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WITH WORDS BY DAVID PICKTHALL ---- Cllr Judy Pickthall outside the Ulverston Tourist Information Centre (TIC) which is under threat of closure, the centre is currently based in the Coronation Hall. Tuesday 13th October 2009. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0507010

 WITH WORDS BY DAVID PICKTHALL ---- Cllr Judy Pickthall outside the Ulverston Tourist Information Centre (TIC) which is under threat of closure, the centre is currently based in the Coronation Hall. Tuesday 13th October 2009. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0507010
WITH WORDS BY DAVID PICKTHALL ---- Cllr Judy Pickthall outside the Ulverston Tourist Information Centre (TIC) which is under threat of closure, the centre is currently based in the Coronation Hall. Tuesday 13th October 2009. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0507010
Transfer of Coro will still go ahead despite three-month-delay
ASSURANCES have been made that despite a three-month delay the transfer of Ulverston assets to a community-led group will still go ahead. 

Part of the dual carriageway in Lightburn Road, Ulverston, close to where a crash happened on Saturday night. 

 Part of the dual carriageway in Lightburn Road, Ulverston, close to where a crash happened on Saturday night. 
Part of the dual carriageway in Lightburn Road, Ulverston, close to where a crash happened on Saturday night. 
Police appeal for witnesses after crash in Ulverston
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a two-car collision in Ulverston. 
Ulverston bank closed because of fire
A TOWN centre bank closed after smoke was found to be coming from the basement.

 RED LION, DALTON --- The Red Lion pub, Dalton.

The Brown Cow, at Dalton.

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  RED LION, DALTON --- The Red Lion pub, Dalton.
 RED LION, DALTON --- The Red Lion pub, Dalton.
Here are the best South Cumbria pubs for a cozy weekend drink away from the weather
DON'T let the weekend be a washout by heading to one of our great local pubs.

The Coronation Hall in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH

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 The Coronation Hall in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH
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The Coronation Hall in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow home sells for £17k at auction
PROSPECTIVE buyers gathered at an event to find out what the local property market had to offer.

Photomontage (indicative only) of how the Mountbarrow Road entrance to the Nook Farm development will look (provided by Concept Architecture)

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Photomontage (indicative only) of how the Urswick Road entrance to the Nook Farm development will look

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Photomontage (indicative only) of how the Urswick Road entrance to the Nook Farm development will look

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 Photomontage (indicative only) of how the Mountbarrow Road entrance to the Nook Farm development will look (provided by Concept Architecture)
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Photomontage (indicative only) of how the Mountbarrow Road entrance to the Nook Farm development will look (provided by Concept Architecture)
Planning application for 330 houses in Ulverston is recommended for approval 
A PLANNING application for 330 houses to be built on farmland is being recommended for approval.

A signed first edition of Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester SUBMITTED auction-feb-20

The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse and the Roly-Poly Pudding by Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-feb-20

An invitation and menu card from the Barrow launch of HMS Natal in 1905 SUBMITTED auction-feb-20

A rebacked vintage copy of The Tailor of Gloucester by Beatrix Potter SUBMITTED auction-feb-20

A pair of Royal Doulton character mugs featuring Ulverston-born comic actor Stan Laurel and his screen partner Oliver Hardy SUBMITTED auction-feb-20

 A signed first edition of Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester SUBMITTED auction-feb-20
A signed first edition of Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester SUBMITTED auction-feb-20
Potter anniversary brings out the treasures
A NUMBER of expensive collectables have come up for auction with this being the 150th anniversary of the birth of Lakeland author Beatrix Potter. The February 25 sale by Nate D. Sanders, at Los Angeles, California, has a first edition of Beatrix Potter’s third book The Tailor of Gloucester. 

IN CONTENTION Matt Archer is available for Hindpool's trip to Millom 

 IN CONTENTION Matt Archer is available for Hindpool's trip to Millom 
IN CONTENTION Matt Archer is available for Hindpool's trip to Millom 
Rugby league clubs ready for Barton Townley Cup openers 
THE Barton Townley Cup starts on Saturday as the amateur rugby league season kicks into gear, writes PADDY McATEER.

