Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service is looking to recruit on-call staff at its Lazonby station, near Penrith.
The be eligible for the roles, candidates need to live or work within five minutes of the station.
Thousands of people have turned out to watch the country's most prestigious cycling race in Cumbria.
Youngsters at a primary school in Lazonby enjoyed an active day in honour of the cyclists passing through their village. Not a bad way to spend the first day back at school!
Kim Inglis spent the day time with them:
Villagers in Lazonby have been protesting this afternoon at the County Council's plans to cut its fire station, and retained fire fighters.
The council says it's facing huge budget cuts and has no choice but many people raised their voices today to tell them they should think again.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
Campaigners resisting Cumbria County Council's plans to close five fire stations are preparing to march in Lazonby this afternoon.
They have until 22nd January to persuade the council to scrap the plans to close Lazonby, Arnside, Frizington, Staveley and Walney fire stations.
Council says it has no choice but to find savings due to reduction in funding from Government and adequate cover can be provided from other nearby fire stations
2,700 people have signed a petition so far against the plan. It will be followed by a campaign night with music at the village hall.
Crews from a fire station that could be closed say their work rescuing people from the floods highlights how vital they are to the community.
Cumbria County Council has published plans to close Lazonby fire station in a bid to cut costs.
The village's crews worked round the clock last week to help those trapped by flooding.
There's been a weekend of celebrations at the Lazonby Community Swimming pool to mark it's 50th year in business.
The pool was officially opened in July 1964 and has been going strong ever since. Amy Dunsmuir was there this afternoon.
What has made Lazonby's Community Swimming Pool so successful after 50 years? It's volunteers, according to the chair of its management team.
Chris Hill spoke to ITV Border earlier today, Sunday 15 June, about the pool's lasting success.
Swimmers of all ages braved the rain to help celebrate Lazonby Swimming Pool's 50th birthday.
The pool, which was opened in 1964, is run entirely by the local community.
To celebrate it's golden anniversary events have been held all weekend.
The pool was blessed earlier this morning, Sunday 15 June, by the local vicar.