IT is one of the stand-out nights on the Furness calendar – and tomorrow it will once again play host to some of the borough’s finest citizens.
THE Evening Mail has always been immensely proud of the borough of Barrow.
LAST month, lead commissioning GP for Furness, Geoff Jolliffe, stood in front of more than 250 people and promised he would fight for them.
Read about the nominees for this year's Love Barrow awards.
IT WAS not so long ago that schools were predominantly the domain of reading, writing and arithmetic.
WITH its 136-year history, its various former locations across Barrow, and having some 5,000 students – Furness College has a link to almost every local family in some way.
THE Cumbria Better Connected campaign has been fighting to save direct transport links to the Furness peninsula.
FOOD lovers are in for a feast of entertainment in Barrow when the first ever Furness food festival – Foodie Fest – is staged in the town centre.
A BARROW actor who has scored a leading role in a Hollywood feature film says that tragically losing both of his parents at a young age inspired his success.
IN the wake of the world’s biggest sporting event, many sports have seen a surge in popularity in the UK.