An historic pub that was once the haunt of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott has been saved after locals raised 160 thousand pounds to buy it.
The Crook Inn at Tweedsmuir was at risk of falling down after it closed in 2006, now there are plans to turn it into a community hub.
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The harrier, named Manu, is one of two chicks monitored and protected by the Northumberland Hen Harrier Protection Partnership.
Three flood warnings remain in place for Cumbria after the county was hit with a third of the rainfall that fell during Storm Desmond.
There are three flood warnings and seven flood alerts currently in place across the county.