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FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD

LEADING FROM THE FRONT Hawcoat Park skipper Dan White in action in the win over Workington last week CHRIS WEST


          FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD
FITNESS TEST Ryan Milner must wait to find if he can feature for Hawcoat Park against Fleetwood MARK FITZGERALD
Hawcoat Park out to make it back-to-back wins
HAWCOAT Park aim to make it back-to-back wins in North Lancs/Cumbria League when they head to Fleetwood tomorrow.

Murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Michael Milligan bought a hunting knife in fear of a similar attack. Credit: MoD/PA Wire

Michael Milligan appeared before Furness Magistrates' Court on Tuesday

Lee Rigby was murdered on May 22, 2013 by Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. Credit: John Giles/PA Wire

 Murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Michael Milligan bought a hunting knife in fear of a similar attack. Credit: MoD/PA Wire
Murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Michael Milligan bought a hunting knife in fear of a similar attack. Credit: MoD/PA Wire
Barrow ex-military man who feared a Lee Rigby-style attack carried hunting knife in public
AN ex-serviceman from Barrow who phoned for an ambulance to tell them he was going to self-harm after brandishing a knife at a bus stop has been given a curfew order.

There are fresh fears for frail and vulnerable people this winter

Mary Bradley the chief executive of Age UK West Cumbria

Andy Beeforth, chief executive of Cumbria Community Foundation, and Gary McKeating who will be sleeping in a Cumbrian cave to raise awareness of the charity’s 2017 Big Sleep event. PHOTO: Rob Grange Photography

 There are fresh fears for frail and vulnerable people this winter
There are fresh fears for frail and vulnerable people this winter
Killer cold claimed 460 lives across Cumbria in one winter
STAGGERING figures show that 160 more Cumbrians than expected died during one winter.

PRO SWITCH Windermere's Adam Chapman is spending the winter playing in Portugal and Spain JO SPENCER

 PRO SWITCH Windermere's Adam Chapman is spending the winter playing in Portugal and Spain JO SPENCER
PRO SWITCH Windermere's Adam Chapman is spending the winter playing in Portugal and Spain JO SPENCER
Windermere golfer Adam Chapman takes pro ticket
GREENS machine Adam Chapman is soaking up the Iberian sunshine after making the professional switch.

A swimmer braves Windermere for one of the Big Chill events.

 A swimmer braves Windermere for one of the Big Chill events.
A swimmer braves Windermere for one of the Big Chill events.
Swimmers to brave chilly waters for notorious Lake District gala
FEARLESS swimmers will once again take to chilly waters as an international swimming gala returns to the Lake District.

Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY

 Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY
Furness General Hospital. Credit: JOE RILEY
Man who denies assaulting surgeon at Furness General Hospital set to stand trial
A MAN who has denied assaulting a member of staff at a Barrow hospital is set to stand trial tomorrow.

Archaeologist Dr Richard Newman BY LOUISE MARTIN bay-dec-05

 Archaeologist Dr Richard Newman BY LOUISE MARTIN bay-dec-05
Archaeologist Dr Richard Newman BY LOUISE MARTIN bay-dec-05
Chance to learn Morecambe Bay research skills
A NEW training scheme has been launched to equip volunteers with the skills needed to investigate and collect historical and archaeological information about sites around Morecambe Bay.

FLOODS December 2015-- Flood, Whitewater Hotel, Whitewater Hotel & Leisure Club Lakeland Village, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, Sunday 6th DECEMBER 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

FLOODS RIVER LEVEN---Flood -Next to Swan Hotel, River Leven at Newby Bridge, Sunday 15 November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

FLOODS A592--- Flooded road towards Bowness A592 Pictured: Car going through flood, Bowness, Sunday 15 November 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

FLOODS December 2015-- Flood, Whitewater Hotel, Whitewater Hotel & Leisure Club Lakeland Village, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, Sunday 6th DECEMBER 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

FLOODS DECEMBER 2015-- flooded The Swan Hotel & Spa,Newby Bridge, sUNDAY 6TH December 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

FLOODS December 2015-- Flood, Whitewater Hotel, Whitewater Hotel & Leisure Club /Lakeland Village, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, Sunday 6th DECEMBER 2015 LEANNE BOLGER

 FLOODS December 2015-- Flood, Whitewater Hotel, Whitewater Hotel & Leisure Club Lakeland Village, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, Sunday 6th DECEMBER 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
FLOODS December 2015-- Flood, Whitewater Hotel, Whitewater Hotel & Leisure Club Lakeland Village, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, Sunday 6th DECEMBER 2015 LEANNE BOLGER
Storm Desmond - what happened
ONE year ago communities across Cumbria were shaken by disastrous floods that destroyed homes, businesses and infrastructure across the county.

Police investigate fail to stop in Windermere

 Police investigate fail to stop in Windermere
Police investigate fail to stop in Windermere
Police appeal for information over fail to stop in Windermere
POLICE are investigating a fail to stop in Windermere.

Furness Magistrates' Court

 Furness Magistrates' Court
Furness Magistrates' Court
Man to spend Christmas behind bars after punching his ex-girlfriend in Windermere
A 31-YEAR-OLD man has been jailed for 70 days after beating up his ex-partner.

The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30

In April 1987 a special train celebrated 140 years of services on the Kendal to Windermere line SUBMITTED talk-nov-30

A Glaxo fireless locomotive which worked at Ulverston SUBMITTED talk-nov-30

 The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30
The Furness Railway Coppernob locomotive returns to Barrow in 1996 for the 150th anniversary of the rail company EM ARCHIVE talk-nov-30
A tour through 40 years of Cumbrian rail travel
A TOUR of rail history was provided by Andrew Naylor at a Bowness conference held by the Cumbrian Railways Association to mark the 40th anniversary of its foundation in 1976.

The plaque at Windermere station to Alfred King SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29

The original Windermere station which Alfred King would have been familiar with SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29

Coaches meeting the trains at Windermere station SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29

Coaches at Windermere station SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29

The badge of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29

 The plaque at Windermere station to Alfred King SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29
The plaque at Windermere station to Alfred King SUBMITTED windermere-nov-29
Platform memorial at Windermere to soldier rail worker
THE small waiting shelter at Windermere railway station has a modern plaque to the memory of a First World War Soldier which many travellers will see and perhaps wonder who he was.

The Croftlands school pupils with Santa Claus at Lakeside Hotel and Spa. SUBMITTED

 The Croftlands school pupils with Santa Claus at Lakeside Hotel and Spa. SUBMITTED
The Croftlands school pupils with Santa Claus at Lakeside Hotel and Spa. SUBMITTED
Ulverston schoolchildren decorate hotel's tree to launch festive extravaganza
SCHOOLCHILDREN from an Ulverston school have helped a luxury Lake District hotel launch its ‘Build up to Christmas’ extravaganza after winning the chance to decorate its eight-foot Christmas tree.

A self portrait in oak of William Fell, from Windermere SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

A Furness Railway wagon plate which sold at auction for £140 SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

A ceramic plaque by R. Abbott with the title Windermere Lake From Low Wood Inn SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

A painting of the Head of Windermere Francis Nicholson SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

A cast iron sign from the London and Norther Western and Furness Railways in 1883 which sold at auction for £140 SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

An officer's badge of the Cumberland-based 34th Regiment SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

An other ranks badge of the Cumberland-based 34th Regiment SUBMITTED auction-nov-26

 A self portrait in oak of William Fell, from Windermere SUBMITTED auction-nov-26
A self portrait in oak of William Fell, from Windermere SUBMITTED auction-nov-26
Windermere farmer switched to carving oak
A CARVED self portrait of a Lakeland craftsman is among the more unusual lots in an auction by Hartleys, of Ilkley, West Yorkshire, on November 30.

WINNER Aimee Everett

WINNER Curtis Anderson

 WINNER Aimee Everett
WINNER Aimee Everett
Barrow footballers and Millom gymnasts win at Cumbria Sports Awards
FOOTBALLING starlets Curtis Anderson and Aimee Everett were the big Furness winners at last night’s Cumbria Sports Awards.

CCTV from the store

 CCTV from the store
CCTV from the store
Police release CCTV image after theft from supermarket in South Cumbria
POLICE have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a theft from Booths in South Cumbria.

BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness

 BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness
BACK Tez Nueto returns for Furness
Cumbria League derby duels provide fuel for full-blooded face-offs
THERE'S a double dose of derby action as Furness host Millom and Ambleside take on the Wilson Park club's second string tomorrow.

Millom Christmas lights 2013

Councillor Denise Burness

 Millom Christmas lights 2013
Millom Christmas lights 2013
Cash investment set to light up Millom with Christmas cheer
A TOWN is set to be transformed into a winter wonderland thanks to a cash injection of thousands of pounds.

Tom Quinn, from Barrow, completes his 30th challenge of the year after cycling to Lands End. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn in the Himalayas while hiking to Mount Everest Base Camp. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn stands on part of Hadrian's Wall while completing The Wall Rat Race. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn from Barrow taking part in the Great North Swim. LEANNE BOLGER

Tom Quinn walks through the Lake District as he takes on the Cumbrian Way. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn at the start of the Cumbrian Way in Carlisle. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn takes on the Yorkshire Three Peak. SUBMITTED

Tom Quinn in Paris after cycling from London. SUBMITTED

 Tom Quinn, from Barrow, completes his 30th challenge of the year after cycling to Lands End. SUBMITTED
Tom Quinn, from Barrow, completes his 30th challenge of the year after cycling to Lands End. SUBMITTED
GALLERY: 30-year-old Barrow engineer completes 30th and final epic challenge of the year
A 30-YEAR-OLD Barrow engineer who has spent 2016 taking on an epic physical challenge for every year of his life has successfully completed his final test.

A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686

A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686

A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686

A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686

 A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686
A snow plough clears the road of snow on the A686
Ploughs out in force to clear major roads in Cumbria
SNOW is causing chaos for motorists across the region with ploughs out in force on roads in Cumbria.

Squeezed: Booths made a loss

 Squeezed: Booths made a loss
Squeezed: Booths made a loss
Floods damage sees Booths plunge into the red
SUPERMARKET Booths has plunged into the red as restructuring costs and the effect of last winter's storms took their toll.
Roads closed, trains cancelled, passengers stranded and car leaves M6 as heavy wind, rain and snow batter south Cumbria
WEATHER chaos is gripping south Cumbria this evening as adverse conditions take hold across the county.

Cedar Manor Hotel, Windermere

 Cedar Manor Hotel, Windermere
Cedar Manor Hotel, Windermere
South Cumbria hotel named as one of 'best in the North West'
A THREE-STAR hotel in South Cumbria has been named as one of the best in the region by a global hotel search website.

Secondary school pupils Alfie Cogger, left, and Pierce Harris have both made the GB National Sailing Squad

Secondary school pupils Alfie Cogger, left, and Pierce Harris, right, have both made the GB National Sailing Squad

Year seven pupil Isabel Flynn has been selected for the RS Tera Northern Sailing Squad

Windermere School's Chief sailing instructor and Royal Yachting Association Principal, Graeme Rowe.

The Duchess of Cambridge taking to the water with Sir Ben Ainslie and the crew of the Land Rover BAR for training circuit on the Solent. PHOTO: Frank Augstein/PA Photos

 Secondary school pupils Alfie Cogger, left, and Pierce Harris have both made the GB National Sailing Squad
Secondary school pupils Alfie Cogger, left, and Pierce Harris have both made the GB National Sailing Squad
South Lakes school pupils set to be GB sailing stars
Inspired by our Olympic sailing heroes, a team of secondary school pupils from the south Lakes have followed their dreams to make the national squads.

