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Challenge: Martin Steel, centre, is cycling from Walney to The Christie Hospital to raise money for the hospital where his wife, Sarah, was treated. Mr Steel is pictured with members of his support team, Ernie Emerson, left, and Keith Palmer outside one of his sponsors, DSG Vauxhall

Mission: Martin Steel is cycling from Walney to The Christie Hospital to raise money for the hospital where his wife, Sarah, was treated


          Challenge: Martin Steel, centre, is cycling from Walney to The Christie Hospital to raise money for the hospital where his wife, Sarah, was treated. Mr Steel is pictured with members of his support team, Ernie Emerson, left, and Keith Palmer outside one of his sponsors, DSG Vauxhall
Challenge: Martin Steel, centre, is cycling from Walney to The Christie Hospital to raise money for the hospital where his wife, Sarah, was treated. Mr Steel is pictured with members of his support team, Ernie Emerson, left, and Keith Palmer outside one of his sponsors, DSG Vauxhall
Husband in cycling fundraiser for hospital that treated wife
A HUSBAND is to complete a 120-mile bike ride from Walney to The Christie Hospital in Manchester.

Champions: Barrow Raiders celebrate their League One Cup triumph STEPHEN GAUNT/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM

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 Champions: Barrow Raiders celebrate their League One Cup triumph STEPHEN GAUNT/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM
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Champions: Barrow Raiders celebrate their League One Cup triumph STEPHEN GAUNT/TOUCHLINEPICS.COM
Danny Morrow double helps Raiders lift League One Cup
Barrow Raiders 38 North Wales Crusaders 32

Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER

 Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER
Big result: Wilf Heywood was a winner fro Hawcoat Park as they beat Co-op 8-3 JON GRANGER
Hawcoat Park have the edge after beating title rivals
HAWCOAT Park won the top-of-the-table clash in the Deltawaite Ltd Furness Senior Citizens Bowling Division One.

Hayley Preston running in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday 26th May 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

The Great Manchester Run. Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

Hayley Preston who is running in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday. 26th May 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

 Hayley Preston running in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday 26th May 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Hayley Preston running in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday 26th May 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Defiant Barrow runner to support Great Manchester Run in show of solidarity with the city
A DEFIANT Barrow runner is taking part in the Great Manchester Run this weekend in a show of solidarity with the city after the horrific terrorist attack.

Second place: Ben Blanchard and Bob Hargreaves in their Hillman Avenger GT

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Driver debut: Gary Newton and Tony Walker in their Ford Ka

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 Second place: Ben Blanchard and Bob Hargreaves in their Hillman Avenger GT www.pro-rally.co.uk
Second place: Ben Blanchard and Bob Hargreaves in their Hillman Avenger GT www.pro-rally.co.uk
Ulverston navigator makes his mark as rally season hots up
The 2017 Rally season has moved up a gear in recent weeks with South Lakeland competitors in the thick of the action in England, Scotland and Wales… writes PHIL JAMES .

Touchdown: Chris Pedley taking the ball all the way for Walney Terriers' second score submitted

Team work: A great block by Brad Pearce allows Joe Allington to pick up yards

LIne of scrimmage: Walney Terriers v Gateshead Senators submitted

Head to head: Gateshead cornerback versus wide receiver Gareth Thomas

 Touchdown: Chris Pedley taking the ball all the way for Walney Terriers' second score submitted
Touchdown: Chris Pedley taking the ball all the way for Walney Terriers' second score submitted
Terriers make it tough for high-flying Senators
WALNEY Terriers put up an encouraging display in attack and defence against unbeaten Gateshead Senators before succumbing 27-12 to the visitors.

Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Taking Stock: Jake Stockdale scored for Barrow Island in their Frank Reid Cup final win over Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow Island stage impressive comeback to beat Walney to Frank Reid Cup
BARROW Island landed the first silverware of the Barrow and District League season, with a 26-22 win over Walney Central in the Frank Reid Cup final, writes JEFF COWARD.

