The event aims to give people a chance to reflect on the floods, which hit the town a year ago.Read the full story ›
There were more homes and businesses damaged in Kendal in last winters storms, than in any other Cumbrian town.
Watch some unseen footage of the flooding as it tore through the town:
It's been one year since the floods destroyed thousands of homes across the region, and hundreds of people are still unable to move back in.Read the full story ›
A report published on the first anniversary of Storm Desmond ranks it as the largest event of at least the last century.Read the full story ›
A new flood response group was officially launched in Cockermouth today.
Cockermouth Emergency Response Group's stated aim is "to ensure the community in the town is better prepared for flooding".
The group was created by Churches Together, Rotary and Cockermouth Flood Action Group, and is being supported by the town, borough and county councils.
It was formed in the wake of last year's floods when large parts of the town were inundated with water.
Watch Matthew Taylor's full report:
The NFU and National Trust are calling on the government to do more to make the countryside flood resilient.Read the full story ›
As flooding destroyed homes and businesses in west Cumbria, no one expected the chaos to spread across the region over the coming days.Read the full story ›
A charity has put out an appeal for more support for people affected by last December's floods.
This is despite already awarding seven million pounds in grants.
The Cumbria Community Foundation say seven hundred families are yet to return to their homes. It hopes to fund more hardship awards and support groups.
A footbridge near Sedbergh is being rebuilt after it was washed away by Storm Desmond.
December's floods caused hundreds of millions of pounds worth of damage across Cumbria.
Locals had feared that the little footbridge would be lower down the priority list, so the community clubbed together to help instead of waiting for the authorities.
A flood alert remains in place for Dumfries and Galloway until Wednesday morning.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency is warning high astronomical tides are present along the Solway Firth.
Isolated instances of wave and spray overtopping are possible around the high tides along the Dumfries and Galloway coastline.
High tides are midday and midnight in this period.