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In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted

 In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted
In the pink: Askam RL will be kitted out in pink again tomorrow to help raise money for St Mary's Hospice and FGH oncology submitted
Askam think pink in their bid for National Conference promotion
SPORTING a special pink kit in the name of charity, Askam have a chance to push their bid for promotion from National Conference Division Two when they entertain fellow challengers Bradford Dudley Hill at Fallowfield Park.

Three times: Tom Askew scored a hat-trick for Askam A against Barrow Island A MILTON HAWORTH

 Three times: Tom Askew scored a hat-trick for Askam A against Barrow Island A MILTON HAWORTH
Three times: Tom Askew scored a hat-trick for Askam A against Barrow Island A MILTON HAWORTH
Askam still in title hunt as they face Ulverston
THE Furness Tile and Flooring Barrow and District League title is still up for grabs heading into tonight’s fixtures, writes JEFF COWARD.

Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston

The new statues on the roundabout in Ulverston

Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston

Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston

Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston

 Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston
Loki statues in Ulverston on the roundabout in Ulverston
Mystery Ulverston artist LoKi takes over roundabout once more
A MYSTERIOUS figure likened to graffiti specialist Banksy has left their latest works on display right at the heart of Ulverston town centre.

First film: Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland in The Charge of the Light Brigade SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

Birthday: The former Roxy cinema on Cavendish Street, Barrow, is 80 years old SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

Having fun: Staff from the Odeon cinema, Barrow, on an outing to Morecambe around 1947 SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

Lit up: A night view of the new Roxy cinema in Barrow during 1937 SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

In charge: The owner of the new Roxy cinema was James Brennan SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

Cinema staff: Josie Muffett was an usherette at the Odeon in Barrow SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

Film night: Maurice Haney was a projectionist at the Odeon in Barrow SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10

 First film: Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland in The Charge of the Light Brigade SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10
First film: Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland in The Charge of the Light Brigade SUBMITTED roxy-aug-10
80 years since doors opened at Barrow Art Deco cinema
THIS week sees the 80th anniversary of one of the Art Deco palaces of entertainment in Furness

Expertise: Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side

Skills: Kevin Tickle LINDSEY DICKINGS

Crowds: Taste Cumbria Cockermouth

 Expertise: Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Expertise: Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Furness names lead the line-up for hugely successful food festival
FURNESS chef Kevin Tickle leads the line-up of special events at this year's Taste Cumbria event in Cockermouth.

Children taking part in the Furness Future Leaders Academy took part in a workshop with MP John Woodcock (centre) at Furness College. They are pictured also with staff and other speakers. Wednesday 9th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Children taking part in the Furness Future Leaders Academy took part in a workshop with MP John Woodcock (centre) at Furness College. // Pictured: Megan Cupid Wednesday 9th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Children taking part in the Furness Future Leaders Academy took part in a workshop with MP John Woodcock (centre) at Furness College. // Pictured: MP John Woodcock Wednesday 9th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Children taking part in the Furness Future Leaders Academy took part in a workshop with MP John Woodcock (centre) at Furness College. They are pictured also with staff and other speakers. Wednesday 9th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Children taking part in the Furness Future Leaders Academy took part in a workshop with MP John Woodcock (centre) at Furness College. They are pictured also with staff and other speakers. Wednesday 9th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Young Furness campaigners inspired by working with MP and apprentice
YOUNG campaigners have been inspired by working with the Barrow and Furness MP and an award-winning apprentice.

Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side

Andrew Arnold-Bennett of Shed 1 Gin

Taste of Cumbria takes over the market place

Taste of Cumbria takes over the market place

 Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Taste Cumbria's flagship event to return bigger than ever
TICKETS for the special events at next month's Taste Cumbria festival in Cockermouth go on sale this Friday.

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Devastated pensioner in desperate plea to fund operation for best friend Toby
THE wife of a disabled pensioner has launched a heartfelt plea for members of the public to help fund an operation for his beloved labrador.

On the podium: Top three finishers in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k. Left to right: 3rd, Russell Maddams (Keswick AC), 1st, Ross Campbell (Striders) 2nd Jed Bartlett (Striders)

First home: Ross Campbell of Barrow And Funress Striders wins the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

And they're off: The start of the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

Oh brother: Justin Corbishley and brother James, who led the field home in the one-mile fun run

Setting off: The Hoad Hill Summer 10k gets under way

Fast pace: Dave Fulford leads the way in the early stages of the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

All smiles: In the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

Getting into their stride: The Hoad Hill Summer 10k

Spectator sport: Watching the one-mile fun run

Going well: Jodie Ritchie competing in the one-mile fun run

Family affair: Children and parents in the one-mile fun run

Big effort: Winner Ross Campbell at the finish

Pounding the streets: Competitors in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

Super Sharon: Sharon Dixon (149) who was second female home for the host club Hoad Hill Harriers

Winner: Vicky Johnston is first female home in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

All systems go: Runners enjoying the Hoad Hill Summer 10k

Vick-torious: First woman home Vicky Johnston crosses the line

Home James: Hoad Hill Harriers' James Corbishley wins the one-mile fun run Mark Harrison

 On the podium: Top three finishers in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k. Left to right: 3rd, Russell Maddams (Keswick AC), 1st, Ross Campbell (Striders) 2nd Jed Bartlett (Striders)
On the podium: Top three finishers in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k. Left to right: 3rd, Russell Maddams (Keswick AC), 1st, Ross Campbell (Striders) 2nd Jed Bartlett (Striders)
Ross the boss with victory in Hoad Hill Summer 10k
ROSS Campbell underlined his credentials as one of South Cumbria’s top middle distance runners with victory in the Hoad Hill Summer 10k.

Operation: Colin Powell with Toby, at his Ulverston home

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Companion: Toby the dog needs a £3,000 operation on his leg but his owners' pet insurance won't cover it

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PLea: At their home in Ulverston Colin and Bev Powell with Toby

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 Operation: Colin Powell with Toby, at his Ulverston home LEANNE BOLGER
Operation: Colin Powell with Toby, at his Ulverston home LEANNE BOLGER
Disabled pensioner trapped in own home because beloved 'guide dog' is in need of a £3,000 operation
WITH his trusty labrador Toby at his side, partially-sighted and deaf pensioner Colin Powell has managed to retain the independence he craves by taking regular walks while his wife Bev is at work.

Plans: Murray's pharmacy in Roose Road is going to be converted into an English and maths tutoring centre

LEANNE BOLGER

 Plans: Murray's pharmacy in Roose Road is going to be converted into an English and maths tutoring centre LEANNE BOLGER
Plans: Murray's pharmacy in Roose Road is going to be converted into an English and maths tutoring centre LEANNE BOLGER
Maths centre will be new addition to Barrow community
CHILDREN in our community will benefit from a planning development which will see a maths and English study centre built.

Site: The former HSBC in New Market Street, Ulverston

 Site: The former HSBC in New Market Street, Ulverston
Site: The former HSBC in New Market Street, Ulverston
Ulverston bank naming competition generates high interest
HUNDREDS of entries have been received in a competition to name a south Cumbrian landmark.

Incident: Hot Potato in Barrow

 Incident: Hot Potato in Barrow
Incident: Hot Potato in Barrow
Two injured following Barrow takeaway assault
AN assault outside a Barrow takeaway is under investigation by police after a man and woman were injured.

Emergency services

 Emergency services
Emergency services
Motorist taken ill on A590 near Ulverston
EMERGENCY services were called today (9) to reports of a motorist taking ill whilst driving on the A590 near Ulverston.

CUTOUT --- Hoad Hill Marathon Run - Sir John Barrow Monument. Tuesday 4th August 2015. JONATHAN LEE

 CUTOUT --- Hoad Hill Marathon Run - Sir John Barrow Monument. Tuesday 4th August 2015. JONATHAN LEE
CUTOUT --- Hoad Hill Marathon Run - Sir John Barrow Monument. Tuesday 4th August 2015. JONATHAN LEE
Festival of Two Feet - We answer the questions you need to know
THERE is something for everyone at this year's Festival of Two Feet at Ulverston's Ford Park.

Competition: Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Hopgarden Playboy

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Success: Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Hopgarden Playboy, who won the Skewbald and Piebald Junior Championship at The Royal International Horse Show 2017

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Competition: Mollie Mae Jeffrey and Annandale Hallmark at The NPS Championships.

Competition: Kate Wilson and Dales mare Tarbarl Mary Jane, owned by Glenis Cockbain, at the Royal International Horse Show

Competition: Emily Myerscough and Arturos Toast pictured at the Royal Highland Show

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Competition: Olivia Gilmour, of Barrow, and Emperors Diamond Dancer at The Royal International Horse Show

Morgan Pearce on Pentrecoed David. LEANNE BOLGER

Ellie Kirkbride and Tremarl Bumble Bee who rode at the Royal International Horse Show 2017.

Abbie Kirkbride and Lindeth Qualm who rode at the Royal International Horse Show 2017.

 Competition: Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Hopgarden Playboy SUBMITTED
Competition: Abbie Kirkbride, of Dalton, with Hopgarden Playboy SUBMITTED
Dalton rider celebrates win at Royal International Horse Show
A DALTON rider has been crowned champion at a prestigious horse show championships.

Lucky 13th: Harvey Lord impressed at the Kentmere Horseshoe Fell Race CHRIS WEST

 Lucky 13th: Harvey Lord impressed at the Kentmere Horseshoe Fell Race CHRIS WEST
Lucky 13th: Harvey Lord impressed at the Kentmere Horseshoe Fell Race CHRIS WEST
Lord guides Black Combe Runners home in Kentmere race
BLACK Combe Runners prepared for their summer break with a flurry of activity on the fells.

Venue: Chequers Hotel and Restaurant in Dalton

Joint administrator: Ben Woolrych - FRP Advisory

 Venue: Chequers Hotel and Restaurant in Dalton
Venue: Chequers Hotel and Restaurant in Dalton
Jobs saved at Dalton hotel
A POPULAR Furness eatery has been saved, securing 23 jobs.

Inspiring sight: From left: Kevin Wall (chairman Barclays Corporate Banking), Chris Brammall, Denys Shortt and Charles Shortt DCS GROUP

Lasting tribute: The Ally - the Spitfire sculpture designed and created by Ulverston's Chris Brammall DCS GROUP

The Ally DCS GROUP

The Ally DCS GROUP

The Ally DCS Group

 Inspiring sight: From left: Kevin Wall (chairman Barclays Corporate Banking), Chris Brammall, Denys Shortt and Charles Shortt DCS GROUP
Inspiring sight: From left: Kevin Wall (chairman Barclays Corporate Banking), Chris Brammall, Denys Shortt and Charles Shortt DCS GROUP
Soaring Ulverston-designed sculpture takes flight
HOMAGE has been paid to one of the greatest feats of British engineering by an Ulverston sculptor and blacksmith.

Gallantry: Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick was mentioned in dispatches which was represented by an oak clasp on the ribbon of Victory Medal SUBMITTED gallant-aug-08

Hospital visit: Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick was wounded in France and treated in Norfolk SUBMITTED gallant-aug-08

Taking care: An unidentified Red Cross nurse of the First World War SUBMITTED gallant-aug-08

Made it: A Sheringham platform sign at the old railway station which now forms part of the preserved North Norfolk Railway. Soldiers would have arrived here during the First World War for the military hospital BILL MYERS gallantry-aug-08

New uses: The Dales Country House Hotel was once a military hospital and among those treated was Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick BILL MYERS gallant-aug-08

Reaching safety: Wounded Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick made it to Sheringham in Norfolk for medical treatment BILL MYERS gallant-aug-08

 Gallantry: Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick was mentioned in dispatches which was represented by an oak clasp on the ribbon of Victory Medal SUBMITTED gallant-aug-08
Gallantry: Ulverston soldier Edgar Retallick was mentioned in dispatches which was represented by an oak clasp on the ribbon of Victory Medal SUBMITTED gallant-aug-08
Ulverston soldier was wounded in France but treated in Norfolk
A gallant soldier who survived the First World War with the help of the medical services was Pte Edgar Retallick,of Upper Brook Street, Ulverston.

Young people who are completing the NCS programme in Furness. Pictured Team Two who are organising a number of sponsored events and an awareness event for charities as part of their social action projects, Barrow, Tuesday 8th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

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Making a difference: Young people who are completing the NCS programme in Furness. Pictured Team Two who are organising a number of sponsored events and an awareness event for charities as part of their social action projects LEANNE BOLGER

 Young people who are completing the NCS programme in Furness. Pictured Team Two who are organising a number of sponsored events and an awareness event for charities as part of their social action projects, Barrow, Tuesday 8th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER .
Young people who are completing the NCS programme in Furness. Pictured Team Two who are organising a number of sponsored events and an awareness event for charities as part of their social action projects, Barrow, Tuesday 8th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER .
Furness school leavers arrange social action projects to help charities
SCHOOL leavers in Furness are organising a number of social action projects to help charities.

The Chadelics (photo by Leanne Bolger)

Paper Cranes (photo by BlackBoxRecordings)

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The Sides (photo by Lindsey Dickings)

 The Chadelics (photo by Leanne Bolger)
The Chadelics (photo by Leanne Bolger)
All-day party is outdoor return for Twang
A FREE all-day party will take place in Ulverston over the August bank holiday weekend featuring a packed line-up of live acts and DJs.

Investigation: A vehicle mounted a pavement

 Investigation: A vehicle mounted a pavement
Investigation: A vehicle mounted a pavement
Police investigating vehicle mounting pavement
A GRAN and her granddaughter had to move out of the way when a vehicle mounted the pavement.

LE says: My family has 2 cats, Ziggy is our little white and grey kitten who is of course, named after David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust. Then our black, ginger and white calico cat is called Rosie. Ziggy is a very lazy and cuddly cat which is the exact opposite of Rosie who is shy and energetic. Both of them create havoc but we love them so much!

Isambard Kitten Brunel (Izzy) and Mr Shouty from Ulverston.

Looking far too innocent, says owner Sam Sparkes

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

Holly Moore, who belongs to our chief reporter Sarah Moore, in celebration of International Cat Day

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Perry and Frank

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Frank

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Lynne Wild's cat Baby

Lynne Wild's cat Baby

Lynne Wild's cat Baby

Lynne Wild's cat Baby

Belle, owned by Rachel Pape

Belle, owned by Rachel Pape

Beau, owned by Rachel Pape

LE says: My family has 2 cats, Ziggy is our little white and grey kitten who is of course, named after David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust. Then our black, ginger and white calico cat is called Rosie. Ziggy is a very lazy and cuddly cat which is the exact opposite of Rosie who is shy and energetic. Both of them create havoc but we love them so much!

Andrew Gilbert's Panda enjoying Christmas

Spike Allinson from Carlisle, submitted by Mark

Spike Allinson from Carlisle, submitted by Mark

Spike Allinson from Carlisle, submitted by Mark

Amy Thomson has sent photos of tabby cat Anna and greay and white Elsa, who are named after the lead characters from Frozen

Amy Thomson has sent photos of tabby cat Anna and greay and white Elsa, who are named after the lead characters from Frozen

Amy Thomson has sent photos of tabby cat Anna and greay and white Elsa, who are named after the lead characters from Frozen

Oscar the one-year-old cat loves sitting down to read the newspaper and squeezing into boxes of all sizes, according to owner Philippa

Oscar the one-year-old cat loves sitting down to read the newspaper and squeezing into boxes of all sizes, according to owner Philippa

Oscar the one-year-old cat loves sitting down to read the newspaper and squeezing into boxes of all sizes, according to owner Philippa

 LE says: My family has 2 cats, Ziggy is our little white and grey kitten who is of course, named after David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust. Then our black, ginger and white calico cat is called Rosie. Ziggy is a very lazy and cuddly cat which is the exact opposite of Rosie who is shy and energetic. Both of them create havoc but we love them so much!
LE says: My family has 2 cats, Ziggy is our little white and grey kitten who is of course, named after David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust. Then our black, ginger and white calico cat is called Rosie. Ziggy is a very lazy and cuddly cat which is the exact opposite of Rosie who is shy and energetic. Both of them create havoc but we love them so much!
PHOTOS: Celebrate the International Day of the Cat
Who doesn't love a cat photo? Here's your chance to share with the world the best pictures of your cats!

Raid at a house in Weston Avenue, Ulverston

 Raid at a house in Weston Avenue, Ulverston
Raid at a house in Weston Avenue, Ulverston
Chemicals seized and tested after police raid at Ulverston home
A MAN was arrested on suspicion of drugs offences following a raid at a house in Ulverston.

Spectacular: The new archway in Ford Park garden, designed by Chris Brammall

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Installation: The archway

Underneath the arches: Ali Alger admires the new archway LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Spectacular: The new archway in Ford Park garden, designed by Chris Brammall LINDSEY DICKINGS
Spectacular: The new archway in Ford Park garden, designed by Chris Brammall LINDSEY DICKINGS
Collaboration between sculptor and Ulverston park a perfect marriage
A SCULPTURE installed at a south Cumbrian venue will provide the perfect backdrop for couples celebrating their wedding.

Viewpoint: Dalton Castle LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Viewpoint: Dalton Castle LINDSEY DICKINGS
Viewpoint: Dalton Castle LINDSEY DICKINGS
Enjoy ramble through Furness' history this weekend
A GUIDED walk through historic Furness takes place this Saturday.

Wheel meet again: From left, Ulverston Inner Wheel president Irene Jackson, past president Eileen Wiggans and biker John Walker

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 Wheel meet again: From left, Ulverston Inner Wheel president Irene Jackson, past president Eileen Wiggans and biker John Walker Submitted
Wheel meet again: From left, Ulverston Inner Wheel president Irene Jackson, past president Eileen Wiggans and biker John Walker Submitted
Ulverston community group welcomes blood biker
A BLOOD biker paid a visit to the Ulverston Inner wheel to explain the vital and often life-saving work they carry out.

Love it: Haverigg bowler Joe Lovell on his way to 4 for 43 against Lindal at Pennington Lane LEANNE BOLGER

Death rattle: Lindal batsman Paul Wilcock LEANNE BOLGER

Another one gone: Haverigg players celebrate a wicket at Pennington Lane LEANNE BOLGER

Straight bat: Lindal's Chris Brookshaw LEANNE BOLGER

Flick off the pads: Lindal's Sam Beckman LEANNE BOLGER

Evans above: Haverigg bowler Robbie Evans took 3 for 28 LEANNE BOLGER

Pace attack: Haverigg's Robbie Evans LEANNE BOLGER

No play today: The scene at Poolside on Sunday where the Higson Cup final was called off LEANNE BOLGER

 Love it: Haverigg bowler Joe Lovell on his way to 4 for 43 against Lindal at Pennington Lane LEANNE BOLGER
Love it: Haverigg bowler Joe Lovell on his way to 4 for 43 against Lindal at Pennington Lane LEANNE BOLGER
Higson Cup rained off as Workington edge ahead of Furness in title race
FURNESS and Cleator will battle for Higson Cup glory at the end of the month after the showpiece fell victim to the weather on Sunday.

Made it: Dunkirk survivor Billy Moorhouse had to swim for his life. He is shown with Kitty Barnwell SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

Close thing: Troops climb to safety in the Dunkirk movie SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

So close: Ulverston's Edward Burns got away from Dunkirk but died of his wounds and is buried at Dover SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

Got away: Barrow sailor Sydney Wall survived the sinking of his ship SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

Wounded: Barrow artillery man P. Craig was recovering in a British hospital after Dunkirk SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

Casualty: Young officer Geoffrey St Barbe Rabbidge was rescued from Dunkirk but died in hospital SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07

 Made it: Dunkirk survivor Billy Moorhouse had to swim for his life. He is shown with Kitty Barnwell SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07
Made it: Dunkirk survivor Billy Moorhouse had to swim for his life. He is shown with Kitty Barnwell SUBMITTED dunkirk-aug-07
Furness families waited months for news of soldiers taken prisoner at Dunkirk
THE $100m movie Dunkirk sorts who dies, who escapes and who is left behind in German-occupied France in two hours - people in the Furness of 1940 had to wait rather longer.