbrian auction.

Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton

 Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton
Charnley's Home and Garden centre in Dalton
LETTER: Charnley's Home and Garden centre parking concerns pale into insignificance with the rest of Dalton
I NOTE with interest Councillor Ann Thurlow's comments regarding Charnley's Home and Garden centre, and its attendant traffic problems, she said "There is less space for parked cars but the business has expanded so that creates a problem."
Traffic and travel news for Cumbria - Saturday December 3
HERE is the latest traffic and travel news for Cumbria.

TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison

Round Lebkuchen

 TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison
TREAT Hot chocolate tasting at the Bici Cafe in Ulverston with proprietor Katrina Allison
Warm up the festive season with a quirky hot chocolate
WE are now in the month of December and for many people the festive countdown is under way.

Police are appealing for information about a crash involving these two vehicles

Greenodd roundabout on the A590, near to the collision

Harry Atkinson

 Police are appealing for information about a crash involving these two vehicles
Police are appealing for information about a crash involving these two vehicles
Police appeal for information on A590 smash
THE A590 westbound between Greenodd and Ulverston has reopened following a serious collision this morning.

Christmas has come early for pupils of Sandside Lodge School, Ulverston

James Thexton with committee member Chris Regan

Keira Baggaley trying one of the trikes

Georgia Chesher trying one of the trikes

Keira Baggaley trying one of the trikes

James Thexton trying one of the trikes

 Christmas has come early for pupils of Sandside Lodge School, Ulverston
Christmas has come early for pupils of Sandside Lodge School, Ulverston
Christmas has come early for Ulverston school cycling club
Having your own bike is a rite of passage that for many children sets them on the path to independence.

South Lakeland is to welcome 30 Syrian refugees over three years. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 South Lakeland is to welcome 30 Syrian refugees over three years. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
South Lakeland is to welcome 30 Syrian refugees over three years. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
South Lakeland to welcome Syrian refugees
COUNCIL chiefs in South Lakeland are making provisions to welcome 30 refugees from Syria over the next three years.

The roundabout by Bill Stables on display during the Ulverston Dickensian Festival BILL MYERS stables-dec-02

Bill Stables with his roundabout and Gavioli Bill steam engine in 1989 EM ARCHIVE stables-dec-02

 The roundabout by Bill Stables on display during the Ulverston Dickensian Festival BILL MYERS stables-dec-02
The roundabout by Bill Stables on display during the Ulverston Dickensian Festival BILL MYERS stables-dec-02
Miniature fairground ride thrills at Ulverston Dickensian Festival
WHILE youngsters were enjoying the fun of the fair during the weekend's Dickensian Festival at Ulverston a rather smaller fairground ride was on display to visitors.

Olly Murs

Bryan Adams

UB40

 Olly Murs
Olly Murs
Coach travel offers to Carlisle's big gigs in 2017
WORLD famous names such as Bryan Adams, Olly Murs and UB40 have announced Carlisle shows in the past week - but that doesn't mean the rest of Cumbria has to miss out.

Furness Magistrates' Court.

 Furness Magistrates' Court.
Furness Magistrates' Court.
Ulverston woman sentenced following deckchair assault
A 53-YEAR-OLD woman who threw a deckchair at her partner has been handed a community order.

Furness Magistrates' Court

 Furness Magistrates' Court
Furness Magistrates' Court
Ulverston woman sentenced following deck chair assault
A 53-YEAR-OLD woman from Ulverston who threw a deck chair at her partner has been handed a 12-month community order.