JULIAN CLARY: Julian Clary

 JULIAN CLARY: Julian Clary
JULIAN CLARY: Julian Clary
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Heading for home: Rio Hartley breaks through for Yarlside against St Paul's LINDSEY DICKINGS

Keane as mustard: Sawyer Keane swoops to score a try for St Paul's LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tricky situation: St Paul's Sam Ward Rozo is surrounded by Yarlside players LINDSEY DICKINGS

Through the gap: South Walney's Hadley Turner makes a break between Dane Ghyll's Leah Macmillan (left) and Grace Doherty LINDSEY DICKINGS

Slip away: George Romney B's Casson Metcalfe tries to evade Roose's Tristan Rogerson LINDSEY DICKINGS

Going places: George Romney B's Thomas Kirkby drives forward LINDSEY DICKINGS

In the clear: Roose's Jensson Shannon finds space to attack LINDSEY DICKINGS

Hands on: Roose's Tristan Rogerson with ball in hand LINDSEY DICKINGS

Tag along: The Dane Ghyll team at the Furness Schools tag rugby festival at Hawcoat Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Mac attack: Dane Ghyll's Leah Macmillan makes a break against South Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS

Doubled up: The George Romney A and B teams at Hawcoat Park LINDSEY DICKINGS

Streaking away: Layton Deakin on the attack for St Paul's against Yarlside LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Heading for home: Rio Hartley breaks through for Yarlside against St Paul's LINDSEY DICKINGS
Heading for home: Rio Hartley breaks through for Yarlside against St Paul's LINDSEY DICKINGS
PICTURE SPECIAL: Yarlside top tags as Furness schools flock to rugby festival
HAWCOAT Park came under siege from hundreds of primary school children enjoying a taste of tag rugby.

Champions Hawcoat Park Under-14s with the Ulverston Hospitals Cup SUBMITTED PICTURE

Celebrations: Hawcoat Park Under-14s with the Ulverston Hospitals Cup SUBMITTED PICTURE

Winners: Hawcoat Park Under-14s with the Ulverston Hospitals Cup SUBMITTED PICTURE

 Champions Hawcoat Park Under-14s with the Ulverston Hospitals Cup SUBMITTED PICTURE
Champions Hawcoat Park Under-14s with the Ulverston Hospitals Cup SUBMITTED PICTURE
Hawcoat Park break cup duck by beating nemeses Walney
Hawcoat Park U14s 3 Walney Island Blues U14s 1

Success: Members of the Chetwynde team who progress to the Furness Schools A mini tennis final LEANNE BOLGER

Serve it up: Vickerstown's Lexie Johnson ready to start LEANNE BOLGER

Mini marvel: South Walney Juniors' Micah Thorne is keen to go LEANNE BOLGER

Ready to go: Chetwynde's Mitchell Moses waits to receive the ball LEANNE BOLGER

The receiving end: Mahiya Mohan, from Chetwynde, waits for the ball to come LEANNE BOLGER

Bounceback: Holy Family's Claudia McCullough prepares for action LEANNE BOLGER

Walney wonders: The South Walney B team at the mini tennis finals LEANNE BOLGER

On the Town: The Vickerstown B team at the mini tennis finals LEANNE BOLGER

We are family: The Holy Family B team at the mini tennis finals LEANNE BOLGER

Holming instincts: Amelia Holmes in action for Chetwynde LEANNE BOLGER

What a racket: A member of the Vickerstown B team in action LEANNE BOLGER

 Success: Members of the Chetwynde team who progress to the Furness Schools A mini tennis final LEANNE BOLGER
Success: Members of the Chetwynde team who progress to the Furness Schools A mini tennis final LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Walney and Barrow school tennis teams rule the court
CHETWYNDE B earned a place among the top tennis teams in Furness with victory in the Catholic and Walney Schools B-team final at Hoops.

Top tunes: Swindon Male Voice Choir will be in concert on June 1 as part of celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Coniston Mountain Rescue Team SUBMITTED coniston-may-24

Helping hands: In June 1997 Coniston Mountain Rescue Team arranged for the recovery of wreckage from a Halifax bomber which crashed in 1944. Here are members of the Ulverston 2223 Squadron of the Air Training Corps. At the back, from left, is Holly MacGranthin, James MacGranthin and Kell McPhillips. At the front is Hayley Steel and Adam Steel EM ARCHIVE coniston-may-24

Getting ready: Members of RAF Wyton, in Cambridgeshire, get a Halifax engine ready to be lifted off the Coniston fells by helicopter in 1997 EM ARCHIVE coniston-may-24

Smooth flyer: A Chinnok RAF helicopter was used to lift engines and a propellor boss from a Halifax bomber which crashed in 1944 below Great Carrs EM ARCHIVE coniston-may-24

Finding out: In July 1996 Rob Jones, Duncan Carroll and Doug Wright of Coniston Mountain Rescue gave Matthew Green a taste of what it is like to be brought down from the fells EM ARCHIVE coniston-may-24

Cash boost: In May 1988 a cheque for £500 from Barclays Bank provided a boost to the appeal for a new Land Rover for the Coniston Mountain Rescue Team. Shown, from left, is team leader Roy Cooksey, chairman Guy Plint, Ambleside and Coniston manager John Stanning and Derek Clark who was manager of the Barclays branch at Coniston EM ARCHIVE coniston-may-24

Looking back: The logo for celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of Coniston Mountain Rescue Team SUBMITTED coniston-may-24

 Top tunes: Swindon Male Voice Choir will be in concert on June 1 as part of celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Coniston Mountain Rescue Team SUBMITTED coniston-may-24
Top tunes: Swindon Male Voice Choir will be in concert on June 1 as part of celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Coniston Mountain Rescue Team SUBMITTED coniston-may-24
Choir helps Coniston Mountain Rescue Team mark 70th anniversary
CONISTON Mountain Rescue Team is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year and as part of on-going fundraising activities has organised an evening of musical entertainment.

Lolly good fun: John Stuart, three, and Dianne Jardine, six, enjoying the sun at Earnse Bay, Walney, in 1994

Making waves: From left, Alan Holmes, Peter Grundy, Anthony and Shaun Bowler at West Shore, Walney, in 1993

Memories: Daniel Eagle playing in the sand at Haverigg in 1997

Parfect day: From left, Gavin Davies, Terran-Leigh Moffat, Keeley McLoughlin and her sister Hayley playing at the pitch and putt at Sandy Gap, Walney, in 1994

Soaking up the sun: From left, Nicola Durkin, 15, Nina Cummings, 15, and Kay Thompson, 13, enjoying the beach in 1992

Outing: From left, Joshua, Carol-Ann Torkington, Jack, Emily, Geoff Torkington, Amy, Jennifer Hall and Daniel enjoying the sunshine in Barrow Park in 1997

Splashing time: Sammy and Nathan Gelling at Earnse Bay in 1994

Having a ball: Nichola Irabor playing tennis at West Shore in 1993

Tasty treats: Catherine Dixon cooling off in 1992

Water good time: Annissia Turnbull, five, with her friend Leah Barry, six, in 1997

Trio: Craig, Glenn and Owen Richardson at Biggar Bank in 1997

Exploring: Kyle, three, and eight-month-old Kiera Knox in Barrow Park in 1993

Rock star: Keyleigh Dodd, five, at Aldingham beach in 1994

Laughs: Benjamin Martin and Jasmine Birrell, both four, at Earnse Bay in 1994

 Lolly good fun: John Stuart, three, and Dianne Jardine, six, enjoying the sun at Earnse Bay, Walney, in 1994
Lolly good fun: John Stuart, three, and Dianne Jardine, six, enjoying the sun at Earnse Bay, Walney, in 1994
Fun in the sun in south Cumbria
LOW temperatures, windy shores and showers galore can often dampen the spirits.

Good win: Jamie Boardman

 Good win: Jamie Boardman
Good win: Jamie Boardman
Kirkby enjoy clean sweep in Ulverston Bowling League
KIRKBY were the stars of the show in Division Two of the Alan Myerscough-sponsored Ulverston and District Bowling League.

United: The book of condolence at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney, held for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack LEANNE BOLGER

Tribute: People lit candles at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney LEANNE BOLGER

Emotional night: People at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney LEANNE BOLGER

Uniting the community: The Reverend Andy Batchelor at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney LEANNE BOLGER

Vigil: A lone candle burns in tribute LEANNE BOLGER

 United: The book of condolence at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney, held for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack LEANNE BOLGER
United: The book of condolence at the Vigil at St Mary's Church, Walney, held for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack LEANNE BOLGER
Community comes together for Manchester victims
HEARTBROKEN members of the community came together to pay their respects to the victims of the Manchester terror attack last night.
Special prayer vigil for Manchester terror attack victims to be held in Barrow as election hustings are cancelled
A PLANNED general election hustings which was set to go ahead tonight has been cancelled amid a halt to all campaigning in light of the tragic Manchester terror attack.

Class act: Pupils from South Walney Junior School who took part in the Evening Mail's Big Clean at Bigger Bank, Walney

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Beachcombers: South Walney Junior School pupils at Bigger Bank

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Gripping stuff: Neia Marshall helps out with the litter pick

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Beach boys: From left, Owen Browne, Drew Hazlett, Isaac Bamber, Billy Sandy, Charlie Tyson and Elliott Gray

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Beach boys: From left, Owen Browne, Drew Hazlett, Isaac Bamber, Billy Sandy, Charlie Tyson and Elliott Gray

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Litter helper: Oliver Heron

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 Class act: Pupils from South Walney Junior School who took part in the Evening Mail's Big Clean at Bigger Bank, Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Class act: Pupils from South Walney Junior School who took part in the Evening Mail's Big Clean at Bigger Bank, Walney LINDSEY DICKINGS
Walney pupils double their efforts to help out with our Big Clean mission
FOR one group of enthusiastic school children one Big Clean just wasn't enough.

Police in Thames Road, Walney

 Police in Thames Road, Walney
Police in Thames Road, Walney
Walney and Askam men due in court after being charged with wounding with intent following alleged attack
TWO men are today due to appear in court in connection with an alleged assault which left a Walney man with serious head injuries.

Movie smash: Renee Zellweger starred in the film version of Bridget Jones's Diary PA

True Brit: Blur were a dominant force in Britpop PA

Big signing: Andy Cole signed for Manchester United in 1995 in a £7m deal

 Movie smash: Renee Zellweger starred in the film version of Bridget Jones's Diary PA
Movie smash: Renee Zellweger starred in the film version of Bridget Jones's Diary PA
We're turning back time to offer you the chance to buy the Mail at 1995 prices
IT was the year we first got a glimpse of Bridget Jones' diary. Mega-football deals kept fans entertained, fashion tastes were questionable, and Britpop was alive and kicking.

Question time: Candidates join in a debate at Barrow 6th Form College before the 2015 election. From left, Clive Peaple, (Lib Dem) Simon Fell (Conservative) Rob O'Hara (Green Party) and John Woodcock (Labour)

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In discussion: Labour's John Woodcock at a Barrow 6th Form College debate in 2015

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Chairman: Phil Collier of the Furness branch of the Federation of Small Businesses

 Question time: Candidates join in a debate at Barrow 6th Form College before the 2015 election. From left, Clive Peaple, (Lib Dem) Simon Fell (Conservative) Rob O'Hara (Green Party) and John Woodcock (Labour) MILTON HAWORTH
Question time: Candidates join in a debate at Barrow 6th Form College before the 2015 election. From left, Clive Peaple, (Lib Dem) Simon Fell (Conservative) Rob O'Hara (Green Party) and John Woodcock (Labour) MILTON HAWORTH
Barrow and Furness candidates face hustings as election nears
HUSTINGS are to take place as a constituency's parliamentary candidates go head-to-head before the general election.

Presence: Police in Thames Road on Walney

 Presence: Police in Thames Road on Walney
Presence: Police in Thames Road on Walney
Police pass file to prosecutors after two men arrested following Walney attack
PROSECUTORS are due to make a decision whether or not to charge two men in connection with an assault which took place on Walney.

Art foundation students (l-r) Shannon Glasgow and Georgia Trelore with their major projects which feature in the Art Foundation Exhibition at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus. Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Art foundation student Shannon Glasgow with her major project which features in the Art Foundation Exhibition at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus.

Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Art foundation student Georgia Trelore with her major project which features in the Art Foundation Exhibition at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus.Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

(l-r) Head of art and design Nikki Conigliaro and tutor/art technician Andy Currie-Scarr at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus. Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

Furness College to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus. Pictured is a previous art foundation course student Glenn Luxon, of Walney.

 Art foundation students (l-r) Shannon Glasgow and Georgia Trelore with their major projects which feature in the Art Foundation Exhibition at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus. Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Art foundation students (l-r) Shannon Glasgow and Georgia Trelore with their major projects which feature in the Art Foundation Exhibition at Barrow Sixth Form College. Furness College is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design at Barrow Sixth Form College, its Rating Lane campus. Monday 22nd May 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Barrow college to launch art centre of excellence
A BARROW college is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design.

Duty: Firefighter Tony Callister, newly appointed mayor of Barrow, outside Barrow Town Hall

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Ceremony: Tony Callister, Barrow's new mayor

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Serving community: Tony Callister, Barrow's new mayor, pictured in his firefighting gear

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 Duty: Firefighter Tony Callister, newly appointed mayor of Barrow, outside Barrow Town Hall LINDSEY DICKINGS
Duty: Firefighter Tony Callister, newly appointed mayor of Barrow, outside Barrow Town Hall LINDSEY DICKINGS
New Barrow mayor ready to handle the heat of council pressures
THE new mayor of Barrow insists he can handle the heat of the job as he takes office.

Double: Tom Hopkins scored two tries for Askam against Millom JON GRANGER

 Double: Tom Hopkins scored two tries for Askam against Millom JON GRANGER
Double: Tom Hopkins scored two tries for Askam against Millom JON GRANGER
Askam take derby spoils against Millom
THE bragging rights went to Askam, as two tries from Tom Hopkins helped them overcome Millom 44-22 in the National Conference League Division Two derby.

Police cordon

 Police cordon
Police cordon
Man seriously injured in Walney assault
AN assault in Walney has left a man in a serious condition in hospital.

A Stagecoach bus.

 A Stagecoach bus.
A Stagecoach bus.
Police probe suspected Walney bus assault
AN assault which took place on a bus on Walney is under investigation by police.

Injury: Millom player-coach Tom Sibley has to sit out the derby with Askam STEPHEN LEECE

 Injury: Millom player-coach Tom Sibley has to sit out the derby with Askam STEPHEN LEECE
Injury: Millom player-coach Tom Sibley has to sit out the derby with Askam STEPHEN LEECE
Millom and Askam ready for derby duel at Devonshire Road
THE derby clash between Millom and Askam takes centre stage this weekend, with the two local rivals going head-to-head at Devonshire Road tonight.

On the course: Eventual winners Mary Simpson (second left) and Marian McBride (right) with Avril Standing and Irene Wharton LEANNE BOLGER

Champion: Marian McBride, winner of the Evening Mail Ladies Open along with partner Mary Simpson LEANNE BOLGER

All smiles: Pictured, left to right, Pauline Murray, Gill Punton, Joan Myers, Val Kirkwood (Furness Lady Captain), Marian McBride and Sally Campbell LEANNE BOLGER

Give it a whack: Joan Cresswell in action LEANNE BOLGER

Third place: Gill Punton and Sally Campbell of Furness LEANNE BOLGER

Fairway to go: Taking part in the Evening Ladies Open are left to right; Alyson Wood, Joan Cresswell, Jane Coles and Jan Crossfield Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Tee-off time: Alyson Wood LEANNE BOLGER

Putt it there: Joan Cresswell on the green LEANNE BOLGER

Winning stroke: Marian McBride during her successful round with Mary Simpson LEANNE BOLGER

Runners-up: Pauline Murray and Joan Myers of Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

 On the course: Eventual winners Mary Simpson (second left) and Marian McBride (right) with Avril Standing and Irene Wharton LEANNE BOLGER
On the course: Eventual winners Mary Simpson (second left) and Marian McBride (right) with Avril Standing and Irene Wharton LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Ulverston aces Marian and Mary do it again in Evening Mail Golf
MARIAN McBride enjoyed another successful return to her golfing roots as she lifted the Evening Mail Ladies Open alongside Mary Simpson.

North Walney Primary School,Walney, Barrow

Rachel Denwood, pastoral head of sixth form at West Lakes Academy, Egremont

GCSE Engineering pupils from Richard Rose Morton Academy in Carlisle

 North Walney Primary School,Walney, Barrow
North Walney Primary School,Walney, Barrow
First Golden Apple Award nominations in
The first nominations into this year's Golden Apple Awards have been received.

In the finals: GSK Ulverston apprentices Kelly Stokes and Joe Hambley with Godfrey Owen, chief executive of the Brathay Trust

Brathay Apprentice Challenge

 In the finals: GSK Ulverston apprentices Kelly Stokes and Joe Hambley with Godfrey Owen, chief executive of the Brathay Trust Brathay Apprentice Challenge
In the finals: GSK Ulverston apprentices Kelly Stokes and Joe Hambley with Godfrey Owen, chief executive of the Brathay Trust Brathay Apprentice Challenge
Apprentice team in running for award for asthma campaign launched in memory of Ulverston schoolboy
A TEAM of apprentices are in the running for a prestigious award for their campaign launched in memory of an Ulverston schoolboy.
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