Organisers of the CockRock music have taken to Facebook to announce the news that they will not be running the event next year.
Baby owls at the World Owl Trust have had their keepers in a bit of a flap this year over fears the freezing spring had stopped breeding.
Anti nuclear campaigners say beaches in west Cumbria are contaminated
Karen Rennie on Facebook:
"Would you ask if it was necessary if it was a nut allergy? Of course it is! Who cares if it's a banana allergy or a nut allergy, the school has to take precautions to make sure the child isn't exposed to them while in their care and the best way to do that is ban them."
A primary school in West Cumbria has banned bananas because a pupil has a severe allergy to the fruit.
Bananas and anything that could contain traces of it is not allowed past the gates of Westfield Primary School in Workington.
If the youngster comes into contact with bananas she suffers a severe allergic reaction that requires urgent medical attention.
A third high profile festival in West Cumbria has been cancelled for 2014 and organisers of Cockermouth-based Cock Rock say the nine year old event may never return.
The festival committee announced their decision to halt the event on a social networking site, citing 'unwelcome restrictions' as the reason.
It comes after announcements last week that the Whitehaven Festival and Solfest won't be staged next year.
Kim Inglis reports.
A third West Cumbrian festival has announced it won't go ahead next year. Organisers of CockRock music festival say they have struggled financially over the past few years and have been met with 'unwelcome restrictions'.
Last week organisers of both the Whitehaven Festival and Solfest said they were taking a break in 2014.
A West Cumbrian engineering firm has had its project to build a deep water research facility boosted by a £150,000 grant.
The money from Britain's Energy Coast will help Forth Engineering in Flimby finish off the building work on their mock nuclear pond.
15 new jobs are being created as a result of the facility as Kim Inglis reports.
Watch her full report below.
A west Cumbrian school boy has been a hailed 'a life saver' after he picked up a wallet containing £800 and handed it straight to police.
Stainburn School pupil Ryan Heron was later visited by the couple who owned the missing cash.
They gave him £50 as a thank you.
Watch the full report from Samantha Parker below.
Mark Telford, managing director of Forth Engineering, explains what the new money given to the firm will be used for:
A West Cumbrian engineering firm has had its project to build a deep water research facility boosted by a 150 thousand pound grant.
The money from Britain's Energy Coast will help Forth Engineering complete the building work and create 15 new jobs.
The whole project, to create a replica of some of Sellafield's nuclear ponds, will cost just under 2 million pounds and be ready to use by March next year.
Police are warning motorists to drive more carefully as the road conditions continue to deteriorate with heavy rain falling across West Cumbria.
A number of roads across the region have standing water on them - including the A594 at Dovenby, Trumpet Road in Cleator Moor and Loop Road in Whitehaven.
Motorists are being advised to allow extra time for their journey, to slow down and not to attempt to drive through flooded roads.
Flood alerts has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Rivers Ehen, Calder, Irt and Esk.
The main area of concern in West Cumbria is the Egremont area where levels suggest there may be flooding to low lying land and roads.
The weather outlook is for further heavy rain until midday followed by lighter rain into the afternoon and evening.