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Music matters: The 90-year-old Wurlitzer cinema organ being played by Ian Midgley at the Bowness Royalty Cinema on Saturday BILL MYERS silent-sep-22

Golden oldies: Ray Milland, centre, in a scene from the 1929 movie Flying Scotsman SUBMITTED silent-sep-22

Heavy lift: The Flying Scotsman at Vickers in Barrow for repairs in 1978 EM ARCHIVE silent-sep-22

Horror film: A scene from the 1927 film The Cat and the Canary SUBMITTED silent-sep-22

Olden days: An early view of the Royalty cinema in Bowness SUBMITTED silent-sep-22

 Music matters: The 90-year-old Wurlitzer cinema organ being played by Ian Midgley at the Bowness Royalty Cinema on Saturday BILL MYERS silent-sep-22
Music matters: The 90-year-old Wurlitzer cinema organ being played by Ian Midgley at the Bowness Royalty Cinema on Saturday BILL MYERS silent-sep-22
Silent film Flying Scotsman brought to life by Bowness cinema organ
THE amazing range of sound effects from a 90-year-old Wurlitzer organ brought a vintage celluloid steam locomotive to life in the latest silent film screening at the Royalty cinema in Bowness.

Success: Cafe Italia, in Windermere

Excellent: Tagliatelle carbonara at Cafe Italia, Windermere

Generous: Parma ham pizza at Cafe Italia, Windermere

Very tasty: Mango and lime cheesecake at Cafe Italia, Windermere

 Success: Cafe Italia, in Windermere
Success: Cafe Italia, in Windermere
FOOD REVIEW: An excellent lunch at Cafe Italia in Windermere
Cafe Italia, Windermere

cutout peter rabbit

 cutout peter rabbit
cutout peter rabbit
Lake District showcased in trailer released for new Peter Rabbit film starring James Corden
THE trailer for the new Peter Rabbit film, starring James Corden has now been released - and see how long it takes you to spot a familiar Lake District site.

Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness

MILTON HAWORTH

Mr Reliable: Millom's Ian Cummings

Switching position: Hawcoat skipper Brad Morrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Back: Sam Dutton returns for Furness MILTON HAWORTH
Furness and Millom ready to lock horns in derby tussle
FURNESS go in tomorrow's home derby against Millom licking their wounds after a frustrating day at Upper Eden.

Curtis Kirkbride

 Curtis Kirkbride
Curtis Kirkbride
Cumbria police hunt Whitehaven man in connection with serious domestic assault and Windermere Road incident
CUMBRIA police are still attempting to trace Whitehaven man sought in connection with a report of a serious domestic assault and a vehicle damage incident.

Champions: Windermere School sailors Pierce Harris and Alfie Cogger in action at the RS Feva World Championships in the Netherlands SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE SCHOOL

Success: Windermere School sailors at the RS Tera Scottish National Championships at Dalgety Bay SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE SCHOOL

Here we go: Sailors on the start line in the final race of the 29er nationals SUBMITTED

 Champions: Windermere School sailors Pierce Harris and Alfie Cogger in action at the RS Feva World Championships in the Netherlands SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE SCHOOL
Champions: Windermere School sailors Pierce Harris and Alfie Cogger in action at the RS Feva World Championships in the Netherlands SUBMITTED BY WINDERMERE SCHOOL
Windermere sailors ride to national titles on the crest of a wave
SAILORS from Windermere School returned to base after a summer to remember.

Stunning: Andrea Meanwell took this picture of Windermere on the ferry while taking her son to school

WINNER: Andrea Meanwell

 Stunning: Andrea Meanwell took this picture of Windermere on the ferry while taking her son to school
Stunning: Andrea Meanwell took this picture of Windermere on the ferry while taking her son to school
Mother wins prize for most unusual shot of Windermere
A MOTHER who takes her son to school on the Windermere ferry has won a photo competition with her picture of the "school run".

Tech: Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service

 Tech: Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service
Tech: Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service
Cumberland Building Society launches Apple Pay
THE Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service.

Champions: David Kidwell and Matt Green celebrate their victory in the double sculls at the North of England Sprint Championships SUBMITTED

Reward: The North of England Sprint Championships gold medal won by David Kidwell and Matt Green SUBMITTED

 Champions: David Kidwell and Matt Green celebrate their victory in the double sculls at the North of England Sprint Championships SUBMITTED
Champions: David Kidwell and Matt Green celebrate their victory in the double sculls at the North of England Sprint Championships SUBMITTED
Rowers make history for Windermere
DAVID Kidwell and Matt Green made Windermere Rowing Club history at the North of England Sprint Championships.

Controversy: One of the new ticket machines for the Windermere Ferry

 Controversy: One of the new ticket machines for the Windermere Ferry
Controversy: One of the new ticket machines for the Windermere Ferry
Windermere Ferry ticketing fiasco hitting tourist hotspots says councillor
MONEY is being lost by tourist attractions due to the confusion over automatic ticket machines at a Lake District ferry crossing, it has been claimed.

Hearing: Furness Magistrates' Court, Barrow

OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

Windermere businessman fined more than £10,000 for breaking fire laws
A BUSINESSMAN told a court he was "really sorry" for failing to install basic life-saving safety equipment at his barber's shop, as a court fined him more than £10,000.

Launch event: The pop-up Roundabout Theatre in Grasmere

Boost: Grasmere is set to benefit from the project

Jim Turner

 Launch event: The pop-up Roundabout Theatre in Grasmere
Launch event: The pop-up Roundabout Theatre in Grasmere
Lake District sees heritage funding boost
ALMOST one-and-a-half million pounds will be dedicated to South Lakeland communities aimed at preserving and promoting arts and culture.

The apartment in Windermere Marina Village

Open-plan living room

The kitchen

The dining area

The sitting area

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Bedroom 4

Bedroom 5/games room

The balcony overlooking the marina

 The apartment in Windermere Marina Village
The apartment in Windermere Marina Village
Is this Cumbria's most expensive apartment?
Luxury duplex on Windermere has fantastic views, five bedrooms and a £835,000 price tag.

Presenter Ellie Harrison

Fell top assessors Graham Uney, left, and Jon Bennett, right, with Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison at the base of Helvellyn

Newton Rigg students filming for Countryfile

Newton Rigg students filming for Countryfile

Matt Bagley of Newton Rigg with Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison

Fix the Fells on Countryfile

 Presenter Ellie Harrison
Presenter Ellie Harrison
Countryfile in Cumbria: County falls under spotlight of top BBC show
One of the nation's most-watched programmes focusses on one of the country's most-loved areas when Countryfile visits Cumbria this weekend.

Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007

 Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
Leap of faith: Retired Furness vicar David Smethurst completed a parachute jump to raise £1,500 for the roof appeal at St Cuthbert's Church, Kirkby, in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Bus services in South Cumbria faced reduction due to a planned cut is subsidies from Cumbria County Council. One service under threat was the X35 Kendal to Barrow route.

Fish mission: Kevin Tickle, head chef at The Forest Side

Outdoor dish: Kevin Tickle being filmed for a BBC Countryfile feature on Windemere char

Local produce: Chef Kevin Tickle at work

LINDSEY DICKINGS

Award-winner: Chef Kevin Tckle

Event: Kevin Tickle at work during a pop up restaurant event in Ulverston's Sir John Barrow monument

Event: Kevin Tickle at work during a pop up restaurant event in Ulverston's Sir John Barrow monument

Event: Kevin Tickle at work during a pop up restaurant event in Ulverston's Sir John Barrow monument

 Fish mission: Kevin Tickle, head chef at The Forest Side
Fish mission: Kevin Tickle, head chef at The Forest Side
Michelin star chef puts Windermere char back on the menu
A MICHELIN star chef is campaigning to revive a forgotten Lake District icon by putting it back on the menu at a Cumbrian hotel.

Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007

 Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
Golden boot: England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles, third from left, was the special guest at a sportsmans dinner organised by Barrow Rotary Club in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
A graffiti vandal damaged at least 86 Barrow cars, which would cost up to £100,000 in repair bills.

Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS

Skipper: Jamie Hardman captains Windermere in their opener at Whitehaven CHRIS WEST.

New club: Former Ambleside man Alfie White has joined Hawcoat Park CHRIS WEST

 Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Captain: Corne Els will lead Furness into the new season at Upper Eden tomorrow LINDSEY DICKINGS
Furness and Windermere kick-off Cumbria League season
FURNESS and Windermere kick off their Cumbria League campaigns on the road tomorrow.

Deepshade

 Deepshade
Deepshade
Trio of live bands appear deep in the woods at Fell Foot
LIVE music is back at Fell Foot with the four-day event Deep In This Wood.

Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST

Aftermath: Barrow Blitz 1941, Newland Street looking towards Hindpool Road Sent in by Cllr John Murphy

Damage: Barrow in the Blitz of the Second World War

Impact: The shipyard and Barrow Island was a key target for bombers in the Second World War. This picture shows Blitz damage in the Newland Street area in 1941

 Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST
Landmark: Barrow cenotaph CHRIS WEST
Barrow to honour airmen who saved Britain
A TOWN will pay tribute to the heroes of a "forgotten" battle during a memorial parade and service.

Oxenholme train station. (Trains couldn't get further north due to obstructions caused by flooding) : 28th June 2012 JONATHAN BECKER 50035504F004.JPG

 Oxenholme train station. (Trains couldn't get further north due to obstructions caused by flooding) : 28th June 2012 JONATHAN BECKER 50035504F004.JPG
Oxenholme train station. (Trains couldn't get further north due to obstructions caused by flooding) : 28th June 2012 JONATHAN BECKER 50035504F004.JPG
Signalling fault cancels Lake District trains
A SIGNALLING fault has blocked all train lines between Windermere and Lancaster station this morning.

ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. Pictured: Children as characters (SCHOOL DONT WANT POSITION OF EACH CHILD IN PICTURE IE (L-R) TO BE PRINTED ON GROUP PICTURES) Fantastic Mr Fox Felix Stuart, Windermere School , Thursday 15th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. Pictured: Gabrielle Rowley, Windermere School , Thursday 15th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. Pictured: Children as characters (SCHOOL DONT WANT POSITION OF EACH CHILD IN PICTURE IE (L-R) TO BE PRINTED ON GROUP PICTURES) BFG Thomas Johnson and Dream Rosamund Garratt Windermere School , Thursday 15th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK LEANNE BOLGER

ROALD DAHL WEEK LEANNE BOLGER

 ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. Pictured: Children as characters (SCHOOL DONT WANT POSITION OF EACH CHILD IN PICTURE IE (L-R) TO BE PRINTED ON GROUP PICTURES) Fantastic Mr Fox Felix Stuart, Windermere School , Thursday 15th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
ROALD DAHL WEEK Windermere School Dressed up for Roald Dahl Day. Pictured: Children as characters (SCHOOL DONT WANT POSITION OF EACH CHILD IN PICTURE IE (L-R) TO BE PRINTED ON GROUP PICTURES) Fantastic Mr Fox Felix Stuart, Windermere School , Thursday 15th September 2016 LEANNE BOLGER
Roald Dahl Day: The marvellous children's writer who changed literature
"IF you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely." - Roald Dahl.

Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service.

 Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service.
Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service.
Apple Pay for Cumberland Building Society
The Cumberland Building Society has launched an Apple Pay service.

Scot Heat & Power's fleet of lorries.

 Scot Heat & Power's fleet of lorries.
Scot Heat & Power's fleet of lorries.
Renewables company to showcase new developments at Westmorland County Show
A major company in the renewable heat energy sector is unveiling new expansion plans at this week's Westmorland County Show.

Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye

 Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye
Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye
Windermere hotel shortlisted for green award
A LAKE District hotel has been shortlisted for a green accolade.

Investigation: Cumbria police

 Investigation: Cumbria police
Investigation: Cumbria police
Lake District church significantly damaged by vandals
POLICE are investigating after a church was vandalised.

Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel

 Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Lake District hotel fire sparks evacuation during the night
A HOTEL fire in the early hours of the morning saw police and fire services called out.

New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007

 New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Public consultation was to start in October on Cumbria County Council plans for a major shake-up of secondary education in Barrow which would see the creation of a academy.

Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Big laughs: A script written by Stan Laurel for a comedy called Up in Ollie's Room SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

All aboard: Paul Duffin with railway whistles which sold at a Barrow Salvation Army sale of collectables on Saturday SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Film stars: A poster from the Laurel and Hardy movie A Chump at Oxford which could make up to £500 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Full speed: A Dinky Supertoys model of a Foden truck with an estimate of £70 to £100 and 1818 Auctioneers SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Country view: A painting of Windermere by Arthur Tucker SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Relaxation: Early visitors to Windermere on a painting by Charles Buckley SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Lakeland beauty: A painting of Coniston by Edward Thompson SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

 Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09
Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09
Treasure trove of Stan Laurel memories heads to saleroom
A treasure trove of rarities with direct and personal links to Ulverston-born movie star Stan Laurel are being sold at auction next week.

The Crafty Baa

The Reiver pub in Carlisle.

Landlords Michelle and Tony Grierson

The Wheatsheaf pub in Abbeytown

The Reiver pub in Carlisle.

Landlords Michelle and Tony Grierson

The Old Friends Pub at Soutergate in Ulverston

The Crafty Baa

The Church House Inn at Torver

 The Crafty Baa
The Crafty Baa
These are Cumbria's best bars - according to Trip Advisor
Check out which pubs were rated highest across the county
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