Teenagers in Silloth have successfully campaigned to have a BMX track built in the seaside town.
They used to use an unauthorised site but it was taken down as part of a £1.1m regeneration of Silloth Green, leaving the youngsters with nowhere to ride their bikes.
So they took their plea to the council and now thanks to a grant of £15,000 from the Heritage Lottery a new one will be built.
Stuart Graham is a town councillor for Silloth he said the BMX track is not an afterthought and that the new BMX track will help improve the look of the area
Jason Dixon is the project leader for the county council he told ITV Border he was impressed by the way the youngsters came to the council with thier request for the track