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Barrow Foodbank Presented with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service

Barrow Foodbank Presented with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service 15th August 2017 Volunteers from Barrow Foodbank were honoured today at a ceremony to present them with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service. Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, Claire Hensman, made the presentation, the Lord-Lieutenant is Her Majesty The Queens representative in Cumbria. Volunteers from Barrow Foodbank and the two satellite branches at Millom and Ulverston received the award of a crystal dome and a letter from the Queen.  The Lord-Lieutenant...

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Appeal for Stewards to help with Lantern Festival

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Summer Knock About - Hockey!

Summer Knock About - Hockey!Ulverston Hockey Club is looking for new members. Why not come along and give it a go? Throughout August there are the Summer Knock About sessions, for 14 year olds over, every Thursday from 7pm till 8pm. You can just turn up and play!

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Potentially Difficult Start to Season for Bluebirds

Barrow AFC face a potentially difficult start to their 2017/18 Campaign in the National League. The fixtures have seen Paul Cox’s side start with a difficult away trip to Dagenham and Redbridge and have further challenging away days to Dover Athletic and AFC Fylde in the first few weeks of the season. Despite a more than respectable 7th place finish, last season ended in disappointment for Bluebird fans, after indifferent form at a crucial stage in the season...

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Brantwood Outdoor Theatre “The Emperor’s New Clothes” by Hans Christian Andersen,

Based on the classic Hans Christian Andersen story, Illyria first performed this show in 2000 when it was Critic's choice at the Edinburgh Fringe festival and attracted multiple 5-star reviews on a sellout UK tour. The Emperor is a lovely man, but he’s not the best judge of character, and is often surrounded by idiots. What keeps him sane is the monthly Grand Parade at which he wears his newest outfit. When two swindlers spin a yarn and...

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When: 22nd August 2017 - 22nd October 2015, gates open 6pm for 7pm

Where: Brantwood Outdoor Theatre

Cost: Tickets £11.50/£8.50

Visit: http://www.brantwood.org.uk/

Contact: Brantwood Outdoor Theatre on enquiries@brantwood.org.uk or via telephone: 015394 41396.

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