1550: 1550: 1550: 1550: 1550:
Monday, March 25, 2019 04:45 PM
Travel          Hotels Hotels         Tours Tours         Car Rental Cars         Events Events         Flights Flights         Cruises Cruises         Events Refer
Business Name, Category, Keywords
City Name or Zip Code ex: Los Angeles, CA

WowCity Barrow-in-Furness Yellow Pages | Local Search | Business Directory

Top Businesses in Barrow-in-Furness Add Business

Desire Tech Solutions 94 St Dunstans Street Barrow-in-Furness EN LA13
Derricks Tyres - Mobile Tyre Repairs Heysham, Lancashire, United Kingdom
+44 7836 563251
Corney & Barrow Wine Bar 111 Old Broad St, London, EC2N 1AP, United Kingdom
+44 20 7638 9308
The Duke of Edinburgh Hotel & Bar Abbey Rd, Barrow-in-Furness, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria LA14 5QR, United Kingdom
+44 1229 821039
Autopaint Cumbria & Chris Holmes Auto Body Shop 156 Salthouse Rd, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA13 9TR, United Kingdom
+44 1229 833822
Javeria Dr C 26 Hartington Street, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA14 5SL, United Kingdom
+44 1229 820250
Furness Park Motor Services Abbey Rd, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9AE, United Kingdom
+44 1229 820595
idomains ltd Suite 8 Phoenix Business Centre, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA14 2UA, United Kingdom
+44 1229 840262
Maven Studios 1 Main St, Pennington, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 0JN, United Kingdom
+44 1229 584916
Phoenix Cleaning Services 31 Hastings St, Walney, Barrow-in-Furness LA14 3LF, United Kingdom
+44 1229 473722
Add Business Listingclick here to start now!
Ducane dry cleaners Reviewed by: William Ducane Dry Cleaners is such a professional and reliable company. their services is really good and the staff are extremely helpful and friendly. I would recommend this service to everyone!!
ZOOROOT Reviewed by: SARAH Very easy shopping experience and their products are reasonably descriptive, very well but your ability to ask pre-sale questions will help your purchases. ZOOROOT.COM will come to dominate all e-comm
AlHaq offers best travel agency for hajj and umrah consultants For families in London Reviewed by: Rizwan Alhaq travel is the best traveling agency in Uk. They made sure that I and my family is safe and secure and we have a very nice journey
AlHaq offers best travel agency for hajj and umrah consultants For families in London Reviewed by: Qazim Ali I just want say every thing was superb..again use Alhaq Travel in future ..definitely recommend others too...
Clapham Plumber Reviewed by: Clapham Plumber .co.uk This company is exhorbitant and incompetent. After two visits by a so called plumber,amounting to £400 for 2.5 hours,they told us that the rads need flushing. They are there to skin the unsuspecting

Restaurants in Barrow-in-Furness Submit Article

Food Informations during Pregnancy

Women most of the time faces problems and difficulties because of lack of knowledge regarding food i...

Giving the right Food to your Pet

  Right pet food differs from one another if you have a cat surely you won't give him food fo...

Having Organic Foods in your diet

  Some people prefer Organic Food rather than Non-Organic Food.  What advantages can thi...

Entertainment in Barrow-in-Furness Submit Article

Everyone Loves Live Concerts

  Concert is an event where singers, bands or other performing artist conduct shows for their ...

Movies Changes Lives

  We experience in some part of our lives that we feel so depress because of our life challeng...

Virtual Games to Virtual Learning Online

  What is Virtual Games? Virtual Games is also known as Online Gaming has greatly influenced ...

Nightlife in Barrow-in-Furness Submit Article

Choose the Right Wine

  Wine is simply the fermented juice of fresh grapes, yet the transformations may be infinite....

Fun Night Clubbing

      love the clubbing and party scene? The dancing, drinking, and meeting up oth...

Working Night Shift

  Our bodies are designed to sleep at night. Although many people have already been used to wo...

Stores in Barrow-in-Furness Submit Article

Ways to Market Business Online

Now in our time there is a lot of strategies and ways we could do to market or sell our business o...

Starting and Franchising Business

  Do you want to start your own business or just franchise an existing business? That is the f...

Be Successful in Business Advertising

One of the most important thing to be successful is how you advertise your product. Advertising is a...

Latest Members


Support Wikipedia

About Barrow-in-Furness


Barrow-in-Furness  is a town and seaport in the county of Cumbria, England. Historically part of Lancashire it was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1867 and merged with adjacent districts in 1974 to form the Borough of Barrow-in-Furness. Situated at the tip of the Furness peninsula close to the Lake District it is bordered byMorecambe Bay, the Duddon Estuary and the Irish Sea. In 2011 Barrow's population stood at around 57,000, while 69,000 lived in the wider borough making it the second largest urban area in Cumbria after Carlisle. Natives of Barrow as well as the local dialect are known as Barrovian.

In the Middle Ages, Barrow was a small hamlet with Furness Abbey, on the outskirts of the modern-day town, controlling the local economy before its dissolution in 1537. The iron prospector Henry Schneider arrived in Furness in 1839 and, with other investors, opened the Furness Railway in 1846 to transport iron ore and slate from local mines to the coast. Further hematite deposits were discovered, of sufficient size to develop factories for smelting and exporting steel. By the late 19th century, the Barrow Hematite Steel Company-owned steelworks was the world's largest.

Barrow's location and the availability of steel allowed the town to develop into a significant producer of naval vessels, a shift that was accelerated during World War I and the local yard's specialisation in submarines. The original iron- and steel-making enterprises closed down after World War II, leaving Vickers shipyard as Barrow's main industry and employer. Several Royal Navy flagships, the vast majority of its nuclear submarines as well as numerous ocean liners and oil tankers were manufactured at the facility.

The end of the Cold War and subsequent decrease in military spending saw high unemployment in the town through lack of contracts; despite this, the BAE Systems shipyard remains operational as the UK's largest by workforce and has major future expansion plans associated with the Trident successor programme. Today Barrow is a hub for energy generation and handling. Several wind farms located off the coast of the town form one of the highest concentrations of turbines in the world


Barrow montage2.jpg

Clockwise from the upper left: Central Barrowwith the skyline of Blackpool also visible,Barrow IslandWalney Bridge and Furness CollegeFurness Abbey, Ramsden Square,Dock Museum and DDHBarrow Town Hall andSt. Mary's Church

Barrow in Furness Town Arms.jpg
Coat of arms of Barrow in Furness


St. James' Church, the largest place of worship in Barrow





In the 2011 census 70.7% of Barrow's population stated themselves as being Christian. People stating no religion or chose not to state totalled 28.4% combined. Other religious groups represented 0.9% of the population, with Islam and Buddhism prevailing as the first and second most common groups.Conishead Priory, the first Kadampa Buddhist centre in the west, is home to around 100 Buddhists and is located on the outskirts of Barrow within the South Lakeland district. Historically Barrow was home to a notable Ashkenazi Jewish community that peaked in size during the 1930's with a synagogue in the town. Despite this it closed in 1974 and only a dozen Jew s were recorded by the 2011 census.




South Lakes Safari Zoo on the outskirts of the borough is one of Cumbria's top tourist attractions


Being only around 20 minutes from the Lake District close to Coniston Water and Windermere, Barrow has been referred to as a 'gateway to the lakes' and 'where the lakes meets the sea', a status which could be enhanced by the new marina complex and planned cruise ship terminal.

Barrow itself has several tourist attractions that support just over 1,000 jobs, the town saw a higher growth in tourist expenditure during the 2000s than Cumbria as a whole and had approximately 2.3 million 'overnight stays' during 2008.  Barrow's most popular free-entry tourist attraction is The Dock Museum. The museum tells the history of Barrow (including the steelworks industry, the shipyard and the Barrow Blitz), as well as offering gallery space to local artists and schoolchildren. It is built upon and around an old graving dock.  Walney Island has two world renowned nature reserves (the 130 hectare South Walney Nature Reserve and 650 hectare North Walney National Nature Reserve).  Barrow's location at the tip of the Furness peninsula sees it host a number of beaches which are popular during summer months with sunbathers, kitesurfers and caravanners. They include Earnse Bay, Biggar Bank ( Biggar Bank Rd), Roanhead andRampside, the former two of which provide views of the Isle of Man and Anglesey on exceptionally clear days. The Park Leisure Centre is a fitness suite with a pool, set in the 45-acre (18 ha) Barrow Park. The historic ruins of Furness Abbey and Piel Castle, which are both managed by English Heritage, are also popular tourist destinations. South Lakes Safari Zoois one of Europe's leading conservation zoos and has been voted Cumbria's best tourist attraction for five non-consecutive years, it is located within the borough of Barrow-in-Furness on the outskirts of Dalton.


Piel Island
 and castle are a popular attraction in Barrow


Barrow also has a popular indoor market, which features a food hall as well as stalls selling clothes and other goods. Barrow has been described as the Lake District's premier shopping town, with 'big name shops mingling with small local ones', and being home to Portland Walk Shopping Centre. The town also features Hollywood Park – a leisure facility with restaurants, shops and Cumbria's largest cinema.  The town also features several other retail parks (including Cornmill CrossingCornerhouse Retail ParkHindpool Retail Park and Walney Road Retail Park).Other modern visitor attractions in Barrow include the indoor Kart racing complex and bowling alley at James Freel Close, as well as 'Lazer Zone' in Hindpool Road's former Custom House.





Craven House
 is headquarters ofJames Fisher & Sons, the only Barrow company on the London Stock Exchange


 is a significant employer, with several outlets across Barrow


Barrow has a large number of public works of art, including statues of prominent political figures and sporting personalities

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrow-in-Furness

Classifieds in Barrow-in-Furness

   Auto Parts
   Automotive Services
   Autos For Sale

Buy, Sell, Trade

   Antiques For Sale
   Appliances For Sale
   Babies And Kids
   Boats & Motorcycles
   Clothing For Sale
   Furniture For Sale
   Pets For Sale
   Sports Equipment For Sale
   Tickets For Sale
   Tools For Sale
   Want - Trade
   Yard Sales




   Classes / Workshops
   Lost & Found

Jobs (0)

   Accounting / Financial
   Administrative & Office
   Computer / Technical
   Customer Service
   Driver / Delivery / Courier
   Driver Delivery Courier
   Focus Group / Studies
   Job Wanted / Resume
   Medical / Health
   Mgmt / Professional
   Part-time Jobs
   Rest / Retail / Hotel
   Sales / Mktg
   Salon / Spa
   Show Biz / Audition
   Trades / Labor


   Available / Wanted
   Equip / Instruments
   Plug The Band

Real Estate

   House / Condo
   Land For Sale


   Apartments & Houses For Rent
   Rentals Wanted


   Business Opportunities
   Business Services
   Cleaning Services
   Creative Services
   Health / Beauty Services
   Home Improvement
   Labor / Moving
   Landscape / Lawn Services
   Real Estate
   Therapeutic Massage


   Hotels And Accomodations
   Tour Packages
   Travel Tickets