RANGERS AT THE READY Gavin Butler, of GSK Ulverston Rangers,  is hoping to see his side's fixture go ahead against Buscough at Canal Foot tomorrow MILTON HAWORTH.

 RANGERS AT THE READY Gavin Butler, of GSK Ulverston Rangers,  is hoping to see his side's fixture go ahead against Buscough at Canal Foot tomorrow MILTON HAWORTH.
RANGERS AT THE READY Gavin Butler, of GSK Ulverston Rangers,  is hoping to see his side's fixture go ahead against Buscough at Canal Foot tomorrow MILTON HAWORTH.
Ulverston Rangers boss expects tough battle against high-fliers
GAVIN Butler is under no illusions about the task which faces GSK Ulverston Rangers when high-riding Buscough Richmond head to Canal Foot on Saturday.

ULVERSTON TAX OFFICE Ulverston Tax office Brogden Street, Ulverston, Thursday 18th February 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

 ULVERSTON TAX OFFICE Ulverston Tax office Brogden Street, Ulverston, Thursday 18th February 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
ULVERSTON TAX OFFICE Ulverston Tax office Brogden Street, Ulverston, Thursday 18th February 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Closure of Ulverston tax office branded as 'bad news'
THE closure of a tax office has been branded as "bad news" for a town. 

WE COME FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDER Australian duo Joel Smith and Jake Schofield will be men at work for Ulverston RL this season LINDSEY DICKINGS

 WE COME FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDER Australian duo Joel Smith and Jake Schofield will be men at work for Ulverston RL this season LINDSEY DICKINGS
WE COME FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDER Australian duo Joel Smith and Jake Schofield will be men at work for Ulverston RL this season LINDSEY DICKINGS
Australian duo signed up for Ulverston RL campaign
ULVERSTON will have a pair of Australian aces in the pack as they tackle the Cumbria League and Barton-Townley Cup this season.

(L-R) Design technology Teacher Julie Newnham, Ulverston Rotary young chef coordinator Ken Day, Academic team leader of Design technology Teacher Louisa Gibson. LEANNE BOLGER

Students Starter . Thursday 5th February 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

Competition finalist UVHS student Haley Simpson, 14. LEANNE BOLGER

Competition Trophy. LEANNE BOLGER

Competition finalist UVHS student George Bradshaw, 15. LEANNE BOLGER

Competition Judge, chef and London restaurant owner Michael Moore. LEANNE BOLGER

Competition Judge, Lakeside's Head Chef Richard Booth. LEANNE BOLGER

Finalist and Dowdales student Will Hendley, 15 from Dalton. LEANNE BOLGER

Finalist and Dowdales student Alfie Hool, 15, from Barrow. LEANNE BOLGER

 (L-R) Design technology Teacher Julie Newnham, Ulverston Rotary young chef coordinator Ken Day, Academic team leader of Design technology Teacher Louisa Gibson. LEANNE BOLGER
(L-R) Design technology Teacher Julie Newnham, Ulverston Rotary young chef coordinator Ken Day, Academic team leader of Design technology Teacher Louisa Gibson. LEANNE BOLGER
Young chefs have the recipe to success in Cumbrian cookery contest
TWO young girls are cooking up a storm as they prepare to represent Cumbria in the finals of a regional competition.

Chris Alexandrou outside the Old Avon Taxis office on Walney Promenade. LEANNE BOLGER

 Chris Alexandrou outside the Old Avon Taxis office on Walney Promenade. LEANNE BOLGER
Chris Alexandrou outside the Old Avon Taxis office on Walney Promenade. LEANNE BOLGER
Walney takeaway plan would create eight new jobs
A BUSINESS owner wants to open a hot food takeaway on Walney Promenade and create around eight new jobs. 

