A group of volunteers have been helping to clear debris from the river banks near Calthwaite.
They're helping the Eden Rivers Trust with a project aimed at clearing fences on the riverside, which are caked in branches and rubbish after the December floods.
Hundreds of kilometres of fencing across Cumbria are in a similar state after unprecedented rainfall caused county-wide flooding.
"The fences allow the river bank to regenerate and if we don't clear the debris from it then during the next big flood the force against the fence will be so great that it will rip it out.
"It's essential for the life of this project to make sure that the work that's already been put in has a lasting benefit to the environment here."
A drop-in centre for people struggling to deal with the aftermath of the December floods has opened in Carlisle.
Whether you need help dealing with insurance companies, looking for builder or just some support - help is available at the centre.
Our reporter Kim Inglis visited the centre to find out more:
A drop-in centre for people affected by the floods opens in Carlisle city centre today.
Staff from a range of organisations are setting up at the Nisi Prius building on English Street to offer practical advice and support.
Floods Minister Rory Stewart talks to Paul Brand about coping with climate change - the panel discuss floods and Labour's reshuffle.Read the full story ›
Paul Brand talks to Floods Minister Rory Stewart about planning for future flood prevention: the studio panel discuss the Government's response to the crisis, and the Labour reshuffle.
Around The House is at 10.45pm tonight (Thurday 21 January) on ITV (11.10pm on ITV Border Scotland).
Lord Liddle claims the government is not doing enough to help councils deal with the clean up and repair work after Storms Desmond and Eva.Read the full story ›
Kendal residents are calling for short tenancies and family sized housing as they are unable to move back to their flood damaged homes.Read the full story ›
Work has started to clear debris from around the site of the collapsed Pooley Bridge to make way for a new temporary structure that Cumbria County Council say will be in place by Easter.
The original three hundred year old bridge was destroyed during Storm Desmond last month.
Cumbria's mountain rescue teams helped out around the country when Storm Desmond and Storm Frank hit last December.
But they were also badly affected by the floods, with the estimated cost to the Lake District's mountain rescue teams around £20,000.
Matthew Taylor has this report:
Joan McAlpine MSP has said rail commuters will react with dismay to news that the Lamington Viaduct will remain closed until March.
She has asked the train operators to reconsider their decision to run the West Coast mainline through Dumfries without stopping there.
The viaduct has been closed since December due to structural damage following the impact of Storm Desmond. The diversions in place add an extra 1 hour onto journey times on the West Coast mainline.
Dumfries and Galloway is already very poorly served by rail services, and Virgin’s route alternations appear to be having a negative impact on this region. While safety has to come first, I am concerned that this extended closure will cause havoc for Dumfriesshire commuters."