The Gelt Gladiator mud obstacle will be taking place in Carlisle on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June.
Dale Hedley, from Carlisle, will be taking part... in a nine-feet tall dinosaur costume, with the aim to raise funds to get his immobile friend a life-changing wheelchair.
Our ITV Border reporter Ryan Dollard went to see T-Rex in training:
A Borders mum organized a bake sale with a difference to raise awareness about mental health after her daughter took her own life.
Freda Douglas baked grey cakes with bright fillings in memory of 21-year-old Evie who died in 2014. Matty Sutton reports…
A teenager born with a rare genetic condition will finally meet others with the same condition thanks to the kindness of strangers in her home town of Penrith.
Natasha Todd has Russell Silver Syndrome which affects her growth. A local estate agents has made in their mission to raise the one and a half thousand pounds needed to send Natasha and her family to the annual gathering of the Child Growth Foundation. They’ve done it by baking cakes as Samantha Parker reports.
The Nepalese community in Carlisle has been gathering to raise funds to help family and friends back home.
The death toll following the earthquake in Nepal has now reached almost 8,500.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Kilt wearing fundraisers from the Borders Barmy Army are running to raise money for Borders General Hospital.
They are pounding a treadmill from 8am until 5pm.
Last year, they abseiled down the front of the hospital to raise cash.
The group, which was set up four years ago, has raised over £50,000 for various local and national charities.