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Police investigate burglary at Ulverston restaurant
POLICE are investigating a burglary at an Ulverston restaurant.

In action: Barry Lowden will play for Furness in their home game against East Lancashire

 In action: Barry Lowden will play for Furness in their home game against East Lancashire
In action: Barry Lowden will play for Furness in their home game against East Lancashire
Furness crown green bowlers seeking big win to secure promotion
THE Furness Crown Green Association Senior bowling team play their final match of the season against East Lancashire this Sunday.

Victorious: The GSK under-12s team who won their age group at the GSK 2017 tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Keeper Sam Higgins fires a kick in to the opposition's half as players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

Players get stuck in at the Glaxo junior football tournament in Ulverston

 Victorious: The GSK under-12s team who won their age group at the GSK 2017 tournament in Ulverston
Victorious: The GSK under-12s team who won their age group at the GSK 2017 tournament in Ulverston
GSK young guns rise to top after securing victory at Ulverston tournament - with video of winning goal
HOMEGROWN players triumphed at a junior football tournament after a nail-biting period of extra time saw them bag the winning goal.

ULVERSTON BEER FESTIVAL 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 ULVERSTON BEER FESTIVAL 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
ULVERSTON BEER FESTIVAL 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS
VIDEO: Preparation begins for Ulverston Beer Festival set to attract thousands of real ale fans
BEERS, ciders and perries to tempt all tastes will be on offer at the upcoming Ulverston Beer Festival.

Donation: Ulverston artist LoKi is auctioning a new piece for St Mary's Hospice

Donation: Ulverston artist LoKi is auctioning a new piece for St Mary's Hospice

Take part: You can place your bid at any of the St Mary's Hospice shops

Talent: LoKi's artwork at Ulverston Canal

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Talent: LoKi statues on the roundabout in Ulverston

Talent: LoKi statues on the roundabout in Ulverston

Talent: One of LoKi's statues enjoying the view from beside the Sir John Barrow Monument

Helen Garnett

Leaving his mark: LoKi artwork on a wall near Daltongate

LEANNE BOLGER

 Donation: Ulverston artist LoKi is auctioning a new piece for St Mary's Hospice
Donation: Ulverston artist LoKi is auctioning a new piece for St Mary's Hospice
'Ulverston's Banksy' donates a very special gift to St Mary's Hospice
A UNIQUE auction will be selling off a one-of-a-kind piece in the hope of raising money for a hospice which provides essential care.

Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER

Ace: Keen table tennis player Ben O'Flynn has represented his county

 Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER
Ben O'Flynn who will get his A-Level results this week, Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER
Wait almost over for A-Level students across south Cumbria and Millom
ON Thursday students from across south Cumbria and the Millom area will be discovering how they did in their A-Levels.

Trial: Preston Crown Court

 Trial: Preston Crown Court
Trial: Preston Crown Court
Ulverston man cleared after being accused of spiking another person with heroin
A MAN charged with administering a Class A drug to someone who later died has been found not guilty after a trial.

Newly qualified solicitor Natalie Colquitt Newly qualified solicitor with Milburns in Whitehaven is Natalie Colquitt.pic John Story July 6th 2017

The Submarine Service's tartan, modelled by Warrant Officer Stephen Thomson. Picture: Royal Navy

Egger's North East Business Awards win. Award sponsor and co-chairman of CIPD, Sarah Carnegie, presents the apprenticeship award to Egger's Tobias Zimmermann.

Gen 2 National Apprenticeship week at Energus Gen 2 national apprenticeship week final at Energus,Lillyhall on Friday March 10th 2017. Team Zinc from Ulverston who competed in the sculpture section with K7 Bluebird are Adam Kaczalski and Julie Fell.pic John Story

Gen 2 National Apprenticeship week at Energus Gen 2 national apprenticeship week final at Energus,Lillyhall on Friday March 10th 2017. Salterbeck entrepreneurialchallenge winners were (l to r) Danielle Armstrong,Zoe Hodgson and Lydia Johnson.pic John Story

 Newly qualified solicitor Natalie Colquitt Newly qualified solicitor with Milburns in Whitehaven is Natalie Colquitt.pic John Story July 6th 2017
Newly qualified solicitor Natalie Colquitt Newly qualified solicitor with Milburns in Whitehaven is Natalie Colquitt.pic John Story July 6th 2017
Ten jobs that don't need a uni degree
IF AFTER you get your results on Thursday, you can't stand another three years of study, can't face the debt, or don't think you'd get there, don't worry.

Speaking up: Mandy Penellum and Bernard Atkinson stand outside Ulverston Station to protest against rail fare increases

J Rees

Outrage: An RMT member holds a sign against rail fare increases outside King's Cross Station

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 Speaking up: Mandy Penellum and Bernard Atkinson stand outside Ulverston Station to protest against rail fare increases J Rees
Speaking up: Mandy Penellum and Bernard Atkinson stand outside Ulverston Station to protest against rail fare increases J Rees
Passengers hit by biggest rail fare increase in five years
COMMUTERS face the biggest rail fare hike in five years as the price of tickets will rise by 3.6 per cent.

Near-miss: Footage from a driver's dashcam shows the terrifying moment a head-on crash is narrowly avoided on the A595

 Near-miss: Footage from a driver's dashcam shows the terrifying moment a head-on crash is narrowly avoided on the A595
Near-miss: Footage from a driver's dashcam shows the terrifying moment a head-on crash is narrowly avoided on the A595
WATCH: Terrifying footage as accident is narrowly avoided on A595
A TERRIFYING near-miss on a notorious road was captured on a driver's dashcam.

Investigation: Cumbria Constabulary

 Investigation: Cumbria Constabulary
Investigation: Cumbria Constabulary
Police investigate assault on man in Ulverston pub
POLICE are investigating an assault on a man in an Ulverston pub.

Crowds: Barrow RNLI Lifeboat station hold their annual gala on The Green at Roa Island

Pictures by JON GRANGER

Making a splash: The Barrow Lifeboat is launched

Greeting: Barrow Sea Cadet bugler Nathan Woodburn announcing the arrival of the mayor and mayoress of Barrow, Tony and Janice Callister

Sunshine: fundraiser Beryl Cole

Day out: James Sommerville with his daughter Violet

Royalty: Gala princess Siobhan Baxter officially opens the gala. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

Competitive: Mark Atkinson of Ulverston attempting to beat the buzzer

Demonstration: Casualties Union member Jenny Fletcher with simulated bruises

Exercise: A simulated rescue

On the water : The team takin gpart in the simulated rescue

Action: Crews taking part in the simulated rescue

Meeting: Mayor of Barrow Tony Callister is introduced to RNLI mascot Stormy Sam

Full speed: Crew members during the simulated rescue

 Crowds: Barrow RNLI Lifeboat station hold their annual gala on The Green at Roa Island Pictures by JON GRANGER
Crowds: Barrow RNLI Lifeboat station hold their annual gala on The Green at Roa Island Pictures by JON GRANGER
Gala delights crowds at Barrow RNLI party
A PARTY atmosphere greeted a vital charity as its gala basked in sunshine at the weekend.

On tour: The cab door of a Welfare State International truck sen at Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS welfare-aug-12

Groups aims: The message on the side of a Welfare State International truck seen at Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS welfare-aug-12

Survivor: A Welfare State International truck seen at Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS welfare-aug-12

John Fox was artistic director of Welfare State International MAIL ARCHIVE welfare-aug-12

FINAL CURTAIN: A show called Longline, The Carnival Opera, was the last in Ulverston staged by Welfare State International, from March 14 to 18 in 2006 MAIL ARCHIVE welfare-aug-12

New Use: The Welfare State International Ulverston base in a converted building at The Ellers, Ulverston, in October 1998 MAIL ARCHIVE welfare-aug-12

Long links: Welfare State International organised its 23rd and last lantern procession finale at Ford Park in September 2006 MAIL ARCHIVE welfare-aug-12

 On tour: The cab door of a Welfare State International truck sen at Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS welfare-aug-12
On tour: The cab door of a Welfare State International truck sen at Cumbria Steam Gathering BILL MYERS welfare-aug-12
Vintage truck reminder of Welfare State Internation's role in Ulverston
IT is now more than 10 years since you could guarantee that the boldest, brashest, most colourful and loudest contribution to carnivals and many other public events would come from the Ulverston-based Welfare State International.

Firefighter Simon Morgan (green watch), Barrow Station Manager Roger Exley, firefighter Gareth Brownson (green watch) Simon and Cathy Broomfield from Verstone Kennels and Cattery with Pepper the Chesapeake Bay Retriever.

Lifesaver: Pepper demonstrating the special oxygen mask

Demonstration: Firefighter Gareth Brownson with Simon and Cathy Broomfield from Verstone Kennels and Cattery with Pepper the Chesapeake Bay retriever

First aid: Pepper the Chesapeake Bay retriever

 Firefighter Simon Morgan (green watch), Barrow Station Manager Roger Exley, firefighter Gareth Brownson (green watch) Simon and Cathy Broomfield from Verstone Kennels and Cattery with Pepper the Chesapeake Bay Retriever.
Firefighter Simon Morgan (green watch), Barrow Station Manager Roger Exley, firefighter Gareth Brownson (green watch) Simon and Cathy Broomfield from Verstone Kennels and Cattery with Pepper the Chesapeake Bay Retriever.
Life-saving pet oxygen masks presented to Barrow and Ulverston fire stations
LIFE-SAVING pet oxygen masks have been donated to Barrow and Ulverston fire stations to help with animal rescues.

Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates

CHRIS WEST

Death rattle: Ulverston's Gareth Yates is bowled by one that nips back from Thomas Hawdon CHRIS WEST

Pace attack: Haverigg's Joe Lovell bowling against Ulverston CHRIS WEST

Cut above: Ulverston's Ben Dryden on his way to a top score 45 CHRIS WEST

Delivery stride: Haverigg's Robbie Evans

CHRIS WEST

On the spot: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon

CHRIS WEST

Hitting out: Ulverston's Paul Storey CHRIS WEST

Off his pads: Ulverston's Ben Dryden CHRIS WEST

Straight drive: Ulverston's Shane Lewis

CHRIS WEST

Taking aim: Haverigg's Robbie Evans

CHRIS WEST

 Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates CHRIS WEST
Prized scalp: Haverigg's Thomas Hawdon celebrates the wicket of Gareth Yates CHRIS WEST
Postlethwaite brothers star as Haverigg see off Ulverston
HAVERIGG kept up the pressure at the top of the North Lancs and Cumbria League Division One with a six-wicket win over Ulverston.

Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller

Champagne Charlie: Barrow Celtic players congratulate goal scorer Charlie Buntin Steve Miller

On the ball: Charlie Buntin takes it past Rob Wall Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller

Calm down: Referee Colin Atkinson tries to calm things down after a flashpoint in the Barrow Celtic versus Croftlands match Steve Miller

Looking for support: Croftlands Park's Chris Malone moves into space Steve Miller

Croflands Park keeper Will Walker Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201 Joe Murphy

Croftlands Park defence manage to clear the ball Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Croftlands bosses Shaun Dixon and Matt Dean watch from the sideline

Barrow Celtic manage to get the ball to safety Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 201

Barrow Celtic v Croftlands Steve Miller August 2017 Joe Murphy

 Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller
Match-winner: Barrow Celtic's Charlie Buntin knocks it past Croftlands keeper Will Walker Steve Miller
Barrow Celtic get Buntin out to celebrate win over Croftlands
BARROW Celtic maintained their unbeaten start to the Furness Premier League season with a 1-0 victory over reigning champions Croftlands Park at Newby Terrace.

The rescued seal pup

 The rescued seal pup
The rescued seal pup
Baby seal pup rescued after becoming stranded on the shore at Roa Island
A YOUNG seal is set to spend time in 'rehab' after the stricken animal was spotted on the beach at Roa Island.

