Kelly Macdonald, who's starred in Harry Potter and Boardwalk Empire, admits that during her time in Cumbria she experienced "typical British weather".
The actress stars as Mrs Walker in the new BBC adaptation of the well loved children's series, "Swallows & Amazons", which is based on Arthur Ransome's summers in Keswick.
Despite the rainy weather, it didn't dampen Kelly's spirits who says her experience on set "was just something I'll always remember".
Ransome's book, which tells the tale of four children who camp on an island in the middle of a Lake, has taken Keswick to the big screen.Read the full story ›
The 140-year-old event is expected to bring 15,000 people to the town, providing a big boost for local businesses.Read the full story ›
The original sailing dinghies used in the film Swallows and Amazons will re-create their iconic race as part of Derwent Water Regatta.Read the full story ›
Organisers say the first Lakesman Triathlon has been a great sucess.
500 competitors swam, cycled and ran around Keswick in one of the toughest sports.
(Drone shots courtesy of 'Fluid Productions').
Work to resurface the A66 near Keswick will get underway next week.
The £668,000 project will see the road resurfaced, refreshed road markings, new reflective road studs and some new fencing and cattle crossing signals.
Work will begin next Monday (13 June) on a section of the route between Threlkeld and Scales.
Further work between Scales and Mungrisedale will then take place between 27 June and 20 July.
Most of the work will be done between 8pm and 6am each night using temporary traffic lights, a 40mph speed limit and occasional convoy arrangements with drivers being led past the road works at 10mph by a contractor’s vehicle.
Some side roads will also be closed overnight but these will be signed locally, and some daytime working will take place between Scales and Mungrisedale.
After many years of waiting, the Lake District Wildlife Park has finally been gifted a male red panda, in the hope that it breeds with the resident female.
'Charu' was brought over from Dublin Zoo as part of a breeding programme, to help increase numbers of the endangered species.
Lori Carnochan has been to see how he's settling in:
A 64-year-old man from Essex has been rescued from a mountain near Keswick this afternoon.
Keswick mountain rescue team were called out to a male who had fallen down steep rock section close to the summit of Cat Bells mountain.
He was treated at the scene by the Great North Air Ambulance doctor and Paramedic team before being carried over difficult terrain to the helicopter.
He was flown to hospital in Carlisle where he remains with non life-threatening injuries.
The Cumbrian climber Tim Mosedale has completed his fifth summit of the world's largest mountain. Tim returned to base camp yesterday.Read the full story ›
There were calls for more money to be spent on flood defences at a public meeting last night.Read the full story ›