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HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.

HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.

HOYS 2017- Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Rebecca McColl's Hopgarden Playboy.

HOYS 2017 Ellie Simmonds, of Ulverston with Birchmoor Admiral.

HOY 2017 Kate Wilson with Tarbarl Mary Jane.

HOYS 2017 Katie Wilson and Dales mare Tarbarl Mary Jane, owned by G Cockbain.

HOYS 2017 - Mollie Mae Jeffrey, of Ulverston, and Annandale Hallmark. Emmpix.co.uk (Emma Gann Photography)

HOYS 2017 - Morgan Pearce, of Barrow, and Pentrecoed David

HOYS 2017 Emily Myerscough and Arturos Toast. Ian Shuttleworth

HOYS 2017 Georgie Osmond and Llafar Tia.

HOYS 2017 Aileen Curle's Highland stallion Harris of Mendick with Brian Williams, of Appleby.

HOYS 2017 Aileen Curle's Highland stallion Harris of Mendick with Brian Williams, of Appleby.

HOYS 2017 Emma Boardman, of Brampton, Carlisle, with Dyffryngwy Sir Picasso.

HOYS 2017 Emma Litt, of Cockermouth, with Randalstown Brannigan.

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Alison Fearn's Tarnbrook Take It All and Ingrid Reid's Woody III.

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Jane Rooke's Let's Dance,

HOYS 2017 Victoria Shaw with Ingrid Reid's Woody III.

HOYS 2017 Dannii Thexton, of Kendal with Anne Wilson's Allied Answer

HOYS 2017 Dannii Thexton, of Kendal with Anne Wilson's Jardine Rio.

HOYS 2017 Shetland stallion Lotuspoint Cassius bred by Lotuspoint Stud, Wigton, owned by Nevanscott Stud, County Durham, ridden by Emily Alice Stobbart.

 HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.
HOYS 2017- Northern Chapter owned and bred by Joanne Heap, of Barrow and ridden by Victoria Shaw.
Cumbria competitors all set for the 'World's Most Famous Horse Show'
THE "World's Most Famous Horse Show" takes place next week and Cumbria equestrians are all set for the big occasion.

Summit: Phil Wilson, GSK site director, MP John Woodcock and Pat McIver, Biopharm site lead LEANNE BOLGER

 Summit: Phil Wilson, GSK site director, MP John Woodcock and Pat McIver, Biopharm site lead LEANNE BOLGER
Summit: Phil Wilson, GSK site director, MP John Woodcock and Pat McIver, Biopharm site lead LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston prospectus the best chance of successful sale of GSK site
FOLLOWING GSK's announcement it would sell its Ulverston plant within two years key stakeholders have met to set out their strategy for what could be a difficult transition period.

Police Car. Blue lights. Emergency.

 Police Car. Blue lights. Emergency.
Police Car. Blue lights. Emergency.
Disruption on Barrow's Park Road following police presence
MOTORISTS faced disruption travelling in and out of Barrow this afternoon.

Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage

 Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage
Pass this: Pupils Lucy Coppard, Luke Colman and Dylan Brown play with a foam football at Greengate Junior School, Barrow, in 2007. It was designed by Askam'a Urofoam to cut down on noise and damage
10 YEARS AGO
Radio presenter Eric Robson was in Coniston to open a new walking route through the ground of Monk Coniston Hall.

Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker

 Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker
Opening goal: Tyler Spence scored for Holker
Holker look to continue purple patch after Trophy victory
HOLKER Old Boys will look to maintain their excellent recent recent form under new manager Guy Heffernan when they head to Chadderton tomorrow.

Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season

 Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season
Bowing out: Mike Wilson is calling it a day as Askam coach at the end of the season
Askam RL boss Wilson hoping to end career in winning style
Wigan St Jude’s v Askam

The £10 note found by Melissa Dixon

 The £10 note found by Melissa Dixon
The £10 note found by Melissa Dixon
Is this your £10 note?
A CONSCIENTIOUS resident has called on the rightful owner of a £10 note to come forwards and claim their lost tenner.

Emma Borwick, a student from Barrow has set out to organise the first Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk in the town LEANNE BOLGER

Emma Borwick hopes the event will raise awareness and money to fight dementia LEANNE BOLGER

 Emma Borwick, a student from Barrow has set out to organise the first Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk in the town LEANNE BOLGER
Emma Borwick, a student from Barrow has set out to organise the first Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk in the town LEANNE BOLGER
Determined Barrow student makes strides to bring Alzheimer's Memory Walk to Barrow
A STUDENT from Barrow who took time off from university to care for her grandmother after she was diagnosed with dementia is raising money to fight the illness.

