Flood defences at Glenridding are being improved, in a bid to reduce the chance of the village flooding.
The Environment Agency is building a new wall this week.
It'll be 140 metres in length and a metre above the ground, and is designed to provide flood protection to residents and properties along the bank of the beck.
It will be made of concrete and faced with local stone to protect properties on the right bank.
The wall will start ten metres upstream of the A592 Road Bridge, and is due to be completed by Autumn 2016.
Cumbria County Council and the Environment Agency will publish a draft report into why Glenridding suffered so badly in the flooding, on 9 June.