BACK ON HOME TURF Former Barrow Raiders winger Lee Haney is set to feature for Hawcoat Park at Craven Park BILL WATKINSON

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 BACK ON HOME TURF Former Barrow Raiders winger Lee Haney is set to feature for Hawcoat Park at Craven Park BILL WATKINSON
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BACK ON HOME TURF Former Barrow Raiders winger Lee Haney is set to feature for Hawcoat Park at Craven Park BILL WATKINSON
Hawcoat Park ready to make history at home of Barrow Raiders
HAWCOAT Park break new ground tomorrow when they welcome Silloth to Craven Park for the first full game of rugby union to take place at the home of the town’s professional rugby league team.

CN development director Jonathan Lee, left, with Peter Robinson of the Cumbrian Railways Association in 2014. He was receiving £200 from the North West Evening Mail Charitable trust towards the production cost of a railway-themed fictional children's book EM ARCHIVE car-nov-17

This model of Furness Railway 37 by Ross Pochin and Bill Shillcock was part of a collection bought by the Cumbrian Railways Association in 2008 and is due to be on show at the Workington Model Railway Exhibition this weekend SUBMITTED car-nov-17

 CN development director Jonathan Lee, left, with Peter Robinson of the Cumbrian Railways Association in 2014. He was receiving £200 from the North West Evening Mail Charitable trust towards the production cost of a railway-themed fictional children's book EM ARCHIVE car-nov-17
CN development director Jonathan Lee, left, with Peter Robinson of the Cumbrian Railways Association in 2014. He was receiving £200 from the North West Evening Mail Charitable trust towards the production cost of a railway-themed fictional children's book EM ARCHIVE car-nov-17
Cumbrian rail history group celebrates 40 years
THE county’s leading railway history group celebrated its 40 th anniversary with a conference for enthusiasts held at the Windermere Hydro Hotel in Bowness.

NEW RECRUIT Paul Crarey will be casting an eye over trialist Tom Loxam during pre-season with Barrow Raiders LEANNE BOLGER

 NEW RECRUIT Paul Crarey will be casting an eye over trialist Tom Loxam during pre-season with Barrow Raiders LEANNE BOLGER
NEW RECRUIT Paul Crarey will be casting an eye over trialist Tom Loxam during pre-season with Barrow Raiders LEANNE BOLGER
Barrow Raiders call Royal Marine rookie into service
PAUL Crarey is eager to see what former Royal Marine Tom Loxam can do after being handed a trial with Barrow Raiders.

Harry Harrison from NHS Cumbria CCG presenting the cheque to Scott Umpleby from the Brathay Trust

 Harry Harrison from NHS Cumbria CCG presenting the cheque to Scott Umpleby from the Brathay Trust
Harry Harrison from NHS Cumbria CCG presenting the cheque to Scott Umpleby from the Brathay Trust
Cumbria NHS staff make a splash with generous charity donation
HEALTH professionals from across the county rowed their way to victory to raise thousands of pounds for a vital local charity.

Carlisle Crown Court

Looking north towards Ullswater from Kirkstone Pass LOFTUS BROWN

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Man appears in court charged with "astonishingly dangerous" drive across the Lakes
A MAN who led police on a late night pursuit up and down the notorious Kirkstone Pass is facing prison for poor driving that a judge branded "astonishingly dangerous".

The 45573 Newfoundland at Wennington signal box on September 12 in 1964 BY Noel Machell rail-nov-14

An Edwardian view of a train calling at Grange station SUBMITTED rail-nov-14

 The 45573 Newfoundland at Wennington signal box on September 12 in 1964 BY Noel Machell rail-nov-14
The 45573 Newfoundland at Wennington signal box on September 12 in 1964 BY Noel Machell rail-nov-14
Barrow to London by train with no changes
IT is hard to get much beyond Lancaster without changing trains but in the 1960s you could go direct from Furness to some unexpected places.