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          Tyler Heyworth
Tyler Heyworth
Appeal for missing teenager from Walney
POLICE are concerned for a missing 15-year-old from Walney.
You could earn £10k - simply by finding a suitable site for Domino's to open a second outlet in Barrow
PIZZA chain Domino's wants to open a second branch in Barrow as part of a national expansion programme.

David Hunt

 David Hunt
David Hunt
"I know where you live - I'll burn your house down:" Chilling threat of Barrow addict
A MAN who threatened to burn a pharmacist's house down and assaulted a police officer has been sent to prison.

INJURY WOE Karl Ashall has suffered a broken arm STEVE MILLER

STEPPING UP Dan Abram will be one of the hookers backing up Nathan Mossop JON GRANGER

OPPORTUNITY Brad Marwood is back to the fore at Barrow Raiders LEANNE BOLGER

INJURY WOE Karl Ashall has suffered a broken arm STEVE MILLER

 INJURY WOE Karl Ashall has suffered a broken arm STEVE MILLER
INJURY WOE Karl Ashall has suffered a broken arm STEVE MILLER
Abram and Marwood have Barrow Raiders chance as Ashall suffers broken arm
DAN Abram and Brad Marwood will be thrust to the fore for Barrow Raiders after it was confirmed Karl Ashall will be out for 12 weeks after suffering a broken arm.

Bewdley station links with Kidderminster on the Severn Valley Railway BILL MYERS kiddermister-jan-21

Exhibits in the railway museum at Kidderminster on the Severn Valley Railway BILL MYERS kiddermister-jan-21

A coal truck at Bewdley Museum from Wyre Forest coalfield BILL MYERS kiddermister-jan-21

Kidderminster Town Hall and the statue to Roland Hill SUBMITTED kiddermister-jan-21

Load Street in Bewdley SUBMITTED kiddermister-jan-21

Many Worcestershire men moved to Barrow for jobs at Barrow Ironworks SUBMITTED kiddermister-jan-21

A Bessemer converter from Barrow Steelworks in the 1860s. Since 1956 it has beenan exhibit at the Science Museum in London SUBMITTED kiddermister-jan-21

The River Severn passing through Bewdley BILL MYERS kidderminster-jan-21

 Bewdley station links with Kidderminster on the Severn Valley Railway BILL MYERS kiddermister-jan-21
Bewdley station links with Kidderminster on the Severn Valley Railway BILL MYERS kiddermister-jan-21
Historic links between Barrow and FA Trophy rivals Kidderminster
BARROW AFC welcome Kidderminster to Holker Street on Saturday, February 4, but ambition to reach the last eight of the FA Trophy is not all which links the towns.

Rib-eye steak

Honey tart and brown bread ice cream

Spiced parsnip soup

Chicken curry

Chequers hotel and restaurant

 Rib-eye steak
Rib-eye steak
FOOD: Poaka Beck restaurant, Dalton
Poaka Beck restaurant, Chequers Hotel, Dalton

Electric ovens heading for Vickerstown on Walney around 1904 SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20

Houses in Mikasa Street, Vickerstown, Walney SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20

A vintage electric iron SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20

A vintage electric toaster SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20

The Barrow Corporation electricity works at Buccleuch Street in the 1940s SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20

 Electric ovens heading for Vickerstown on Walney around 1904 SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20
Electric ovens heading for Vickerstown on Walney around 1904 SUBMITTED electric2-jan-20
Renting your kettle and iron off the council
WE take electrical appliances for granted and most homes have dozens of different pieces of equipment which can be plugged in - all of them bought in shops or ordered online.

David Blagburn made off without paying for a taxi fare and racially abused a member of the public

David Blagburn, 46

 David Blagburn made off without paying for a taxi fare and racially abused a member of the public
David Blagburn made off without paying for a taxi fare and racially abused a member of the public
Drunken Walney man pleads guilty to racial slur and dodging a taxi fare
A DRUNKEN man racially abused a Romanian at a supermarket after dodging a taxi fare.

The Ferry

 The Ferry
The Ferry
Footy fury leads to window damage at newly revamped Walney pub
A GROUP of youths thought to be responsible for damage to a pub window are being sought by police.

Cumbria has fared poorly in the government's new measure of pupils' progress

 Cumbria has fared poorly in the government's new measure of pupils' progress
Cumbria has fared poorly in the government's new measure of pupils' progress
Cumbria one of worst performing areas under new secondary school progress measure
A NEW secondary school progress measure - deemed "fairer" by the government but which unions say must be viewed with "caution" - has seen a number of Barrow schools fall below the target and Cumbria emerge as one of the worst-performing areas.

The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

Sheila Howell at re-launch of Gondola in 1980 SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

'Sydney the sea Serpent,' a feature on The Gondola SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

The brass plaque on Gondola after re-building work at Vickers, Barrow in 1978 SUBMITTED-gondola-jan-19

Feeding the fire on the Victorian steam yacht Gondola which is operated by the National Trust on Coniston Water SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

A view of the Furness Railway crest on the engine of Gondola which made its first public sailing on June 1 in 1860 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

 The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
When sleek Coniston steam yacht was a battered shell
FIFTY years ago the Coniston steam-powered yacht Gondola was in a poor state, grounded at the southern end of the lake and with an uncertain future.

From left to right: Playdale’s managing director Barry Leahey, Sarah Thompson and David Wilson, Playdale’s HSQE Manager. SUBMITTED

Sarah Thompson, a NWAA Fundraiser, presenting to Playdale. SUBMITTED

 From left to right: Playdale’s managing director Barry Leahey, Sarah Thompson and David Wilson, Playdale’s HSQE Manager. SUBMITTED
From left to right: Playdale’s managing director Barry Leahey, Sarah Thompson and David Wilson, Playdale’s HSQE Manager. SUBMITTED
Playground exporter vows to raise funds for south Cumbria charity
CHARITY bosses have visited staff at a playground manufacturing company after it agreed to donate money to their cause through fundraising events in 2017.

ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH

STUCK IN Holker's Rhys Southward (right) tackles a Hawcoat player MILTON HAWORTH

GET THE BALL Holker's Calum Evans (left) makes a tackle MILTON HAWORTH

GOAL! Holker defender Calum Evans and keeper Josh Hunt see Hawcoat score MILTON HAWORTH

21's header hits the bar with the goal wide open.....action from Hawcoat u11s v Holker OBs u11s.14th January 2017. MILTON HAWORTH Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding

 ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH
ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH
Hawcoat beat Holker to advance in Ulverston Hospitals Cup
Hawcoat Park Dynamos U11s 11 Holker Old Boys Hawks 0

Barrow fire station

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale who died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

A file photo of a firefighter's locker at Barrow Fire Station

 Barrow fire station
Barrow fire station
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow firefighters say 'There has never been a greater risk of dying in a fire'
IN the past five years, firefighter numbers in Cumbria have been cut by 49 while in the same period, fire-related deaths have increased to record levels. AMY FENTON speaks to firefighters on the front line and examines the links between the two

Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.

 Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.
Daniel Craig Sawyer, 27, of Penrith Place, Barrow, pleaded guilty to causing £300 worth of criminal damage after damaging a wooden door belonging to Acorn Property on August 27, 2016.
Barrow man ordered to reduce alcohol intake after drunkenly kicking down a door
A DRUNK Barrow man has been ordered to "cut out" the alcohol after kicking down a door in a violent outburst.

Albert Street, Dalton. GOOGLE MAPS

 Albert Street, Dalton. GOOGLE MAPS
Albert Street, Dalton. GOOGLE MAPS
Investigation launched after scores of cars are damaged in Dalton
POLICE have launched an investigation after a number of vehicles were damaged in a residential street in Dalton.

LIFELINE Helicopters are the most reliable way to access offshore turbines

 LIFELINE Helicopters are the most reliable way to access offshore turbines
LIFELINE Helicopters are the most reliable way to access offshore turbines
Firm to provide helicopter support to Walney windfarm
BABCOCK Mission Critical Services Onshore has won a multi-million pound contract to provide specialist helicopter support to the Walney Extension offshore windfarm.

A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line

 A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line
A Carlisle-bound train heads north from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian Coast line
Lord urges government for £130m upgrade of Cumbrian Coast railway line
A PEER is calling on the government to spend £130m upgrading the Cumbrian Coast rail line through Barrow.

File photo of Walney Channel. Picture: Martin Millar.

Barrow Lifeboat

 File photo of Walney Channel. Picture: Martin Millar.
File photo of Walney Channel. Picture: Martin Millar.
Emergency services called to third Barrow suicide attempt in two weeks at Walney Channel
LIFEBOAT crew, police, firefighters and paramedics were called out after a woman was threatening to commit suicide in Barrow.

Fight for Fair Fares campaigners Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady: JON GRANGER

A Stagecoach bus

 Fight for Fair Fares campaigners Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady: JON GRANGER
Fight for Fair Fares campaigners Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady: JON GRANGER
Furness parents search for transport alternatives after latest bus fare increase
FURNESS parents angered by school bus fare increases have stepped up their campaign by revealing plans to get quotes from alternative transport providers.

GET CARTER Karl Carter, of Walney Island, rises highest for the ball during Saturday's clash at Tummerhill

ADAM GOOD RUN Adam Reynolds of Walney Island beats his opponent

BACK OF THE NET The Garstang reserves keeper is beaten Goal for Walney Island Chris Warner

SLAM DUNC Michael Duncan, Walney Island watches as the ball goes in

 GET CARTER Karl Carter, of Walney Island, rises highest for the ball during Saturday's clash at Tummerhill
GET CARTER Karl Carter, of Walney Island, rises highest for the ball during Saturday's clash at Tummerhill
Walney forced to settle for Garstang draw as nine-man Vickerstown beat Lostock
WALNEY Island and Garstang fought out a 2-2 draw in an eventful match on a bitterly cold Tummerhill.

Councillor Felicity Wilson with her Bouquet of the Week: LEANNE BOLGER

Councillor Felicity Wilson with her Bouquet of the Week: LEANNE BOLGER

Dodds Designer Florist in Ulverston provided the bouquet

 Councillor Felicity Wilson with her Bouquet of the Week: LEANNE BOLGER
Councillor Felicity Wilson with her Bouquet of the Week: LEANNE BOLGER
Millom festival organiser thanked with Bouquet of the Week
A WOMAN who brightens up a town every year by organising an annual festival in Millom has been surprised with the Evening Mail's Bouquet of the Week.

IN THE FRAME The page from the Football League Review which featured Barrow AFC player Brian Arrowsmith and Evening Mail photographer Eddie Tweedie submitted

FRONT COVER The Football League Review featuring Barrow AFC player Brian Arrowsmith and Evening Mail photographer Eddie Tweedie submitted

HONOUR Barrow AFC legend Brian Arrowsmith at Holker Street before the Rochdale FA Cup tie when the main stand was named after him. From left: Stephanie Casson, Jean Arrowsmith, Brian Arrowsmith, Paul Casson, Mark Arrowsmith LEANNE BOLGER

 IN THE FRAME The page from the Football League Review which featured Barrow AFC player Brian Arrowsmith and Evening Mail photographer Eddie Tweedie submitted
IN THE FRAME The page from the Football League Review which featured Barrow AFC player Brian Arrowsmith and Evening Mail photographer Eddie Tweedie submitted
The curious tale of the Barrow AFC defender, the Evening Mail photographer and a national football magazine
WHEN: 1969

GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine

 GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
Firefighters tackle chimney fire in Barrow
FIREFIGHTERS extinguished a chimney fire in Barrow, using an aerial ladder platform during the incident.

The Ferry on Walney.

The interior decor at The Ferry, Walney

Turkey and ham from the carvery at The Ferry, Walney

Vegetarian pizza at The Ferry, Walney

Chicken dippers and spicy potato wedges at The Ferry, Walney

 The Ferry on Walney.
The Ferry on Walney.
Food review: Honest tasty meals at The Ferry, Walney... but the decor didn't float my boat
The Ferry, Walney

Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.

Amy Stretch-Parker, from Ulverston

 Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Furness tales feature in Cumbrian variety show
THE county's legendary tales are played out on stage in Barrow next month, as musician and storyteller Steve Wharton brings his Cumbrian Songs and Stories show to The Forum.

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Walney man accused of deliberately avoiding taxi fare
A MAN from Walney is due to appear in court accused of failing to pay a taxi driver and a racially aggravated public order offence.

ACTION GROUP The Fight for Fair Fares team. From left, Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady

 ACTION GROUP The Fight for Fair Fares team. From left, Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady
ACTION GROUP The Fight for Fair Fares team. From left, Nicola Green, Elaine Edwards, Janette Hellon and Joanna Brady
Furness parents campaign against 'ethically wrong' bus fare increases and demand school pass scheme is set up
PARENTS who are forking out anything from £41 to £83 a month to send their child to school on the bus are demanding an affordable scheme is set up.

Soul Survivors lead vocalist Danny Smyth

Soul Survivors

 Soul Survivors lead vocalist Danny Smyth
Soul Survivors lead vocalist Danny Smyth
Island return for Furness favourites Soul Survivors
SOUL Survivors kick off 2017 by returning to a venue that they sold out on their previous appearance last September.

New Inn, Biggar Village, Walney, by Abel Masson

A sketch by Dalton-born George Romney for a painting called Mirth

 New Inn, Biggar Village, Walney, by Abel Masson
New Inn, Biggar Village, Walney, by Abel Masson
Library archives contain local treasures
THE artwork held in Barrow Library's archives is being showcased in a free exhibition.
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