Well known Mabel Proctor from Cockermouth has celebrated her 100th birthday.
People in Cockermouth have put a series of photos around the town's road works in hope that it will entice more people into the centre
Organisers of the CockRock music have taken to Facebook to announce the news that they will not be running the event next year.
Well known Mabel Proctor, from Cockermouth, has celebrated her 100th birthday.
Mabel's home was destroyed in the 2009 Cumbrian floods. At 95 years old she was the oldest evacuee at the Sheep and Wool centre in Cockermouth.
The celebration took place at Bridge End, the area where Mabel used to live, which was rebuilt after the floods.
Along with friends and family that came over from Australia, presenter Pam Royle was invited to join in the celebrations.
Family and friends had also arranged for Mabel to arrive in a chauffeur driven 1970 Morris 1,000 Traveller to make her day even more special.
The second phase of major roadworks in Cockermouth are set to begin today.
It's part of a £1.7 million improvement plan for the town centre which aims is to repair damage caused by flooding and improve drainage in the town.
The works, which started in February are taking place between Station Street and Cocker Bridge.
Alan Bonner puts us all to shame when it come to keeping fit. He's in his 80's and this weekend will take part in a 55 mile charity bike ride.
He'll be taking on the challenge on his trusty 65-year-old bike.
Our reporter PaulCrone tried to catch up with him.
81-year-old Alan Bonner is taking on the Jennings Rivers Ride this weekend on a bike that he's owned since he was 15.
Alan says he doesn't trust carbon fibre and would rather stick with what he's got - a Paris bike that cost him, in old money, 13 Pounds 17 Shillings and Sixpence (£13/17/6).
Alan cycles between 80 - 100 miles a week at this time of year. He says he loves the exercise, the outdoors and the sunshine. "It's a really enjoyable thing to do."
He will join more than 1,000 others on Sunday for The Jennings Rivers Ride, which takes in some of Cumbria's most beautifully scenery and toughest roads.
An 81-year-old man from Cumbria is riding 55 miles for charity on a bike that is 65 years old.
Alan Bonner, from Great Broughton near Cockermouth, bought the bike when he was just 15.
Along with some of his family, he will take part in the Jennings River ride on Sunday 25 May.
Around 70 churchgoers have been carrying a large cross through Cockermouth to mark the start of Easter weekend. The cross was carried from Cockermouth market square to the memorial gardens on Wakefield Road.
Some firms in Cockermouth have reported a drop in trade due to the roadworks but residents are taking it in their stride.
Some traders in Cockermouth have reported a drop in trade since major roadworks started. But they're hoping public artwork and scrapping some parking charges will bring people back.
Alex Morgan from Wordsworth House spoke to ITV Border:
Traders in Cockermouth are tapping into their creative side to boost business during major roadworks in the town centre.
Some firms have reported a drop in trade, but they're hoping public artwork - along with scrapping some parking charges - will bring people back to the town.