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Welcome to Brook Street: Barrow ABC coach Jeff Moses with WBO World Heavyweight title contender Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH

Ready for action: Hughie Fury's dad and trainer with Barrow ABC coach Jeff Moses and boxer Tia Davies MILTON HAWORTH

Training night: Andy Rawlinson (left) with Peter Fury and Josh Jones (right) MILTON HAWORTH.

All smiles: Tia Davies and Peter Fury who trains son Hughie MILTON HAWORTH

Pack a punch: Team Fury professional Peter McDonagh sparring with Barrow ABC's Ethan Doyle MILTON HAWORTH.

Blow for blow: Tia Davies spars with Olympian Savannah Marshall MILTON HAWORTH.

Boxing clever: Hughie Fury spars with Barrow ABC's Andy Rawlinson by MILTON HAWORTH

Spar treatment: Barrow ABC's Jim Braithwaite sparred with world heavyweight title contender Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH.

 Welcome to Brook Street: Barrow ABC coach Jeff Moses with WBO World Heavyweight title contender Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH
Welcome to Brook Street: Barrow ABC coach Jeff Moses with WBO World Heavyweight title contender Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH
Lakes retreat allows world heavyweight hopeful Hughie Fury chance to focus on job
THE peace and tranquility of the Lake District is about as far removed as you can get from the super-charged atmosphere of Manchester Arena.

Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER

 Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER
Refereeing role: Terry Rhodes will be in St Andrews for the Faldo Series next week JON GRANGER
St Andrews date for Ulverston golf veteran Terry
THE world's best golfers are battling it out for honours in the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale this weekend.

Grassroots : Tim Farron MP

 Grassroots : Tim Farron MP
Grassroots : Tim Farron MP
South Lakes MP Tim Farron, coming to a village near you
THE former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron is to spend his summer touring local villages.

Keeping times: This Furness Railway pocket watch of around 1860 sold at G. W. Railwayana for £820 SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Big spender: It took a bid of £11,000 to buy this steam locomotive name plate for St Vincent SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Sitting pretty: One from a pair of Furness Railway cast iron seat ends which sold for £640 at auction SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Hear me: A Furness Railway whistle which sold for £280 in the G. W. Railwayana SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

All aboard: A platform sign from the railway station at Sellafield in West Cumbria which sold for £340 SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Visitor attraction. A poster of Windermere designed to get more tourists to visit the Lake District by train SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

High speed: This Spirit of Cumbria name plate used to be on a Virgin West Coast electric train SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Free travel: A gold pass once used by a director of the London Midland and Scottish Railway SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

Being heard: A whistle which sold for £460 from the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway SUBMITTED auction-jul-21

 Keeping times: This Furness Railway pocket watch of around 1860 sold at G. W. Railwayana for £820 SUBMITTED auction-jul-21
Keeping times: This Furness Railway pocket watch of around 1860 sold at G. W. Railwayana for £820 SUBMITTED auction-jul-21
Relics of railways in Furness make outstanding prices at auction
SOME outstanding prices have been paid at auction for reminders of the golden age of rail travel in Furness.

Over the limit: A police officer holding a breathalyser

Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

 Over the limit: A police officer holding a breathalyser Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
Over the limit: A police officer holding a breathalyser Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
Lake District motorist drove to McDonalds for breakfast while over the limit
A LAKE District driver who headed to McDonald's in his car the morning after a drinking session has lost his licence.

Amol Rajan

in-Cumbria business awards logo 2017

James Higgins

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Last chance to submit entries for in-cumbria Business Awards
Businesses large and small are gearing up to compete for honours in this year's in-cumbria Business Awards.

Good workout: Hughie Fury spars with Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH.

Fists of Fury: Hughie Fury spars with Jim Braithwaite MILTON HAWORTH.

Just the jab: Hughie Fury spars with Jordan Dix MILTON HAWORTH.

Badge of honour: Jim Braithwaite of Swarthmoor proudly sports a black eye courtesy of Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH.

Photo opportunity: Jeff Moses takes a pic of Hughie Fury with his son Mitchell MILTON HAWORTH.

Welcome: Barrow ABC coach Jeff Moses with Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH.

Stretching out: Hughie Fury spars with Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH

He ain't heavy, he's my brother: Jim Braithwaite are sparring with world heavyweight title contender Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH.

Nice to meet you: Barrow ABC fighter Tia Davies with Hughie Fury MILTON HAWORTH.

Golden gloves: Hughie Fury spars with Swarthmoor's Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH.

At close quarters: Hughie Fury spars with Swarthmoor's Jim Braithwaite MILTON HAWORTH.

Raw power: Hughie Fury spars with Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH

Pack a punch: Tia Davies spars with Olympian Savannah Marshall MILTON HAWORTH.

Seconds out: Tia Davies spars with Olympian Savannah Marshall MILTON HAWORTH.

Nice to meet you: Jim Braithwaite from Swarthmoor with Savannah Marshall MILTON HAWORTH.

Girl power: Olympian Savannah Marshall with Tia Davies MILTON HAWORTH.

On the attack: Professional welterweight Peter McDonagh sparring with Josh Jones MILTON HAWORTH

Gloves up: Peter McDonagh sparring with Josh Jones MILTON HAWORTH.

Watch and learn: Peter McDonagh and Mitchell Moses

On the ropes: Peter McDonagh sparring with Ethan Doyle MILTON HAWORTH

Fight night: Peter McDonagh and Jordan Dix MILTON HAWORTH.

Sparring partners: Peter McDonagh sparring with Josh Jones MILTON HAWORTH.

 Good workout: Hughie Fury spars with Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH.
Good workout: Hughie Fury spars with Andy Rawlinson MILTON HAWORTH.
Knockout success for Barrow ABC as Hughie Fury pops in for sparring session
FOR any amateur boxer, the chance to get in the ring with a world class fighter does not come along very often.
Chris Grayling said ministers are using electrification "where it makes a difference"
Chris Grayling said ministers are using electrification "where it makes a difference"
Chris Grayling said ministers are using electrification "where it makes a difference"
Rail passengers outside South East not 'poor cousins', says Chris Grayling
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has denied railway passengers outside London and the South East are "poor cousins" as he defended the scrapping of plans for electrification in Wales, the Midlands and the North.

Event: Coniston Country Fair in 2015 MILTON HAWORTH

Cute: Border terriers Bertie and Doris, from Windermere, awaiting their terrier class at last year's event LEANNE BOLGER

 Event: Coniston Country Fair in 2015 MILTON HAWORTH
Event: Coniston Country Fair in 2015 MILTON HAWORTH
Rural life on show at south Cumbria fair
RURAL life will be on show at a south Cumbria country event this weekend.

Opportunity: Tim Farron, MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale

 Opportunity: Tim Farron, MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale
Opportunity: Tim Farron, MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale
South Lakes MP wins battle for better rail links
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron welcomed an important victory for his long-running campaign for better transport links.

Welcome opportunity: Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail

Announcement: Chris Grayling

 Welcome opportunity: Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail
Welcome opportunity: Sharon Keith, of Northern Rail
Lakes trains to run on 'alternative power'
The Lake District's railway line will not be electrified and the area's train operator has been told to find "alternative" power for its locomotives.
The service between Cardiff Central and Swansea will not be electrified
The service between Cardiff Central and Swansea will not be electrified
The service between Cardiff Central and Swansea will not be electrified
Anger as 'bi-mode' train decision spells end of line for electrification plans
The Government has been accused of "betraying" rail passengers after scrapping plans to electrify three rail lines.

Group: Members of the Lake District National Park Partnership at Claife Station in Windermere

 Group: Members of the Lake District National Park Partnership at Claife Station in Windermere
Group: Members of the Lake District National Park Partnership at Claife Station in Windermere
Lake District partnership seeks a new leader
THE influential organisation behind the Lake District's successful bid for World Heritage Status is looking for a new leader.

Splashing time: But large expanses of water can contain many hidden dangers

 Splashing time: But large expanses of water can contain many hidden dangers
Splashing time: But large expanses of water can contain many hidden dangers
Public offered tips on staying safe on - and in - the water
A WATER safety campaign is to be launched by the Lake District National Park to urge people to be safe over the summer months.

