An outbreak of bovine TB has been confirmed on a farm in north Cumbria.
Restrictions have been placed on moving affected cattle. Animals on other farms within a three kilometre radius will also be tested for the disease. Farmers in the county are being urged to take extra precautions.
Ian Mandle from the National Farmers' Union:
Several businesses in Brampton say that they'll be getting behind the town's campaign to spruce up for summer.
They're all putting out hanging baskets to improve the look of the town centre.
Many shops, cafes and pubs are already in bloom, but there are concerns that a number of empty buildings in the town will detract from the attempt to give it a facelift.
A campaign has started in the Cumbrian market town of Brampton to brighten it up for summer. The Parish Council hopes that, with a bit of effort to smarten up its appearance, it could attract many more visitors.
Ryan Dollard reports:
A campaign to brighten up a Cumbrian market town has been launched.
John Treeby of Tarn Road Nurseries in Brampton is on a mission to improve the appearance of hanging baskets and flower beds in the town.
Gillian Hodgson, Vice-chairwoman of Brampton Parish Council, says it would be nice to see Brampton blooming again.
A campaign's started in Brampton to brighten the town up for summer.
Locals and organisations including the Parish Council are asking businesses to put out hanging baskets and flower boxes to recreate the look the town used to have five years ago.
John Treeby is spearheading the mission. He says a floral facelift could have a financial benefit for the town.
Scouts from Brampton in Cumbria have been walking around Talkin Tarn with buckets of water to raise money for orphans in Kenya.
Wayne Edward Hilton, 39, who went missing on Tuesday 29 April, has been found.
Cumbria police said they would like to thank everyone for their assistance.
Mr Hilton was located on Wednesday 30 April at about 7:50pm.
Police are appealing for a missing 39-year-old man to get in contact and let people know he is safe and well.
Wayne Edward Hilton was last seen at his home address in Brampton at about 8:30pm on Tuesday 29 April.
He didn't go to work today and police are concerned as this is out of character for Mr Hilton.
They believe he may have headed to west Cumbria. His car is a white Ford Fiesta, with a black roof.
He was last seen wearing a navy t-shirt with writing on it and black combat trousers.
He is 6ft 1" tall, with light brown receding hair and glasses. He has an earring in his left ear and tattoos on his arm and shoulder.
Anyone who has seen Wayne is asked to contact Cumbria Police immediately on 101 and ask for a duty sergeant at Brampton Police Station.
Nicola Ivinson, Dance teacher