The Prince of Wales is visiting parts of our region that were affected by the floods to see how communities are recovering.
This morning, His Royal Highness made a stop at Pooley Bridge where he met many people whose businesses were affected after the 300-year-old bridge collapsed.
He's also visiting Penrith, Keswick and Grasmere today.
The Prince of Wales is making stops at five places in the county to see how communities are recovering from December's floods.
The visit will include a trip over the new temporary crossing at Pooley Bridge.
- Norman Kelvin Stoller, CBE. For philanthropic service. (Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria)
Officers of the Order of the British Empire
- Dr John Calum Macdonald Gillies. Lately Chairman, Royal College of General Practitioners Scotland. For services to General Practice. (Selkirk, Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale)
Members of the Order of the British Empire
- Mrs Jacqueline Arnold. Deputy Chair, Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership and Head of Strategy, BAE Systems Submarine. For services to the Economy in Cumbria. (Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria)
- Roger David Bucknall. For services to Guitar Making, Music and Heritage Crafts.(Penrith, Cumbria)
- Mark Cueto. Lately Winger, Sale Rugby Union Football Club. For services to Rugby Union. (Altrincham, Cheshire)
- Mrs Gail Inglis. Magistrate and Chair, North and West Cumbria Bench. For services to the Administration of Justice and the community in Cumbria. (Cockermouth, Cumbria)
- Miss Jennefer Tobin. Founder, South West Scotland RnR. For services to the Care of Wounded Soldiers. (Kirkbean, Dumfries)
Medallist of the Order of the British Empire
- Trevor John Avery. For services to Heritage in the Lake District. (Sedbergh, Cumbria)
- Mrs Agnes Forsyth Robb Craig. Chair, Save the Children, Wigtownshire. For voluntary and charitable services. (Newton Stewart, Wigtown)
- Mrs Sylvia Margaret Emott. For public and political service. (Kendal, Cumbria)
- Mrs Pamela Kirkbride. For services to the community in Coniston, Cumbria. (Coniston, Cumbria)
- Thomas McCaig Stevenson. Project Manager, Mull of Galloway Trail. For voluntary services to Walkers in the West of Scotland. (Stranraer, Wigtownshire)
The award ceremony celebrates the courage of children coping with serious illnesses or complex conditions and honour the dedication of professionals who go the extra mile to help sick children and their families.
Nine year old Nellie-Mai from Warcop near Appleby, was awarded the most inspirational young person in the 7-10 age category after being born with a heart condition that meant she needed a heart transplant at just 11 months old.
Since then Nellie-Mai has battled cancer, suffered several strokes and has ongoing epilepsy.
She continues to amaze doctors, family and friends by beating all the odds against her.
Sarah Lofthouse is a Teaching Assistant at Warcop C of E Primary School.
Nellie-Mai has defied the odds time and again and fought every step of the way.
She is such a loving, caring child who is determined to live life to the full in spite of the difficulties she continues to face.
Nellie-Mai is truly special and makes a deep impression on everyone who meets her.”
Nellie-Mai was seriously ill in hospital and not expected to survive when foster carers Jeff and Sarah Evans agreed to care for her during her final weeks.
Nellie-Mai quickly responded to the family’s love and attention and her condition began to improve.
She has won a special place in the heart of everyone in her new family and all those she meets through her cheeky sense of humour, caring attitude and incredible lust for life.
Along with all the night's award winners, Nellie-Mai met HRH Prince Harry who is Patron of the WellChild charity.
He spoke to Nellie-Mai and her adoptive father Jeff before playing balloon tennis with the award winner.
Speaking at last year's event, Prince Harry said:
All of us together can make a real, real difference for children and young people just like those we have seen on the stage this evening.
It is such a privilege to be Patron of this charity, a charity that has achieved so much and yet is working harder than ever to make life better for more and more young people.”
Princess Anne officially opened the Annandale Distillery in Dumfries and Galloway today.
The old distillery has had a multi-million-pound facelift, and it's hoped it'll become a major tourist attraction.
Princess Anne will officially open the Annandale Distillery and Visitor Centre this morning.
It's been closed for around 90 years, but is now producing single malt scotch whisky once again.
Princess Anne will then head to the International Sheepdog Trials near Moffat in the afternoon.
Watch as the Royal Train, carrying the Queen and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, passes through the Scottish Borders.
It was an historic day for the Borders, as rail services officially returned to the region.
Watch the Queen's speech at Tweedbank Station, as she opened the new Borders Railway:
Queen Elizabeth, the UK's longest serving monarch, has thanked people in the Scottish Borders for welcoming her to the region.Read the full story ›