One of the Lake District's top tourist attractions has been awarded nearly £5million from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Wordsworth Trust is getting the cash to expand and overhaul the Wordsworth Museum in Grasmere.
Construction crews still face a massive task to reopen the A591, closed between Grasmere and Keswick.
The road collapsed during Storm Desmond, with over 40,000 tonnes of rubble littering a 4 mile stretch of road.
Our reporter, Paul Crone, went to see what progress has been made since the storm:
Visitors are not coming to the Lakes and business owners say they could lose up to £100 million if the A591 is not opened until May.Read the full story ›
A new footpath and shuttle-bus to get pupils to school on a flood-hit Lake District road opened this morning.Read the full story ›
The Environment Secretary has pledged the government will support county council efforts to get the A591 between Grasmere and Keswick reopened as soon as possible.
Thousands of tonnes of debris were removed from the road by the army earlier this week but it remains closed.
This is the scene on the A591 at Dunmail Raise, near Grasmere. The main Lake District route links Grasmere and Kendal but will remain closed following the collapse of the road.
The Border region was given severe flood warnings that over 1000 homes could flood, but rain caused only minor disruptions.Read the full story ›
An exhibition in Grasmere to remember the Battle of Waterloo, 200 years on, has been a huge success.
More than 40,000 visitors came to see the display, which looks at Napoleon and the war through the eyes of the poet William Wordsworth.
Fiona Marley Paterson has this report.
40,000 people have visited an exhibition looking at how Wordsworth wrote about the Battle of Waterloo, in the year of the 200th anniversaryRead the full story ›
Adam Chapman, recently selected in the twenty-man line-up for the Walker Cup, spent time giving youngsters at Grasmere Primary school his golfing tips.
Ryan Dollard went along.