John Hall's EP, 4 Short Guitar Tunes, 6 Iron Gates, will be launched at the event

 John Hall's EP, 4 Short Guitar Tunes, 6 Iron Gates, will be launched at the event
John Hall's EP, 4 Short Guitar Tunes, 6 Iron Gates, will be launched at the event
Record shop finds inspire play and multimedia evening
AN evening of unique multimedia presentations takes place in Ulverston next week.
Furness family walks for half term
If you and your family are planning to pull on your mittens and scarves and get some much needed fresh air over the half term week then you may be racking your brains for some good local walks, routes that are close but that you might not have done in a few years.

ALL SET Pupils from Walney, Chetwynde, Dowdales and Ulverston Victoria ready for the Chance to Compete Under-13s competition JON GRANGER

STRENGTH OF SAMSON Ulverston Victoria High School's Samson Storey bowls as his team head to victory in the Chance to Compete tournament at Furness College JON GRANGER

FULL PELT Arnie Luxon bowls for Walney School JON GRANGER

ON THE CUT Joe Amison takes a swing for Chetwynde in Cumbria Cricket's Chance to Compete tournament JON GRANGER

RESPECT Walney and Chetwynde pupils shake hands JON GRANGER

CLOSE CALL Dowdales' Bradley Stephens watches as the ball goes past his bat JON GRANGER

HE'S THE MAN Lewis Bayman goes on the attack for Dowdales JON GRANGER

FREDDIE'S READY Freddie Burrow bats for Chance to Compete champions Ulverston Victoria High School JON GRANGER

GLOVELY STUFF Equipment ready to be used at the Chance to Compete tournament at Furness College JON GRANGER

KEEPING ORDER Alex McCormack behind the stumps for Walney JON GRANGER

SWING OUT BROTHER Rohan Holmes bats for Chetwynde in the under-13s Chance to Compete competition JON GRANGER

WELL DONE Connor Ogden, of Chetwynde (right), after shaking hands with the Walney players JON GRANGER

 ALL SET Pupils from Walney, Chetwynde, Dowdales and Ulverston Victoria ready for the Chance to Compete Under-13s competition JON GRANGER
ALL SET Pupils from Walney, Chetwynde, Dowdales and Ulverston Victoria ready for the Chance to Compete Under-13s competition JON GRANGER
Ulverston triumph in schools cricket contest
ULVERSTON Victoria High School were crowned Chance to Compete champions after a tough day of competition at Furness College.

LOOKING TO FUTURE Chairman of Ulverston Canal Regeneration Group, Colin Smith, at Canal Foot, Ulverston

 LOOKING TO FUTURE Chairman of Ulverston Canal Regeneration Group, Colin Smith, at Canal Foot, Ulverston
LOOKING TO FUTURE Chairman of Ulverston Canal Regeneration Group, Colin Smith, at Canal Foot, Ulverston
Backing for £133,000 Ulverston Canal project
A £133,000 project to make a community waterway safe and accessible for everyone has been backed.

WALKING FRIENDS The Morecambe Bay team from 1966. Standing, from left, is Harry Butcher, Ted Martin, Jack Manning and Billy Walker. Crouched at the front is Jim Croskery with Jack Willacy to his right SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

PATCHED UP Plastic sheet is wrapped round the feet of Jim Croskery after his shoes were lost on the Morecambe Bay crossing in 1966 SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

STRIDING OUT wading through the water on the Morecambe Bay crossing SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

Having FUN The walkers with reporters and well-wishers in the background SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

The Walkers with a plastic hoop picked up on the Morecambe Bay sands SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

TIME OUT taking a drink stop during the 1966 walk SUBMITTED bay-feb-18

 WALKING FRIENDS The Morecambe Bay team from 1966. Standing, from left, is Harry Butcher, Ted Martin, Jack Manning and Billy Walker. Crouched at the front is Jim Croskery with Jack Willacy to his right SUBMITTED bay-feb-18
WALKING FRIENDS The Morecambe Bay team from 1966. Standing, from left, is Harry Butcher, Ted Martin, Jack Manning and Billy Walker. Crouched at the front is Jim Croskery with Jack Willacy to his right SUBMITTED bay-feb-18
National spotlight on bay walkers
ALMOST 50 years ago the national spotlight was fixed on a group of six Glaxo colleagues as they made a pioneering walk across the Morecambe Bay to Ulverston.

Dairy farmer Stephen Wood's sheep in snow at Beckside Farm in Pennington. 8 February 1996. Evening Mail archive

One of dairy farmer Stephen Wood's lambs in snow at Beckside Farm in Pennington. 8 February 1996 Evening Mail archive

Dairy farmer Stephen Wood of Beckside Farm in Pennington with one of is lambs. 8 February 1996 Evening Mail archive

Tractor drawn turner at work on Mr W Holmes' Roosecote farm. Driver is D Williams of Walney. Date unknown. Evening Mail archive

Stephen and Joanne Muton training cattle for North Lonsdale Show. 29 July 1997 Evening Mail archive

John Battersby with his supreme champion dairy cow. 19 August 1997 Evening Mail archive

Entries in a shire horse competition. 19 August 1997 Evening Mail archive

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Keep Britain Farming campaigners march in Ulverston. 10 January 1998 Evening Mail archive

 Dairy farmer Stephen Wood's sheep in snow at Beckside Farm in Pennington. 8 February 1996. Evening Mail archive
Dairy farmer Stephen Wood's sheep in snow at Beckside Farm in Pennington. 8 February 1996. Evening Mail archive
NOSTALGIA: Lambing season in Furness

Peter Solly, Forest Fuels managing director

Gemma Turrall from Lakes Biomass

 Peter Solly, Forest Fuels managing director
Peter Solly, Forest Fuels managing director
Ulverston firm bought by UK's leading wood fuel supplier
AN Ulverston company has linked up with the UK’s leading wood fuel supplier

Valerie Hale. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Valerie Hale. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Valerie Hale. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Service that elderly rely on in Ulverston is being axed
A SERVICE that elderly people have come to rely on for support is being axed due to lack of funds.

The Hoad at Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH

 The Hoad at Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH
The Hoad at Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH
Budget supermarket searching for site in Ulverston
BUDGET supermarket chain Lidl has confirmed it is looking at sites in a town - and the move has sparked a fierce debate. 

Suzanne Higgins (back centre) with fellow residents of Union Close in Ulverston who asked asked for kerbside recycling collections for cardboard and plastics - 24/09/2015 JON GRANGER

 Suzanne Higgins (back centre) with fellow residents of Union Close in Ulverston who asked asked for kerbside recycling collections for cardboard and plastics - 24/09/2015 JON GRANGER
Suzanne Higgins (back centre) with fellow residents of Union Close in Ulverston who asked asked for kerbside recycling collections for cardboard and plastics - 24/09/2015 JON GRANGER
Plastic and cardboard recycling collections introduced in Ulverston
NEW plastic and cardboard recycling collections are to start in Ulverston town centre. 

Barrovian Jan Sim-Oliver who now lives in Holland, comes back to Barrow to meet up with Furness relatives for the first time - after a chance encounter with her cousin Donna Foster on Facebook. Jan pictured on Walney with her uncle and aunt Derek Eliott and Jean Fones (brother and sister), all meeting for the first time. 14/02/2016 JON GRANGER

Barrovian Jan Sim-Oliver who now lives in Holland, comes back to Barrow to meet up with Furness relatives for the first time - after a chance encounter with her cousin Donna Foster on Facebook. Jan pictured (centre) with relatives on Walney - all meeting for the first time. 14/02/2016 JON GRANGER

Barrovian Jan Sim-Oliver who now lives in Holland, comes back to Barrow to meet up with Furness relatives for the first time - after a chance encounter with her cousin Donna Foster on Facebook. Jan pictured (right) with her cousin Donna Foster and a list of relatives they would like to find. 14/02/2016 JON GRANGER

 Barrovian Jan Sim-Oliver who now lives in Holland, comes back to Barrow to meet up with Furness relatives for the first time - after a chance encounter with her cousin Donna Foster on Facebook. Jan pictured on Walney with her uncle and aunt Derek Eliott and Jean Fones (brother and sister), all meeting for the first time. 14/02/2016 JON GRANGER
Barrovian Jan Sim-Oliver who now lives in Holland, comes back to Barrow to meet up with Furness relatives for the first time - after a chance encounter with her cousin Donna Foster on Facebook. Jan pictured on Walney with her uncle and aunt Derek Eliott and Jean Fones (brother and sister), all meeting for the first time. 14/02/2016 JON GRANGER
Relatives of separated family united at last in Barrow
MEMBERS of a family who have spent a lifetime not knowing that one another existed were emotionally united for the first time at the weekend.

