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.
Kendal Calling festival has attracted some big names this year from Frank Turner to 2 Many DJs to Example and Clean Bandit.
Torrential rain has turned Kendal Calling festival into a mudbath.
Some festival goers have given up and left creating long delays on the roads around Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District, with others heading to surrounding hotels to try and dry out.
For those who've decided to stay and brave it, there seemed to be only one option remaining.
Music lovers from all over the country have been arriving for one of the region's biggest festivals today.
Kendal Calling gets underway this evening, with organisers reporting record numbers
15,000 people are braving the rain on fields at Lowther Park near Penrith.
This year's line-up features well-known acts including Frank Turner, Example and Tom Odell. But there's also plenty of mud, as Matthew Taylor reports.
Despite the pouring rain thousands of people are making way to this year's Kendal Calling festival.
It's one of the region's biggest music festivals.
Kendal Calling gets underway this evening, with this year's line-up featuring well-known acts including Frank Turner, Example and Tom Odell.
Thousands of people from all over the country are heading to one of the region's biggest music festivals today.
Kendal Calling gets underway this evening, with this year's line-up featuring well-known acts like Frank Turner, Example and Tom Odell.
The thirteenth Wickerman Festival kicks off today at Dundrennan, near Kirkcudbright.
Around 12,000 people are expected at the event over the weekend.
Dizzee Rascal and Scottish band Del Amitri are this year's headliners.
The festival finishes with the Wickerman going up in flames on Saturday night.
He's collected an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria today, but did you know that Longtown's Simon Greenall is also the voice behind some very famous meerkats?
He gave ITV Border an exclusive performance:
Longtown's Simon Greenall fondly remembers playing Geordie boy Michael in 'Alan Partridge' - and gives us some of Michael's best lines.