Keswick Mountain Festival has unveiled the details of its 2015 programme.
Olympic, European and Commonwealth triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee is set to be a guest speaker at the event.
The festival will run from May 14 to 17 in the Lake District, and will offer a mixture of outdoor activities, speakers, sports events, and live music.
Carlisle United have completed the signing of striker Charlie Wyke on an 18-month deal.
The forward came through the ranks at Middlesborough, and spent time on loan at Kettering, Hartlepool and Wimbledon.
He scored four goals in 14 appearances for Hartlepool, in the first four months of this season.
He's joined for a small fee, and will wear squad number 26.
The London branch of Carlisle United's Supporters club has celebrated its 40th anniversary.
At a dinner in London they had plenty of guests, including Keith Curle and Colin West from the club's management team, and Managing Director John Nixon.
You can see a selection of photos below:
Carlisle United Manager Keith Curle has confirmed the club have made an offer to a striker.
It's believed the player is currently at a Championship club, but Curle admits he's still some way from agreeing a deal.
He's looking to strengthen the squad as they fight for survival in League Two.
Queen of the South have confirmed that midfielder Kevin Dzierzawski has joined Peterhead on loan for the rest of the season.
He will continue to train with the Queens squad.
Also leaving Palmerston is Under 20 player, Lyndon Dykes.
Another of the clubs Under 20 squad, Dominic Slattery has joined the South of Scotland side, Heston Rovers, on a Development Loan.
He will remain eligible to turn out for Queens in the Development league.
Matthew Taylor met the Cumbrian teenager hoping to compete in the 2020 Olympics.
A 17-year-old trampolinist from Cumbria is hoping to represent Great Britain in the 2020 Olympics.
Alex Jefferson won her first trophy at age 7, and now she is hoping to start competing in the international circuit.
If she is successful, her dream is to make it to Tokyo in 2020 as part of Team GB.
Local lad Greg Laidlaw has been named Captain of the Scotland team for the Six Nations.
The team was announced today, with Geoff Cross, Ross Ford, Alex Dunbar, and Stuart Hogg also representing the Borders on the Scotland side.
Today, the Scotland and England Rugby teams for the Six Nations will be announced.
Both teams will draw from talent bred in the Borders region.
Cumbrian Stuart Lancaster is signed on as England coach, and players Greg Laidlaw, Ross Ford, Stuart Hogg, and Geoff Cross are among those expected to be selected in the Scotland squad.