The biggest scheme ever held to try to prevent children from drowning in open water has been launched in Cumbria.
The Lake District is one of six locations across the country that's been chosen for the "Swim Safe" initiative.
It comes after three people have died in the region's waterways over the last year. Watch Tim Backshall's report.
An open day is being held by the Nith Inshore Rescue team.
It's taking place at the Caerlaverock Boat House this Saturday 11 July, from 14:00 to 18:00.
The 'St John' lifeboat will be on display, along with other rescue equipment, and HM Coastguard, Scottish Fire & Rescue Service from Dumfries Community Fire Station, and St Michael’s Services, will all be attending.
At 4pm, the new inland rescue boat 'Cauley' will have its official naming ceremony.
The public are welcome, and refreshments will be available.
United Utilities are reinforcing calls for people not to swim in the region's reservoirs, rivers and lakes, as the school holidays approach.
The warnings come after a man died in Windermere and another in the River Esk in the past fortnight.
Two years ago a man drowned in Thirlmere, which is managed by the company.
Double gold winning swimmer Luke Greenbank has "always had a talent" according to his coach.
The 17-year-old, from Cockermouth, won his second gold medal of the European Games this afternoon.
He came first in both the 100m and 200m backstroke races of the competition in Baku.
Cockermouth swimmer Luke Greenbank has won his second gold medal of the European Games.
The 17-year-old, who qualified with the fastest time, set a games record in today's 200m backstroke final in Baku.
He also won gold in the 100m backstroke.
Cockermouth swimmer Luke Greenbank has made it through to the 200m backstroke final at the European Games in Baku.
His time of 1 minute 57 seconds made him the fastest qualifier of the semi-finals this afternoon.
The 17-year-old won gold in the 100m backstroke yesterday.
Cockermouth swimmer Luke Greenbank will be competing in the semi-finals of the 200 metre backstroke at the European Games this afternoon.
Yesterday he won gold in the 100 metres backstroke at the competition in Baku.
The seventeen-year-old was fastest in the heats for today's race and if he gets through, he'll take part in the final tomorrow.
A seventeen-year-old swimmer from Cockermouth has taken gold at the European Games.
Luke Greenbank won the 100 metres backstroke with a time of 54.76 seconds.
He's set to compete in the 200 metres tomorrow.
A pair of swimmers from the Border region are in action this week at the Special Olympics European games.
They've travelled from Dumfries and Galloway to Antwerp in Belgium, to take part in the sporting event for those with learning disabilities.
Lauren Hall's been finding out how they're getting on.
Hundreds of swimmers have competed in the second Coniston Chill Swim.
The race is over the full length of the lake and has had twice as many entrants than last year. Fiona Marley Paterson reports.