Thousands of children across Cumbria are off school because of a strike by teaching unions.
The action is being taken in a row with the government over pay, pensions and working conditions.
Teachers from Cumbria have been joining colleagues from the North East for a large demonstration in Durham.
More than a hundred schools are either fully or partially closed and 40,000 children are thought to be affected. The Government says the action is disruptive and holds back children's education.
More top news
One of the world's most famous locomotives drew huge crowds in Cumbria today, as it arrived after a ten year, £4.2 million, restoration.
One hundred artworks have been donated to an auction, to raise money for victims of flooding in Cumbria.
Do you know what's been happening in Cumbria and the south of Scotland over the past seven days? Test yourself in our weekly news quiz.