Ulverston News Headlines
As Ulverston emerges from Covid-19 restrictions, initiatives are underway to improve the town and create employment opportunities. Sadly, it appears that GSK will be leaving Ulverston for good, and efforts are now being made to attract other businesses in their place. The news headlines on this page are captured from various local news publications. You can also register to receive the fortnightly Ulverston News email newsletter, which is compiled especially for Ulverston residents and visitors.
on 7 May, 2021 at 12:00 am
DUKE Robert (Bob) Aged 74 years of Cherrytree Avenue, Ulverston. ... All enquiries to Little and Caine, 48 Ulverston Road, Dalton Tel 462564.
Relief as The Roxy and Royalty cinemas set to reopen
on 6 May, 2021 at 7:52 pm
An iconic Lake District character and Oscar-nominated masterpieces will greet film-goers when The Roxy cinema in Ulverston reopens on May 17.
Concern for Ulverston wildlife as dogs cause 'unnecessary suffering'
on 6 May, 2021 at 3:56 pm
Sadly it is believed that the deer has now been found dead in a field near Ulverston Canal. Animal advocate Caroline Sim, known as the 'swan lady', ...
Cross-a-Moor roundabout project on A590 in Ulverston welcomed by councillor
on 6 May, 2021 at 10:52 am
A MULTI-MILLION pound project to tackle congestion and pave the way for new homes and jobs near Ulverston has been welcomed as a 'lifesaver'.
Ulverston cocktail bar Rioja will open on May 21 with aa new range of drinks
on 6 May, 2021 at 3:56 am
ULVERSTON bar Rioja is poised to open after five months of being closed. The wine bar and restaurant will be opening on May 21, four days later ...
Little Sansook, a lovely little b&b in the centre of Ulverston, is featured in Vegan Life.
Ulverston featured in the Readers’ Travel Tips section of The Guardian on 12/11/2020, during the second national Covid-19 lockdown in England.
With a rich maritime history, outstanding Lakeland scenery, and the vast expanse of Morecambe Bay, the ancient market town of Ulverston on Cumbria’s Furness Peninsula is an enticing place to stay.
Gillams was named in The Times Weekender 07/03/2020 amongst the top 30 vegetarian restaurants and cafes in the UK. Also named in Cumbria was Fellinis Ambleside, which is part of the Zeffirellis cinema and jazz bar
The National Geographic team visited the Furness area and found a lot to talk about. During their stay at the Bay Horse Canal Foot, they were spoiled by the excellent cooking and service there. The article