Two thousand five hundred people are taking part in Gelt Gladiator near Brampton tomorrow.
Hannah McNulty went to take a look at the course:
Tonight is the official opening of Carlisle's new arts centre.
The Old Fire Station cost around one million pounds to renovate, and has already played host to a gig organised by Carlisle Music City.
The opening will be followed by events like a gig on Saturday, and a children's comedy club on Sunday.
There's a treat in store for people heading to the 13th annual Spring Fling.
The open studio event across Dumfries and Galloway attracts art lovers from all over the south of Scotland and beyond.
And this year, it's targeted at food lovers as well, as Hannah McNulty found out:
A music studio in West Cumbria, which has welcomed the likes of Simon Cowell, is celebrating 25 years in the business.
Artists come from around the world to record at Music Farm in Egremont.
The musician behind it all says he can't believe it's success.
The £1,000,000 Old Fire Station held its first ever gig, as part of Carlisle Music City.Read the full story ›
Former Carlisle kitchen salesman Matthew Pagan and his band Collabro are releasing a second album.
"Act Two" goes on sale on 1 June and follows up the current Britain's Got Talent champions' first album "Stars" which debuted at number one in the UK album charts last year.
Kendal town council wants to make Kendal the best destination for arts, culture and festivals in the rural North West.Read the full story ›
Dumfries-born Calvin Harris has entered the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time.
The 31-year-old DJ and producer, who is reportedly worth £70 million, is ranked joint 30th with Mark Knopfler and Pete Townshend.
Sir Paul McCartney heads the list. He is said to have amassed a personal fortune of £730 million - £20 million up from last year - despite not having had a UK number one single in decades.
The full Rich List, a 128-page guide to the 1,000 richest people in the UK and 250 wealthiest in Ireland, is published on Sunday.
A Scottish Borders theatre company is closing after 25 years.
The Selkirk-based Rowan Tree Theatre Company says it's due to funding running out and increased performance costs.
It says the theatre's been struggling to survive for some time.
The Duke of Buccleuch will host a farewell for the company at Bowhill Theatre next Monday.
Our reporter Paul Crone finds out more about the Carlisle film that's persuading young people to vote: