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A painting of the Barrow-built warship HMS Vanguard by an unknown artist SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

A ship's bulkhead clock by Story of Barrow SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

A programme from the Rugby League Challenge Cup semi-final in 1938 when Barrow beat Halifax SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

A programme from the Rugby League Challenge Cup final in 1938 when Barrow lost to Salford SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

A painting of Windermere by G. Ashworth SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

The Nature of Gothic by Coniston author and critic John Ruskin which was printed in an edition of just 500 in 1892 SUBMITTED auction-jan-21

A Cumberland and Carlisle guinea (£1.05) unissued banknote from the early years of the 19th century SUBMITTED auction-jan-21


          A painting of the Barrow-built warship HMS Vanguard by an unknown artist SUBMITTED auction-jan-21
A painting of the Barrow-built warship HMS Vanguard by an unknown artist SUBMITTED auction-jan-21
Personal book gift from William Wordsworth sells for £2,500
PRESENTATION copies of tourist guidebooks by Lakeland writer William Wordsworth made high prices at a sale in Edinburgh.

READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday

BOUNCING BACK Windermere are aiming to recover from last week's loss to Furness CHRIS WARNER

 READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday
READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday
Women's rugby comes to Windermere on big weekend
IT is a big weekend for Windermere as their new women’s team takes to the field for the first time.

Peter McCall will take part in the 2017 Big Sleep at Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windermere. The day of the event - January 28 - is also his birthday.

Andy Beeforth, chief executive of Cumbria Community Foundation, and his human hot water bottle Gary McKeating, practice sleeping outdoors in a Cumbrian cave to raise awareness of the charity’s 2017 Big Sleep event.

ROB GRANGE PHOTOGRAPHY (WWW.ROBGRANGE.COM)

 Peter McCall will take part in the 2017 Big Sleep at Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windermere. The day of the event - January 28 - is also his birthday.
Peter McCall will take part in the 2017 Big Sleep at Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windermere. The day of the event - January 28 - is also his birthday.
Cumbria crime chief backs Big Sleep event
CUMBRIA'S police and crime commissioner is set to spend a night under the stars as part of an annual charity event.

The model of Branksome which is being sold by Bonhams in London SUBMITTED launch-jan-19

 The model of Branksome which is being sold by Bonhams in London SUBMITTED launch-jan-19
The model of Branksome which is being sold by Bonhams in London SUBMITTED launch-jan-19
Windermere model boat could make £22,000 at auction
THERE are plenty of full-size boats you could buy for the price of a rare steam-powered model due to be sold at auction today.

Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court

Sarah Holme pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court

 Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court
Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court
Dalton motorist receives lengthy ban after driving home from party when drunk
A MOTORIST from Dalton who was drunk at the wheel was warned that she could have gone to prison after crashing into a parked car when she was more than three times above the legal drink-drive limit.

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

Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

William Cavendish the 7th Duke of Devonshire SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, the 5th Duke of Buccleuch and 7th Duke of Queensbury SUBMITTED fire-jan-18

 Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18
Barrow Working Men's Club and Institute Male Voice Choir shown in 1953 outside the fire-damaged former club base in Abbey Road, Barrow. The choir is pictured with the trophy for winning at Blackpool Festival SUBMITTED fire-jan-18
A queue of lords for Barrow club's opening day
It was often said that gaining membership of the Barrow Working Men's Club was so hard that you needed to be a Lord to get in - hence the nickname of "House of Lords" for the recently fire-damaged building on Abbey Road.

Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

JON GRANGER

Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam.

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 Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam. JON GRANGER
Browfoot Cottage, Ireleth Road, Askam. JON GRANGER
PROPERTY: Askam cottage is a stunning mix of old and new
WITH three growing children, Teresa and James Clark knew when the time had come that their lovely house in Marton could no longer cope with the family’s needs. As they told SUSAN GOODSON, they found the perfect solution in a rare property

Cumbria Police are investigating after a number of paving slabs were stolen in Windermere.

LEANNE BOLGER

 Cumbria Police are investigating after a number of paving slabs were stolen in Windermere. LEANNE BOLGER
Cumbria Police are investigating after a number of paving slabs were stolen in Windermere. LEANNE BOLGER
Police launch investigation after paving slabs are stolen in Windermere
POLICE are investigating after a number of paving slabs were stolen in Windermere.

OFF AND RUNNING Alex Brown makes a break for Furness against Windermere CHRIS WARNER

STOP RIGHT THERE The Furness defence stop a Windermere attack CHRIS WARNER

GRAPPLED Windermere bring down Furness's Corne Els CHRIS WARNER

MY BALL Furness take possession from a lineout against Windermere CHRIS WARNER

 OFF AND RUNNING Alex Brown makes a break for Furness against Windermere CHRIS WARNER
OFF AND RUNNING Alex Brown makes a break for Furness against Windermere CHRIS WARNER
Furness crush Windermere in Cumbria League
A FIRST-HALF onslaught of 40 unanswered points saw Furness march to victory over Windermere.

Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Strong Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "India Pale Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Mild Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Oatmeal Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by Claude Muncaster called Near Oxen Park in the Lake District SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by William Waddington called Cornfield near Coniston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

 Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragettes raise banners at protest event
A RARE postcard showing many of the Cumbrian groups campaigning to get votes for women will feature in a Berkshire auction next week.

BACK IN ACTION Corne Els returns to the Furness side for their clash with Windermere HARRY ATKINSON

Harry Atkinson

 BACK IN ACTION Corne Els returns to the Furness side for their clash with Windermere HARRY ATKINSON
Harry Atkinson
BACK IN ACTION Corne Els returns to the Furness side for their clash with Windermere HARRY ATKINSON
Furness and Windermere square off in Cumbria League
TWO South Cumbrian sides go head-to-head tomorrow when Furness welcome Windermere to the Strawberry Grounds.
Widowed mother-of-nine Norma Bell was found in her terraced home in Hartlepool after a fire (Cleveland Police/PA)
Widowed mother-of-nine Norma Bell was found in her terraced home in Hartlepool after a fire (Cleveland Police/PA)
Widowed mother-of-nine Norma Bell was found in her terraced home in Hartlepool after a fire (Cleveland Police/PA)
Murder accused tried to destroy evidence with gas explosion, court told
A penniless thief murdered a widow who had fostered more than 50 children then tried to destroy the evidence in an explosion, a court has heard.

House of Lords building in Abbey Road Barrow in Furness on Wednesday 11th January 2017. PICTURE: Tim Redshaw/FETL

Pictures of the House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire - 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. Roger Exley (left) of Cumbria Fire Service, evaluating the remains of the building. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

The aftermath of the fire this morning. Picture: AMY FENTON

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

FIRE HOUSE OF LORDS Aftermath of fire on Abbey Road, Barrow, 12th January 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

The aftermath of the fire this morning. Picture: AMY FENTON

The aftermath of the fire this morning. Picture: AMY FENTON

The aftermath of the fire this morning. Picture: AMY FENTON

The aftermath of the fire this morning. Picture: AMY FENTON

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

The House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire. 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

Pictures of the House of Lords in Barrow after devastating fire - 12/01/2017 JON GRANGER

Aerial footage of the aftermath of the fire that ripped through the derelict House of Lords building in Abbey Road Barrow in Furness on Wednesday 11th January 2017. PICTURE COURTESY OF Tim Redshaw/FETL

 House of Lords building in Abbey Road Barrow in Furness on Wednesday 11th January 2017. PICTURE: Tim Redshaw/FETL
House of Lords building in Abbey Road Barrow in Furness on Wednesday 11th January 2017. PICTURE: Tim Redshaw/FETL
AERIAL FOOTAGE OF FIRE AFTERMATH: Building set to be demolished after fire devastates iconic Barrow landmark
FIREFIGHTERS remain at the scene of a huge fire which broke out at an iconic building in Barrow overnight - VIDEO BELOW.

Trudi and Paul Dewar

 Trudi and Paul Dewar
Trudi and Paul Dewar
Ulverston landlady steps into the running limelight
AFTER watching her husband stun south Cumbria’s sporting scene with his ultimate triathlon challenge, Trudi Dewar was inspired to step into his shoes to help the charity they both love. Mrs Dewar spoke to EMMA PRESTON about taking up the mantle in 2017.

A FERRY which transports vehicles across Windermere has been forced to close this afternoon due to strong winds. Credit: Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News

 A FERRY which transports vehicles across Windermere has been forced to close this afternoon due to strong winds. Credit: Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News
A FERRY which transports vehicles across Windermere has been forced to close this afternoon due to strong winds. Credit: Gordon Shoosmith/Alamy Live News
Strong winds force Windermere ferry out of operation
A FERRY which transports vehicles across Windermere has been forced to close this afternoon due to strong winds.

MS Braemar in Barrow. PIC: JON GRANGER

Chris Clouter, assistant manager at Barrow port

The cruise liner the Black Prince leaves the port of Barrow in 2003

The pontoon seen from south bull nose of entrance to the Port of Barrow

Ian Stephens, chief executive of Cumbria Tourism

 MS Braemar in Barrow. PIC: JON GRANGER
MS Braemar in Barrow. PIC: JON GRANGER
Bid to make Barrow the first port of call for more cruise liners
BARROW'S port celebrates its 150th anniversary this year and the 21st year that it has welcomed cruise ships.

The giant matrix road sign on the Dalton by-pass. JON GRANGER

Road closure schedule for the A592 as part of water improvement work by United Utilities.

 The giant matrix road sign on the Dalton by-pass. JON GRANGER
The giant matrix road sign on the Dalton by-pass. JON GRANGER
Anger after £900k electronic road signs fail to show south Cumbria road closure information
QUESTIONS are again being asked of why almost £900,000 of taxpayer's money has been spent on matrix road signs which aren't displaying information on a south Cumbria road closure.

Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2

Keswick to Barrow Walk - May 6

Total Warrior - August 5 & 6

Velo Retro - July 14-16

Keswick Mountain Festival - June 8-11

Gelt Gladiator - June 10 & 11

 Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Beat the fitness blues, your handy guide to being active in Cumbria in 2017
HAVE you perhaps over indulged over the Christmas season and now you've lost your motivation to get back into shape? Go Active in Cumbria have put together a handy guide on the best active events around the county in 2017

A painting called A Fine Winter Day In The Lake District by William Heaton Cooper SUBMITTED auction-jan-07

A sample of writing from a personal description of travelling through the Lake District in 1853 SUBMITTED auction-jan-07

A cheque dated 1894 from the Ulverston branch of the Lancaster Banking Company SUBMITTED auction-jan-07

 A painting called A Fine Winter Day In The Lake District by William Heaton Cooper SUBMITTED auction-jan-07
A painting called A Fine Winter Day In The Lake District by William Heaton Cooper SUBMITTED auction-jan-07
Visitor's opinion of Lakeland in 1853
A VICTORIAN tourist's personal view of the Lake District is included in January 25 sale at Forum Auctions in London.

The Shap Wells Hotel SUBMITTED staveley-jan-06

 The Shap Wells Hotel SUBMITTED staveley-jan-06
The Shap Wells Hotel SUBMITTED staveley-jan-06
Fresh spring water on draught in Cumbrian hotel bar
THE history of a Cumbrian hotel and press photography are among the talks organised for next year by the Staveley and District History Society.

BLAST FROM THE PAST A young Liam Harrison in action for Vickers SHEENAH ALCOCK

RETURN TO ACTION Liam Harrison is back playing for Hawcoat Park tomorrow LEANNE BOLGER

 BLAST FROM THE PAST A young Liam Harrison in action for Vickers SHEENAH ALCOCK
BLAST FROM THE PAST A young Liam Harrison in action for Vickers SHEENAH ALCOCK
Former Barrow Raiders captain Harrison set for RU comeback with Hawcoat Park
LIAM Harrison is set to make a playing comeback tomorrow in the 15-man code of rugby when Hawcoat Park take on Wigton in the North Lancs/Cumbria League.

