Over the summer the Rheged Centre in Penrith is home to an interactive exhibit of one of the world's most popular computer games.
Minecraft has sold sixty million copies worldwide. The game allows you to design your own virtual world and everything in it.
ITV Border went along to see this real life exhibition.
Fiona Marley Paterson has this report.
An interactive exhibition in Cumbria featuring the popular computer game Minecraft has been visited by almost 9000 people already.
We spoke to organisers to about the exhibition which is on at the Rheged Centre in Penrith to get some top tips of things you can do with Minecraft.
An exhibition on a popular computer game at the Rheged centre in Penrith has received over 9000 visitors in its first month of opening.Read the full story ›
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Hundreds of people are expected at the Rheged Centre near Penrith today for the Cumbria Life Home and Garden Show.
The event has more than 60 interior design exhibitors over the weekend.
There will be a Gardeners' Question Time hosted by Cumbria's Eric Robson today, Saturday.
TV personalities Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood, who appear on the Great Interior Design Challenge, will be giving talks on Sunday.
A film, about a Cumbrian runner who has broken a 23 year record for fell running, was premiered last night in Penrith.Read the full story ›
A new exhibition at the Rheged Centre, near Penrith, has seen hundreds of people through it's doors in just its first days.
The exhibition's arts manager, John Stokes, told ITV Border why visitors are so keen to see Lego models:
A four metre long model of St Pancras station and over 70 other buildings made out of Lego have gone on display in Rheged near Penrith.
The models are all the work of Lego artist Warren Elsmore.
The exhibition also had areas where children can build their own Lego models.
Famous landmarks from around the world have gone on display in Rheged - in minature form.
Visitors can see models of celebrated monuments like St Pancras Station in London and the Olympic 2012 park, as well as those from more far afield like Amsterdam's historical buildings.
Omega Proteins Limited, who are behind the controversial extension plans, maintain that they have an odour management plan in place at Wildriggs.
They also say that the Environmental Health team found their proposal acceptable.
"We are disappointed that the local authority has not been able to support local economic development by refusing our application to invest further in the Penrith area."