READY TO RETURN Liam Conroy on his way to victory in his last fight - against Elvis Dube in September LOUIS DAWSON

WHERE IT ALL BEGAN Liam Conroy on his way to victory over Danny Brown of Essex in his first pro bout at The in Bolton in June 22 Louis Dawson

 READY TO RETURN Liam Conroy on his way to victory in his last fight - against Elvis Dube in September LOUIS DAWSON
READY TO RETURN Liam Conroy on his way to victory in his last fight - against Elvis Dube in September LOUIS DAWSON
Conroy feels experience can give him edge in title bout
EXPERIENCE could be key for Liam Conroy when he goes for title glory this weekend.
Man punched to the ground and kicked in head in Ulverston assault
A MAN was punched to the ground and kicked in the head in an Ulverston assault.

GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine. Cumbria Fire and Rescue.

 GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine. Cumbria Fire and Rescue.
GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine. Cumbria Fire and Rescue.
Firefighters tackle car fire in Ulverston
FIREFIGHTERS extinguished a blaze in a car this afternoon.
Fire crews respond to cooking fire in Ireleth
Fire crews from Ulverston and Barrow were called to a cooking fire in Ireleth, minutes after they had contacted the resident to organise a smoke alarm check.

STAND FIRM GSK Ulverston Rangers defend their line against a Poulton free-kick MILTON HAWORTH

DAN'S THE MAN Danny Leech hammers the ball goalwards for Ulverston against Poulton MILTON HAWORTH

HAVE A CRACK JACK GSK Ulverston Rangers' Jack Gardner has a go for goal as the Poulton defence closes in MILTON HAWORTH

PUSH OFF Sam Lightfoot gets some rough treatment as he closes in on the Poulton goal MILTON HAWORTH

MATCH OFF The game between Millom and Furness Cavaliers in West Lancs Division Two was one of the few not to survive JON GRANGER

MAKE A TACKLE Matty Lawlor challenges a Poulton man at Oiory Road  MILTON HAWORTH

DANGEROUS This two-footed tackle earned Rangers a free kick MILTON HAWORTH

QUICK WORK Rangers' Dan Lee gets there first. MILTON HAWORTH

FORCED OUT Sam Lightfoot gets some rough treatment as he closes in on the Poulton goal.  MILTON HAWORTH

GOING DOWN Sam Lightfoot gets some rough treatment as he has a shot MILTON HAWORTH

NEAT FOOTWORK Danny Leech hammers the ball goalwards MILTON HAWORTH

 STAND FIRM GSK Ulverston Rangers defend their line against a Poulton free-kick MILTON HAWORTH
STAND FIRM GSK Ulverston Rangers defend their line against a Poulton free-kick MILTON HAWORTH
Holker make it 11 games unbeaten with Widnes victory
HOLKER Old Boys’ excellent form continued as they beat Widnes 3-1 at Rakesmoor in North West Counties Division One.

Ulverston Victoria High School, sixth form students (from left) Georgia Howard, Ella Clarke and Tom James. JON GRANGER

 Ulverston Victoria High School, sixth form students (from left) Georgia Howard, Ella Clarke and Tom James. JON GRANGER
Ulverston Victoria High School, sixth form students (from left) Georgia Howard, Ella Clarke and Tom James. JON GRANGER
Ulverston students ready for dream placement opportunities
THREE sixth formers were looking forward to learning from the leaders of Cumbrian businesses this week.  
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