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JESSICA ALBA: Jessica Alba
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Pioneer: The first Barrow carnival queen was Marjorie Poles in 1935 SUBMITTED queen-apr-28

Event figurehead: Argentina Deganis was the Ulverston carnival queen in 1935 SUBMITTED queen-apr-28

Regal throne: Marjorie Wilson was the Dalton parade queen in 1935 SUBMITTED queen-apr-28

 Pioneer: The first Barrow carnival queen was Marjorie Poles in 1935 SUBMITTED queen-apr-28
Pioneer: The first Barrow carnival queen was Marjorie Poles in 1935 SUBMITTED queen-apr-28
Name found for mystery Barrow carnival queen
A NAME has been provided for the Memories Page picture (April 24) showing the Barrow carnival queen for 1935.

Pick a pass: Joe Allington launching a big pass for Walney Terriers STEVE LAYFIELD

Walney Terriers' Mark Turner squeezes through a hole to pick up running yards STEVE LAYFIELD

Up for it: Walney Terriers' Jake Chaplow attempting to block a pass k STEVE LAYFIELD

Big effort: Walney Terriers' defence shuts down Morecambe Bay Storm's running game STEVE LAYFIELD

 Pick a pass: Joe Allington launching a big pass for Walney Terriers STEVE LAYFIELD
Pick a pass: Joe Allington launching a big pass for Walney Terriers STEVE LAYFIELD
Walney Terriers straining at leash to get back to winning ways
WALNEY Terriers will aim to get back to winning ways on Sunday when they take on Knottingley Raiders at Ulverston’s GSK Sports Club (2pm kick-off).

Cup kings: Askam players celebrate their Barton Townley Cup final victory over Millom in May last year. The Villagers take on Ulverston in tonight's first semi-final JON GRANGER

 Cup kings: Askam players celebrate their Barton Townley Cup final victory over Millom in May last year. The Villagers take on Ulverston in tonight's first semi-final JON GRANGER
Cup kings: Askam players celebrate their Barton Townley Cup final victory over Millom in May last year. The Villagers take on Ulverston in tonight's first semi-final JON GRANGER
Big weekend as rivals bid to reach Barton Townley Cup showpiece
A MASSIVE weekend of Barton Townley Cup action awaits as Askam, Ulverston, Barrow Island and Walney Cents bid to reach the final of the prestige knockout competition.

On target: Millom's Ben McDonald scored in the 2-1 semi-final win over Barrow Celtic LEANNE BOLGER

 On target: Millom's Ben McDonald scored in the 2-1 semi-final win over Barrow Celtic LEANNE BOLGER
On target: Millom's Ben McDonald scored in the 2-1 semi-final win over Barrow Celtic LEANNE BOLGER
Millom and Askam set up Senior Cup final face-off
MILLOM will play Askam in the Furness Senior Cup final after both sides won through difficult semi-final battles this week.

Home town: Millom

 Home town: Millom
Home town: Millom
Millom man with a history of mental health problems died from drug overuse
A FATHER-OF-TWO with a history of mental health problems and drug and alcohol misuse died while staying at his mother's house after a fire at his home, an inquest heard.

Sliding away: The Accra is launched at Barrow on February 25 in 1947 EM ARCHIVE accra-apr-27

Barrow ship: The Accra was built at Barrow for the round trip from Liverpool to West Africa EM ARCHIVE accra-apr-27

Dock scene:The Accra at Barrow shipyard in 1947 EM ARCHIVE accra-apr-27

 Sliding away: The Accra is launched at Barrow on February 25 in 1947 EM ARCHIVE accra-apr-27
Sliding away: The Accra is launched at Barrow on February 25 in 1947 EM ARCHIVE accra-apr-27
Barrow liner built for round trips from Liverpool to West Africa
THE Barrow News on Saturday March 1 in 1947 gave details of the launch of the liner Accra for the Elder Dempster company.

Walney Wind Farm.

 Walney Wind Farm.
Walney Wind Farm.
Walney Wind Farm owner DONG reports drop in first quarter profits
Danish firm DONG Energy has seen a drop in operating profits of almost £500m.

Winning roll: Connor Emanuel on his way to victory for Roose against Co-op LEANNE BOLGER

On the Mark: Mark Gordon, of Co-op, in action against Roose Cons LEANNE BOLGER

Les do this: Les Vickers bowls for the Co-op at Roose LEANNE BOLGER

Scores on the Dawes: Dave Dawes (left, of the Co-op) and Graham Gedling (right, of Roose) in the midst of their match LEANNE BOLGER

Deadly Dave: Dave Dawes bowls for the Co-op at Roose LEANNE BOLGER

True blue: Connor Emanuel bowls for Roose against Co-op LEANNE BOLGER

Gordon's alive: Mark Gordon bowls for Co-op at Roose Cons LEANNE BOLGER

Feeling blue: Connor Emanuel bowls for Roose in his win over Les Vickers LEANNE BOLGER

 Winning roll: Connor Emanuel on his way to victory for Roose against Co-op LEANNE BOLGER
Winning roll: Connor Emanuel on his way to victory for Roose against Co-op LEANNE BOLGER
Alfred show promotion form with Roose win in Furness Bowling League
KING Alfred A signalled their intentions of making a quick return to Sharples Lettings Furness and District Bowling League Division One by beating Roose Community A 13-1.

Valentine's day: Linda Valentine won for Dalton against Co-op JOE RILEY

 Valentine's day: Linda Valentine won for Dalton against Co-op JOE RILEY
Valentine's day: Linda Valentine won for Dalton against Co-op JOE RILEY
Dalton sneak win at Co-op in Furness Women's Bowling League
DALTON edged past Co-op 7-4 in an excellent game in Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division One.

Police attend an incident on Mill Lane, Walney Island.

POLICE INCIDENT -- Armed police attend an incident on Mill Lane, Walney Island.

Armed police at an incident in Walney. Natalie Chapples

POLICE INCIDENT -- (Note: Pictured man arrested - please check with JH before use) --- Armed police attend an incident on Mill Lane, Walney Island. Photos taken at around 5.15pm. Wednesday 26th April 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Police attend an incident on Mill Lane, Walney Island.
Police attend an incident on Mill Lane, Walney Island.
Armed police respond to incident on Walney
ARMED police were deployed on Walney after reports of a person seen entering a property with a “rifle-type weapon”.

Made it: Walney nurse Miss K. D. Evinson escaped from France before the German occupation in 1940 SUBMITTED nurse-apr-26

Evacuation: Some of the troops brought back on 800 ships from Dunkirk in 1940 SUBMITTED nurse-apr-26

 Made it: Walney nurse Miss K. D. Evinson escaped from France before the German occupation in 1940 SUBMITTED nurse-apr-26
Made it: Walney nurse Miss K. D. Evinson escaped from France before the German occupation in 1940 SUBMITTED nurse-apr-26
Walney nurse among those to escape in 1940 retreat from France
IN the spring of 1940 you couldn't always believe what you read in newspapers due to the secrecy surrounding the evacuation of troops from the British Expeditionary Force who had been helping to defend France.

Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

Special occasion: A promotional poster for Furness Golf Club 145 pro-am Graham Troth

Special year: Furness Golf Club's 145th anniversary logo Graham Troth

Big name: Gary Wolstenholme, MBE, is taking part in the pro-am PA

 Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Famous face: Snooker star Alex Higgins takes part in the Furness Golf Club Telemeter Pro-Am Golf Tournament in 1984 EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE
Furness gets in the swing for historic pro-am comp
FURNESS Golf Club members are gearing up for one of the biggest days in the club’s long and proud history.

Double tops: Davey Jones was a winner for Red River against Lindal and Co-op CHRIS WEST

 Double tops: Davey Jones was a winner for Red River against Lindal and Co-op CHRIS WEST
Double tops: Davey Jones was a winner for Red River against Lindal and Co-op CHRIS WEST
Double success for Red River in Ulverston Bowling League
RED River enjoyed double success in Ulverston and District Bowling League Division One.

Improved: The kitchen/dining area JON GRANGER

Whiteladies comes with a garden and a field JON GRANGER

Barbara Redshaw in the open-plan lounge JON GRANGER

Spacious: The back garden JON GRANGER

Extra space: The loft JON GRANGER

Modern: The shower room JON GRANGER

Facilities: The master bedroom laid out in an L-shape with direct access into the garden and an en-suite shower room JON GRANGER

Extensive grounds: Whiteladies at North Scale, Walney JON GRANGER

 Improved: The kitchen/dining area JON GRANGER
Improved: The kitchen/dining area JON GRANGER
PROPERTY: Walney home has room for creatures great and small
BARBARA Redshaw’s property isn’t just a home for humans - it has room for her horses, who live just over the garden wall in their own field. As Barbara told SUSAN GOODSON, the family became used to their relaxing in the back garden being supervised by two nosy equines

Date set: Leeds Rhinos will host Barrow Raiders on Sunday, May 14 PA

 Date set: Leeds Rhinos will host Barrow Raiders on Sunday, May 14 PA
Date set: Leeds Rhinos will host Barrow Raiders on Sunday, May 14 PA
Challenge Cup 2017: Date confirmed for Barrow Raiders' tie at Leeds Rhinos
BARROW Raiders will travel to Leeds Rhinos for their Challenge Cup sixth-round tie on Sunday, May 14, the club have confirmed.

FIONA BRUCE: Fiona Bruce

 FIONA BRUCE: Fiona Bruce
FIONA BRUCE: Fiona Bruce
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A burst water main in Black Butts Lane on Walney

 A burst water main in Black Butts Lane on Walney
A burst water main in Black Butts Lane on Walney
Water main bursts on Walney road
ENGINEERS from water firm United Utilities are on site repairing a burst water main on Walney.

In the last 16: Declan Hulme celebrates scoring in Barrow's win over York in the Challenge Cup on Sunday RICHARD LAND

 In the last 16: Declan Hulme celebrates scoring in Barrow's win over York in the Challenge Cup on Sunday RICHARD LAND
In the last 16: Declan Hulme celebrates scoring in Barrow's win over York in the Challenge Cup on Sunday RICHARD LAND
Barrow Raiders carry League One hopes in Challenge Cup draw
BARROW Raiders will again be ball number one when the draw for the sixth round of this season's Ladbrokes Challenge Cup takes place this evening.

On the board: Try scorer Tyler Smith celebrates his effort JON GRANGER

Offload: Adam Nicholson gets the ball away from a tackle JON GRANGER

Pass it on: Jamie Morrow spreads play for Walney JON GRANGER

On the fly: Matty Elliott makes a pass for Walney JON GRANGER

Going places: Jordan Staffieri runs the ball in JON GRANGER

Pile in: Adam Nicholson (top) and Brad Nicholls help bring down an Ellenborough man JON GRANGER

Lifted: Adam Nicholson is tackled JON GRANGER

Gotcha! Adam Nicholson is hauled to the ground JON GRANGER

 On the board: Try scorer Tyler Smith celebrates his effort JON GRANGER
On the board: Try scorer Tyler Smith celebrates his effort JON GRANGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Walney Central claim first win of season in fine style
WALNEY CENTRAL 44 ELLENBOROUGH RANGERS 0

GABBY LOGAN: Gabby Logan

 GABBY LOGAN: Gabby Logan
GABBY LOGAN: Gabby Logan
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GSK Ulverston apprentices who have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer Josh West.

Talented footballer Josh West with one of his football trophies. Josh tragically died in April 2016 after suffering an asthma attack

GSK Ulverston apprentices have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer Josh West. Pictured are apprentices, GSK staff and local sports group representatives who attended a presentation by the apprentices.

Josh West's dad Lee West.

LEANNE BOLGER

 GSK Ulverston apprentices who have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer Josh West.
GSK Ulverston apprentices who have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer Josh West.
Ulverston apprentices launch asthma awareness campaign in memory of young footballer
A GROUP of Ulverston apprentices have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer.

New date: Barrow Raiders' fixture away to Keighley Cougars has been brought forward MILTON HAWORTH

 New date: Barrow Raiders' fixture away to Keighley Cougars has been brought forward MILTON HAWORTH
New date: Barrow Raiders' fixture away to Keighley Cougars has been brought forward MILTON HAWORTH
New date for Barrow Raiders' League One game at Keighley Cougars
BARROW Raiders will now face a midweek trip to Keighley Cougars in Kingstone Press League One following their progression to the sixth round of this season's Challenge Cup.

Get the party started: Millom A celebrate winning the Furness Premier League Division Two title STEPHEN LEECE

Top of the league: Millom A captain Mike Brown lifts the Furness Premier League Division Two trophy STEPHEN LEECE

Keep it up: Dalton United's Gareth Jones on the ball in their friendly against Hawcoat Park, after their match with Stoneclough was postponed LEANNE BOLGER

Coming through: Dalton's Ben Thompson LEANNE BOLGER

Off the ground: Hawcoat's Sam Whittaker leaps for a header at Dalton LEANNE BOLGER

Contortionist: Dalton's George Balm LEANNE BOLGER

Watch him go: Dalton's Robbie Baker LEANNE BOLGER

Twist and turn: Hawcoat Park's Jake Reyolds LEANNE BOLGER

 Get the party started: Millom A celebrate winning the Furness Premier League Division Two title STEPHEN LEECE
Get the party started: Millom A celebrate winning the Furness Premier League Division Two title STEPHEN LEECE
Millom A crowned Division Two champions as Barrow Celtic move second in FPL title race
MILLOM A celebrated being crowned Furness Premier League Division Two champions, despite defeat to Dalton United A in their last game of the season.

South Cumbria marathon runners

Capital punishment: Runners make their way off Tower Bridge during the Virgin Money London Marathon, London

Photo: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Can't complain: Barrow PC Dave Edwards

Pleased: Fiona Bannister, from Barrow, after completing the London marathon in 4:35:57

Amazing experience: Paul Milburn and Patty Davies

Well done: Christine Adams, from Barrow

Rising star: Olesia Winder, from Ulverston, ran the junior 5km event

The heat is on: Paul Milburn at the London Marathon five-mile mark

Good effort: Barrow PC Dave Edwards after the London Marathon 2017

Good luck: Dave Edwards and Dan Hayes, from Barrow, at the start of the London Marathon 2017

Great effort: Barbara Hodgson, from Barrow, after completing the London Marathon 2017

Well done: Dan Hayes, from Barrow, during the London Marathon 2017

On the streets: Dan Hayes during the London Marathon 2017.

On the move: Olesia Winder running the London Marathon 2017

On the move: Olesia Winder running the London Marathon 2017

Feeling the heat: Firefighter Paul Milbrun who ran the London Marathon is his full kit

Firefighter Paul Milburn cooling down with his wife Michelle

Well done: Julie Wagstaff, from Walney, who completed the London Marathon in 5:09:20

Great effort: John Appleton, from Barrow, who completed the London Marathon in 5hr 57 mins

Double delight: Julie Cavin, left, and Julia Byrne, from Ulverston, who both finished in 4hr 29m 59s

Medal: Gemma Bosanko, from Millom

Phillip Morris with his medal

Rebecca Cummings from Millom who completed the marathon in 6:27:21.

Kayleigh Johns (front centre) with her team-mates who raised money for the Stroke Association in the London Marathon

Chris Thompson (left) from Barrow with Scott Overall and Tsegai Tewelde. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

 South Cumbria marathon runners
South Cumbria marathon runners
Barrow, Ulverston and Millom runners endure capital punishment for good causes
A SOUTH Cumbria contingent proudly pounded the streets of the capital as they defeated the London Marathon and collectively raised more than £40,000 for charity.

Compost confusion: Walney resident William Crawshaw, who hoped garden waste would be used as compost for the borough's parks and green spaces

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Unhappy: William Crawshaw with his garden waste bin

 Compost confusion: Walney resident William Crawshaw, who hoped garden waste would be used as compost for the borough's parks and green spaces LINDSEY DICKINGS
Compost confusion: Walney resident William Crawshaw, who hoped garden waste would be used as compost for the borough's parks and green spaces LINDSEY DICKINGS
What a waste! Green-fingered Barrow council club member sees red
A KEEN gardener has hit out over a council’s branding of a “so-called club” for residents who pay for recycling services.

Dream career: NVQ level three trainee Megan Baron from the Old Vicarage Day Nursery, with nursery children, from left, Jayden Egginton, Orla McIntyre and Harlow Fletcher

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Fancy dress: Old Vicarage Day Nursery staff and children celebrating World Book Day last year. From left, Courtney Armes, Amelia Biddulph, Shannon Morgan, Samuel Crompton, Luca Peters and Samantha Webb

Inspiration: Alfie Dale, Imogen Milson and Imogen Keverne dress as their favourite literary characters to mark World Book Day at Old Vicarage Day Nursery

 Dream career: NVQ level three trainee Megan Baron from the Old Vicarage Day Nursery, with nursery children, from left, Jayden Egginton, Orla McIntyre and Harlow Fletcher LINDSEY DICKINGS
Dream career: NVQ level three trainee Megan Baron from the Old Vicarage Day Nursery, with nursery children, from left, Jayden Egginton, Orla McIntyre and Harlow Fletcher LINDSEY DICKINGS
Prioritising functional skills over academia will enable Walney girl to keep following her dreams
A GOVERNMENT U-turn in GCSE requirements for nursery nurses is set to open up dream careers for teenagers wishing to work in early years education.

16 of the 25 local runners taking part in the 2017 London Marathon

Dan Hayes, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Paul Milburn, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

John Appleton, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Aimee Goodings, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Barbara Hodgson, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Christine Adams, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Gemma Bosanko from Millom SUBMITTED

Dave Edwards, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Julie Wagstaff, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Julie Cavin with Damon Pearson

Julia Byrne, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Kelly Taylor, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Marie Sullivan, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Patty Davies, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Fiona Bannister, Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Olesia Winder Barrow, Thursday 20th April 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 16 of the 25 local runners taking part in the 2017 London Marathon
16 of the 25 local runners taking part in the 2017 London Marathon
Meet just SOME of the 24 local heroes taking on this weekend's London Marathon - and how to support them
SOUTH Cumbria will be one of the best-represented areas in the UK on Sunday with at least 24 locals set to take part in the 2017 London Marathon.

Creative space: The Art Gene team, based in Barrow's Nan Tait Centre

Phil Rigby

Co-founder: Art Gene's Maddi Nicholson with shelves of artworks and collections

Phil Rigby

On the map: Art Gene co-founder Stuart Bastik with his Seldom Seen series of maps

Phil Rigby

At work: Maddi in her studio at Art Gene

Phil Rigby

 Creative space: The Art Gene team, based in Barrow's Nan Tait Centre Phil Rigby
Creative space: The Art Gene team, based in Barrow's Nan Tait Centre Phil Rigby
Why Furness history is in the genes when it comes to award-winning art
ART Gene, in Barrow, has gained an international reputation for imaginative and life-enhancing projects engaging artists and local communities. MARY INGHAM meets its directors and co-founders, the artists Maddi Nicholson and Stuart Bastik

ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell

 ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
ANDIE MCDOWELL: Andie Mcdowell
Do you remember when...
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