A council in South Cumbria has decided to close a charitable trust set up to commemorate Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding.
South Lakeland District Council has decided to give the remaining money in The Royal Wedding Fund to three local charities: The Brathay Trust, the Bendrigg Trust and the Leeds Children's Holiday Trust.
When Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, South Lakeland District Council celebrated by setting up the Royal Wedding Fund.
The fund paid for disadvantaged children from around the UK to have a holiday in the Lake District.
It takes a lot of time to manage the fund so councillors have decided to close it and give the remaining money - just over £60,000 - to three charities.
The Brathay Trust received half the money. The charity's mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable children and young people.