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Good form: Kirkby's Rob Keegan


          Good form: Kirkby's Rob Keegan
Good form: Kirkby's Rob Keegan
Kirkby make their title intentions clear in Ulverston Bowling League
Kirkby make their title intentions clear

Stone-built: Glendale, Backbarrow, is on the market for £315,000 through Home and Finance LINDSEY DICKINGS

Private: The garden at Glendale, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Relaxing: The patio and garden area LINDSEY DICKINGS

Spacious: The patio and garden area LINDSEY DICKINGS

Practical: The dining room LINDSEY DICKINGS

Modern: The kitchen LINDSEY DICKINGS

All mod cons: The family bathroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Views: The master bedroom LINDSEY DICKINGS

Full of character: Owner Debbie Sewell in the lounge at Glendale, Backbarrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Stone-built: Glendale, Backbarrow, is on the market for £315,000 through Home and Finance LINDSEY DICKINGS
Stone-built: Glendale, Backbarrow, is on the market for £315,000 through Home and Finance LINDSEY DICKINGS
Beautiful Backbarrow cottage is full of history and modern facilities
THE home of Deborah Sewell has had many lives, which is not surprising since it has been around for a century. And as she told SUSAN GOODSON, while having kept its character this private home come business has all modern facilities and is in a super location

Barrow Town Hall flag at half mast, a mark of respect for the London bombing victims

 Barrow Town Hall flag at half mast, a mark of respect for the London bombing victims
Barrow Town Hall flag at half mast, a mark of respect for the London bombing victims
Schools cancel London trips following latest terrorist attack while one Barrow primary vows to go ahead
FURNESS primary schools have cancelled upcoming trips to London amid concerns about terrorist attacks, while parents at one school have vowed to go ahead with their visit.

Proprietor Charles Morris outside The Roxy cinema in Ulverston JON GRANGER

Love of film: The Roxy JON GRANGER

Heart of the community: The Roxy Cinema JON GRANGER

Iconic: The Roxy Cinema is a much-loved part of the town

 Proprietor Charles Morris outside The Roxy cinema in Ulverston JON GRANGER
Proprietor Charles Morris outside The Roxy cinema in Ulverston JON GRANGER
Ulverston's cinema Lone Ranger on why he goes it alone
THE owner of a landmark cinema has spoken about what it means to be truly independent as his iconic community institution prepares to celebrate its 80th birthday.

Deborah Milledge

 Deborah Milledge
Deborah Milledge
Poignant return to action for popular Furness choir
THE Furness Bach Choir enters a new era following the death of its much-loved conductor, Anthony Milledge, earlier this year.

Shot down: Leslie Bowman was killed on a patrol with the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 SUBMITTED fly-jun-06

Latest thing: A Royal Aircraft Factory RE8 biplane of the kind flown by Leslie Bowman SUBMITTED fly-jun-06

In uniform: The badge of the Royal Flying Corps SUBMITTED fly-jun-06

Remembered: Leslie Bowman is named on the Arras Flying Services Memorial SUBMITTED fly-jun-06

 Shot down: Leslie Bowman was killed on a patrol with the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 SUBMITTED fly-jun-06
Shot down: Leslie Bowman was killed on a patrol with the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 SUBMITTED fly-jun-06
Ulverston flyer killed over trenches a century ago
THE life expectancy of First World War pilots and their observers was measured in weeks and many barely had time to master the rudiments of flight before they were called on to go into combat.

Creative talent: Author Amy Stretch-Parker (left) and illustrator Kate Brunskill who are the creators of Peter Digs A Den

Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS

Artwork: Sketches from the book

Drawing: Illustrator Kate Brunskill (pictured) at work

Collaboration: Amy Stretch-Parker (right) and Kate Brunskill

 Creative talent: Author Amy Stretch-Parker (left) and illustrator Kate Brunskill who are the creators of Peter Digs A Den Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Creative talent: Author Amy Stretch-Parker (left) and illustrator Kate Brunskill who are the creators of Peter Digs A Den Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Ulverston creative pair are on the same page with children's book
A PAIR of creative talents have teamed up to create a book which they hope will charm and inspire generations of children.

Bat's the way: The UVHS table cricket team, from left, Daniel Aspinwall, Michael Wyatt, Daniel Hopkins, Ella Tyson Alfie Williams, Harvey Pearson, Erin Mander and Owen Latham

LEANNE BOLGER

Captain: Ella Tyson of Year Nine

Spin: Daniel Hopkins bowling

Financial help: The team receiving sponsorship from Stagecoach

 Bat's the way: The UVHS table cricket team, from left, Daniel Aspinwall, Michael Wyatt, Daniel Hopkins, Ella Tyson Alfie Williams, Harvey Pearson, Erin Mander and Owen Latham LEANNE BOLGER
Bat's the way: The UVHS table cricket team, from left, Daniel Aspinwall, Michael Wyatt, Daniel Hopkins, Ella Tyson Alfie Williams, Harvey Pearson, Erin Mander and Owen Latham LEANNE BOLGER
Disability no obstacle for young Ulverston sporting achievers
YOUNG Ulverston athletes have shown there is no barrier to success as long as you try your hardest and have fun in the process.

Guides from South Cumbria enjoyed an adventure camp.

Guides from South Cumbria enjoyed an adventure camp.

 Guides from South Cumbria enjoyed an adventure camp.
Guides from South Cumbria enjoyed an adventure camp.
South Cumbria Guides enjoy fun packed adventure camp
GUIDES from across South Cumbria enjoyed a fun packed adventure camp alongside some international visitors.

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Baritone: Benjamin Appl LARS BORGES

Artists-in-residence: Berkeley Ensemble NIGEL LUCKHURST

Family show: Dr Dee's Daughter and the Philosopher's Stone

New work: Gould Piano Trio JAKE MORLEY

Adventurous: Villiers Quartet

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Summer music festival welcomes guests from around the world
THE long-running Lake District Summer Music programme will return for a 33rd year with 40 events taking place from next month.
Barrow man accused of making indecent images of children
A MAN from Barrow is due to appear in court accused of making indecent images of children.

Sailing: Colin Williams alongside his wife, Jackie, on their dream retirement

 Sailing: Colin Williams alongside his wife, Jackie, on their dream retirement
Sailing: Colin Williams alongside his wife, Jackie, on their dream retirement
Crowdfunding plea made to help restore the hearing of Ulverston musician
A MUSICIAN robbed of his sense of hearing has turned to social media in the hope that he may one day hear again.

Lord's visit: Lord Hutton, centre, during a visit to a Cumbria Nuclear Conference in Carlisle last year. With him are Kevin Percival from PK Engineering (left) and George Beveridge chairman LEP

 Lord's visit: Lord Hutton, centre, during a visit to a Cumbria Nuclear Conference in Carlisle last year. With him are Kevin Percival from PK Engineering (left) and George Beveridge chairman LEP
Lord's visit: Lord Hutton, centre, during a visit to a Cumbria Nuclear Conference in Carlisle last year. With him are Kevin Percival from PK Engineering (left) and George Beveridge chairman LEP
Former Labour defence secretary to join campaign trail in Barrow
THE former Labour defence secretary and member of the House of Lords is to visit Barrow and Furness as the general election enters its final few days.

Defence: Askam's Marc Dixon (left) stops the Drighlington attack Milton Haworth

No way through: Liam Saunders (left) gets involved Milton Haworth

Over the whitewash: Tom Askew scores Askam's second try Milton Haworth

Open the scoring: Ben Lewney scores Askam's first try Milton Haworth

Hard yards: Tom Hopkins carries the ball up for Askam against Drighlington Milton Haworth

 Defence: Askam's Marc Dixon (left) stops the Drighlington attack Milton Haworth
Defence: Askam's Marc Dixon (left) stops the Drighlington attack Milton Haworth
Askam survive early scare to secure home win
ASKAM had a scare against lowly Drighlington before securing the points with a 32-18 victory at Fallowfield Park in the National Conference second division.

Death rattle: Workington's Andrew Ireland is bowled by Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER

Seam attack: Gareth Benson bowls to Graham Dawson in the Vickerstown v Millom clash at Rainey Park MILTON HAWORTH

Up in the air: Workington pro Kallshalya Gajasinghe skies one off the bowling of Pete Lawson in the Workington v Furness match on Saturday LEANNE BOLGER

Sweep: Millom's Billy Thompson latches on to a short one in the Vickerstown v Millom match MILTON HAWORTH

In the runs: Billy Thompson nicks a single MILTON HAWORTH

Safely home: Millom's Graham Dawson just gets home as the ball is fired in against Vickerstown MILTON HAWORTH

Seam up: Danny Williams fires one in for Vickerstown against Millom MILTON HAWORTH

Spencer for hire: Ben Spencer bowls for Vickerstown against Millom MILTON HAWORTH

On the back foot: Workington's Andrew Ireland facing Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER

Howzat: Pete Lawson appeals for the wicket of Kallshalya Gajasinghe LEANNE BOLGER

 Death rattle: Workington's Andrew Ireland is bowled by Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
Death rattle: Workington's Andrew Ireland is bowled by Furness pro Seth Rance LEANNE BOLGER
Furness beat main rivals Workington to edge ahead
FURNESS became the first team to beat Workington in the North Lancs and Cumbria League since 2015 with a two-wicket win in west Cumbria.

Cumbria Rocks artwork

Jon Byrne (photo by Martin Millar)

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The Sides (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

New 42-track Cumbria Rocks charity compilation launches
BANDS and artists from across Cumbria have contributed their music to a brand-new charity album.

In the spirit: Last year's Retro Rendezvous SHEENAH ALCOCK PHOTOGRAPHY

Lead role: Visitors to last year's Retro Rendezvous SHEENAH ALCOCK PHOTOGRAPHY

Uniform: Matron Joan Marguerite Thompson pictured in the 1950s

 In the spirit: Last year's Retro Rendezvous SHEENAH ALCOCK PHOTOGRAPHY
In the spirit: Last year's Retro Rendezvous SHEENAH ALCOCK PHOTOGRAPHY
Retro festival to celebrate all things NHS as it comes to Ulverston
A RETRO festival will take on a distinctly medical theme as its organisers pay tribute to the much-loved NHS.

Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH

Judges: From left, Karl Burrell, Chris Simpson and Louise Allonby MILTON HAWORTH

Passionate pitch: Clocktower owner Tom Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

Consultancy: Husband and wife team Mike and Clare Farnworth from Chain Supply Cumbria MILTON HAWORTH

Activities: Tony Martinez, of Camp Cumbria MILTON HAWORTH

Events: Dave Harvey and Paul Dewar give a pitch about Brathay Challenges to judges Chris Simpson, Karl Burrell and Louise Allonby MILTON HAWORTH

Personal touch: Clocktower owner Tom Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

Teamwork: Paul Dewar, left, and Dave Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

 Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH
Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH
South Cumbria finalists battle it out in Business Boost contest
AS any entrepreneur knows well, being in business is rarely plain sailing, the path to success being strewn with problems, setbacks and pitfalls.

Praise: Philippa Fox, left, who was nominated by her friend Vicki Simpson after going snack and make-up free in May to raise cash for the MS Society

LEANNE BOLGER

Charity mission: Philippa Fox with her bouquet

LEANNE BOLGER

Snack-free: Philippa Fox with her bouquet

LEANNE BOLGER

Recognition: Philippa Fox, left, who was nominated by her friend Vicki Simpson after going snack and make-up free in May to raise cash for the MS Society

LEANNE BOLGER

 Praise: Philippa Fox, left, who was nominated by her friend Vicki Simpson after going snack and make-up free in May to raise cash for the MS Society LEANNE BOLGER
Praise: Philippa Fox, left, who was nominated by her friend Vicki Simpson after going snack and make-up free in May to raise cash for the MS Society LEANNE BOLGER
Philippa made up with bouquet after her fundraising efforts for the MS Society
MAY was Kiss Goodbye to MS month, as people were encouraged to give up something they enjoy to help raise funds for vital research to help beat the condition. One special young woman, Philippa Fox, really played her part and friend Vicki Simpson was so impressed with her efforts that she nominated her for the Evening Mail's Bouquet of the Week, as SUSAN GOODSON reports

Fun for all the family: LLauren Jennison with children Tom and Kate, aged 7, set off in the Generation Class at a Lakeland Lanequest event

On the right track: Hannah Cleary Hughes from Ulverston, clicks at Colton Church, Oxen Park. Lakeland Lanequest submitted

 Fun for all the family: LLauren Jennison with children Tom and Kate, aged 7, set off in the Generation Class at a Lakeland Lanequest event
Fun for all the family: LLauren Jennison with children Tom and Kate, aged 7, set off in the Generation Class at a Lakeland Lanequest event
Lanequest series ready for action
THE eagerly-eagerly 22nd running of the Lakeland Lanequest road cycling orienteering summer series sets off next week.

Vantage point: The streets are packed with spectators for the Ulverston Hospital Parade in 1913 SUBMITTED guild-june-02

Next arrival: Ulverston railway station shown on a vintage postcard of around 1905 SUBMITTED guild-june-02

Shopping delights: A new along New Market Street, Ulverston, around 1905 SUBMITTED guild-june-02

 Vantage point: The streets are packed with spectators for the Ulverston Hospital Parade in 1913 SUBMITTED guild-june-02
Vantage point: The streets are packed with spectators for the Ulverston Hospital Parade in 1913 SUBMITTED guild-june-02
Pictures described a walk through Ulverston a century ago
LIFE in Ulverston through the decades featured at the last meeting of Broughton Ladies Guild.

TONY HADLEY: Tony Hadley

 TONY HADLEY: Tony Hadley
TONY HADLEY: Tony Hadley
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Taking part: Dan Hayes and Mathew Robson

Organiser: Christopher Kay

Christopher Kay

Sign of success: The medals which runners will receive at the end of the event

Christopher Kay: Organiser of the event.

 Taking part: Dan Hayes and Mathew Robson
Taking part: Dan Hayes and Mathew Robson
Marathon runners take to the Barrow coastline for inaugural event
FITNESS fanatics will be hoping to coast to success this weekend during a unique three-day marathon event.

Lashings legends: West Indies paceman Tino Best PA

Lashings legends: England's Monty Panesar PA

Lashings legends India's Sachin Tendulkar PA

 Lashings legends: West Indies paceman Tino Best PA
Lashings legends: West Indies paceman Tino Best PA
Get ready for Lashings of top quality cricket at Dalton
SOUTH Cumbrian fans are in for a real treat this summer when a team of former international players show off their skills.

Comeback: Dan Sayle is in line to feature for Askam tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Comeback: Dan Sayle is in line to feature for Askam tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Comeback: Dan Sayle is in line to feature for Askam tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Askam and Island look to make home comforts count
THERE is a full programme of amateur rugby league in the area tomorrow following a break for the Bank Holiday weekend.

Furness Magistrates' Court

 Furness Magistrates' Court
Furness Magistrates' Court
Arsonist jailed after assaulting ex-girlfriend and trashing her house
AN arsonist has been jailed after he assaulted his ex-girlfriend, flicked a cigarette lighter at her hair, set fire to items and trashed a house - causing thousands of pounds' worth of damage.

JASON DONOVAN: Jason Donovan

 JASON DONOVAN: Jason Donovan
JASON DONOVAN: Jason Donovan
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Faithful pal: Richard Harrison and his dog Denys

Memories: Peter Harrison beside one of his father's framed pictures

Cherished memories: Richard's wife Joyce and his son Peter with the published diary

Colourful past: The front cover of the book based on Dr Harrison's diaries

Dedicated: Dr Richard Harrison in North Lonsdale Hospital

Peter Harrison stands by the lamp post his father stood by decades earlier. Peter Harrison

Richard Harrison, in his RAF uniform smoking a pipe. Richard Harrison

Richard Harrison sits on top of an abandoned German Panther tank Richard Harrison

A Churcill 'Crocodile' tank in action. Richard Harrison

The ruins of a Panther tank abandoned in the woods. Richard Harrison

The bombed out ruins of Berlin. Richard Harrison

German medical instruments acquired. Richard Harrison

Dr Richard Harrison visiting Verdun in 2009. Richard Harrison

Poverty and cold in Luneberg, 1947. Richard Harrison

A German army medical case acquired by Dr Harrison Richard Harrison

A mosquito aeroplane on the tarmac Richard Harrison

Richard and Joyce Harrison on their first wedding anniversary, 1947. Richard Harrison

A Spitfire during the winter of 1947. Richard Harrison

A colourised picture of an RAF Spitfire, 1947 Richard Harrison

Dr Richard Harrison at North Lonsdale Hospital Richard Harrison

The Harrison family in Ulverston, 1963.

Richard Harrison on duty, 1947. Richard Harrison

Richard, Joyce and their family celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in 1996. Richard Harrison

The ruins of Berlin Richard Harrison

Richard Harrison at work Richard Harrison

Joyce, Richard and Peter Harrison at Fell Foot Richard Harrison

 Faithful pal: Richard Harrison and his dog Denys
Faithful pal: Richard Harrison and his dog Denys
Treasure trove of 'black and white gold' uncovered from Furness attic
A TREASURE trove of photographs taken by a Furness surgeon have finally seen the light of day after being hidden for more than 50 years.

Nearly there: Running for the try line is Lucas Irvine of Barrow Island Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS

Pass master: Declan Ashburner of Askam

Touchdown: Jensson Shannon about to score for Roose Pioneers

In the clear: Daniel Knott of Hawcoat Park

Catch me if you can: Jamie Gordon of Roose Pioneesr chases down Walney's Max Mawson

Escape: Lucas James of Askam LINDSEY DICKINGS

Breakaway: Barrow Island's Bobby Paxton heads for the line

On the loose: Toby Bowness is away for Roose Pioneers

Tight defence: Daniel Knott and Jake Mendez of Hawcoat wrap up Barrow Island's Josh Plane

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Barrow Island (blue) v Walney Cents (red/blue) u7s - Running for the try line is Lucas Irvine Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Millom and Furness (blue) v Hawcoat park (red) U12s - Daniel Knott Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Barrow Island (blue) v Walney Cents (red/blue) u7s - Running for the try line is Bobby Paxton Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Millom and Furness (blue) v Hawcoat park (red) U12s - Josh Plane Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose Pioneers (red/green) v Askam (green) u10s - Lucas James (centre) pushes through Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose (red/green) v Askam (green) u10s - Mason Russell Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose Pioneers (red/green) v Walney Cents (red/blue) u7s - (l-r) Jamie Gordon and Max Mawson Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose Pioneers (red/green) v Askam (green) u10s - Try scorer - Toby Bowness Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Millom and Furness (blue) v Hawcoat park (red) U12s - Daniel Knott Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Barrow Island u7s Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Under 10s Ulverston team Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose Pioneers u7s Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Millom and Furness u12 team Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Hawcoat Park u12 team Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose (red/green) v Walney (red/blue) u7s - Max Mawson Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Touchdown: Jensson Shannon about to score for Roose Pioneers

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose Pioneers (red/green) v Askam (green) u10s - Lucas James (centre) pushes through Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

RUGBY 7S --- Jeff Simm's Rugby 7's Festival Family Fun Day in aid of Furness Oncology // Pictured: Roose (red/green) v Askam (green) u10s - Declan Ashburner Sunday 28th May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Nearly there: Running for the try line is Lucas Irvine of Barrow Island Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Nearly there: Running for the try line is Lucas Irvine of Barrow Island Pictures by LINDSEY DICKINGS
Rugby youngsters unite in honour of stalwart Jeff
YOUNG rugby players got the chance to be part of a special day at Hawcoat Park on Sunday after being invited to play a part in the Jeff Simm Rugby Sevens Festival.

Champions: Ulverston Otters 2017 Diddy League winners submitted

Back in the day: Ulverston Otters's Diddy League winning team of 2011 submitted

 Champions: Ulverston Otters 2017 Diddy League winners submitted
Champions: Ulverston Otters 2017 Diddy League winners submitted
Ulverston Otters rise again to win Diddy League
ULVERSTON Otters have been crowned Cumbria Diddy League swimming champions once again after a six-year hiatus.
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