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Surprise: Mary Walton with her granddaughter Lisa Linney LINDSEY DICKINGS

Super gran: Mary Walton with the Bouquet of the Week LINDSEY DICKINGS


          Surprise: Mary Walton with her granddaughter Lisa Linney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Surprise: Mary Walton with her granddaughter Lisa Linney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Super Walney nana Mary bowled over by surprise bouquet
IT takes a special person to look after a family which includes not only children and grandchildren, but great-grandchildren to watch over as well. One special nana was taken completely by surprise when she received the Evening Mail's bouquet of the week, writes SUSAN GOODSON

CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST

 CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
Holker look to halt loss of form at Oswestry
BRIAN Dawson will hope Holker Old Boys can arrest their recent dip in form when they make the long trip to Oswestry Town tomorrow.

Chetwynde Hotel, Barrow

 Chetwynde Hotel, Barrow
Chetwynde Hotel, Barrow
Barrow hotel assistant manager denies theft
A BARROW assistant hotel manager has denied stealing hundreds of pounds from his former employers.

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
BEFORE THE BENCH: People due to appear at Furness Magistrates' Court in Barrow today
MAGISTRATES in Barrow are today set to hear allegations of theft, assault, burglary, criminal damage, drink-driving and racist attacks.

THE WHITE STUFF: Hawcoat Park's Finley White (left) looks to play the ball past Walney Windmills' Kenzie Atkinson LINDSEY DICKINGS

THE PRICE IS RIGHT: Walney Windmills' Louie Price (right) makes a tackle on Hawcoat Park's Jacob Code in the Barrow AFC Community under-10s futsal competition LINDSEY DICKINGS

CROSS IT OFF: Barrow Celtic's Brandon Cross cashes the ball down against Hawcoat Park at Chetwynde School LINDSEY DICKINGS

IN THE WIND: The Walney Island Windmills team who contested the Barrow AFC Community futsal competition LINDSEY DICKINGS

TAKE IT DOWN: Hawcoat Park's Jack Wood has the ball under control LINDSEY DICKINGS

TWO-ON-ONE: Hawcoat Park Reds' Toby Bowness (left) and Benjamin Rushton come in to stop Holker's Noah Williams LINDSEY DICKINGS

QUICK GETAWAY: Holker's Noah Williams eascapes the attendtions of Hawcoat's Toby Bowness (left) and Benjamin Rushton LINDSEY DICKINGS

CROSSING PATHS: Barrow Celtic's Brandon Cross goes on the attack LINDSEY DICKINGS

 THE WHITE STUFF: Hawcoat Park's Finley White (left) looks to play the ball past Walney Windmills' Kenzie Atkinson LINDSEY DICKINGS
THE WHITE STUFF: Hawcoat Park's Finley White (left) looks to play the ball past Walney Windmills' Kenzie Atkinson LINDSEY DICKINGS
Hawcoat Park take futsal honours at Barrow AFC tournament
HAWCOAT Park emerged victorious in the closely-contested Barrow AFC Community Sports under-10s futsal tournament.

WELL-BALANCED: St George's Cadie-Leigh Armstrong in action LEANNE BOLGER

STEPPING OUT: St George's School pupil Harley Edgar performs his routine LEANNE BOLGER

LEAN IN: St George's Bethany Sim performs on the floor LEANNE BOLGER

STEP TO IT: The Dane Ghyll team at the Key Steps Two gymnastics competition at Furness Academy LEANNE BOLGER

GREEN FOR GO: The Greengate Junior team at the Furness Academy cluster Key Steps Two gymnastics competition LEANNE BOLGER

FULL FOCUS: St James pupil Georgie on the floor LEANNE BOLGER

ARMS OUT: St James pupil Lola performs on the floor LEANNE BOLGER

PUSH UP: St James pupil Jamie -Leigh during her floor routine LEANNE BOLGER

 WELL-BALANCED: St George's Cadie-Leigh Armstrong in action LEANNE BOLGER
WELL-BALANCED: St George's Cadie-Leigh Armstrong in action LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Furness junior gymnasts enjoy school competition
YARLSIDE Academy and St George's vaulted into the Furness finals of the Cumbria School Games Key Steps Two gymnastics competition.