Sentence: Christina Louise Dickson was caught drink driving on the A591 at 4am on June 27 ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE

 Sentence: Christina Louise Dickson was caught drink driving on the A591 at 4am on June 27 ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Sentence: Christina Louise Dickson was caught drink driving on the A591 at 4am on June 27 ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA WIRE
Impromptu night out ends in lost licence for Lake District motorist
A LAKE DISTRICT motorist has lost her licence after being caught drink-driving home from a colleague's leaving do.

Founder: Ian Dutton of Dutton Cuisine

 Founder: Ian Dutton of Dutton Cuisine
Founder: Ian Dutton of Dutton Cuisine
South Lakes restaurant sold for £1.65m
A LANDMARK restaurant in the Lake District has been bought by a local entrepreneur.

On tour: Tim Farron MILTON HAWORTH

 On tour: Tim Farron MILTON HAWORTH
On tour: Tim Farron MILTON HAWORTH
Tim’s Lake District tour to hear concerns
AN MP is launching a series of special meetings to sit alongside his annual summer tour across his constituency.

English Lakes Hotels Resorts and Venues, in partnership with chef Steven Doherty (pictured second right), have launched a new Culinary Academy training initiative.

 English Lakes Hotels Resorts and Venues, in partnership with chef Steven Doherty (pictured second right), have launched a new Culinary Academy training initiative.
English Lakes Hotels Resorts and Venues, in partnership with chef Steven Doherty (pictured second right), have launched a new Culinary Academy training initiative.
Lakes hotel group invites students to sample culinary academy
YOUNG people seeking to build careers in the hospitality sector have been given the chance to experience a behind the scenes tour of the culinary operations at three renowned Lake District hotels.

Early days: The Royalty cinema at Bowness is celebrating its 90th anniversary SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

Dramatic music: David Ivory with be playing the 90-year-old Wurlitzer organ at the Royalty cinema at Bowness on Saturday night SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

Scary night: A screening of the 1923 movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame, starring Lon Chaney, can be sen at the Royalty cinema, Bowness, on Saturday SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

Movie magic: An early view of the entrance to the Royalty cinema at Bowness SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

Busy day: Crowds outside the Royalty at Bowness SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

Looking ahead: Plans for the Royalty on Lake Road, Bowness SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17

 Early days: The Royalty cinema at Bowness is celebrating its 90th anniversary SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17
Early days: The Royalty cinema at Bowness is celebrating its 90th anniversary SUBMITTED cinema-jul-17
Wurlitzer organ and Royalty cinema share a Bowness 90th birthday party
MUSIC and film will help to mark a double 90 th birthday celebration for a Lake District cinema.

Digging in: Hotel staff at The Hydro and pupils from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School, Windermere, bury a time capsule. SUBMITTED.

About time: Hotel staff at The Hydro and pupils from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School, Windermere, bury a time capsule. Stefan Rae and school pupils bury the time capsule

Going underground: Windermere mayor Leith Hallatsch SUBMITTED.

Perfect timing: General manager Stefan Rae and school pupils SUBMITTED

Spade work: The work goes on

Future proof: Hotel staff at The Hydro and pupils from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School,Windermere, bury a time capsule SUBMITTED.

 Digging in: Hotel staff at The Hydro and pupils from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School, Windermere, bury a time capsule. SUBMITTED.
Digging in: Hotel staff at The Hydro and pupils from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School, Windermere, bury a time capsule. SUBMITTED.
Snapshot of today locked in South Lakes time capsule
A SNAPSHOT of our time has been frozen for a century.

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CN Group business awards 2016 at Low Wood Hotel,

in-Cumbria business awards logo 2017

 Amol Rajan
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Final call for the stars of Cumbria to enter our business awards
Businesses around Cumbria still have time to celebrate their achievements at this year's in-cumbria Business Awards.

Record breaker: Dean Ware who se a new course record of 16 hours and 45 minutes for cycling around Windermere submitted

 Record breaker: Dean Ware who se a new course record of 16 hours and 45 minutes for cycling around Windermere submitted
Record breaker: Dean Ware who se a new course record of 16 hours and 45 minutes for cycling around Windermere submitted
Cyclist smashes Windermere course record in aid of charity
A CYCLIST has set a staggering new course record for a prestigious Windermere event, while raising money for charity.

