Almost £1.4 million has been awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to help restore a Cumbrian mill.
The North of England Civic Trust plans to buy the corn mill at Warwick Bridge and run it as a tourist attraction, with a traditional bakery on the site.
Kate Walby reports.
A cumbrian foodbank is extending a scheme normally offered to children during the school year over the summer holidays.
North Lakes Foodbank will give pupils from low income households a free meal every weekday once term has finished.
A disused 19th century railway in Whitehaven is to be transformed into an industrial heritage arts trail.
Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded a £50,000 grant to fund the project.
Plans to regenerate Stranraer marina are being considered by Dumfries and Galloway Council today.
Four options are being put forward for discussion.
More than thirty jobs could be created by the proposals.
North Lakes Foodbank is extending a scheme to give schoolchildren a free meal every weekday during the summer holidays.
The charity has teamed up with Sellafield and the CN Group to fund the project.
Every child who is eligible for the pupil premium, which is given to low-income youngsters, can benefit from the scheme.
The charity says it could be the only hot meal of the day for some pupils.
Business leaders say the opening of the Borders Railway could help bring in more companies.
The Business Gateway helps some of the 5,500 businesses already based in the Borders.
The National Trust has submitted a planning application for a £1 million project to transform Fell Foot Park, near Newby Bridge on Windermere.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.