It's Derwent Water Regatta this weekend. The festival of boats in Keswick was revived last year and is proving popular. Fiona Marley Paterson reports..
Hundreds have attended the first day of Derwent Water Regatta. The National Trust hopes it will promote water sports in the Lake District.Read the full story ›
It's the second Derwent Water Regatta near Keswick this weekend. There's a flotilla of boats at 12 noon on Saturday and water sports taster sessions throughout the weekend.
Visitors can try kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, rowing, sailing, bath tub sailing, Viking long boat sailing and coracle building.
Cumbria Police are trying to find the owners of the items pictured after they were found in Keswick.
It's thought they were all stolen from the Keswick are at sometime during the last week in June.
The items include jewellery, an Acer tablet and a camera.
If you, or someone you know, is the rightful owner of anything in the picture you should contact Detective Constable Rebecca Fox on the 101 number.
An eight-month-old baby boy has been airlifted to hospital in Newcastle after being accidentally scalded in a cafe in West Cumbria.
The incident happened in Keswick. Upon arrival of the Great North Air Ambulance, the baby was said to be in a stable condition but had serious injuries.
He is now being treated in the Royal Victoria Infirmary.
The Lake District Wildlife Park has welcomed new family members- a zebra foal and meerkat pups. It is hoped they will also bring visitors in the coming months.
Amy Dunsmuir went to visit the newborns.
The Lake District National Park has welcomed it's latest additions: a baby zebra and a baby meerkat.Read the full story ›
Although Spring is associated with newborn lambs, staff at the Lake District Wildlife Park have been busy with new arrivals to the zebra and meerkat family.
Richard Robinson, the Zoo Manager talks through the naming process of the new zebra:
A few years ago it was threatened with closure, now it's about to open its doors again after a £2 million, two year revamp.
Keswick Museum and Art Gallery is hoping to attract thousands of visitors every year.
Hannah McNulty has been to see what's new at one of the Lake Districts oldest museums.
Keswick Museum and Art Gallery is opening this weekend after it was closed for two years to undergo a £2 million revamp.
The museum is going to start charging visitors again, as it has done in the past. Adults will pay £3.75 for entry and under 5s will be free. It must be self-sufficient by 2016.
"We're projecting about about 15,000 visitors, paying visitors. In the past when it was free we could get more but we have to earn our living now, we won't be subsidised so every penny counts"