Phil Voice's charity mower challenge comes to Cumbria and southern Scotland
Hospice at Home, Carlisle and North Lakeland, are hoping to beat 23 other charities to win a £250,000 home which they will then sell.
The mother of one of the victims of the Keswick bus crash has started a charity challenge in memory of her son, Kieran Goulding.
The CEO of the Stobart Group, Andrew Tinkler, told ITV Border why he fully supports the charity single:
Ten truckers who drive for Eddie Stobart, have released a Christmas single to raise money for charity.
They've recorded a special rendition of '12 days of Christmas', in aid of Help for Heroes.
The transport company have a close relationship with the armed forces, with over one in ten of their drivers coming from a military background.
– Bryn Parry, Help for Heroes Co-founder and CEO
"We are delighted that Eddie Stobart is releasing a Christmas single to fundraise for Help for Heroes.
"The money it raises will help our iconic British charity, Help for Heroes, provide lifelong support for those who have suffered life changing injuries or illnesses while serving our country."
Eddie Stobart Truckers: 12 Days of Christmas is available to download now from all major music retailers.
A man on his lawnmower will be making his way - slowly, through Cumbria today.
Phil Voice is riding the machinery 1250 miles in aid of a national horticulture charity.
He is travelling from Bergerac in France to John O'Groats in Scotland.
His top speed is 10mph, so the trip is taking a few days!
The British Heart Foundation have been handing out bags in Carlisle city centre to encourage people to donate unwanted goods to their charity.
Ann Lomas is from the charity and spoke to ITV Border about the campaign and how people can get the bags back to the British Heart Foundation's shops
A Cumbrian charity could win a £250,000 home in a national competition. Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland gives people who are in the final stages of their life the chance to stay at home.
The charity says the money would give it both security and the chance to expand.
It has reached the final 24 of a national competition to win a Persimmon home.
The Charity Director Sheila Thompson said:
– Sheila Thompson
'We offer people with a terminal illness the chance to die at home. To secure this money would just give us a bit of breathing room and the opportunity to look at offering more services.'
It costs 11,000 pounds a week to run Carlisle and North Lakeland Hospice at Home which is reliant entirely on donations.
The charity which receives the most on line votes wins the house.