The latest episode of ITV Border's Scottish political programme, Representing Border, looks at the issues from Holyrood and Westminster that matter to the South of Scotland.
A recent study puts Carlisle high street as the sixth healthiest in the country.
And schemes like the Carlisle Ambassadors programme, in which a new network of cycle paths is being planned, are looking to make it even better.
Ryan Dollard went to see what people in the city centre think.
Tim Backshall went to meet Lillie-Mai Jackson, who is learning to walk on prosthetic limbs, after both her legs and one of her arms were amputated.
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Lillie-Mai Jackson's parents were told she had hours to live when she was diagnosed with meningitis at birth.
But now, she's taking her first steps.
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The weather in our region has been mixed today, and some of our viewers were treated to a snowy morning in the south of Cumbria.
Will Rodell spent a chilly night testing out his new tent in Kendal.
And Juliet Cairns, a tourist staying in Langdale, sent this photo in: