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Construction crews still face a massive task to reopen the A591, closed between Grasmere and Keswick.
The road collapsed during Storm Desmond, with over 40,000 tonnes of rubble littering a 4 mile stretch of road.
Our reporter, Paul Crone, went to see what progress has been made since the storm:
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Businesses in Keswick have gathered almost 4,000 signatures on a petition asking Allerdale Borough Council not to raise car parking charges.
The council has proposed lowering charges in places like Maryport and raising them in Keswick, to make £3.5million worth of savings and to encourage more people to use long-stay car parks.
The owners of a Guest House in Keswick have launched a petition to change the Government's new Flood Re Insurance Scheme.
It means people at risk of flooding can't be refused insurance but Steve and Steph Curtis say it wouldn't help businesses like theirs.
Bramblewood Cottage was flooded last month and has a big excess after suffering in 2009 as well.
The Environment Secretary has pledged the government will support county council efforts to get the A591 between Grasmere and Keswick reopened as soon as possible.
Thousands of tonnes of debris were removed from the road by the army earlier this week but it remains closed.
Flood waters have now reached Keswick town centre. The footage below was filmed from the bottom of Main Street. Flood defences can be seen in the distance.
Here's our reporter Katie Hunter with a brief update on the situation.
Pupils at Keswick School are being taught how to save lives by Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service.
They will be learning a variety of life saving techniques, including CPR and how to use a defibrillator.
The school recently affiliated to the British Heart Foundation and teaches 'Heart Start training' as part of its syllabus.
Cumbria's mountain rescue teams are warning walkers and climbers to be extra vigilant as the weather turns colder and the nights draw in.
The warning comes in the week Keswick Mountain Rescue Team attended its 100th incident of the year.