After thirty years of trying, the Lake District today moved a significant step closer to becoming a world heritage site.
It's been announced that it's being put forward as the UK's nomination to be considered by UNESCO in 2016. So, if successful, what would it mean for the area?
Tim Backshall has been finding out.
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