A day of walking, running, cycling and social events across Cumbria has raised over £20,000 for flood victims.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people across Cumbria have been taking part in events to raise money for victims of the recent flooding in the county as part of 'A Grand Day Out'. The biggest was a ten mile trail run across the fells, starting at the village of Askham near Penrith.
You can watch Paul Crone's report here:
A number of charity groups are continuing to raise money for people affected by the Cumbria floods.
The Inner Wheel District 19 (Cumbria and Lancashire) sent an appeal to all Inner Wheel Districts in the UK and Ireland, hoping to raise thousands of pounds.
They say the response they've had has been fantastic. So far, they've raised almost £25,000.
The money will be divided between the Cumbrian Community Foundation and Lancashire Foundation.
A Muslim charity group have also managed to raise more than £5000 in five days, and presented their cheque in Penrith to flood victims.
Servicemen and women serving abroad are receiving 'morale boosting' care packages, thanks to a man from Cumbria.
Ryan Winthrop from Whitehaven has been collecting and assembling the boxes for the charity 'Support Our Soldiers' for five years.
Every month he sends around 50 boxes to service women and men who are deployed all over the world.
In the lead up to the Christmas period the amount of boxes Ryan sends out to forces on tour goes up to around 500.
Boxes and donations can be dropped off at your local Co-operative funeralcare across Cumbria
If you'd like to get involved or find out any more information you can visit the Support Our Soldiers website.
Tune in to Lookaround at 6pm tonight to see the full report of when ITV Border went to meet Ryan from the charity.
Six Cumbrian friends are climbing Kilimanjaro to raise money for charity.
Shane Dobbing has this report:
The six friends have been planning the trip for two years.Read the full story ›
Two cousins aged just 11 and 9 have raised more than £21,000 for charity
Callum Murray from Hawick and his cousin Finn ran 100 miles in 100 days to help buy toys and treats for children in hospital.
Callum was diagnosed with AML leukaemia four years ago and is now in remission
A Carlisle cyclist is hoping to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance Service by riding a 180-mile coast-to-coast route.
Neil Foster, of Rockcliffe, Carlisle, is undertaking the arduous journey in support of rescued horse riders, and the work the GNAAS does to rescue those injured in remote and rural areas.
In July of last year, Neil's step-daughter Molly was seriously injured when she was thrown from her horse, fracturing her vertebrae. She was airlifted to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary where she went on to make a full recovery.
Neil, a former horse rider who now builds show jumps and courses for British Showjumping, will set off from Walney island, Cumbria, and cycle his way across to Whitby in North Yorkshire.
Brothers for Charity, in the Scottish Borders, has been awarded £400,000 to help train people with learning disabilities for work.Read the full story ›
A motor enthusiast who travelled around the country on lawn mowers with his friends, has said the worst moment of the trip came in Dumfries.
Tony Dwight, Darren Whitehead and Paul Tindall drove 2,200 miles on ride along lawn mowers to raise money for Crohn's and Colitis UK.
They raised £2,000 for charity, travelling through areas including Carlisle and Dumfries.
It was on a roundabout in Dumfries that Tony Dwight had his worst moment:
I hit a ramp or a pothole in the road, and all four wheels came off the ground.
All the teeth rattled in my head when I landed."