Hundreds marched through Whitehaven in protest against changes to North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust.
They're concerned services will be removed from the West Cumberland Hospital.
The Trust insists it's investing more in Whitehaven, not less. Fiona Marley Paterson has more.
The North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust which runs the West Cumberland Hospital say the £90 million redevelopment marks a new era in healthcare for West Cumbria and will be completed in five months.
Over 100 campaigners are marching through Whitehaven in protest at changes to the West Cumberland Hospital.
They're concerned services could be moved further away and have gathered over 6,500 signatures on their petition over the last month.
North Cumbria NHS Hospital Trust is drawing up its plans for the next 5 years. It needs to save £30 million and says current spending would leave a gap of another £20 million.
Hundreds are taking part in a Spinathon for the Teenage Cancer Trust at Penrith Leisure Centre.
They'll cycle 3656km, the equivalent distance of the Tour de France on spinning bikes.
The Teenage Cancer Trust provides specialist units where young people can be treated together.
A scheme to encourage more patients to exercise is being introduced in Eden.
The Exercise on Referral project means people with a range of medical conditions are given a 15-week exercise programme.
Harry Hillary has been going to the gym for ten years. He said: "I had a heart attack and though I've had one, I'm not having another."
Tina Sudlow from Child Bereavement UK says her charity aims to offer support to children and young people coping with bereavement in isolated communities.
Bereaved families in Cumbria have planted snowdrops at Sizergh Castle near Kendal in memory of loved ones.
It's the first of Child Bereavement UK's snowdrop walks in the North West, designed to give families a place they can come back to.
Bereaved families in Cumbria have been planting snowdrops at Sizergh Castle near Kendal in memory of their loved one.
Child Bereavement UK's snowdrop walk is designed to give families a physical remembrance at a place they can come back to.