A group of young musicians in Cumbria has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project that will see them create digital resources for local museums.
Buejam Arts, in Penrith, has been given a grant of £27,000 to help create videos and accompanying soundtracks inspired by local stone circles.
The Stone Mass Project will produce four films that will then be showcased at events at Penrith Museum, Rheged IMAX and the Alhambra Cinema throughout 2015.
Those producing the videos will research the history and myths and legends surrounding Long Meg and Her Daughters, and other Neolithic sites in the area.
Dumfries and Galloway Council is confident the regeneration of Stranraer town centre will go ahead, despite missing out on funding.
Bids were made to the Heritage Lottery Fund, and Historic Scotland, for grants to help the £3.5 million project.
But the high level of competition for the funds means the council has been invited to resubmit its application in August.
The council remains committed to spending £1 million on the regeneration.
Watch Tim Backshall's report on the plans for a multi-million pound teaching and learning centre at Carlisle Cathedral.
The Very Rev Mark Boyling says Carlisle Cathedral's Fratry project will bring the stories of the precinct to life.
Plans to create a multi-million pound heritage teaching and learning centre at Carlisle Cathedral are back on track.
The Heritage Lottery Funding has confirmed initial funding of £81,000 for its plans to develop world-class facilities in the Fratry building inside the Cathedral precinct.
This grant means work can now take place to complete a new building design, and should lead to a second grant application of £1.8 million from the HLF within two years.
A project to improve properties in the centre of Alston has received initial support from the heritage lottery fund.
It's designed to refurbish shops and other buildings. The project has been given almost £70,000 to allow a more detailed plan to be drawn up for possible funding.
A museum and visitor centre in Galloway threatened with closure has received vital funds to secure it's future.
The Whithorn Trust looked like it would have to close at the end of last year, but now £39,000 worth of funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund has ensured it's survival, and allowed for the visitor centre to re-open.
It's been described as one of the most picturesque parks anywhere in the country, and now Wilton Lodge Park in Hawick is getting a multi million pounds makeover.
Thanks mostly to a national lottery grant, just under three and a half million pounds is due to be spent on improving the park.
But the work can't begin until the local council find their own share of the funding.
Watch the full report from John Bevir below.