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Well done: Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, who came second, with his family


          Well done: Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, who came second, with his family
Well done: Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, who came second, with his family
Ulverston triathlete smashes gruelling Lakesman 2017 challenge to finish second
AN extreme athlete made Father's Day 2017 one to remember as he crossed the line in second place in a gruelling triathlon.

Homes need: Almost 2,000 homes in the area are empty, according to figures revealed in a Freedom of Information request

Findings: The majority of empty houses are located in Barrow

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 Homes need: Almost 2,000 homes in the area are empty, according to figures revealed in a Freedom of Information request
Homes need: Almost 2,000 homes in the area are empty, according to figures revealed in a Freedom of Information request
Mail investigation reveals 'scandal' of 2,000 empty homes amid housing crisis
HOMELESSNESS and housing problems in 2017 have been described as "scandalous" by a South Lakes MP, as a Mail investigation finds almost 2,000 empty homes around the area.

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North West Evening Mail relaunches as The Mail
YOUR favourite local daily news brand today changes its name as part of a far-reaching redesign.

Affordable: Justine Steel in her home in Devonshire Road, Ulverston STEVE BARBER

Justine Steel (third from right) with (from left) Carl Ballantyne, project manager for South Lakes Housing; Katie Bamber, housing officer South Lakes Housing; Julie Jackson, principal housing strategy officer for SLDC; Lynne Campbell, empty homes officer for SLDC and Councillor Jonathan Brook, SLDC’s portfolio holder for housing and strategic growth STEVE BARBER

 Affordable: Justine Steel in her home in Devonshire Road, Ulverston STEVE BARBER
Affordable: Justine Steel in her home in Devonshire Road, Ulverston STEVE BARBER
'Brilliant' initiative helps families find local homes
A YOUNG family were able to stay in their home town thanks to funding through a grant scheme.

Crime figures have fallen in Ulverston

 Crime figures have fallen in Ulverston
Crime figures have fallen in Ulverston
Year on Year crime stats show fall in Ulverston
YEAR-ON-YEAR figures have shown that crime and anti-social behaviour has fallen in a South Lakes town.

Vision: An artist's impression of how farmland off Priory Road in Ulverston could look if plans for 235 new homes are approved

 Vision: An artist's impression of how farmland off Priory Road in Ulverston could look if plans for 235 new homes are approved
Vision: An artist's impression of how farmland off Priory Road in Ulverston could look if plans for 235 new homes are approved
Questions raised over plans for new homes in Ulverston
GREATER clarity is being sought over plans to build hundreds of homes in a south Cumbrian town.

National vote: Dorothee Pullinger missed out on a place in the Hall of heroes for her wartime work with munitions at Barrow SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

National figures: Scotland's Hall of heroes at the National Wallace Monument SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

New roles: Women munitions workers at Barrow during the First World War SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

Production base: The Shell Shop at Vickers in the First World War SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

Engineering: A plaque at Barrow shipyard commemorating the work of Dorothee Pullinger SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

Vital task: Making shells at Vickers in the First World War SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

Busy times: Inside the Shell Shop at Vickers, Barrow SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

National role: A badge of the kind worn by munitions workers at Barrow in 1915 SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20

 National vote: Dorothee Pullinger missed out on a place in the Hall of heroes for her wartime work with munitions at Barrow SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20
National vote: Dorothee Pullinger missed out on a place in the Hall of heroes for her wartime work with munitions at Barrow SUBMITTED pullinger-jun-20
Barrow woman munitions boss misses out on Hall of Heroes place
THE young woman who helped transform thousands of Lancashire mill girls into efficient Barrow producers of shells for the First World War needs has missed out on becoming an official hero - but may still win national recognition.

LIONEL RICHIE: Lionel Richie

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LIONEL RICHIE: Lionel Richie
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Highly-rated singer-songwriter Sunjay set for Ulverston debut
ONE of the rising stars of British folk and blues music will be making his debut in Ulverston next month.