Suffering: Toby the labrador LEANNE BOLGER

Inseparable: Colin Powell and Toby LEANNE BOLGER

 Suffering: Toby the labrador LEANNE BOLGER
Suffering: Toby the labrador LEANNE BOLGER
Toby's owners thank public for helping to reach half-way fundraising milestone for vital operation
A DISABLED pensioner who has become a "hermit" because his trusty sidekick is unable to walk has thanked members of the public for raising half of the cash needed to pay for an operation.

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Participants of the Fun Run. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - start of the race. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. King / Queen of the hill, race action. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - 3rd lady and first local, Kerry Holden from Ulverston. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - race winner, Nathanael Ingram who was also competing in the 10K and Marathon. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - local, Jacqui Sutton-Riley from Ulverston. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - 2nd lady, Kathleen Swinglhurst. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - Christine Gaunt is happy to finish. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. King / Queen of the hill, race action. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Jon Dalton of Ulverston performing final preparations for the Half Marathon event. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Full Marathon runners. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Half Marathon runners. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Crazy driver at the event. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Fun runner William Dovey receives a high five from his dad Mark Dovey. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Full Marathon runners. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Claire Matthwick helping Sam and Hazel Buxton with their race numbers. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Ruth Whittaker congratulating her daughter Wren. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Event organiserGaynor Prior. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER

Runners taking part in the Festival of Two Feet 10k race set off from Ford Park, Ulverston. 12/08/17 REECE HANSON

Runners taking part in the Festival of Two Feet 10k race set off from Ford Park, Ulverston. 12/08/17 REECE HANSON

Runners taking part in the Festival of Two Feet 10k race set off from Ford Park, Ulverston. 12/08/17 REECE HANSON

 The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Participants of the Fun Run. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER
The annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet at Ford Park in Ulverston. Pictured: Participants of the Fun Run. 13/08/2017 JON GRANGER
GALLERY: Hundreds enjoy Festival of Two Feet
Hundreds of runners, Nordic walkers and athletes took part in Ulverston's Festival of Two Feet this weekend.

GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine

 GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
Fire causing delays for motorists on A590
A FIRE has caused lengthy delays for Sunday motorists this morning.

Vandalism: The destroyed piece of LoKi artwork in Lightburn Park, Ulverston

 Vandalism: The destroyed piece of LoKi artwork in Lightburn Park, Ulverston
Vandalism: The destroyed piece of LoKi artwork in Lightburn Park, Ulverston
Fury as vandals destroy latest LoKi artwork
VANDALS have enraged locals after destroying a piece of LoKi artwork.

Young participants of the Fun Run

JON GRANGER

Half the pain: Half marathon runners

JON GRANGER

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - local, Jacqui Sutton-Riley from Ulverston. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

ULVERSTON FESTIVAL OF TWO FEET. Hoad Hill, Ulverston. Jogging Pals Hoad Hill 5k - start of the race. 12th August 2017. CHRIS WEST

 Young participants of the Fun Run JON GRANGER
Young participants of the Fun Run JON GRANGER
Marathon runners conquer Festival of Two Feet
MARATHON runners young and old laced up their shoes and hit the Ulverston streets this weekend.

Swarthmoor Football Club receives the first donation from the Joshua West Foundation. The £1,000 donation in memory of Josh West was presented by Josh's parents Lee West and Nicola Lancaster to club chairman Tom Tomsett (front right of centre).

Legacy: Josh West

Fundraiser: Ulverston Victoria High School Sponsored walk 2017

Andy Nayler

Stepping out: Ulverston Victoria High School Sponsored walk 2017

Andy Nayler

Boost: Joe Morgan, who is to benefit from the Joshua West Foundation

LEANNE BOLGER

Support: Josh West'and his dad Lee West

Family: Father Lee West with his sons Billy (front) and Josh

Family: Josh West with his mum Nicola Lancaster

Mission: Josh West's mum Nicola Lancaster, brother Billy West, and dad Lee West

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Team spirit: Memorial match between Kendal and Swarthmoor football clubs in memory of player Josh West

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Talented: Josh West celebrates his success after picking up a football trophy

 Swarthmoor Football Club receives the first donation from the Joshua West Foundation. The £1,000 donation in memory of Josh West was presented by Josh's parents Lee West and Nicola Lancaster to club chairman Tom Tomsett (front right of centre).
Swarthmoor Football Club receives the first donation from the Joshua West Foundation. The £1,000 donation in memory of Josh West was presented by Josh's parents Lee West and Nicola Lancaster to club chairman Tom Tomsett (front right of centre).
Legacy foundation of Ulverston boy Josh is supporting young people
A FOUNDATION created in honour of a popular Ulverston boy has made its first donation to benefit young people and the community.

