Farmers have lost thousands of pounds worth of crops and the cost is being passed on to consumers.
Teenagers in Silloth have successfully campaigned to have a BMX track built in the seaside town.
Caravan and campsite owners in Cumbria and Dumfries and Galloway say bookings are down by 50%.
Work has started to save a Cumbrian road from sinking into the sea.
The stretch of road between Maryport and Silloth has eroded by 20 metres in the past two years.
The project, costing £320,000 will see over 7,000 tonnes of material used to build a new sea defence.
Work has begun to stop part of a Cumbrian road disappearing into the sea.
The 280 metre stretch of the Maryport to Silloth Road will be wrapped in a rock armour to prevent further erosion.
Due to the natural coastal erosion caused by it's proximity to the Solway Firth, around 20 metres of the road has worn away in the past two years.
Cumbria County Council habe approved the £320,000 funding for the project, which will see a new defence built from around 7,000 tonnes of stone and other material.
The road is expected to remain open to traffic while the work is underway under a single-lane traffic system.
A flood alert has been issued at Port Carlisle, due to the high tide at 11.45am.
Low lying land and roads along the Gretna to Silloth coastline may be affected by flooding, before and after high tide.
Cumbria Police are concerned for a missing 52-year-old woman from Abbeytown, Silloth.
Gwendolyn Watson left her home on 7th November and travelled to Carlisle to visit relatives. She was last seen on a bus, the number 68, going from the Upperby area into Carlisle City Centre.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
There are growing concerns for a Silloth woman who has been missing from her home since 7th November.
Gwendolyn Watson, 52, from Abbeytown, was last seen travelling from the Upperby area of Carlisle into the City Centre around 3.45pm.
She was last seen wearing a pink zip-up fleece along with blue jeans and pink and white training shoes.
She has collar length dark hair with grey roots and glasses.
– PC Chris Blain, Cumbria Police
"We appeal to Gwendolyn to get in touch with us, we, and her family are concerned about her welfare and want to ensure that she is well.
"Gwendolyn left her home address on 7th November, despite a sighting of her on a bus, she has not been seen or heard from since. Anyone who has seen Gwendolyn or recognises her picture is asked to contact us.”
Anyone who has seen Gwendolyn or knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101.
There are concerns for the welfare of a woman who has gone missing from a Cumbrian seaside town.
52 year old Gwendolyn Watson from Abbeytown, Silloth hasn't been seen since the 7th November.
Gwendolyn left her home and travelled to Carlisle to visit relatives. She was last seen on a number 68 bus travelling from the Upperby area of Carlisle into the city centre at around 3.45pm.
She was wearing a pink fleece, blue jeans and white trainers. She has collar length hair with grey roots and glasses. Cumbria police are appealing for anyone that may have seen Gwendolyn to get in touch by calling 101. She could be in the Silloth or Carlisle areas.
A Silloth man who was filmed playing golf while claiming thousand of pounds in benefits has been ordered by a court to re-pay the money.
Andy Burn reports.
Hundreds of golfers are competing in the west Cumbria for the prestigious English Amateur Championship.
The event is being staged at Silloth Golf Club, with some playing at Seascale.