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READY FOR BATTLE  Dave Warne returns for a Walney side looking to maintain their 100 per cent Cumbria League record at leaders Distington Picture by Bill Watkinson

 READY FOR BATTLE  Dave Warne returns for a Walney side looking to maintain their 100 per cent Cumbria League record at leaders Distington Picture by Bill Watkinson
READY FOR BATTLE  Dave Warne returns for a Walney side looking to maintain their 100 per cent Cumbria League record at leaders Distington Picture by Bill Watkinson
Roose Pioneers in hunt for first win against Ulverston
ROOSE Pioneers are seeking first Cumbria League win of the season when they take on neighbours Ulverston at Redwaters tomorrow.

DALTON DELIGHT? Skipper Dan Sharpe will be aiming to lead Dalton to a crucial victory over title rivals Carlisle.

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 DALTON DELIGHT? Skipper Dan Sharpe will be aiming to lead Dalton to a crucial victory over title rivals Carlisle.
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DALTON DELIGHT? Skipper Dan Sharpe will be aiming to lead Dalton to a crucial victory over title rivals Carlisle.
JP on mission to boost Dalton's victory chances 
SWASHBUCKLING Springbok JP Van Aswegen believes the outcome of Dalton’s top-two clash at Carlisle tomorrow could be key to their title-winning chances.

Plans afoot to give Ulverston town centre a 20 miles per hour speed limit - Pictured - King Street. 22/07/2015 JON GRANGER REF: 50079046B000.jpg

Councillor Mark Wilson outside Ford Park Community Hall in Ulverston. 17/11/2009. JON GRANGER REF: 0511517

 Plans afoot to give Ulverston town centre a 20 miles per hour speed limit - Pictured - King Street. 22/07/2015 JON GRANGER REF: 50079046B000.jpg
Plans afoot to give Ulverston town centre a 20 miles per hour speed limit - Pictured - King Street. 22/07/2015 JON GRANGER REF: 50079046B000.jpg
Ulverston presses ahead with 20mph speed limit plan
ACTION is being taken to secure a blanket 20mph speed restriction across Ulverston.

TREMENDOUS DAY Windermere Golf Club’s Pam Tigg saw her Lady Captain’s Day raise £465 for Macmillan Cancer Support. She is pictured here with the club’s 2015 team Vice-captain Cliff Heath (left), and Captain Clive Matthews PICTURE SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE GOLF CLUB

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 TREMENDOUS DAY Windermere Golf Club’s Pam Tigg saw her Lady Captain’s Day raise £465 for Macmillan Cancer Support. She is pictured here with the club’s 2015 team Vice-captain Cliff Heath (left), and Captain Clive Matthews PICTURE SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE GOLF CLUB
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TREMENDOUS DAY Windermere Golf Club’s Pam Tigg saw her Lady Captain’s Day raise £465 for Macmillan Cancer Support. She is pictured here with the club’s 2015 team Vice-captain Cliff Heath (left), and Captain Clive Matthews PICTURE SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE GOLF CLUB
Windermere and Ulverston golf clubs in charitable mood
AN impressive £465 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support on Lady Captain’s Day at Windermere Golf Club.

WINNING SMILE Natasha Slater with the medal for winning the Faldo Series event at the Dukes, near St Andrews MILTON HAWORTH

SPLASH OUT Natasha Slater shows the skills which helped her to Faldo Series success MILTON HAWORTH

DRIVING FORCE Natasha Slater tees off at Furness Golf Club MILTON HAWORTH

IN THE SAND Natasha Slater shows the skills which helped her to Faldo Series success MILTON HAWORTH

CHAMPION Natasha Slater with the Faldo Series medal MILTON HAWORTH

ESCAPE Natasha Slater shows the skills which helped her to Faldo Series success MILTON HAWORTH

BUNKER PLAY Natasha Slater shows the skills which helped her to Faldo Series success MILTON HAWORTH

 WINNING SMILE Natasha Slater with the medal for winning the Faldo Series event at the Dukes, near St Andrews MILTON HAWORTH
WINNING SMILE Natasha Slater with the medal for winning the Faldo Series event at the Dukes, near St Andrews MILTON HAWORTH
Furness golfer to mix it with Sir Nick Faldo
SMOOTH swinging golf ace Natasha Slater will be mixing with some of the best young players in the world at the Grand Final of the Faldo Series.

BALL CONTROL Bryce Livingston takes part in the junior training with Barrow Raiders MILTON HAWORTH

READY TO GO Paul Crarey with the youngsters at the Barrow Raiders junior training session MILTON HAWORTH

THE HIGH LINE Dave High coaches a group of youngsters at the first Junior Raiders Pathway training session MILTON HAWORTH

WELL GROUNDED Children and coaches at the Raiders junior training MILTON HAWORTH

LEADING THE WAY Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey explains the great opportunity being given to these youngsters MILTON HAWORTH

ON THE RUN Children taking part in the  Junior Raiders Pathway event, funded by the club's Super Lotto MILTON HAWORTH

GOOD ADVICE Coach Paul Crarey motivates the youngsters at  Junior Raiders Pathway event MILTON HAWORTH

LEADERS Darren Carter, the head of the youth programme, briefs the other coaches at Craven Park MILTON HAWORTH

LEARNING PATHWAY Children and coaches at the Raiders junior training MILTON HAWORTH

KEEPING WATCH Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey at the first Junior Raiders Pathway event at Craven Park MILTON HAWORTH

SKILLS Bryce Livingston at the first Junior Raiders Pathway event at Craven Park MILTON HAWORTH

HARD WORK Bryce Livingston takes part in the Junior Raiders Pathway coaching MILTON HAWORTH

BRYCE ALMIGHTY Bryce Livingston takes part in the junior training at Craven Park  MILTON HAWORTH

PASS IT ON Bryce Livingston at the first Junior Raiders Pathway event at Craven Park MILTON HAWORTH

 BALL CONTROL Bryce Livingston takes part in the junior training with Barrow Raiders MILTON HAWORTH
BALL CONTROL Bryce Livingston takes part in the junior training with Barrow Raiders MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow Raiders Kids win the rugby Lotto
BARROW Raiders coach Paul Crarey found it hard to hide his delight after the first three sessions of the Super Lotto Development Programme attracted around 110 youngsters to Craven Park.

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Car and bus accident on A590 in South Cumbria 
A DOUBLE decker bus and a car were involved in a collision on the A590 in South Cumbria.

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 Satisfaction with police falling
Satisfaction with police falling
Walney driver refused breath test following collision
A WALNEY motorist was found with an open can of lager in his car after getting caught in a collision involving another vehicle and a cyclist.

Barrow Town Hall. HARRY ATKINSON

 Barrow Town Hall. HARRY ATKINSON
Barrow Town Hall. HARRY ATKINSON
Barrow council vows to oppose policing cuts
A CAMPAIGN to protect well-resourced community policing has won unanimous support from Barrow councillors.

Pesky are (left to right): Kate Stamp, Megan Cooper, Niamh Angell, Joseph Jackson, teacher Simon Cross. Front Row; Jessica Webster, Patsy Gillam and Harry Angell. 

Smells Like Tween Spirit by Pesky

 Pesky are (left to right): Kate Stamp, Megan Cooper, Niamh Angell, Joseph Jackson, teacher Simon Cross. Front Row; Jessica Webster, Patsy Gillam and Harry Angell. 
Pesky are (left to right): Kate Stamp, Megan Cooper, Niamh Angell, Joseph Jackson, teacher Simon Cross. Front Row; Jessica Webster, Patsy Gillam and Harry Angell. 
Young South Cumbria band praised by Radio 1 DJs
A SOUTH Cumbrian indie band have realised a lifetime's ambition - before they've even played their first gig.

Hayley Dixon, left, and Nicola Whittam are about to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge to raise awareness of vascular dementia MILTON HAWORTH

 Hayley Dixon, left, and Nicola Whittam are about to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge to raise awareness of vascular dementia MILTON HAWORTH
Hayley Dixon, left, and Nicola Whittam are about to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge to raise awareness of vascular dementia MILTON HAWORTH
Friends take on Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
TWO friends are set to tackle a three-peak challenge in Cumbria for the Alzheimer’s Society following the diagnosis of two women close to their hearts.

RISING STAR Jacques O'Neill in action for Castleford Tigers MELANIE ALLATT PHOTOGRAPHY

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SINGED AND SEALED Jacques O'Neill signs his new Castleford Tigers contract with head of youth Peter Riding PICTURE SUBMITTED BY JANET DODD

HANDY PLAYER Jacques O'Neill has penned a new deal with Castleford Tigers LINDSEY DICKINGS

 RISING STAR Jacques O'Neill in action for Castleford Tigers MELANIE ALLATT PHOTOGRAPHY
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RISING STAR Jacques O'Neill in action for Castleford Tigers MELANIE ALLATT PHOTOGRAPHY
Askam RL ace signs full-time Castleford Tigers deal
TERRIFIC Tiger Jacques O’Neill has signed his first full-time RL deal with Super League Castleford.

BARROW BOUND? Oliver Wilkes

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 BARROW BOUND? Oliver Wilkes
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BARROW BOUND? Oliver Wilkes
Barrow Raiders linked with move for Wilkes
INSPIRATIONAL Leigh Centurions  leader  Oliver Wilkes could be on his way to Barrow Raiders.

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Parking charges damage trade
LOCAL councils have been warned to stop using town centre parking charges and fines as a cash cow.

Entertainer 'Uncle' Tim Melville of Ulverston who needs a kidney transplant - pictured with his Parisien flea circus. JON GRANGER

 Entertainer 'Uncle' Tim Melville of Ulverston who needs a kidney transplant - pictured with his Parisien flea circus. JON GRANGER
Entertainer 'Uncle' Tim Melville of Ulverston who needs a kidney transplant - pictured with his Parisien flea circus. JON GRANGER
Ulverston grandfather’s heartfelt organ donor plea
A RETIRED accountant from Ulverston and well-known street entertainer is urging people to consider becoming organ donors - particularly live kidney donors.

WITH WORDS BY SUZANNE MURPHY --- New superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Police. Monday 6th July 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

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 WITH WORDS BY SUZANNE MURPHY --- New superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Police. Monday 6th July 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS
WITH WORDS BY SUZANNE MURPHY --- New superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Police. Monday 6th July 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS
New base for police in Ulverston
A PROMISE has been made that a police presence will be retained despite the station closing. 

BEAUTY: Barrow Schoolgirl Jordan Louise Smith the reigning Miss Cumbria is hoping to score a hat trick and win triple crowns as she competes in the Miss England Finals. 17 year old Jordan from Barrow in Furness was Junior Miss South Lakes, a title she won at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in 2013. Tuesday 14th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

BEAUTY: Barrow Schoolgirl Jordan Louise Smith the reigning Miss Cumbria is hoping to score a hat trick and win triple crowns as she competes in the Miss England Finals. 17 year old Jordan from Barrow in Furness was Junior Miss South Lakes, a title she won at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in 2013. Tuesday 14th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

The finals of the Miss Cumbria Competition, Chetwynde sixth former Jordan Louise Smith is the new Miss Cumbria. Jordan adde d te title to her already held Junior Miss South lakes sccoped the new title at Carlisle Racecourse. 16yr old Jordan will go forward to The Miss England final later this year. Here Jordan is crowned by last years winner Charlotte Bacon from Carlisle but studying drama in London. 22 FEB 2015. PICTURES BY MILTON HAWORTH (NOT A SHIFT - PLEASE CHECK PAY RATE BEFORE USE) 50073886B004.jpg

 BEAUTY: Barrow Schoolgirl Jordan Louise Smith the reigning Miss Cumbria is hoping to score a hat trick and win triple crowns as she competes in the Miss England Finals. 17 year old Jordan from Barrow in Furness was Junior Miss South Lakes, a title she won at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in 2013. Tuesday 14th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
BEAUTY: Barrow Schoolgirl Jordan Louise Smith the reigning Miss Cumbria is hoping to score a hat trick and win triple crowns as she competes in the Miss England Finals. 17 year old Jordan from Barrow in Furness was Junior Miss South Lakes, a title she won at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in 2013. Tuesday 14th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow pageant winner in bid for Miss England title
A BEAUTY pageant winner is taking it to the next level with the hopes of being crowned Miss England after becoming the first local girl to have made it to the finals in ten years.

CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads eventual winner Rev Up Ruby, ridden by Jonathon Bewley (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: The foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Despite the deluge these housewives from Windermere enjoyed themselves. Left to right; Lucy Wood, Kelli Thompson, Emily Corcoran, Rebecca Rowley and Laura Oliver. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: The foul weather failed to dampen the spirits of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Despite the deluge visitors enjoyed themselves. A young Dad feeds his daughter. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: A makeshift shelter for one of the bar staff. The foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Despite the deluge visitors enjoyed themselves. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: Roaring their horses to victory as the foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: The foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Despite the deluge visitors enjoyed themselves. Brian and Angela Rigg from Ulverston enjoyed watching the racing between showers Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: At the Betfair Barbeque Meeting the foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Despite the deluge visitors enjoyed themselves. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: Roaring their horses to victory as the foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Craigdancer and Dougie Costello (near), Ryan Day on Johnny Go (centre) and Lowanbehold under Jamie Hamilton jump together in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Henry Brooke rides Slipper Satin to victory in the Unsworth's Yard Mares' Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Trainer James Moffatt cools down Altruism after victory in the Betfair Price Rush Maiden Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie and Sean Quinlan (right) lead Callum Bewley on Maggie Blue in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads eventaul winner Rev Up Ruby, ridden by Jonathon Bewley (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads eventaul winner Rev Up Ruby, ridden by Jonathon Bewley (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads Callum Bewley on Maggie Blue (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CARTMEL RACES: Trainer James Moffatt cools down Altruism after victory in the Betfair Price Rush Maiden Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: The foul weather failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. Lord Cavendish can still manage a smile despite the deluge. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

RACING: The downpour failed to dampen the spirirts of the racegoers at Cartmel yesterday. This visitor was caught in the sudden squall. Monday 20th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

 CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads eventual winner Rev Up Ruby, ridden by Jonathon Bewley (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
CARTMEL RACES: Discoverie under Sean Quinlan (right) leads eventual winner Rev Up Ruby, ridden by Jonathon Bewley (left) in the Priory Hotel Handicap Hurdle at Cartmel. Monday, July 20, 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
Barbecue Raceday at Cartmel Racecourse
SAUSAGES sizzled under umbrellas as hardy horse-lovers braved a rainy day out at Cartmel.

Manchester psychedelic pop outfit Bingo Harry

 Manchester psychedelic pop outfit Bingo Harry
Manchester psychedelic pop outfit Bingo Harry
Psychedelic outfit hoping for a full house
MANCHESTER psychedelic pop act Bingo Harry lead a four-band line-up in Ulverston on Friday.

St Mary’s School in Ulverston have received an outstanding RE inspection. pictured: (l-r) Jack Sweeting, Leo Birchall, Assistant Headteacher Kevin McGoldrick, Finlay Taylor and Katy Gallacher with ship of Faith sculpture in front of a mural made by parent Claire Taylor at the school on Springfield Road, Ulverston.16th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

 St Mary’s School in Ulverston have received an outstanding RE inspection. pictured: (l-r) Jack Sweeting, Leo Birchall, Assistant Headteacher Kevin McGoldrick, Finlay Taylor and Katy Gallacher with ship of Faith sculpture in front of a mural made by parent Claire Taylor at the school on Springfield Road, Ulverston.16th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
St Mary’s School in Ulverston have received an outstanding RE inspection. pictured: (l-r) Jack Sweeting, Leo Birchall, Assistant Headteacher Kevin McGoldrick, Finlay Taylor and Katy Gallacher with ship of Faith sculpture in front of a mural made by parent Claire Taylor at the school on Springfield Road, Ulverston.16th July 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
Delight as Ulverston school declared ‘outstanding’ in all areas
YOUNGSTERS, teachers and parents are celebrating the perfect end to the academic year after their school was declared “outstanding”.

At The Lantern Festival in Ulverston torrential and persistant rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the of the thousands that took part and watched the procession to Ford Park. The culmination was a spectacular firework display. MILTON HAWORTH 18TH SEPT 2010.50010876B000.jpg

At The Lantern Festival in Ulverston torrential and persistant rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the of the thousands that took part and watched the procession to Ford Park. The culmination was a spectacular firework display. The second half of the procession crosses the A590 into County Square. MILTON HAWORTH SEPT 18TH 201050010871B003.jpg

At The Lantern Festival in Ulverston torrential and persistant rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the of the thousands that took part and watched the procession to Ford Park. The culmination was a spectacular firework display despite the damp conditions. MILTON HAWORTH SEPT 18TH 201050010871B007.jpg

 At The Lantern Festival in Ulverston torrential and persistant rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the of the thousands that took part and watched the procession to Ford Park. The culmination was a spectacular firework display. MILTON HAWORTH 18TH SEPT 2010.50010876B000.jpg
At The Lantern Festival in Ulverston torrential and persistant rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the of the thousands that took part and watched the procession to Ford Park. The culmination was a spectacular firework display. MILTON HAWORTH 18TH SEPT 2010.50010876B000.jpg
Ulverston Lantern Festival needs volunteers for epic finale
AN Olympic-style closing ceremony will be the highlight of this year's Ulverston Lantern Festival. 

ULVERSTON TOWN HALL --- Stock picture of Ulverston Town Hall. Friday 22nd August 2014. HARRY ATKINSON

The Coronation Hall in Ulverston. STOCK / FILE PICTURE / GENERAL VIEW MILTON HAWORTH 17TH JAN 2015

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 ULVERSTON TOWN HALL --- Stock picture of Ulverston Town Hall. Friday 22nd August 2014. HARRY ATKINSON
ULVERSTON TOWN HALL --- Stock picture of Ulverston Town Hall. Friday 22nd August 2014. HARRY ATKINSON
Final meeting in Ulverston town hall tonight
THE final Ulverston town council meeting in the town hall will be held tonight. 

CHARITY: Kerry Sharp, the inspirational Ulverston woman who will walk the Great Wall of China to raise funds for the treatment of the disease she suffers from. Kerry has lost six stones in weight and will run in the Ulverston half marathon. Kerry has NF2, a genetic condition which causes benign tumours to grow within the nervous system, most commonly within the brain. Kerry is out walking with her Aunt Susan Botterill who will go with Kerry on the trip to China. Thursday 16th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

 CHARITY: Kerry Sharp, the inspirational Ulverston woman who will walk the Great Wall of China to raise funds for the treatment of the disease she suffers from. Kerry has lost six stones in weight and will run in the Ulverston half marathon. Kerry has NF2, a genetic condition which causes benign tumours to grow within the nervous system, most commonly within the brain. Kerry is out walking with her Aunt Susan Botterill who will go with Kerry on the trip to China. Thursday 16th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
CHARITY: Kerry Sharp, the inspirational Ulverston woman who will walk the Great Wall of China to raise funds for the treatment of the disease she suffers from. Kerry has lost six stones in weight and will run in the Ulverston half marathon. Kerry has NF2, a genetic condition which causes benign tumours to grow within the nervous system, most commonly within the brain. Kerry is out walking with her Aunt Susan Botterill who will go with Kerry on the trip to China. Thursday 16th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
Brave Ulverston woman's Great Wall of China challenge
AN Ulverston who has a genetic condition where tumours grow within her nervous system has decided to stand against the condition.

WINNING HAND Dave Nicholson scores the try which sealed victory for Walney over Glasson Rangers DARREN GILLAM

VICTORY SEALED Walney celebrate Dave Nicholson's try DARREN GILLAM

GRAB HOLD Danny Morrow is tackled by the Glasson defence DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Danny Morrow PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Dave Nicholson PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Dave Nicholson PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Mike Backhouse PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Chris Larkin try PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Chris Larkin PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Mike Backhouse PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Chris Larkin PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Mike Backhouse PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Jordan Staffieri PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Mark McKinley PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Chris Larkin (left), Mike Backhouse (right) PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Jake Devereaux PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Danny Morrow PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Chris Larkin try PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

Walney Central v Glasson Rangers. Saturday, July 18, 2015. Jordan Staffieri PICTURES BY DARREN GILLAM

 WINNING HAND Dave Nicholson scores the try which sealed victory for Walney over Glasson Rangers DARREN GILLAM
WINNING HAND Dave Nicholson scores the try which sealed victory for Walney over Glasson Rangers DARREN GILLAM
Walney survive scare to see off Glasson
WALNEY Central kept the pressure on Cumbria League leaders Distington following a dramatic 24-20 win over Glasson at Central Drive.

STUMPS SCATTERED Danny Williams claims another Kirkby victim MILTON HAWORTH

GONE Danny Williams continues the onslaught, removing the leg stump of Matthew Bruce MILTON HAWORTH

ON A ROLL Danny Wiliams gets the high fives after bowling Mark Etchells MILTON HAWORTH

FINE SPELL Danny Williams with the match ball after taking 6 for 7 for Vickerstown against Kirkby MILTON HAWORTH

BAILS OFF Tom Marshall is bowled by Danny Williams MILTON HAWORTH

GOT HIM! Matthew Roskell celebrates taking the wicket of Kirkby's Mike Fugler, caught in the slips by Craig Daly MILTON HAWORTH

GOING, GOING, GONE Vickerstown's wicket-keeper about to take the catch to dismiss Kirkby's Mike Etchells MILTON HAWORTH

YES! Craig Daly is ecstatic as Vickerstown's wicket-keeper about to take the catch to dismiss Kirkby's Mike Etchells MILTON HAWORTH

HOWZAT! Matthew Roskell appeals for the wicket of Robert Fugler, who is given out lbw MILTON HAWORTH

YOU'RE DISMISSED Craig Daly is ecstatic as Vickerstown's wicket-keeper about to take the catch to dismiss Kirkby's Mike Etchells MILTON HAWORTH

OUT  Tom Marshall is bowled by Danny Williams. MILTON HAWORTH

FIST PUMP Matthew Roskell gets Mike Fugler caught in the slips by Craig Daly MILTON HAWORTH

CRICKET: VICKERSTOWN V KIRKBY. 18th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CRICKET: VICKERSTOWN V KIRKBY. 18th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

 STUMPS SCATTERED Danny Williams claims another Kirkby victim MILTON HAWORTH
STUMPS SCATTERED Danny Williams claims another Kirkby victim MILTON HAWORTH
Kirkby keep up title push with Vickerstown triumph
KIRKBY survived a scare on Walney to keep their title hunt in he North Lancs and Cumbria League Division Two.

View of the Langdales by Ron Stacey

Park in Pastel by Christopher Assheton-Stones

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 View of the Langdales by Ron Stacey
View of the Langdales by Ron Stacey
Pastel landscapes will prove to be highlights
AN annual summer exhibition opens later this month and will feature work by one of the country's most renowned pastellists.

FOOD REVIEW --- Hartleys, Dalton

FOOD REVIEW --- Hartleys, Dalton --- Lasagne

FOOD REVIEW --- Hartleys, Dalton --- Apple tart

 FOOD REVIEW --- Hartleys, Dalton
FOOD REVIEW --- Hartleys, Dalton
FOOD REVIEW: Hartley’s, Dalton
AFTER one of those days when you feel you're meeting yourself coming back - as the saying goes - the last thing you want to do is start cooking. 

Hunter Muskett playing live in 2010

 Hunter Muskett playing live in 2010
Hunter Muskett playing live in 2010
Folk fans Muskett out for legends' live shows
VETERAN folk band Hunter Muskett are back in Cumbria for two live dates this week.

Crook Young Farmers tug of war team who out pulled a much bigger Sedburgh team at the Coniston Country Fair. MILTON HAWORTH 24 JULY 2011

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Coniston Country Fair at Coniston Hall. Theyr'e off! youngsters bounce their way to the prize sweets in the space hopper race. 24TH JULY 2011. MILTON HAWORTH REF: 50022573B001.jpg

Coniston Country Fair at Coniston Hall. Judging the sheep. 24TH JULY 2011. MILTON HAWORTH REF: 50022573B000.jpg

 Crook Young Farmers tug of war team who out pulled a much bigger Sedburgh team at the Coniston Country Fair. MILTON HAWORTH 24 JULY 2011
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Crook Young Farmers tug of war team who out pulled a much bigger Sedburgh team at the Coniston Country Fair. MILTON HAWORTH 24 JULY 2011
Good weather expected for Coniston Country Fair
A SUNNY day has been forecast for today's traditional Lakeland fair.

CYCLING: Ten-year-old Keira Baggaley form Dalton is obviously delighted with her new trike after a generous donation from Integrated Network Systems Ltd in Barrow. Mum Melanie Baggaley launched an appeal via the Evening Mail to get her daughter her own specialist bike after Keira took part in one of the children's races at the Barrow leg of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series. Melanie and Keira are now planning a family bike ride together. Thursday 15th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

CYCLING: Ten-year-old Keira Baggaley form Dalton is obviously delighted with her new trike after a generous donation from Integrated Network Systems Ltd in Barrow. Mum Melanie Baggaley launched an appeal via the Evening Mail to get her daughter her own specialist bike after Keira took part in one of the children's races at the Barrow leg of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series. Melanie and Keira are now planning a family bike ride together. Thursday 15th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH

TOUR SERIES 2015 --- British Cycling GoRide event, amateur cyclists were given the unique opportunity to ride the Pearl Izumi Tour route ahead of the professional, and then continued on to Roa Island with British Cycling ride leaders. // Pictured: Riders (Keira Baggaley - left) make their way up Duke Street Friday 29th May 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50077479B008.jpg

 CYCLING: Ten-year-old Keira Baggaley form Dalton is obviously delighted with her new trike after a generous donation from Integrated Network Systems Ltd in Barrow. Mum Melanie Baggaley launched an appeal via the Evening Mail to get her daughter her own specialist bike after Keira took part in one of the children's races at the Barrow leg of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series. Melanie and Keira are now planning a family bike ride together. Thursday 15th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
CYCLING: Ten-year-old Keira Baggaley form Dalton is obviously delighted with her new trike after a generous donation from Integrated Network Systems Ltd in Barrow. Mum Melanie Baggaley launched an appeal via the Evening Mail to get her daughter her own specialist bike after Keira took part in one of the children's races at the Barrow leg of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series. Melanie and Keira are now planning a family bike ride together. Thursday 15th July 2015. MILTON HAWORTH
First family bike ride for 10-year-old Dalton girl
A MOTHER and daughter are looking forward to their first family bike ride, thanks to a generous donation.
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