Four years ago we featured a story about a young lifeboat volunteer who was appealing for young people to help keep the Maryport Inshore Rescue Service going. Well, that campaign has paid off.
One young man from the South Lakes wants to improve the image of one of our most misunderstood mammals - the humble bat.
Adam Hall from Ambleside wants people to think again about a creature which is fascinating and useful. He's enlisted the help of Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice.
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A visually impaired young woman from Hawick is calling on local bus companies to provide more support for those with poor sight, so that journeys are not an uncertain ordeal.
She's enlisted the help of ITV Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to make her point.
This is her story:
According to national research around one in ten school children is suffering anxiety, depression and behavioural problems. That's three children in every classroom.
Our latest update from the young people's campaign group Fixers is about a young woman from Keswick who's promoting meditation as a way to help our school children cope.
Here's a question... what is a sport? Football and Rugby certainly, but what about Cheerleading?
A group of competitive Cheerleaders in Penrith say they're fed up with clichés of pom poms and chanting and want their passion recognised as a sport, like gymnastics.
Beautiful, but deadly. The Lake District seems utterly benign, but last year it claimed 22 lives, and mountain rescue teams went into action 432 times.
In our latest update from Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - we hear from one young rescue worker, who's hoping his film can help save lives.
Many 16-year-olds in the south of Scotland will be able to vote next year in the Referendum on Independence.
Their counterparts south of the border have to wait two years before they can vote in anything.
Extending voting rights to sixteen year old is even being discussed in Westminster - but are young people interested?
In our latest Fixers update - three Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament are urging their peers to get interested in politics.
Every four days a young person dies, or is seriously injured, in an accident on the Border region's roads.
It is the single biggest killer of young adults in the UK, and now a group of young people - including some from our region - are tackling the issue. They want to influence a forthcoming government Green Paper on young drivers.
They gathered at a special event, with celebrities and politicians, in London, hosted by Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice:
To find out more about the ITV Fixers campaigns in the Border region, click here.
Youth unemployment is one of the region's biggest problems.
The proportion claiming job seekers allowance in West Cumbria is significantly higher than the national average.
In our latest update from ITV Fixers - we hear from a young man in Workington who is urging local youngsters to expect more from themselves.
Watch the full report below.
A group of young people in the Scottish Borders are calling on teachers to take homophobic bullying more seriously, and warning that it is blighting some young peoples' education.
They are working with Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, to ask teachers to treat homophobia just as harshly as racism: