1 A POPULAR classic car show is returning to Barrow this weekend.

Following the success of the Barrow Classic & Vintage Car & Bike Show in 2018, the event has been rebranded for 2019 and is returning as the Barrow Festival of Transport.

Classic, vintage, prestige and interesting vehicles will be on show in Barrow town centre.

The vehicles will be on show from 10am until 3.30pm tomorrow.

2 Ulverston's first Velo Retro Cycle Jumble is set to take place tomorrow.

A variety of cycling goods will be on sale across 12 tables.

The event takes place tomorrow from 10am until 2pm by The Laurel and Hardy Museum, Brogden Street.

3 The renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition is still running at the Dock Museum.

On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition showcases 100 images of animal behaviour and wildlife landscapes.

The event takes place tomorrow until Wednesday from 10am.

4 Kreativ Dance Studio is hosting its annual showcase tomorrow and Saturday where it promises a show like no other.

The showcase starts at 7.30pm at The Forum, with tickets available on The Forum website.

5 The Royal Life Saving Society is running a National Lifeguard Qualification course at Barrow Park Leisure Centre from this Monday.

The course covers expert training assessments as well as lifeguarding materials.

Applicants must be aged 16 or over and pass a series of swimming requirements listed on the leisure centre website.

The cost for the week-long course is £250 to be paid on booking.

6 The Comedy Mill's stand-up comedy night continues tonight featuring a host of hilarious comedians from across the circuit.

His most famous creation Nige has gained cult status amongst comedy fans and comedians alike and is seen as a comedy icon in his native Liverpool.

The event is on tonight from 8pm.

7 Furness Tradition Folk Festival returns this weekend in celebration of the event's 21st year.

Furness Tradition is run entirely by volunteers who aim to promote awareness of, and participation in the folk music traditions of Cumbria, especially Furness.

Performers include: Katie Doherty and the Navigators, Benedict Morris and Cormac Crummey plus much more.

The festival begins today at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston until Sunday July 14.

8 Barrow Library are hosting fortnightly sessions for members of the public to delve into their ancestry.

Discover your family tree and learn more about your origins by joining in with these intriguing sessions.

Sessions are held each Monday from 10am until 11am and 11.15am until 12.15pm.

9 Major attraction Dalton Castle has officially opened its doors to the public.

The 14th century tower in Market Place will be open every Saturday across summer.

10 Barrow Raiders face Leigh Centurions this Sunday.

Raiders are desperate to put last week's damaging defeat at Dewsbury behind them as they continue to fight against relegation from the championship.