Schoolchildren have been to see Queen of the South players as part of the H20 programme, run by Scottish Water, SPFL and the Doonhamers.
Each 90 minute session sees the children discuss the importance of staying hydrated, before taking part in a football session:
Serious warnings are being repeated about the dangers of swimming in open water.
It follows the death of a swimmer in Coniston together with this week's soaring temperatures
Devil's Bridge at Kirkby Lonsdale is a notorious spot for thrill seekers with youngsters tombstoning into the River Lune at the weekend despite the death of a man last year.
Kim Inglis reports:
Sergeant John Stephens from Cumbria Police says that the local community can help stop dangerous activities like tombstoning:
Sizzling temperatures have brought warnings about the dangers of diving into rivers or swimming in lakes in Cumbria.
A 21-year-old man from Essex died on Sunday after being rescued from Coniston Water.
Since the heatwave began this week, youngsters have been diving 30 feet from the Devil's Bridge in Kirkby Lonsdale.
It is a craze called tombstoning and last year 22-year-old Darrell Teale from Greater Manchester died after jumping from the same bridge.
Sergeant John Stephens says that Cumbria Police is working to prevent such accidents happening again:
Plans are being drawn up to increase the size of two reservoirs. Scottish Water want to raise the height of the dam by 1.5m at Penwhirn Reservoir, which supplies most of Wigtownshire, and Black Elk reservoir, which supplies Dumfreisshire. It would increase the capacity of both by 35%
A public consultation event on the proposals is planned later this month.**
Nigel Graham-Smith, asset planner for the Wigtownshire area, said: "This proposed work will enable Scottish Water to meet water supply demands in times of low rainfall by enhancing the amount of water the reservoir can hold."