ITV Border reporter Samantha Parker reviews 'Old Herbaceous', now showing at Theatre By The Lake in Keswick.
Samantha Parker reviews The Railway Children, which is running until January 19th, at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick.
A ceremony has taken place in Keswick to mark the completion of a £6 million pound flood defences.
The legacy of the Paralympics was to encourage more people with disabilities into sport and more than a year on, a charity in the Lake District has been awarded almost a quarter of a million pounds to do just that.
Katie Hunter has been to the Calvert Trust near Keswick to see how the money will be spent:
Watch her full report below.
Lynn Healey, from the Calvert Trust in Keswick, has been talking to ITV Border about the £234,000 worth of funding the charity has received from Sport England.
"We're absolutely overwhelmed. It's a really significant amount of money for the Lake District Calvert Trust."
A charity which aims to help people with disabilities enjoy the countryside has been awarded nearly £250,000 by Sport England.
The Calvert Trust, based near Keswick, will spend the money encouraging under 25s to be active.
The charity caters for people with sensory, learning or physical disabilities, including those with the most complex needs.
A tea room in the Lake District is turning bad reviews to its advantage.
The Temporary Measure in Keswick has been hitting the headlines after online comments suggested it had the rudest owner in the country.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Keswick Mountain Rescue has rescued some campers who were caught on an island in the Lake District.
A group of five went out in a dingy on Saturday to camp overnight on one of the islands on Thirlmere, but the weather was much wilder by Sunday morning.
Mark Hodgson, one of the rescuers, said the "water was distinctly choppy by this point."
Since the group only had a little dingy, it was "virtually swamped" so it was too rough to get back across to the mainland.
Three of the campers managed to get back to the shore but they needed help to get the other 2 and all their stuff off the island. They were rescued about 10am on Sunday.
Rescues from the lakes aren't technically in the Mountain Rescue Team's remit but the team says "if someone's in trouble, we'll do out utmost to help them."
In recent years this has meant the team being trained up in water rescue.
The A591 is partially blocked due to an overturned car and recovery work in both directions after an accident shortly before 9pm near to the Thirlmere Reservoir.
The closure is between the B5322 Back Lane and Pye Lane.
There is very slow traffic and police are currently directing traffic.
The A66 has been closed at Threlkeld following a collision involving a car and a cyclist.
Emergency services are currently at the scene at the junction with Threlkeld, near Keswick.
The extent of the cyclist's injuries are not known at this time.
Motorists are being advised to avoid the area and to seek alternative routes.
Visit the Royal Lifesaving Society's website for advice on staying safe.
Cumbria Police have released the name of a man who died in Thirlmere Reservoir, near Keswick, yesterday.
Muhammad Bilal Bhaty was 28 and from Pakistan. He drowned after getting into difficulties in the water. His sister survived and was taken to hospital.
The incident follows the deaths of two teenage girls who drowned in the River Wear, near Sunderland, on Tuesday night.
Tim Backshall reports:
The Royal Lifesaving Society is warning people about the dangers of swimming in open water, particularly in the hot weather.
The charity says water temperatures in lakes and rivers are much lower that you would expect and can lead to cramp and cold shock.
Visit the charity's website for advice on staying safe.