Discussions: Phil Wilson, site director at GSK, and MP for Barrow and Furness John Woodcock

LEANNE BOLGER

Making headway: GSK representatives and stakeholders answer questions from the media

LEANNE BOLGER

'Strategic review': Phil Wilson, site director at GSK

LEANNE BOLGER

 Discussions: Phil Wilson, site director at GSK, and MP for Barrow and Furness John Woodcock LEANNE BOLGER
Discussions: Phil Wilson, site director at GSK, and MP for Barrow and Furness John Woodcock LEANNE BOLGER
'Business as usual' for GSK as search under way to find buyer for Ulverston plant
BUSINESS will carry on as usual at the GSK plant in Ulverston as it begins the long search to not only secure a buyer for its plant but to secure the future prosperity of the town.

Save the Children would like to thank the public for generous donations

 Save the Children would like to thank the public for generous donations
Save the Children would like to thank the public for generous donations
Save the Children thank public for generous donations
THE Ulverston and District branch of Save the Children would like to thank the public for donating generously to a collection they held earlier this month.

Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28

 Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28
Rescue drama: Back in the 1970s four Walney girls were rescued after getting cut off by the tide while playing on the dues at Walney SUBMITTED hero-sep-28
Name revealed for shy hero who rescued four Furness girls from drowning 45 years ago
A shy hero who saved four Furness girls from drowning and then simply walked away has finally been named after 45 years.

Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007

 Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007
Joining up: Members of the Furness Association of Business Women held a meeting on Barrow's floating nightclub the Princess Selandia in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A public meeting about progress on the £36m A590 bypass at High and Low Newton was attended by 140 people. Contractors said it was hoped to finish the job ahead of Schedule in March.

LOST: Lost comfort blanket with sentimental value

 LOST: Lost comfort blanket with sentimental value
LOST: Lost comfort blanket with sentimental value
Family plead with public to help find lost baby blanket
A FAMILY lost a baby blanket with sentimental value earlier this month and are pleading with people to help relocate it.

The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.

One of the plans for the proposed new hotel

 The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.
The former Rathbone premises in Abbey Road, Barrow.
Work starts on empty Barrow premises set to become a hotel and restaurant
REFURBISHMENT work on a former training centre in Barrow town centre has begun.

Furness House in Barrow AMY FENTON

 Furness House in Barrow AMY FENTON
Furness House in Barrow AMY FENTON
Teen yobs vandalise buildings, attack police officers and cause chaos in Barrow and Ulverston
Cumbrians urged to speak up over bad behaviour

Inspired: Reverend Matt Keddilty LEANNE BOLGER

 Inspired: Reverend Matt Keddilty LEANNE BOLGER
Inspired: Reverend Matt Keddilty LEANNE BOLGER
Running reverend to move from parish
A RUNNING reverend who gained fame after a Herculean feat of endurance is set to move on to pastures new.

Better service: From left: Alison Stainthorpe, Andrew Birchall, Anna Saczek, Neil Townsend, Rachel Minshull, Richard Cogger and Anna Webster LINDSEY DICKINGS

From left: Alison Stainthorpe, Anna Saczek, Andrew Birchall, Mayor of Barrow Tony Callister, Neil Townsend, Rachel Minshull and Richard Cogger LINDSEY DICKINGS

Here to help: From left: Volunteer Gracie Minshull, volunteer Alan Powell, development officer Rachel Minshull, aromatherapist Stacey Smith, lottery fundraiser Debbie Flanagan and community fundraiser Richard Cogger LINDSEY DICKINGS

Facility: Development officer Rachel Minshull in one of the two therapy rooms LINDSEY DICKINGS

Open season: Mayor of Barrow Tony Callister cuts the ribbon with development officer Rachel Minshull LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Better service: From left: Alison Stainthorpe, Andrew Birchall, Anna Saczek, Neil Townsend, Rachel Minshull, Richard Cogger and Anna Webster LINDSEY DICKINGS
Better service: From left: Alison Stainthorpe, Andrew Birchall, Anna Saczek, Neil Townsend, Rachel Minshull, Richard Cogger and Anna Webster LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow cancer centre expands due to growing number of referrals
A CANCER charity which helps patients and their families has opened its own specialist centre after seeing a rise in the number of referrals across the area.

Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock

 Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock
Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock
Opinion: Tories' tragic Brexit blunders
IT must have taken an awful lot of persuading to get the prime minister to board the plane to come back from Florence after her big Brexit speech last week.

One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse

Mail reporter Amy Fenton in the Tucano painted to represent a Spitfire

The two exhausts on the Tucano

Flight Lieutenant Chris 'Nasher' Nash with Mail reporter Amy Fenton

 One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse
One of the RAF's Tucano training planes at Linton-on-Ouse
'Top Gun' jet pilots open up hangar doors to Mail readers after Barrow flyover
AEROBATIC pilots who wowed residents with their daring display over the skies of Furness have given Mail readers an exclusive insight into their work by inviting us along to their airbase in Yorkshire.

Tuck in: Barrow's Thorncliffe School held a medieval feast in 2007 as part of an open evening. On the menu was potage and gingerbread

 Tuck in: Barrow's Thorncliffe School held a medieval feast in 2007 as part of an open evening. On the menu was potage and gingerbread
Tuck in: Barrow's Thorncliffe School held a medieval feast in 2007 as part of an open evening. On the menu was potage and gingerbread
10 YEARS AGO
Youngsters at Vickerstown Primary School, Walney, took part in African drumming sessions led by Zozo Shuaibu, originally from Sierra Leone.

