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Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER


          Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Knife brandishing man in two-hour stand-off with police
A KNIFE-BRANDISHING man threatened to cut off a police officer's head in a two-hour stand off.

Lake Road in Windermere

 Lake Road in Windermere
Lake Road in Windermere
Group of thugs 'with Polish accents' carry out unprovoked assault on two men in South Cumbria town
POLICE have launched an investigation after two men were subjected to an unprovoked assault by a group of thugs with Polish accents.

Damage: A sign at Windermere Rugby Club was vandalised

 Damage: A sign at Windermere Rugby Club was vandalised
Damage: A sign at Windermere Rugby Club was vandalised
Thug damages south Cumbria rugby club sign in 'mindless act of vandalism'
POLICE are hunting a "mindless vandal" who damaged a sign at a rugby club in South Cumbria.

NEW VENTURE: Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC

 NEW VENTURE: Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC
NEW VENTURE: Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC
Windermere Ladies ready for Novocastrians RU test
WINDERMERE Ladies step into action once again on Sunday on the back of a an enjoyable experience in the Darlington 10s competition.

The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16

 The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
The Royal Albert Hospital at Lancaster SUBMITTED royal-feb-16
When institutions were the only answer to learning difficulties
THE era when people with learning difficulties were routinely sent away to institutions far from home has now passed.

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 women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

A dormitory at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15

 The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The women's hospital at the County Lunatic Asylum in Lancaster SUBMITTED census-feb-15
The 91 South Cumbrians confined in Lancaster's mental institution
Mental illness has always been carefully hidden from public gaze.

200 UP: Will Dolman celebrates scoring Windermere's third goal against Lytham – his 200th for the club CHRIS WEST

CRACK SHOT: Will Dolman scores Windermere's second goal CHRIS WEST

BREAKING THE DEADLOK: Ed Brownell scores Windermere's first goal CHRIS WEST

PUTTING HIS FOOT DOWN: Scott Santamera looks for a way past the Lytham keeper CHRIS WEST

ON THE BREAK: Tom Dolman attacks for Windermere against Lytham CHRIS WEST

UP AND OVER: Joe Pickard goes aerial CHRIS WEST

HOLD THEM OFF: Steve Heyns (left) comes under pressure CHRIS WEST

FULL STRETCH: Steve Heyns makes a desperate tackle CHRIS WEST

HEADING PLACES: Tom Whitehead on the attack for Windermere CHRIS WEST

STICK AT IT: Scott Santamera (left) battles for the ball with a Lytham man CHRIS WEST

ON THE FLY: Ed Brownell takes evasive action from a short corner CHRIS WEST

COMING THROUGH: Windermere's J Kay skips forward CHRIS WEST

HEAD IN THE GAME: Tom Whitehead shows his skills CHRIS WEST

BACKED UP: Windermere's Ed Brownell holds off a Lytham challenge CHRIS WEST

POSSE: Windermere players surround the ball CHRIS WEST

HANDY: Windermere's keeper makes a save CHRIS WEST

 200 UP: Will Dolman celebrates scoring Windermere's third goal against Lytham – his 200th for the club CHRIS WEST
200 UP: Will Dolman celebrates scoring Windermere's third goal against Lytham – his 200th for the club CHRIS WEST
PICTURE SPECIAL: Dolman nets 200th Windermere goal in Lytham draw
WILL Dolman scored his 200th Windermere goal, but a 3-3 against Lytham St Annes was definitely seen as two points dropped for Cumbria’s top men’s team.

Askam soldier William Relph SUBMITTED askam-feb-14

Askam soldier William Kellett SUBMITTED askam-feb-14

The Basra Memorial includes the names of Askam soldiers William Relph and William Kellett SUBMITTED askam-feb-14

The cap badge of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment SUBMITTED askam-feb-14

The fall of Baghdad to British troops in 1917 SUBMITTED askam-feb-14

 Askam soldier William Relph SUBMITTED askam-feb-14
Askam soldier William Relph SUBMITTED askam-feb-14
Attack on Turkish river defences claimed two Askam lives
THE deaths of two Askam men on the same day in one of the almost-forgotten military struggles of the First World War has been commemorated in the village.

Owners Mark Tomlinson and Radana Tomlinson from ChoccoBar in Bowness

 Owners Mark Tomlinson and Radana Tomlinson from ChoccoBar in Bowness
Owners Mark Tomlinson and Radana Tomlinson from ChoccoBar in Bowness
South Lakes businesses left counting the cost of road works
AFTER the excess of the festive period, January is always a slow month for traders and tourist traps.

TAKE DOWN: Millom's Ryan Carter is tackled to the ground LEANNE BOLGER

POWER PLAY: Adam Redhead drives forward for Millom against Windermere at Wilson Park LEANNE BOLGER

ON THE FLY: Windermere fly-half Bertie Hodgson looks to pass the ball on as Millom's Matty Jordan closes in LEANNE BOLGER

GREAT STUFF: Millom congratulate Ryan Carter (second left) on his try LEANNE BOLGER

SKIPPING THROUGH: Millom try-scorer John Falconer on the attack LEANNE BOLGER

JUMP TO IT: Joe Laydon takes the ball in a line-out for Millom LEANNE BOLGER

PILE ON: Ryan Carter in the ruck for Millom LEANNE BOLGER

BACK IN ACTION: Returning Millom forward Adam Redhead brings down a Windermere man LEANNE BOLGER

STOP RIGHT THERE: Millom's Joe Laydon runs into the Windermere defence LEANNE BOLGER

 TAKE DOWN: Millom's Ryan Carter is tackled to the ground LEANNE BOLGER
TAKE DOWN: Millom's Ryan Carter is tackled to the ground LEANNE BOLGER
PICTURE SPECIAL: Millom overcome Windermere in battling derby
Millom 27 Windermere 17

Sam proposing

Sam and Jake

 Sam proposing
Sam proposing
VIDEO: South Cumbria couple win national competition for their 'ultimate marriage proposal'
A COUPLE from South Cumbria won the 'ultimate marriage proposal' thanks to national florist Interflora.
The best job opportunities in south Cumbria this week
If you're looking for a fresh career challenge, we've picked out a range of vacancies from the local postings at CN-Jobs.

Jason Sutton and Patrick Ruddy

Patrick Ruddy

Jason Sutton

 Jason Sutton and Patrick Ruddy
Jason Sutton and Patrick Ruddy
Pair jailed for South Cumbria burglary which left Staffie dog injured
TWO men from South Cumbria have been sent to prison for the burglary of a Bowness property which left a Staffordshire Bull Terrier dog injured.

RETURN Adam Redhead is back to boost the Millom pack for their home game against Windermere PICTURE BY CHRIS WEST REF

 RETURN Adam Redhead is back to boost the Millom pack for their home game against Windermere PICTURE BY CHRIS WEST REF
RETURN Adam Redhead is back to boost the Millom pack for their home game against Windermere PICTURE BY CHRIS WEST REF
Millom and Windermere square off in derby clash
A DERBY clash against Windermere is in store for Millom’s senior team as they play their first home game at Wilson Park since the turn of the year in the Cumbria League tomorrow.

AREA: Coledale, Cumbria

A young sapling which was planted in Coledale

Mike Innerdale, assistant director of operations for the National Trust

 AREA: Coledale, Cumbria
AREA: Coledale, Cumbria
'Mass planting' in Lakes to help prevent flooding
HUNDREDS of trees are being planted in the Lake District in a "mass planting" to help reduce flooding and restore woodlands, the National Trust has said.

Peter and Andrea Kelly from Swim the Lakes

Pete Kelly of SwimtheLakes

 Peter and Andrea Kelly from Swim the Lakes
Peter and Andrea Kelly from Swim the Lakes
Make 2017 the year you try open water swimming
Have you thought about breaking out of the swimming pool and into open water? (Sponsored content)

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

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

 A sign on the A590 which warns of the closure on the A592
A sign on the A590 which warns of the closure on the A592
Lake District road closure to be lifted for school holidays
WORK to lay a new sewer in Windermere will be suspended for the half term holidays so roads do not grind to a halt with the extra tourist traffic.

STAR MAN: Nat Smith put in a goal-scoring display for Windermere against Colwyn Bay CHRIS WEST

 STAR MAN: Nat Smith put in a goal-scoring display for Windermere against Colwyn Bay CHRIS WEST
STAR MAN: Nat Smith put in a goal-scoring display for Windermere against Colwyn Bay CHRIS WEST
Four-midable Windermere rack up fourth straight win
WINDERMERE claimed a fourth successive win in Northern Hockey League Division Two West with a scrappy 4-2 victory over Colwyn Bay.

NEW SET-UP Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC

 NEW SET-UP Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC
NEW SET-UP Members of the Windermere RUFC women's rugby team WINDERMERE RUFC
Women's rugby taking off in Windermere
WINDERMERE RFC head of women’s rugby Tim Wragg believes their Pitch Up and Play Inner Warrior event created “a great buzz” around the club.

South Lakeland District Council has pledged to commit £50,000 to revamp public toilets

 South Lakeland District Council has pledged to commit £50,000 to revamp public toilets
South Lakeland District Council has pledged to commit £50,000 to revamp public toilets
All cisterns go for loo upgrades across south Lakes
MORE pounds are to be invested to help members of the public spend a penny.

IMPACT: Flooding at the Whitewater Hotel in Newby Bridge

 IMPACT: Flooding at the Whitewater Hotel in Newby Bridge
IMPACT: Flooding at the Whitewater Hotel in Newby Bridge
Flood plan to be revealed for Windermere, Lakeside, Backbarrow and Newby Bridge
MEMBERS of the public are being invited to a meeting which will present a plan to reduce the likelihood of flooding in south Cumbria.

Young pop rock band Summer City (photo by Emma Barrott)

Fight for Friday

 Young pop rock band Summer City (photo by Emma Barrott)
Young pop rock band Summer City (photo by Emma Barrott)
Winter showcase headlined by young rockers Summer City
FOUR emerging rock acts come together for a Lake District live music showcase this weekend.

tasty: The sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice-cream

FAMILIAR: The Damson Dene in the Lyth Valley

QUALITY: The classic club sandwich

VIEWS: Ducks provided plenty of entertainment

HEARTY: The steak and ale pie

 tasty: The sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice-cream
tasty: The sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice-cream
FOOD REVIEW: Opportunity to try TV fame Lake District hotel was too good to miss
Around six years ago a Lake District hotel was the subject of a fly-on-the-wall documentary.

L'Enclume in Cartmel

Simon Rogan from L'Enclume

The Gilpin Hotel and Lake House, Windermere.

Hrishikesh Desai, executive head at the Gilpin Hotel and Lake House in Windermere

 L'Enclume in Cartmel
L'Enclume in Cartmel
Lake District restaurants make the cut in national top 100
A TRIO of local restaurants in the Lake District have been included in a prestigious list of the best 100 restaurants in the UK.

FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH

 FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH
FAST PACE Lizzie Browne ran a quick time in the cross-country race at Broughton MILTON HAWORTH
Lizzie Browne sets standard as Black Combe excel in winter races
BLACK Combe Runners are back in their stride for 2017 after a brace of winter training league races.

First World War tank officer Gerald Butler who became a teacher in the Lake District SUBMITTED huyton-jan-31

Huyton Hill School at Pull Wood House overlooking Windermere SUBMITTED huyton-jan-31

The Hawkshead war memorial in the churchyard of St Michael and All Angels SUBMITTED huyton-jan-31

 First World War tank officer Gerald Butler who became a teacher in the Lake District SUBMITTED huyton-jan-31
First World War tank officer Gerald Butler who became a teacher in the Lake District SUBMITTED huyton-jan-31
Tank officer who came to teach in the Lake District
AMONG those buried in the churchyard at St Michael and All Angels is a survivor of the First World War called Major Gerald Villers Butler.

Lola and Marilou Leprunier from St Bees (originally from the south of France) outside their tent. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Campers set-up their tent in the dark. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

The Wetheral Brownies from Carlisle arrive at The Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall tries out The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Amy Yallop, Jamie Dobson, Hebe Dyson, Lizzie Blair & Milton Goldring from Dodd & Co, Carlisle. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Jack and Loren Kennan from Carlisle enjoy their hot food. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Hannah Hamilton, from Windermere, outside her tent. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Campers arrive for The Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Jessica Winstanley, Sadie Little and Lucy Miles from the Wetheral Brownies (Carlisle) in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Iona Baxendale cuddles her brother Izak, from Ulverston, in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

The Baxendale family - Owen, Izak, and Iona with mum and dad, from Ulverston, at their second Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Rebecca Bennett, from Cockermouth, enjoys her hot food. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Jess Aston and Shelley Ramsay from Santander, Carlisle, set-up their tent in the dark. 28th January 2016. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Wetheral Brownies from Carlisle enjoy their hot food. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

The Hamilton family - Oliver, Hannah, Sarah and Jamie, from Windermere, getting ready for The Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

The Bennett family - Rebecca, Ruby and mum Vicky, from Cockermouth, unpacking their car. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Time for bed - Iona and Izak Baxendale from Ulverston in The Big Sleep Big Bed.PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Big Sleep entertainment rovided by The Sessionistas. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Members of the Wetheral Brownies (Carlisle) in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Bunny in the bed, Vanessa Santomauro, from Essex, with her friend Georgina Smith, from Lancaster, in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Tents pitched on the shores of Windermere for The Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall tries out The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Tents pitched on the shores of Windermere ready for The Big Sleep. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Andy Beeforth from Cumbria Community Foundation in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Jessica Winstanley, Sadie Little & Lucy Miles from the Wetheral Brownies (Carlisle) in The Big Sleep Big Bed. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

Campers queue up for their hot food. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST

 Lola and Marilou Leprunier from St Bees (originally from the south of France) outside their tent. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST
Lola and Marilou Leprunier from St Bees (originally from the south of France) outside their tent. PHOTO: CHRIS WEST
PICTURE GALLERY: Brave fundraisers endure chilly night outside in Windermere for Big Sleep appeal
MORE than 150 people braved near freezing temperatures by sleeping outside in the Lake District overnight to highlight the potentially fatal risks that elderly people face during the cold winter months.

A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A model of the Windermere speedboat Miss Windermere III SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A silver pocket watch by Gilbert of Barrow SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A Stone Age axe from the Langdale Valley in its unfinished state SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A painting of the sailing ship Coniston by William Mann SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

A Victorian medal for the Westmorland Society's School SUBMITTED auction-jan-28

 A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28
A former Cumberland and Westmorland police motorcycle from 1967 SUBMITTED auction-jan-28
Old county police motorcycle being sold at auction
BACK in the 1960s traffic police in what would later become Cumbria could be seen patrolling the roads on motorcycles bought from the British Small Arms Company.

LEADING THE WAY Skipper Dan White and his Hawcoat Park side face a big test against Carlisle CHRIS WEST.

 LEADING THE WAY Skipper Dan White and his Hawcoat Park side face a big test against Carlisle CHRIS WEST.
LEADING THE WAY Skipper Dan White and his Hawcoat Park side face a big test against Carlisle CHRIS WEST.
In-form Hawcoat aiming to gun down table-toppers
HAWCOAT Park put their five-game unbeaten run to the test when they host North Lancs/Cumbria League leaders Carlisle tomorrow.