Emergency services at Jubilee Bridge in Barrow where a woman was talked down from the bridge. Picture: Barrow Police

Emergency services at Jubilee Bridge in Barrow where a woman was talked down from the bridge. Picture: Barrow Police

 Emergency services at Jubilee Bridge in Barrow where a woman was talked down from the bridge. Picture: Barrow Police
Emergency services at Jubilee Bridge in Barrow where a woman was talked down from the bridge. Picture: Barrow Police
Police, firefighters and coastguard help woman threatening to jump from Walney bridge
EMERGENCY services were called to Jubilee Bridge between Barrow and Walney where a distressed woman was threatening to jump into the channel.

DONATION: Heidi Bowron from BayB's Maternity Appeal with Lisa Hudson from Bender UK, Ulverston, which has donated a £1,000 sponsorship to the charity. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

VISION: The new maternity unit at Furness General Hospital, which is due to be completed in December.

FAMILY FRIENDLY: An en suite bedroom for families at Furness General Hospital's new maternity unit. All rooms will feature a pull down beds to enable fathers to stay overnight.

 DONATION: Heidi Bowron from BayB's Maternity Appeal with Lisa Hudson from Bender UK, Ulverston, which has donated a £1,000 sponsorship to the charity. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
DONATION: Heidi Bowron from BayB's Maternity Appeal with Lisa Hudson from Bender UK, Ulverston, which has donated a £1,000 sponsorship to the charity. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow fundraising maternity appeal dance to go ahead thanks to generous Ulverston sponsor
A SPRING dance to help raise funds for the area's new maternity unit is to take place after a generous firm stepped forward to offer sponsorship.

DOSAGE: Medicine for a child Gareth Fuller/PA Wire /

COUNCILLOR: Ian Stewart

CONCERNS: Caroline Walker, centre LINDSEY DICKINGS

 DOSAGE: Medicine for a child Gareth Fuller/PA Wire /
DOSAGE: Medicine for a child Gareth Fuller/PA Wire /
Outrage as school nurses are axed across Cumbria in council budget cuts
TRADITIONAL school nurses are to be axed across Cumbria in a controversial move branded 'unsafe' and 'detrimental' to children by teachers.

Barrow shell shock victim George Hosking SUBMITTED shell-feb-14

 Barrow shell shock victim George Hosking SUBMITTED shell-feb-14
Barrow shell shock victim George Hosking SUBMITTED shell-feb-14
Barrow shell shock soldier lost voice for five months
EVERYONE has a point beyond which they can stand no more.

Barrow Library is taking part in Romance on the Road for Valentines Day, dishing out some Mills & Boon and decking out mobile library in love hearts, Pictured are love letters from the 1890's kept in the library's archives

Barrow Library is taking part in Romance on the Road for Valentines Day, dishing out some Mills & Boon and decking out mobile library in love hearts, Pictured is Cathy Fidler, community services officer

Barrow Library is taking part in Romance on the Road for Valentines Day, dishing out some Mills & Boon and decking out mobile library in love hearts, Pictured are Emma Broadbent (left) and Cathy Fidler community services officers, with the romance on the road car

PA /Some Mills & Boon Romance novels. See PA FEATURES story BOOK Romance /

 Barrow Library is taking part in Romance on the Road for Valentines Day, dishing out some Mills & Boon and decking out mobile library in love hearts, Pictured are love letters from the 1890's kept in the library's archives
Barrow Library is taking part in Romance on the Road for Valentines Day, dishing out some Mills & Boon and decking out mobile library in love hearts, Pictured are love letters from the 1890's kept in the library's archives
Love is in the air as library marks Valentine's Day
WHETHER married, widowed, single, or just one bunch of petrol station flowers away from packing your bags, Valentine’s Day can be a total drag, writes Molly Lynch.

