Organisers of the CockRock music have taken to Facebook to announce the news that they will not be running the event next year.
A film based at Florence Mine in Egremont will premiere on Saturday 15th December.
Samantha Parker reviews The Railway Children, which is running until January 19th, at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick.
Pupils from Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Penrith performed in the town's main square for the second Winter Droving Festival.
Matthew Taylor reports.
Rachel Hunter, model and ex-wife of Rod Stewart, has tweeted her excitement about heading to Dumfries to watch their son, Liam, compete at the Under 20's World Ice Hockey Championships.
Super excited going to Dumfries Scotland to watch @liamstewart11 and Great Britan ice hockey under 20 play in 8 days .
On tonight's Lookaround, Pam and Ian met Linda Oliver, who has spent years working for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Linda lost her own sight in her 30s, after years of partial vision, and visits people who are visually impaired throughout Cumbria and the North East.
Nominated for ITV's Surprise Surprise, she spent a day with fashion stylist Gok Wan.
Watch the interview on Lookaround here:
Watch Linda's appearance on Surprise Surprise here:
Surprise Surprise (ITV)
Flying along at speeds of well over a hundred miles per hour, these are among the fastest people in the world on water.
People have been trying to set world records in the Lake District for almost a hundred years and for the last few decades there's been an annual week set aside for attempts to take place.
Tim Backshall reports.
A new CD has been put together to showcase some of the best bands in Dumfries and Galloway, at the same time as raising money for charity.
The CD is called Small Town Sounds and all the money raised from the sale will go towards a community radio station, a school and a children's ward.
Fiona McIlwraith reports.
Coniston Power Boat Records week is underway with drivers as young as 9-years-old taking part.
Every year since 1970, the event has attracted hundreds of people as efforts are made to break the British and World water speed records in a variety of classes.
From the Sex Pistols to the Everley Brothers - an exhibition has opened in Hawick that promises something for music fans of all ages.
Over 100 album sleeves have gone on display at the town's museum.
They date from the 1950s to the present day - and they are certain to jog a few memories. We sent Kathryn Samson along to take a look.
Watch her full report below.
A vicar's wife who moved with her husband from New York to the Cumbrian seaside village of St Bees has drawn on the transition in her latest book.
Katharine Swartz's 'The Vicar's Wife' is a fictional account of a vicar's wife moving to a Cumbrian village and struggling to fit in.
Katharine is keen to stress while their are some parallels between her and the main character Jane she, her husband Cliff and their five children are very happy in St Bees.
– Katharine Swartz
"I did struggle a bit when we first moved here - mainly with the weather.
"But the people here are lovely, our children have a freedom they could
never have in New York and the scenery is stunning.
"This is a work of fiction but I hope people like the way St Bees is
portrayed. Though in the book it is called Goswell.