A 49-mile cycle relay has been held, to mark the opening of new interactive tourist information boards along the Copeland coast.
Emily Reader went along to the opening:
Whitehaven's Gaiety Cinema is to re-open, after its controversial closure 12 years ago.
To celebrate, we've dug out Tim Backshall's report from the final screening, in 2003, from the Border archive.
Can you remember what the final film was?
On Lookaround at 6pm tonight, you can watch Samantha Parker's report on the cinema re-opening.
The structure, made from local trees, has been built near Moffat. It's to remember people who died, and disappeared, in the Bosnian War.Read the full story ›
A man who climbed into a mountain rescue team's stretcher box to take shelter ended up being locked inside for more than 12 hours, according to reports.
Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team were contacted by another man, who said he'd been walking past the box with his son, when they heard "a knocking sound", and someone shouting "let me out!".
The team has not been able to confirm the reports, but has warned people not to enter the box unless it's essential because of the weather, and to put the equipment back inside after they've finished using it, and let the team know.
The warning has been echoed by Keswick Mountain Rescue Team, who posted the story on their Facebook page:
"As a word of caution on a possibly humorous note this was sent from WMRT, we haven't been able to validate its accuracy but its worth a read just incase you ever find yourself at our box on Styhead Pass":
Myself & my son were walking past the mountain rescue hut at Styhead on Wednesday 26th August 2015, when we heard a knocking sound.
I said to my son did he hear that & we both thought we were imaging it as it was extremely windy, however we then heard " let me out".
We then realised that the knocking was coming from the box, which you can imagine was very strange & unusual. I then heard another cry of "let me out" , after which I spoke to the shelter, "what's going on"?
There we started a conversation with someone who was inside the shelter. We released the latches & with some uneasiness opened the door to the shelter, when we saw a young man all hunched up inside.
He started to get out & informed us that he got caught in a storm the previous night & took refuge in the shelter, only to find that whilst he was asleep someone had locked him in!
He had been in there for over twelve hours waiting for someone to come by to let him out.
He was ok, just very relieved to get out of the box!! Must admit we did find it very amusing...not your usual every day event! Keep up your good work.
A 49-mile cycle relay has been held, to mark the opening of new interactive tourist boards along the Copeland Coast.
The audio visual boards tell people about the area.
They were designed with help from the local community, and it's hoped they'll bring more visitors.
Six Cumbrian friends are climbing Kilimanjaro to raise money for charity.
Shane Dobbing has this report:
The iconic house will be decked out with green spots, to celebrate the Tour passing through Cockermouth.Read the full story ›
Cumbria Police says it's two new drones have already been used in a number of missing person searches.Read the full story ›
The six friends have been planning the trip for two years.Read the full story ›
Cumbria Police have a new weapon in their fight against crime.
Officers are now able to deploy two remote-controlled aerial drones to help collect evidence and carry out surveillance.
The Force says drones have proved highly effective when used by police in other parts of the country.