A tractor parade in Lockerbie has raised almost £5,000 for a stillbirth charity in Dumfries and Galloway.
Every day in the UK 15 babies die before, during or soon after birth. Dumfries and Galloway Sands supports anyone affected by the death of a baby.
Nearly 150 tractors took part in the rally, organised by engineer Graeme Murray, who says he's grateful for the support the charity provided for his family.
Controversial plans for a zip wire attraction to be built across Thirlmere have been scrapped.
Treetop Trek made the announcement that they have withdrawn their planning application for the Thirlmere Activity Hub with immediate effect.
Mike Turner, Managing Director of Treetop Trek Ltd said:
Campaign for National Parks, who campaigned against the planning application, have welcomed the decision.