Win some summer fun goodies courtesy of Tesco Extra in Barrow. The prizes are a paddling pool, water guns, and two disposable barbecues. Pictured in store (l-r) are Alex Douglas, customer assistant, and Sarah Reynolds, service manager with the prizes. LEANNE BOLGER

Hot stuff: The paddling pool, water guns, and two disposable barbecues LEANNE BOLGER

Sunny side: Jocelyn Sharkey, left, and Max Archer in Barrow Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Ice to see you: Brett Torkington, owner of Rossi's cold bar, with Chris Wilson, from Barrow Sass, buying an ice cream LEANNE BOLGER

Shine on: Teddi Rowley from Walney enjoys the sun at Biggar Bank, Walney LEANNE BOLGER

Attack of the cones: Ice creams at Biggar Bank, Walney LEANNE BOLGER

Fun in the sun: Twins Joseph, left, and Joshua Ryan, from Barrow having a picnic in Barrow Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Hats the way: Jocelyn Sharkey from Barrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Taken for a ride: Jocelyn Sharkey, left, and Max Archer enjoy the ride in Barrow Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Summer show: Stunning colours in the rose garden at Barrow Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Win some summer fun goodies courtesy of Tesco Extra in Barrow. The prizes are a paddling pool, water guns, and two disposable barbecues. Pictured in store (l-r) are Alex Douglas, customer assistant, and Sarah Reynolds, service manager with the prizes. LEANNE BOLGER
Win some summer fun goodies courtesy of Tesco Extra in Barrow. The prizes are a paddling pool, water guns, and two disposable barbecues. Pictured in store (l-r) are Alex Douglas, customer assistant, and Sarah Reynolds, service manager with the prizes. LEANNE BOLGER
Win fantastic summer fun goodies in our sunshine competition
AS SOUTH Cumbria feels the heat we've got some cool summer fun prizes to give away.

Meeting the stars: Rob McClymont with actor Chris Gascoyne, who plays Peter Barlow

Big day: The coastguard crews with some of the Coronation Street actors

Action: Filming of the rescue scenes at Arnside

Volunteer:Rob McClymont with his daughter, Lilly

 Meeting the stars: Rob McClymont with actor Chris Gascoyne, who plays Peter Barlow
Meeting the stars: Rob McClymont with actor Chris Gascoyne, who plays Peter Barlow
Barrow coastguard crew star in dramatic Corrie rescue scenes
COASTGUARD volunteers from Barrow got the chance to rub shoulders with the stars of the longest-running British soap by showing off their search and rescue skills on-screen.

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

 The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Influential Ukulele Orchestra revelling in Ulverston return
SOME of the world's biggest rockers are secret "ukers" - and unbeknown to many, so are some of the unlikeliest of pop stars.

Getting on his bike: Paul Rodger of Ulverston Tri Club (centre) who finished second overall

Here we go: members of Ulverston Tri Club ready for the start of the 2017 Lakesman submitted

Hard graft: Ryan Wood of Ulverston Tri Club

Jolly Rodger: Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Tri Club, with delighted family and friends

Worth the effort: Gary Broadbent with wife Emma at the end submitted

 Getting on his bike: Paul Rodger of Ulverston Tri Club (centre) who finished second overall
Getting on his bike: Paul Rodger of Ulverston Tri Club (centre) who finished second overall
Rodger leads the way as UTC go the distance at Lakesman
A PROUD day for Ulverston Tri Club was played out in the hot summer sunshine.

Incident: Fire at Kimberly-Clark

 Incident: Fire at Kimberly-Clark
Incident: Fire at Kimberly-Clark
'Considerable damage' caused after fire at Barrow paper mill
AT least 12 firefighters spent four hours tackling a blaze at Kimberly-Clark in Barrow last night.

Double success: Tom Gibbs made it two wins from two in the Lakeland Lanequest Series LINDSEY DICKINGS

Third place: David Heffernan was pipped to second spot on the roads around Spark Bridge PHILIP MORGAN

Runner-up: Jo Cleary was second in the women's solo class at Spark Bridge JON GRANGER

 Double success: Tom Gibbs made it two wins from two in the Lakeland Lanequest Series LINDSEY DICKINGS
Double success: Tom Gibbs made it two wins from two in the Lakeland Lanequest Series LINDSEY DICKINGS
Gibbs makes it two from two in Lakeland Lanequest Series
TOM Gibbs continued his dominance of the Lakeland Lanequest Series with a royal display from Spark Bridge.

Incident: Police close Weston Avenue, Ulverston for investigation

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Fire: Police cordoned off a property in Weston Avenue, Ulverston, where a man was badly burned in a shed fire in 2011

Injuries: A property in Weston Avenue, Ulverston, where a man was badly burned in a shed fire in 2011

 Incident: Police close Weston Avenue, Ulverston for investigation LEANNE BOLGER
Incident: Police close Weston Avenue, Ulverston for investigation LEANNE BOLGER
Chemistry boffin's Ulverston garden explosion revealed drug-making past
A CHEMISTRY enthusiast appeared in court today after an experiment in his garden alerted police to his drug-making past.

Weston Avenue Ulverston Friday 16th June 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 Weston Avenue Ulverston Friday 16th June 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Weston Avenue Ulverston Friday 16th June 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston man charged with making amphetamines after stash of chemicals sparks huge police operation
A MAN from Ulverston is due in court today accused of storing dangerous chemicals and using them to produce amphetamines.

Achievement: NHS apprentices, who trained at Furness College, have secured jobs. Pictured are: Rebecca-Jaine Hunter, Caroline Salt, Hannah Davies and Luca, Emily Scott, Jonathan Bell. Back row left to right: Sharon Haddow, Erin Brady, Leah Ambrose, Tyler Dewar, Trish Richardson, Katie Brown, Jasmine Gray and Kath Currie

Proud: NHS apprentices Leah Ambrose and Jonathan Bell celebrate with health and social care assessor and work placement co-ordinator Sharon Haddow

 Achievement: NHS apprentices, who trained at Furness College, have secured jobs. Pictured are: Rebecca-Jaine Hunter, Caroline Salt, Hannah Davies and Luca, Emily Scott, Jonathan Bell. Back row left to right: Sharon Haddow, Erin Brady, Leah Ambrose, Tyler Dewar, Trish Richardson, Katie Brown, Jasmine Gray and Kath Currie
Achievement: NHS apprentices, who trained at Furness College, have secured jobs. Pictured are: Rebecca-Jaine Hunter, Caroline Salt, Hannah Davies and Luca, Emily Scott, Jonathan Bell. Back row left to right: Sharon Haddow, Erin Brady, Leah Ambrose, Tyler Dewar, Trish Richardson, Katie Brown, Jasmine Gray and Kath Currie
Furness apprentices secure NHS jobs
A COHORT of NHS apprentices are celebrating the successful end to their training at college and securing jobs.

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Festival season continues with popular Ulverston folk event
ULVERSTON'S busy summer programme continues in July with the return of the Furness Tradition Folk Festival.

Parcels of hope: Mark Sielski (centre right) from Tesco Express with his donation of £400 worth of food from Tesco's community fund, with (from left) volunteer Sharon Doughty, community pastor Gill Grisedale and volunteer Lisa Miller LINDSEY DICKINGS

Eager to help: Barrow Food Bank warehouse manager Alison Griffiths with Barrow Raiders players (from left) Josh Ward, Matty While, director Andy Gaffney, Danny Morrow and Matt Holmes JON GRANGER

 Parcels of hope: Mark Sielski (centre right) from Tesco Express with his donation of £400 worth of food from Tesco's community fund, with (from left) volunteer Sharon Doughty, community pastor Gill Grisedale and volunteer Lisa Miller LINDSEY DICKINGS
Parcels of hope: Mark Sielski (centre right) from Tesco Express with his donation of £400 worth of food from Tesco's community fund, with (from left) volunteer Sharon Doughty, community pastor Gill Grisedale and volunteer Lisa Miller LINDSEY DICKINGS
Plea to public to help feed the needy in Barrow
SUMMER is putting an extra strain on food banks.

Happier times: The Cameronia was a passenger ship before being converted as a troop carrier for the First World War SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20

Safety: Soldiers from the Cameronia who were rescued by HMS Rifleman and taken to Malta SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20

In uniform: The badge of the Army Service Corps SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20

Souvenir: A silk woven card of the steam-powered Cameronia SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20

 Happier times: The Cameronia was a passenger ship before being converted as a troop carrier for the First World War SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20
Happier times: The Cameronia was a passenger ship before being converted as a troop carrier for the First World War SUBMITTED cameronia-jun-20
Ulverston man's dramatic rescue from sinking troopship
AN Ulverston soldier fell into the sea from the side of a sinking troopship, swam for his life and was rescued by a mine sweeper after 10 hours in a lifeboat.

Orange glow: The sun over the hills of the Isle of Man seen from the ferry Ben-my-Chree BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Country seting: Swinside stone circle between Millom and Broughton BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Ancient markers: Standing stones near the railway level crossing at Banksprings, Kirksanton. Black Combe is in the background SUBMITTED stone-jun-19

Working party: A Morecambe Bay Partnership event at Birkrigg stone circle BY LOUISE MARTIN stone-jun-19

Massive stones: Long Meg and some of her daughters, near Penrith BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Standing tall: Long Meg, near Penrith, is a piece of local red sandstone BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Early times: Mayburgh Henge, near Penrith, is from the late Neolithic period, around 3,000 to 2,000BC BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Majestic setting: The Lakeland hills form a backdrop to Castlerigg stone circle at Keswick BILL MYERS stone-jun-19

Landscape feature: Standing stones near the railway level crossing at Banksprings, Kirksanton. Black Combe is in the background SUBMITTED stone-jun-19

Looking back: An Edwardian postcard view of Swinside "Druid's circle" near Millom SUBMITTED stone-jun-19

 Orange glow: The sun over the hills of the Isle of Man seen from the ferry Ben-my-Chree BILL MYERS stone-jun-19
Orange glow: The sun over the hills of the Isle of Man seen from the ferry Ben-my-Chree BILL MYERS stone-jun-19
Get up early to greet sun on the longest day in Cumbria
FROM around 4.30am on Wednesday, the sun will rise on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year and the start of what we hope is a long, warm and sunny summer.

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017 winner Joe Duckworth, of Chorley

Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, who came second with his family

Lakesman 2017

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Lakesman Triathlon swim start

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Ulverston Tri Club members at the start

Competitor Anthony Wright

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Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Andrew Jackson, of Whitehaven West Cumbria Tri

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Mark Blackwell, of Mirehouse Whitehaven West Cumbria Tri

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Christopher McKee, of Mirehouse, Whitehaven West Cumbria Tri

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Des Morris, of Cleator Moor Tri Lakeland

Lee Anderson, of Frizington, West Cumbria Tri Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Andrew Jackson, of Whitehaven West Cumbria Tri

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Workington Reds player Anthony Wright, of Wigton

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Matt Riley, of Chestnut Hill, Keswick, Keswick Tri Club with Marcia Tomaz Bonifacio, of relay team Old Men Tri-ing in the background

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Peter Glencross, of Bolton Low Houses

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Michael Maxwell, of Distington

Will Coulthard, of Flimby, Tri-Lakeland Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Ryan Wood, of Barrow, Ulverston Tri Club

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Ryan Wood, of Barrow, Ulverston Tri Club

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Michael Gregory, of Ulverston Ulverston Tri Club

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Ulverston Tri Club Darren Eccles, of Dalton-in-Furness

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Christopher Lee Durkin, of Barrow

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Ulverston Tri Club Michael Gregory, of Ulverston

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Toby Harling, of Carlisle

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Neil Cooper, of Penrith Arragon's Cumbrian Triathlon Club

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Cezary Lewucha, of Carlisle

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan Neil Cooper, of Penrith Arragon's Cumbrian Triathlon Club

Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan David Ferrier, of Westnewton, Keswick Tri Club

Volunteers at the finish line showing off their T-shirts Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Amanda Kirtley,of Carlisle, Carlisle Tri Juniors Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

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400 take part in Lakesman triathlon in Cumbria's Lake District
It was a tri-ing time for almost 400 athletes in Keswick as the gruelling Lakesman triathlon came to town.

In the water: A 2.4-mile swim in Derwentwater formed part of the Lakesman 2017 event

Road trip: A cyclist competes in the Lakesman 2017

Team spirit: Ulverston Triathlon Club members at the start of the Lakesman 2017

 In the water: A 2.4-mile swim in Derwentwater formed part of the Lakesman 2017 event
In the water: A 2.4-mile swim in Derwentwater formed part of the Lakesman 2017 event
Lake District triathlon attracts 400 competitors as Cumbria soaks up the sun
A GRUELLING triathlon which sees participants tackle everything the Lake District can throw at them has been hailed a huge success.
Ulverston pensioner to appear in court accused of drink-driving
A PENSIONER from Ulverston has been charged with drink-driving after he was allegedly caught more than twice the legal limit.

Key contribution: George Nicholls kicks over once of his vital goals at Walney Cenral A defeated Broughton Red Rose in the Cumbria Shield semi-finals JON GRANGER

Through the gap: Declan Gavin on the attack for Cents in their Cumbria Shield semi-final JON GRANGER

Driving force: Matty Solsby powers forward for Walney against Broughton JON GRANGER

Stopped: A Broughton Red Rose man is stopped by Walney's Matty McKee JON GRANGER

Got it: Jon Corkill takes the ball for Walney against Broughton Red Rose JON GRANGER

Along the line: Declan Gavin passes inside for Walney JON GRANGER

On the attack: Matty Solsby with the ball for Walney Central A JON GRANGER

Coming through: Declan Gavin on the attack for Walney JON GRANGER

Swerve: Declan Gavin on the ball for Walney JON GRANGER

Tackled: Declan Gavin attacks for Walney JON GRANGER

 Key contribution: George Nicholls kicks over once of his vital goals at Walney Cenral A defeated Broughton Red Rose in the Cumbria Shield semi-finals JON GRANGER
Key contribution: George Nicholls kicks over once of his vital goals at Walney Cenral A defeated Broughton Red Rose in the Cumbria Shield semi-finals JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Walney survive Broughton comeback to reach Shield final
WALNEY Central A will take on Kells A in the final of the Cumbria Shield at Craven Park.

Scene: Upper Brook Street, Ulverston

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 Scene: Upper Brook Street, Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH
Scene: Upper Brook Street, Ulverston MILTON HAWORTH
Window smashed at Ulverston guest house over the weekend
POLICE are investigating after a window was smashed by a man in Ulverston town centre.

Bowling threat: Jon Bell took three wickets as Dalton defeated Cockermouth MILTON HAWORTH

In the runs: Nathan Waterston scored 61 as Furness beat Carlisle LINDSEY DICKINGS

All-round display: Edward Waind scored 71 and took 4 for 17 as Lindal won at Haverigg LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Bowling threat: Jon Bell took three wickets as Dalton defeated Cockermouth MILTON HAWORTH
Bowling threat: Jon Bell took three wickets as Dalton defeated Cockermouth MILTON HAWORTH
Dalton climb off foot of North Lancs Premier with Cockermouth win
DALTON claimed a crucial North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division win as they overcame Cockermouth at Ulverston Road.

Comedian: Jane Postlethwaite RICHARD BOLL

 Comedian: Jane Postlethwaite RICHARD BOLL
Comedian: Jane Postlethwaite RICHARD BOLL
Learn to write comedy with Cumbrian Fringe performer
DO you ever wonder what it takes to be a stand-up comedian?

Fun day: Participants at the fundraising event at Ulverston Sports Club in memory of Joshua West

Photo: JON GRANGER

Wanging a welly: Event organiser Cathy Burrows with Joshu'a parents Lee West and Nicola Lancaster and brother Billy

Photo: JON GRANGER

Much loved: Josh West with his dad Lee

 Fun day: Participants at the fundraising event at Ulverston Sports Club in memory of Joshua West Photo: JON GRANGER
Fun day: Participants at the fundraising event at Ulverston Sports Club in memory of Joshua West Photo: JON GRANGER
Family and friends give it some welly in memory of Ulverston youngster Josh West
THE life of an avid footballing youngster from Ulverston was celebrated at a community sports day today.
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