Cumbria Police have arrested 36 people for drugs offences at Kendal Calling festival near Penrith. There were fewer than previous years.
16,000 people attended the 9th Kendal Calling festival this weekend. They braved mud and rain to see acts such as Frank Turner and Example.
Thousands of fans turned out at Carlisle Racecourse to see superstar Jessie J perform a string of hits in the sunshine.
There was excitement in Carlisle and plenty of high pitched squeals as Britain's Got Talent Winners Collabro were launching their debut album.
The boy group have only been together since January, and lots of fans turned out to catch a glimpse, with many who wanted to see Carlisle's Matt Pagan.
Lori Carnochan went along to the launch.
Collabro's Matthew Pagan from Carlisle said it was 'incredible' to be back home for the album launch.
He told Lori Carnochan was fans can expect of the new album.
Our reporter Lori Carnochan was lucky enough to get a photo with the Collabro boys at their album launch at HMV.
Today is better than all our past Birthdays and Christmas' combined!! #StarsByCollabroOUTNOW
Collabro will be in Carlisle today, Monday 18 August, to officially launch their debut album, Stars.
The operatic boy band, who won Britain's Got Talent in June, will be meeting fans and signing copies of their new CD.
The band will also be kicking off their debut UK tour in the city in January.
Hawick has welcomed 60 young folk dancers from Lithuania and Belgium. Aged between nine and 18, the visitors are staying with host families and have been performing around the Hawick area.
Teries in Tartan, who put together the program, aims to create international friendships and build on current friendships following a recent visit to Lithuania.
Britain's Got Talent winners Collabro will launch their debut album in Carlisle.
The operatic boy band, which includes the city's Matthew Pagan, will be coming to the HMV store in The Lanes on Monday 18th August. The group's first album 'Stars' goes on sale that day.
An arts festival for young people with disabilities has been held in Cumbria.
The event was for students at Carlisle's Beaumont College.
Jenny Wroe is the Lead Tutor at Beaumont College and she says it's a great experience for those who were involved: