The success of the new Padding Bear film helped to draw young people to the 10th annual Marmalade Festival near Penrith.
Borders wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn picked up two awards at the Celebration of Sports awards in Peebles. The triple IPC European Championship gold medallist won Inspirational Performer of the Year and Sports Personality of the Year at the ceremony which was held on Friday night.
Retired British Lion and Scotland rugby player, Doddie Weir and former Touring Car Champion, Doug Niven were also inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Dalemain near Penrith in Cumbria is playing host to marmalade producers from all over the world at the 10th annual Marmalade Awards and Festival. Organisers say this year's batch is the most exotic yet with marmalade packed with honey, vodka, coffee and even gold going before the judges.
Scotland has won double gold at the event. Joint winner Catie Gladstone's Hamilton Honey Marmalade in the "Stirring of the Clans" category was described as "a breath of Scotland's misty lands", whilst the Gardening Leave Army Veteran's Charity Marmalade triumphed in the "Military Marmalade" category. It was made by Colin, Shug and Mick at the charity's Ayr project under the guidance of horticultural therapist Victoria Brown, whose family recipe was used. Both winners will be offered the opportunity to have their marmalades stocked in Fortnum & Mason.
Four of the Gold homemade winners hailed from Scotland, two from Japan and one from New York.
The dregdging of Annan Harbour is likely to start in the next few weeks. A local restoration group has been given the 22 thousand pounds needed to complete the work. It could help regenerate the harbour area. Tim Backshall reports.
Hundreds of people are expected at the Rheged Centre near Penrith today for the Cumbria Life Home and Garden Show.
The event has more than 60 interior design exhibitors over the weekend.
There will be a Gardeners' Question Time hosted by Cumbria's Eric Robson today, Saturday.
TV personalities Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood, who appear on the Great Interior Design Challenge, will be giving talks on Sunday.
Police in the Borders say they have now traced Simon Brown, who was reported missing yesterday from Melrose.
A little known Sherlock Holmes book has reappeared in Selkirk after nearly fifty years. Although some people are sceptical about the credibility of the story, the man who owns the book believes it was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Fiona McIlwraith investigates.
A Cumbrian horse logger says his traditional trade is coming back into fashion thanks to the rise in the number of people using wood to heat their homes.
There are only a handful of full-time loggers in the country and Cumbria has held on to the trade longer than most places.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.