Cumbria has received almost £2.9 million from the Government to repair potholes across the county after damage caused by recent storms.
Extreme weather brought by the Beast from the East and Storm Emma has added to the 1,800 potholes already waiting to be repaired.
The funding is part of £100 million set aside by the Government to fund repairs to roads across England and protect them from further bad weather.
According to Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, Keith Little, it would cost around £300m to solve all road-related problems in the county.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: