Major repair works to one of Carlisle's most famous buildings are complete.
The restoration project at the Old Town Hall cost £500,000 and has taken more than six months.
Carlisle City Council say the work on the 300 year old building, which houses shops and the tourist information centre, was essential to bring in more visitors to the area.
Hannah McNulty reports:
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