The Moot Hall in the centre of Brampton's been reopened as a visotors centre.
The historic hall that dates back to 1817 now has new computer and wifi that visitors can use.
As part of the opening, there is a display of Documents and photographs from the archives.
It had been run as a tourist information centre but the facility is now funded by Brampton parish council and run solely by three dozen volunteers.
CCTV analysis has revealed a border collie named Jess is responsible for damaging numerous cars in Brampton.
Over the past six months residents of Jocks Hill and The Sands areas of the town have been concerned that they were being targeted deliberately.
As it turns out Jess has been biting and puncturing the tyres of cars she passes on her daily walk.
Police say the dog's owner has been very surprised and apologetic about the whole situation.
He will be now keeping Jess on a lead.
A dog from Brampton in Cumbria joined Pam Royle and Ian Payne in the studio for Lookaround tonight, because he has won a rosette at Crufts.
The dog called Seve was among 21,000 competing over four days in Birmingham. His owners Alex and David Little told ITV Border what it meant to win.
They take more than 200 hours to make and are sold for up to £7,000 and now one violin maker, or luthier, who lives in Cumbria is revealing some of the secrets behind her unusual trade.
Corrie Schrijver moved to Brampton in 2011 - Katie Hunter went to meet her.
Brampton violin maker Connie Schrijver tells ITV Border that the trade isn't based on artistic talent - but on having that special eye for detail.
Corrie Schrijver tells ITV Border about what motivated her to take up the violin making trade from such a young age.
Violins are one of the most complex instruments to build as they are made up over 70 different pieces of wood.
There are only around 500 violin makers worldwide who craft the instruments, including Corrie Schrijver from Brampton, from scratch.
Corrie has built 50 instruments in her lifetime - from violins to double basses.
She is now hoping to inspire more people to take up the art and will be holding classes in Brampton.
Taster sessions are available on the following dates:
- Friday 28 February: 3.00pm to 9.00pm
- Saturday 1 March: 10.00am to 4.00pm
For more details, contact Corrie Schrijver on 01697 72649.
Police investigating a car crash which left a butchers in Brampton badly damaged have arrested a 17-year-old.
The incident on Saturday morning has forced Colin Moore's business to close, but as Katie Hunter reports, he's determined to open again as soon as possible:
Brampton butcher Colin Moore says he is "devastated" by the damage caused to his businesses after a car ploughed into the front of his shop on Saturday morning.He hopes to be back open for business in two to three months but says it is too soon to know for definite.