Vikki Louise Carter

 Vikki Louise Carter
Vikki Louise Carter
Barrow mum fined after being too drunk to look after two-year-old daughter
A DRUNKEN mum who was deemed incapable of looking after her "distressed" two-year-old daughter has been fined after pleading guilty in court.

03/01/2017 An artist's impression of the completed project at the Low Wood Bay resort. Submitted image, Lucre PR

 03/01/2017 An artist's impression of the completed project at the Low Wood Bay resort. Submitted image, Lucre PR
03/01/2017 An artist's impression of the completed project at the Low Wood Bay resort. Submitted image, Lucre PR
Windermere hotel set for multi-million pound revamp
A LAKES hotel is set to undergo a multi-million pound refurbishment as it sets its sights on becoming a world-renowned resort.

Colin Nicholson, 55, of North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston, appeared before Furness Magistrates' Court on January 3 and pleaded guilty to a drink driving charge

 Colin Nicholson, 55, of North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston, appeared before Furness Magistrates' Court on January 3 and pleaded guilty to a drink driving charge
Colin Nicholson, 55, of North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston, appeared before Furness Magistrates' Court on January 3 and pleaded guilty to a drink driving charge
Ulverston drink-driver left jobless after being handed a 17-month driving ban
A GRAVE digger from Ulverston has been left virtually unemployed after being banned from driving for 17 months following a drink driving charge.

The Mill pub and restaurant in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER

Phil Simpson, Director of C2

Chef Steven Doherty

 The Mill pub and restaurant in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER
The Mill pub and restaurant in Ulverston: LEANNE BOLGER
Star-studded addition to Ulverston pub's team
THE rejuvenation of a local pub will be spearheaded by the man who became the first Briton to run a three-star Michelin restaurant.

Sonja Foster will be running her third 10in10 next year. LEANNE BOLGER

Sonja Foster's training has been hampered by a fractured ankle but she is still determined to complete the 10in10. LEANNE BOLGER

Joy as Sonja Foster crosses the finish line in 2015. CHRIS WEST

Sonja Foster at the end of her 10th marathon in 2016 at Brathay Hall, Ambleside. LEANNE BOLGER

 Sonja Foster will be running her third 10in10 next year. LEANNE BOLGER
Sonja Foster will be running her third 10in10 next year. LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow sports fanatic to complete hat-trick of 10 marathons in 10 days in 2017
A DETERMINED Barrow woman is preparing to complete her very own special 'hat-trick' - running 10 marathons in 10 consecutive days for the third year in a row.

Brenda Zitha was found to have 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, with the legal limit being 35 microgrammes STUART WALKER

Brenda Zitha, of Craig Walk, Windermere, pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving without a licence or insurance at Furness Magistrates' Court on January 2.

 Brenda Zitha was found to have 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, with the legal limit being 35 microgrammes STUART WALKER
Brenda Zitha was found to have 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, with the legal limit being 35 microgrammes STUART WALKER
Illegal South African drink driver living in Windermere could be facing deportation
A SOUTH African motorist who was caught drink driving could be deported after it emerged that she has been living in the UK illegally since November 2015.

Swimmers taking part in the Great North Swim weekend in Windermere LEANNE BOLGER

Road closure schedule for the A592 as part of water improvement work by United Utilities.

A sign on the A590 which warns of the impending closure on the A592.

 Swimmers taking part in the Great North Swim weekend in Windermere LEANNE BOLGER
Swimmers taking part in the Great North Swim weekend in Windermere LEANNE BOLGER
Windermere engineering work closes busy route for several weeks
A SOUTH Cumbria road will be shut from today as work to improve water quality on Windermere resumes.

IN THE PRO RANKS Adam Chapman JO SPENCER

NEW CHALLENGE Windermere's Adam Chapman has switched to playing as a professional STUART WALKER

 IN THE PRO RANKS Adam Chapman JO SPENCER
IN THE PRO RANKS Adam Chapman JO SPENCER
Windermere golf ace Chapman hopes he can make it in pro ranks
ADAM Chapman hopes he can make the pro switch pay, after leaving the world of amateur golf behind.
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