Great effort: Ulverston Tri Club's Mike Gregory MARK REGAN

Multi-talented: Bob Atkinson

 Great effort: Ulverston Tri Club's Mike Gregory MARK REGAN
Great effort: Ulverston Tri Club's Mike Gregory MARK REGAN
Ulverston triathletes impress in Kendal Sprint event
ULVERSTON Tri Club produced three top-20 finishers in the Kendal Sprint Triathlon.

Sound Mirrors

Fun Palaces

Breadboard Guitars with Octopus Collective

 Sound Mirrors
Sound Mirrors
Fun Palaces weekend of family-friendly activities arrives in Dalton
TWO days of family-friendly activities take place in Furness this October.

Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer

Martin Edwards

 Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer
Dalton Litfest founders Dorothy King, Margaret Martindale and Ron Creer
Inaugural Dalton Litfest takes over Furness town in early November
TICKETS have gone on sale for the inaugural Dalton Litfest, which takes over the Furness town in early November.

A cheque for £1,000 was presented to St Mary's Hospice from the Ulverston Branch of Booths. Photo: L-R Robyn Lorne, Ian Jacques (manager), St Mary's events and challenges fundraiser Mel Dixon, Anne Doona. Submitted

 A cheque for £1,000 was presented to St Mary's Hospice from the Ulverston Branch of Booths. Photo: L-R Robyn Lorne, Ian Jacques (manager), St Mary's events and challenges fundraiser Mel Dixon, Anne Doona. Submitted
A cheque for £1,000 was presented to St Mary's Hospice from the Ulverston Branch of Booths. Photo: L-R Robyn Lorne, Ian Jacques (manager), St Mary's events and challenges fundraiser Mel Dixon, Anne Doona. Submitted
Ulverston charity carried away by supermarket donation
THE old adage of look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves was proved right when an Ulverston supermarket made a charitable donation.

DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: Church President Chris Waddington at the church in Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: Church President Chris Waddington at the church in Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: Founder of the church William Procter, Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: The church in Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: Church President Chris Waddington at the church in Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
DALKEITH STREET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH BARROW Dalkeith Spiritualist Church has been shut down for sometime now and is planning to re-open on 26th. It has a long and interesting history and Church President Chris Waddington has just taken over. Pictured: Church President Chris Waddington at the church in Barrow, Monday 25th September 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Dalkeith Street Spiritualist Church to re-open tonight
A SPIRITUALIST church with and long and interesting history is hoping to get some well-needed restoration work done and is asking members of the Furness society to help decide what needs to be done first.

Star player: Rebecca Cook was a key factor as South Lakes defeated Ulverston JON GRANGER

Opening the scoring: South Lakes captain RICHARD EDMONDSON

On target: Lois Viney (right) netted the second for South Lakes LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Star player: Rebecca Cook was a key factor as South Lakes defeated Ulverston JON GRANGER
Star player: Rebecca Cook was a key factor as South Lakes defeated Ulverston JON GRANGER
South Lakes start season with Ulverston demolition
Ulverston 1 South Lakes 8

Like this: Blackpool Tower Ballroom resident dance teacher Jason Parkinson hosting dance sessions at Barrow's Forum 28 in 2007

 Like this: Blackpool Tower Ballroom resident dance teacher Jason Parkinson hosting dance sessions at Barrow's Forum 28 in 2007
Like this: Blackpool Tower Ballroom resident dance teacher Jason Parkinson hosting dance sessions at Barrow's Forum 28 in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A safer crossing point for walkers was created on the A585 at the Fox and Goose Cottages in the Whicham Valley, near Millom.

Plans for Bankfield Hall

Bankfield Hall, Urswick. DENNIS SHARP

Plans for Bankfield Hall

The proposed site plan for Bankfield Hall

 Plans for Bankfield Hall
Plans for Bankfield Hall
80-bedroom Urswick hotel plan recommended for planning approval
A STATELY home in Great Urswick could soon be transformed into an 80-bedroom hotel after a planning application was recommended for approval.

Aldingham

 Aldingham
Aldingham
Four motorbikes worth £16,000 stolen from garage on outskirts of Barrow and Ulverston
POLICE are investigating a burglary in the village of Aldingham.

England's number one: Ulverston teenager Curtis Anderson in action for England against Brazil AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA

Heading to India: Curtis Anderson is in the England Under-17s squad for the World Cup SUBMITTED

 England's number one: Ulverston teenager Curtis Anderson in action for England against Brazil AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA
England's number one: Ulverston teenager Curtis Anderson in action for England against Brazil AARON CHOWN/EMPICS SPORT/PA
England World Cup call-up for Ulverston goalkeeper Curtis
GOALKEEPING rising star Curtis Anderson has been named in the England Under-17s squad for next month's World Cup.
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