Tesco Extra in Barrow

 Tesco Extra in Barrow
Tesco Extra in Barrow
Walney man accused of crashing into BMW on supermarket car park while drunk
A MOTORIST is due to appear in court after being charged with a string of motoring offences.

Chetwynde Hotel LOUISE ALLONBY

 Chetwynde Hotel LOUISE ALLONBY
Chetwynde Hotel LOUISE ALLONBY
Former employee charged with stealing hundreds of pounds from Barrow hotel
A FORMER employee of a Barrow hotel is due to appear in court accused of stealing hundreds of pounds in cash from the venue.

Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.

 Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.
Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.
Barrow gas terminals 'still on shutdown' after temperature spike leads to large safety flare
CENTRICA'S terminals in Barrow are still out of action as engineers investigate how high temperatures developed within the equipment which controls the gas pressure.

A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

Hodbarrow mines had its own power station to operate electric pumps underground SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

The Barrow Corporation power station at Buccleuch Street in the 1940s SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

The cooling tower of the Buccleuch Street power station and the former Case's brewery SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

Blacksmiths at the Roanhead iron ore mines SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

 A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13
A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13
Mother superior had to ask Barrow council for convent electricity
HOUSES, shops and industries all wanted electricity supplies in the 1920s and had to negotiate a deal with Barrow Borough Council.

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured:Drew Postlethwaite, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Stuart Pattinson, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ben McDonald Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Drew Postlethwaite Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Daniel Pattinson, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Carl Waters, Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

 FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER
FOOTBALL MILLOM V BLACKPOOL WREN ROVERS Millom v Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves, Millom, Pictured: Ian Swarbrick Saturday 11th January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Swarbrick heads Millom to comeback win over Blackpool
A LATE Ian Swarbrick header saw Millom complete a comeback from 1-0 down to take all three points against Blackpool Wren Rovers reserves at Hannah Field.

Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.

 Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.
Centrica's gas terminals in Barrow.
Engineers shut down Barrow gas terminals after increased temperature discovery
THREE fire engines were called out to gas terminals in Barrow in the early hours of this morning after increased temperatures in pressure equipment were identified.

HALCYON DAYS Ron Lindley lines up in Vickerstown CC's North Lancs League winning team of 1961. They are (back, from left): Arthur Proctor, Tommy Wood, Brian Arrowsmith, John Thompson, Willie Horne. Front: Colin Barker, Ron Lindley, Fred Roskell (captain), Ernie Ottley, Leo Woods, Paddy Deallott

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MAN IN THE MIDDLE Ron Lindley umpiring as Furness' Paul Bayman bowls JON GRANGER REF:0083515

MANAGER Ron Lindley (back row, right) with the North Lancs And Cumbria League's the Manchester Evening News Inter League winning team of 2006. Back (from left) Graham Capstick, Simon Bickerstaffe, Chris D'Leny, Graham Dawson, Andrew Reed, Kristian Moffat, Ron Lindley. Front: Colin Knight, Mark Daly, Stuart Swallow, Matthew Gorley, Ryan Brown, Paul Webster

CUP KING Ron Lindley (back row, second from right) with the Furness CC Vigodny Cup winning team of 1988 Evening Mail archive

EXPERT Ron Lindley coaching at Furness in the 1980s Evening Mail archive

 HALCYON DAYS Ron Lindley lines up in Vickerstown CC's North Lancs League winning team of 1961. They are (back, from left): Arthur Proctor, Tommy Wood, Brian Arrowsmith, John Thompson, Willie Horne. Front: Colin Barker, Ron Lindley, Fred Roskell (captain), Ernie Ottley, Leo Woods, Paddy Deallott BARROW PRESS ARCHIVE PICTURE REF: 0425724
HALCYON DAYS Ron Lindley lines up in Vickerstown CC's North Lancs League winning team of 1961. They are (back, from left): Arthur Proctor, Tommy Wood, Brian Arrowsmith, John Thompson, Willie Horne. Front: Colin Barker, Ron Lindley, Fred Roskell (captain), Ernie Ottley, Leo Woods, Paddy Deallott BARROW PRESS ARCHIVE PICTURE REF: 0425724
Ron played a great innings for North Lancs League
THE North Lancs and Cumbria Cricket League has lost a great servant following the death of Ron Lindley, aged 82.

A SCENIC COURSE Players enjoy a round at Furness Golf Club, which will hold its first pro-am for 33 years in May CHRIS WEST

PAST CHAMPION Andrew 'Chubby' Chandler triumphed at Furness in 1984 PA

 A SCENIC COURSE Players enjoy a round at Furness Golf Club, which will hold its first pro-am for 33 years in May CHRIS WEST
A SCENIC COURSE Players enjoy a round at Furness Golf Club, which will hold its first pro-am for 33 years in May CHRIS WEST
Furness Golf Club celebrates 145th birthday with special pro-am competition
FURNESS Golf Club will celebrate its 145th birthday with the return of pro-am golf for the first time since 1984.

The Music Masters were the resident band for dances at The Rink in Barrow and are shown in 1957 SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

A busy dancefloor at The Rink, on the Dtrand, Barrow, by artist Brian Miller SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

Guitar specialist Bert Weedon SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

Ray Ellington performed at Barrow in 1949 SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

Pop star Gene Vincent was a 1960s Barrow visitor SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

George Melly was at Barrow in 1952 SUBMITTED rink-feb-10

 The Music Masters were the resident band for dances at The Rink in Barrow and are shown in 1957 SUBMITTED rink-feb-10
The Music Masters were the resident band for dances at The Rink in Barrow and are shown in 1957 SUBMITTED rink-feb-10
All the star names who came to Barrow's Rink
FEW Barrow buildings can have provided more fun or hosted more stars than the Rink.

PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday February 10, 2017. Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

 PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday February 10, 2017. Lauren Hurley/PA Wire
PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday February 10, 2017. Lauren Hurley/PA Wire
Barrow residents warn against “tax” phone scammers
SCAMMERS are targeting the elderly by accusing them of tax evasion.

ON TARGET: Jack Gardner opened the scoring for GSK Ulverston Rangers in the win over Dalton United MILTON HAWORTH.

 ON TARGET: Jack Gardner opened the scoring for GSK Ulverston Rangers in the win over Dalton United MILTON HAWORTH.
ON TARGET: Jack Gardner opened the scoring for GSK Ulverston Rangers in the win over Dalton United MILTON HAWORTH.
Ulverston Rangers rejoicing after first win – now they want more
PHIL Grant has spoken of the sense of relief at GSK Ulverston Rangers after the West Lancs League Division One strugglers finally picked up their first league win of the season at the 16th time of asking.

Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER

From the left, Julie Ross (aunty), Joan Stevens (grandmother), Chelsea Stevens, Barry Stevens (grandfather) and Corey Stevens (brother)

Chelsea Stevens, 22, has raised £5,000 in the 8 months since her 42-year-old mum died of cancer. LEANNE BOLGER

Chelsea Stevens with her mum Karen and brother Corey

Chelsea Stevens, 22, presenting a cheque for £3,800 raised at a charity event to staff at St Mary's Hospice, in Ulverston.

Chelsea Stevens, 22, has raised £5,000 in the 8 months since her 42-year-old mum died of cancer. LEANNE BOLGER

 Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER
Chelsea Stevens has decided she wants to become a carer because of the way her mum was cared for at St Mary's Hospice. LEANNE BOLGER
Devoted Ulverston hospice workers inspire young Walney woman to become a carer
THE compassion shown to a 42-year-old mum who battled cancer has inspired her daughter to dedicate her future to helping others.

Jackie Daniel, chief executive of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. PHOTO: www.stevenbarber.com

Furness General Hospital has earned a good rating from the government's health watchdog

Professor Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals

 Jackie Daniel, chief executive of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. PHOTO: www.stevenbarber.com
Jackie Daniel, chief executive of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. PHOTO: www.stevenbarber.com
Furness General Hospital earns coveted good rating in record time from health watchdog
STANDARDS of care within Barrow's hospital have been transformed in just three years in a feat labelled 'remarkable' by strict government health inspectors.

