Kendal's famous Quaker Tapestry is having to move out of its home while major repairs are carried out to the building that houses it.
Likened to the Bayeux Tapestry in France, it celebrates people and events across several centuries.
However, as Tim Backshall reports last year's wet weather proved to be too much for the building.
You can watch his full report below.
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