Thousands of people will be in Langholm today as it holds its annual Common Riding festival.
It commemorates the ancient tradition of checking the boundaries of the town on horseback, which stretches back almost 250 years.
The events began at 5 this morning and will carry on into the evening.
Rather cloudy through the day with scattered showers and longer spells of rain.
There will be some drier and sunnier intervals, these most likely in more sheltered southern and eastern parts of the region.
Maximum Temperature 17°C.
A two day exhibition is beginning to tell people more about controversial plans for a new hotel in Ambleside.
Existing hotels and bed and breakfasts have expressed concern about the idea of a Premier Inn being built in the village.
The developers have now included plans for affordable homes in the scheme.
Fine and dry this evening with some late sunshine.
Patchy cloud will arrive from the west during the night, bringing some fairly isolated showers.
Where clear skies persist, it will turn rather chilly for the time of year.
Minimum Temperature 6°C.
The Managing Director of a Seafood producer in the Scottish Borders says they've been left vulnerable by travel problems around the Channel Tunnel.
James Cook from Eyemouth based DR Collin and Sons says the company has been badly affected as their produce is not getting to customers on time.
Some of his drivers have spent hours waiting in traffic to get to Calais.
Cumbria Police have issued a warning to the public after a West Cumbrian business was targeted by a cold-calling scam.
The caller claimed that they were selling advertisement space for a policing magazine and that they would require a contribution of £145.
Cumbria Police, however, said the caller was not affiliated with the police and it was not their policy to request members of the public for money.
A Scottish Borders lifeboat station will close in September.
The RNLI today announced that the station in St Abbs, which has been in existence for more than a hundred years, will shut on the eighth of September despite a local campaign to keep it open. The RNLI says its station at Eyemouth, two miles away, can cover the area effectively with the addition of a new inshore lifeboat.
Cumbria Police are urging people to be on their guard, after a spate of burglaries in west Cumbria.
The highest number of crimes have taken place in Workington and Whitehaven, but there have been burglaries across the area.
The most common time for burglaries has been overnight, between 11pm to 5am Sunday to Monday, between 10pm to 4am Wednesday to Thursday, and between 1am and 8am on Saturdays.
Police are urging people to close their doors and windows, when they're not around: