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West Cumbria's Solfest music festival starts today.
The event near Aspatria didn't take place last year but organisers say it's back with a bang.
The lineup includes The Unthanks, Kathryn Tickell & The Side and Electric Village.
Today is a big anniversary for a little train line.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale railway in west Cumbria became a narrow gauge line a hundred years ago.
Since then it's become one of Cumbria's most popular tourist attractions and is lovingly known simply as "L'aal Ratty."
Recent times and plans have been revealed for a permanent memorial to honour those who lived and died working in the mining industry in West Cumbria.
There were hundreds of pits employing thousands of men and even children.
And serious accidents involving large losses of life were not uncommon.
Paul Crone has been to Workington to see how plans for the memorial are progressing.
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Jane Pit in Workington is hoped to become a permanent memorial to those who worked in the perilous coal mining industry.
Workington Town Council is leading the way to have the memorial at Jane Pit, which was just one of hundreds of mines spread across West Cumbria.
There are plans to create a permanent memorial to miners at the Jane Pit in Workington.
The project , which is at an early stage, is being led by the town council who want to recognise the sacrifices of the pit workers.
The site closed in 1875.
School pupils are being given the chance to win golden tickets for a return trip on the new Borders Railway.
Scottish Borders Council is distributing commemorative chocolate bars to primary and secondary schools this week with one bar for each school containing a gold ticket.
Two cousins didn't let the small matter of living on 2 different continents deter them for completing an epic challenge together.
Callum Murray from Hawick and his cousin Finn ran 100 miles in 100 days and raised a massive £21,000 in the process.
Hannah McNulty went to meet them
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