A 10-year-old girl has vowed to walk the Yorkshire 3 Peaks in memory of her neighbour who died of cancer.
It was taken in as a cub by a couple who thought it was a puppy. They only realised it was a fox when they took it to a vet.
The Lake District National Park has welcomed it's latest additions: a baby zebra and a baby meerkat.
Thousands have celebrated the Common Ridings and Festivals right across the South of Scotland this summer,.
From the 500th anniversary being celebrated in Hawick, to the riding of the marches taking place in Sanquhar on Sunday.
The ride-outs, ceremonies and fancy dress parades have been as popular as ever, all part of the Homecoming 2014 celebrations.
Lets take a look back at the highlights.
Peter Stott has spent the last five years building a private wedding chapel, complete with a mini lake, for his fiancée Joanne.
Paul Crone caught up with the happy couple in their very own chapel of love near Penrith.
Peter Stott, from Cumbria, has spent five years building a private wedding chapel for his fiancée, Joanne.
He owns a nursery situated in the hamlet of Melkinthorpe, just outside Penrith.
In 2009, Peter decided that he was going to build a chapel at the bottom of the nursery.
They plan to get married next month.
A hopeless romantic from Cumbria has built his bride-to-be her very own private chapel.
Complete with its own mini lake, the chapel at Melkinthorpe near Penrith promises to be the most perfect of venues for Peter Stott and his fiancée Joanne.
A family of Brazilian tapirs are placing their bets about the World Cup.
Alves, the youngest of the three Tapirs at Lake District Wildlife Park, is said to enjoy football. He makes his guesses about the big game by choosing which bucket of bananas to eat out of.
Ryan Dollard went to meet them.
Alves, from the Lake District Wildlife Park is said to love football. He's named after Dani Alves, the Barcelona and Brazil right back.
The eight month old Brazilian tapir is making predictions from buckets of bananas on who will win matches in the World Cup.
See who he thinks will triumph in the tournament's opening match when Brazil play Croatia:
An eight year old tapir in Cumbria is making a guess at who will win the World Cup matches.
He's making his tips based on which bucket of bananas he goes to first.
Two have flags of the countries playing on with the third representing a draw.
On Saturday England play Italy in their opening game. Alves makes his selection on who'll be top banana in that encounter:
A family of Brazilian Tapirs in Cumbria are making their own predictions about the World Cup.
Tapirs are native to South America and are close relatives of horses and the Rhinoceros. Alves is eight months old and likes to play football with his mum Muffin and his Dad Rio.
Richard Robinson from the Wildlife Park tells us more about Alves:
A family of Brazilian Tapirs at the Lakeland Wildlife Park are tipping England to make a winning start to the World Cup.
The animals play a bit of football themselves and eight month old Alves, named after the Brazilian defender, is backing England to overcome the Italians to make a winning start to the tournament.