Generic photo of sheep.

 Generic photo of sheep.
Generic photo of sheep.
Six sheep die from injuries caused by dog on Walney
SIX sheep have died after being injured by a dog on land near a caravan park on Walney.

RED MARAUDER: Ethan Harvey on the ball for Vickerstown during the futsal competition at Chetwynde School LINDSEY DICKINGS

HERE I COME: Vickerstown's Zak Cleece (centre) dribbles forward against Walney Island LINDSEY DICKINGS

BODY SWERVE: Alex Fletcher on the ball for Walney Island during the futsal competition LINDSEY DICKINGS

GO GET IT: Holker Blacks' Jake Middleton (left) and Millom Blacks' Alfie Knott battle for the ball LINDSEY DICKINGS

STUCK IN: Holker Blacks' Martha Allington (left) tries to tackle Millom Blacks' Ryan Procter LINDSEY DICKINGS

A GOOD TURNER: Matthew Turner on the ball against Holker LINDSEY DICKINGS

GO FOR IT: Barrow Island's Cody Malkin (left) and Holker's Ryan Procter fight it out LINDSEY DICKINGS

TAKE THAT: Millom keeper Klayden Wright rolls the ball out LINDSEY DICKINGS

GOT IT: Holker Blacks' Jake Middleton (left) takes the ball from Millom Blacks' Alfie Knott LINDSEY DICKINGS

FIRED IN: Alfie Knott shoots at goal for Millom Blacks LINDSEY DICKINGS

OFF HE GOES: Barrow Island's Matthew Turner (left) makes a breaka way from Holker's Ollie O'Kane LINDSEY DICKINGS

 RED MARAUDER: Ethan Harvey on the ball for Vickerstown during the futsal competition at Chetwynde School LINDSEY DICKINGS
RED MARAUDER: Ethan Harvey on the ball for Vickerstown during the futsal competition at Chetwynde School LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Young footballers battle it out in Barrow futsal competition
BUDDING footballers again descended on Chetwynde School for the Barrow and District Junior Football League's annual futsal tournament.

Barrow's aerial ladder platform

 Barrow's aerial ladder platform
Barrow's aerial ladder platform
Busy night for Barrow firefighters as crew called to two chimney fires and an arson attack
FIREFIGHTERS from Barrow were called to three incidents last night.
The best job opportunities in south Cumbria this week
If your're looking for a fresh career challenge, we've picked out a range of vacancies from the local postings at CN-Jobs.

BOOST: Councillor Frank Cassidy views the new pavilion at the King Alfred Bowling Club, From left, Ray Holmes, committee member, Keith Mills, greenkeeper, Councillor Frank Cassidy, Graham Rawley, bowls player, and Cliff Callister, committee member

REVAMP: The newly-refurbished pavilion

 BOOST: Councillor Frank Cassidy views the new pavilion at the King Alfred Bowling Club, From left, Ray Holmes, committee member, Keith Mills, greenkeeper, Councillor Frank Cassidy, Graham Rawley, bowls player, and Cliff Callister, committee member
BOOST: Councillor Frank Cassidy views the new pavilion at the King Alfred Bowling Club, From left, Ray Holmes, committee member, Keith Mills, greenkeeper, Councillor Frank Cassidy, Graham Rawley, bowls player, and Cliff Callister, committee member
Walney club pavilion revamped thanks to donation
EVERYTHING is ready to roll at a Walney bowling club after a councillor paid to have its old pavilion spruced up in time for the new season.

Kelsang Yangdon, education programme coordinator, at the Buddhist Temple, Ulverston

 Kelsang Yangdon, education programme coordinator, at the Buddhist Temple, Ulverston
Kelsang Yangdon, education programme coordinator, at the Buddhist Temple, Ulverston
Ulverston priory helps community share in benefits of Buddhism
ADULT colouring books, meditation apps on smartphones, shelf upon shelf of guide books. The quest for a healthy mind has become big business in recent years.