Climate change campaigners in West Cumbria have welcomed Government plans to stop a coal mine in Northumberland.
Protestors say the decision could be a huge turning point in their fight to stop the first deep coal mine being built in the UK for 30 years off the coast of Whitehaven.
The Government overturned Northumberland County Council's decision to allow a new mine at Druridge Bay saying it can't go ahead for environmental reasons.
Their hope is that decision sets a legal precedent that could change the decision in Cumbria.
But those in favour of the jobs this industry will create in West Cumbria say the decision in Northumberland shouldn't affect Cumbria.
Cumbria County Council will decide on this again in October. The campaigners still have a request for the Government to overrule the council.