It's 100 years this week since the Royal Airforce was formed and celebrations have been held across the country to mark its centenary.
One of the last surviving RAF flight instructors and pilots lives in Bolton Low Houses near Wigton in west Cumbria. Meet 96-year-old Sidney James, known by everyone as "Jimmie".
The UK's largest walking holiday company is celebrating its centenary in Cumbria.
HF Holidays, originally known as the Holiday Fellowship, was established in 1913 by TA Leonard and now has 35,000 members.
Mr Leonard brought the first walking groups to Cumbria and was dedicated to introducing people to the 'joy and fellowship of the open fells'.
More than 700 people walkers are expected to walk to Cat Bells, near Derwent water, to see the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to the HF founder.