Russell Watson

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Russell Watson

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Russell Watson
INTERVIEW: Opera superstar Russell Watson set for most intimate tour ever
RUSSELL Watson is undoubtedly the UK's best-known classical singer, regularly entertaining millions of fans across the globe. KARL STEEL spoke to the exuberant opera star ahead of his surprisingly intimate debut appearance in Ulverston

On track: Mark Hills makes his way along the coastal path during last year's Hoad Hill Marathon

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Leading the way: Liz Strickland gets ahead of the pack in last year's event

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Hard day's knights: Mick Allars (left) and Paul McKay limbering up for last year's marathon

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Starting something: Gaynor Prior, event director at Pure Outdoor Events

MILTON HAWORTH

Going the distance: Trudi Dewar competing in the Brathay 10 in 10 earlier this year

CHRIS WEST

On the run: Trudi Dewar from Ulverston

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Taking part: Trudi and Paul Dewar, outside the Stan Laurel pub in Ulverston

LEANNE BOLGER

 On track: Mark Hills makes his way along the coastal path during last year's Hoad Hill Marathon LINDSEY DICKINGS
On track: Mark Hills makes his way along the coastal path during last year's Hoad Hill Marathon LINDSEY DICKINGS
Time will be no trial for Ulverston festival runners
RUNNERS, sprinters, strollers and walkers are preparing to put their best foot forward at the latest addition to a Cumbrian town's festival calendar.

Barrow train station.

'Shockingly bad service': John Woodcock

Service pledge: Members of staff from the various companies which are working on the new trains for Northern

 Barrow train station.
Barrow train station.
MP demands better rolling stock for Furness line
THE Barrow and Furness MP is demanding new rolling stock for the Furness line after data showed more than a quarter of journeys are delayed or cancelled at Barrow station.

Scene: The site of the incident in Ulverston

LEANNE BOLGER

Crash: The scene of the incident

LEANNE BOLGER

Investigation: The cyclist was airlifted to Preston Hospital

LEANNE BOLGER

ConvictedL Mohammed Ramzan

MILTON HAWORTH

Mohammed Ramzan "Rammy" at his restaurant opening on Walney

MILTON HAWORTH

 Scene: The site of the incident in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Scene: The site of the incident in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Walney resident who runs Barrow takeaway involved in collision with cyclist while driving illegally
A WELL-KNOWN takeaway owner, who never held a driving licence, was involved in a collision with a cyclist while illegally driving an ice-cream van.

A grainy CCTV image which could show LoKi at work

 A grainy CCTV image which could show LoKi at work
A grainy CCTV image which could show LoKi at work
Could this grainy CCTV be the first picture of mysterious artist LoKi at work?
GRAINY CCTV footage has been obtained showing what could be Ulverston's Banksy leaving his latest pieces of artwork in the dead of night.

The scene of the hit and run at the junction of Park Road and Priory Road in Ulverston 26th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

 The scene of the hit and run at the junction of Park Road and Priory Road in Ulverston 26th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
The scene of the hit and run at the junction of Park Road and Priory Road in Ulverston 26th July 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Family of Ulverston cyclist seriously injured in hit-and-run say he is 'showing signs of recovery
THE family of a 24-year-old cyclist who suffered life-threatening injuries during a hit-and-run have said he is now in a stable condition.

At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0

King Carl: Carl Waters netted for Millom in their 3-0 win at Furness Rovers

 At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0
At the double: Dean Crossman scored twice for GSK Ulverston Rangers as they beat Hawcoat Park 3-0
Dean at the double as GSK Ulverston Rangers sink Hawcoat Park
MIDWEEK action in the West Lancashire League saw four derbies take place, and three of them proved to be clear-cut.