Princess Royal's Cumbria visit in pictures
The Princess Royal will officially open Cumbria Fire and Rescue Services headquarters in Penrith.
The Princess Royal has officially opened the new Northside Bridge after it was destroyed in the 2009 floods.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will represent the Queen at a Thanksgiving Service to mark Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee at Melrose Parish church on Tuesday 11 September. Afterwards she will attend a reception hosted by Scottish Borders Council.
Princess Anne will meet with representatives of local voluntary organisations and present British Empire Medals to two new Lord-Lieutenants who represent the crown in every county in the UK.
The Princess Royal will open the new Northside Bridge in Workington next month, nearly three years after it collapsed during the floods of 2009.
Cumbria County Council have announced this morning that the ceremony will take place on October 22, after £11.2m was spent rebuilding the damaged bridge.
Prince William sent a message to Doris Hancock as she reached the halfway point in her walk along Hadrian's Wall.
The 95 year old from Ambleside is doing the walk to raise money for the charity Centrepoint.
The Prince's message was read to her by one of the charity's members.
Doris Hancock, 95, is walking the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money for the charity Centrepoint.
The fundraiser, from Ambleside, received a special early birthday message from the charity's patron Prince William, to wish her well as she reached the halfway point.
Marti Errington-Dodds caught Doris as she reached her checkpoint, met with applause and a slice of cake.
A young man who was once homeless has spoken about how valuable the Centrepoint charity has been in his life.
The charity supports young people across the UK who face the problem of homelessness helping them to rebuild their life.
The beneficiary says 95 year old Doris Hancock, who is walking the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money for the organisation, is an inspiration.
A lady from Ambleside who is walking Hadrian's wall for charity has been given a surprise Royal boost as she passed the halfway mark.
Doris Hancock, 95, is raising money for Centrepoint, a charity which helps young homelss people. Prince William is a patron and he sent Doris a surprise message to both express his gratitute to her and wish her an early Happy Birthday.
The Princess Royal visited a riding school for the disabled in Stranraer to open a new indoor riding arena. Our correspondent John Bevir was there and sent this report: