HERE are the top 10 events not to miss in South Cumbria this weekend...

1 Back the Bluebirds this weekend as they face off against FC United of Manchester in the second round of the Buildbase FA Trophy.

The game will kick off on Saturday at 3pm.

Tickets are available online now at

2 ‘Turn Back Time’ with a Cher tribute act this weekend.

Saturday’s show is set to feature all of Cher’s classic hits such as, Believe, Strong Enough, Turn back Time, Gypsies Tramps and Thieves, her modern Abba remixes and more.

For tickets or for more information about the show, call the box office on: 01229 820000.

3 Head to Kendal Leisure Centre on Burton Road for the Masters Swim Club on Sunday.

The Masters Swim Club is a mixed-gender swimming session which lasts for an hour and is suitable for participants of all levels aged from 16-55.

4 Watch on as Barrow Raiders take on North Wales Crusaders this Sunday.

The kick off will be at 3pm.

Adult tickets are £12 with concessions being £10.

You can buy your tickets from:

5 Relax and unwind with a Sunday Yoga Brunch on Sunday, at Proper Northern Yoga, Kendal.

You will be able to breathe, stretch, eat and connect with fellow yoga lovers from 9.30am til noon.

Brunch will be from Joey’s Cafe.

To book a place, visit:

6 The Newton Arms, Dalton, have announced that Brian Turner is returning this Saturday.

There will be a country and rock inspired disco from 7pm onwards until Brian Turner begins his show at 9pm-12am.

For more information, call The Newton Arms on: 01229 242104.

7 Are you looking to get fitter or to meet more people?

Runners at Barrow parkrun, Fell Foot parkrun, Millom parkrun and Ulverston’s Ford parkrun meet at 9am every Saturday.

To sign up, visit: and make sure to bring the relevant information along with you to the run.

People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to come along - with some even choosing to bring along their beloved four-legged friends to join in the fun!

8 Two films will be showing this weekend at The Roxy, Ulverston.

Cats is a film which follows the Jellicle cats as they compete through song to be chosen to ascend to the Heaviside layer and come back to a new Jellicle life. The film will be showing at 7.30pm Friday, 4.30pm and 7.45pm Saturday and at 4.30pm and 7.45pm Sunday. Little Women is a film which follows four sisters who come of age in America during the aftermath of the Civil War.

The film will be showing at 7.30pm Friday, 4.30pm and 7.45pm Saturday and 4.30pm and 7.45pm Sunday.

This film is rated as U, making it suitable for audiences over four years old.

9 Head to The Dock Museum this weekend for an educational day out for the whole family.

The museum will be open from 11am-4pm.

The exhibits show off the towns history, from shipbuilding to the railway to the World War II bombings of the town.

1O Watch Green Book at The Forum, Barrow, on Friday at 1pm.

The film follows a working-class Italian-American bouncer who becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. Call The Forum box office on: 01229 820000.