Delighted: Mike Innerdale. National Trust assistant director for the Lake District

Picture: Steve Barber

 Delighted: Mike Innerdale. National Trust assistant director for the Lake District Picture: Steve Barber
Delighted: Mike Innerdale. National Trust assistant director for the Lake District Picture: Steve Barber
National Trust celebrates Lake District's Unesco World Heritage award
Many organisations have welcomed the news that the Lake District now has honour of being a Unesco World Heritage site, with the National Trust the latest group to celebrate the award.

Honours: From the left, last year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, patron Juliet Westoll and Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal

 Honours: From the left, last year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, patron Juliet Westoll and Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Honours: From the left, last year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, patron Juliet Westoll and Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Nominations open for Cumbria's most inspirational women
INSPIRING women making a difference in the county will be honoured later this year.

The 2016 winners: Sally Beamish, patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE, and Cheryl Berry

 The 2016 winners: Sally Beamish, patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE, and Cheryl Berry
The 2016 winners: Sally Beamish, patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE, and Cheryl Berry
Nominations open for Cumbria Women of the Year
Do you know an inspirational woman?

Prime destination: The Lake District has achieved its long-sought-after World Heritage Site status from the United Nations

File photo dated 22/96/11 of a general view showing Coniston village and fells from Lake Coniston in the Lake District, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

File photo dated 24/06/10 of a general view of Hill Top, the former home of author Beatrix Potter, situated in the village of Near Sawrey in the Lake District, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

File photo dated 18/03/15 of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, shining over Derwentwater, near Keswick in the Lake District, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

File photo dated 05/09/13 of early autumn reflections in Buttermere in the Lake District in Cumbria, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

File photo dated 05/09/13 of early autumn reflections in Crummock Water in the Lake District in Cumbria, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

File photo dated 05/09/13 of early autumn reflections in Buttermere in the Lake District in Cumbria, as the Lake District has been designated as a World Heritage Site, Unesco has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday July 9, 2017. See PA story HERITAGE Lakes. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 Prime destination: The Lake District has achieved its long-sought-after World Heritage Site status from the United Nations
Prime destination: The Lake District has achieved its long-sought-after World Heritage Site status from the United Nations
UNESCO tourism boost has potential to increase mountain rescue missions
THE Lake District's new prestigious World Heritage Site status could increase the number of search and rescue missions as tourist numbers swell, warn volunteers.

Delight: Richard Leafe LEANNE BOLGER

 Delight: Richard Leafe LEANNE BOLGER
Delight: Richard Leafe LEANNE BOLGER
Lakes World Heritage status expected to hand £20m bonus to tourist industry
WORLD Heritage status for the Lake District National Park is expected to bring an extra £20m to Cumbria's economy and will "undoubtedly" elevate its international position.

Ullswater from Gowbarrow Park

Lake District National Park Authority

 Ullswater from Gowbarrow Park
Lake District National Park Authority
Ullswater from Gowbarrow Park
Hopes of £20m boost as Lake District is named World Heritage Site
THE Lake District National Park has been officially named as a World Heritage site - bringing hopes of a £20m boost to Cumbria's economy,
The Lake District joins sites including the Grand Canyon and Stonehenge on the World Heritage Site list
The Lake District joins sites including the Grand Canyon and Stonehenge on the World Heritage Site list
The Lake District joins sites including the Grand Canyon and Stonehenge on the World Heritage Site list
'Exceptional' Lake District named as World Heritage Site
The Lake District has been awarded World Heritage Site status, Unesco has announced.

Delicious: Sandwich selection, afternoon tea at Holbeck Ghyll

Delightful: Scones and cakes, afternnoon tea at Holbeck Ghyll

Sweet treat: Posh Jaffa cake, afternnoon tea at Holbeck Ghyll

Afternoon tea experience: Holbeck Ghyll

View from the terrace: Holbeck Ghyll

Comfortable: The new bar area at Holbeck Ghyll

 Delicious: Sandwich selection, afternoon tea at Holbeck Ghyll
Delicious: Sandwich selection, afternoon tea at Holbeck Ghyll
FOOD: Scrumptious sweet treats, but Holbeck Ghyll's rustic earthenware was not my cup of tea
Holbeck Ghyll, Windermere
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