A woman from Kendal has been travelling around Cumbria dressed as a polar polar in order to raise money for charity.
Annie Rawlinson also ran a half-marathon in the North Pole as part of her fundraising efforts.
She completed the challenge in -30 temperatures, but says she found the arctic conditions tougher than she'd anticipated.
It's much, much, much colder than anything you can imagine and then doing one lap my goggles froze totally so I couldn't see.
And then the terrain is so rocky - well, it's not rocky, it's icy - I just kept falling over, which I thought was really funny and just kept picking myself up."
So far Annie's raised over £3,500 for the Samaritans, a charity she volunteers with.
But she says she's still fundraising and hoping to make more.
A woman who was an avid hill walker before suffering a spinal injury is attempting to complete the Coast to Coast route in a specially designed buggy.
Debbie North is raising money to buy a similar all-terrain wheelchair for a charity in the region that helps people with disabilities.
Tim Backshall reports.
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Five-year-old Amy Renwick has cut her hair and raised £1,000 for a cancer charity.
She is donating seven inches of hair to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that makes wigs for children undergoing treatment for cancer.
Kate Walby went to meet her.
A five-year-old girl from Carlisle had her long hair cut short to help young cancer patients.
Amy Renwick's haircut has raised £1,000 for charity, and she has donated the hair to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that makes wigs for children undergoing cancer treatment.
Her mother has said she is proud of her daughter, who was determined to go through with the charity effort after making the decision late last year.
A five-year-old girl from Carlisle has raised £1000 and had her long hair cut short to help young cancer patients.
Amy Renwick's locks will now be donated to the Little Princess Trust which makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to their treatment.
Her mother says it was all Amy's idea.
Oh it's just amazing , I was so surprised when she said she wanted to do it. Nothing was changing her mind, she's stuck at it since before Christmas and not changed her mind so really really proud."
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An Armed Forces charity called The Veterans Council now has an office in Cumbria.
The charity provides professional, impartial information to help those who have served or who are serving in the armed forces, and their families, make choices about what support is available to them.
Mark Barrett has been appointed as The Armed Forces Community Engagement Officer for Cumbria and will be based in Penrith.
If you would like to find out more, you can visit The Veterans Council Facebook and Twitter pages.
Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue has re-homed its 10000th greyhound.
The charity finds homes for ex-racing greyhounds.
It celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2012.
Local charities hit by budget cuts are being offered business funding and advice to help them continue their work.
Organisations like Carlisle Youth Zone are already being supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation.