The Lake District could become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Government has announced that the national park will be the UK's next official nomination for the coveted prize.
If it is successful, the Lake District will join iconic international sites like Egypt's pyramids and the Great Wall of China.
Richard Leafe, Chief Executive, Lake District National Park spoke to ITV Border about the news:
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