Bad weather has affected a number of events taking place in our region over the weekend.
The 'Taste Cumbria' food festival in Whitehaven has become the latest to be affected after high winds forced organisers to cancel outdoor events.
More than 40 producer stalls had to be relocated into the Market Hall as wind speeds of 88kph were predicted.
And a hot food picnic, together with food demonstrations, planned for St Nicholas Gardens were cancelled.
Up to 20 thousand people were expected over the two-day event.
Organisers insist that there is still plenty going on at the festival.
Meanwhile, a Second World War fly-past at the Penrith Show yesterday to commemorate the Battle of Britain was also cancelled.
This year's Taste Cumbria food festival in Cockermouth brought nearly £2 million into the local economy, according to the organisers.
More than 40,000 people descended on the town last weekend, pushing the revenue the event brings to the area up by around 15 percent on the previous year.
Stalls and cooking demonstrations took place on Main Street, with children’s activities as well as a pop-up restaurant at Wordsworth House, and a beer festival.
Keswick will host its first Taste Cumbria food festival in a bid to help businesses struggling with trade following December's devastating floods.
The event is free and has free chef’s demos, free family entertainment and a giant foodie market with over 70 traders selling Cumbrian produce.
The festival is being held in Keswick in a bid to boost local businesses in an area badly hit by the December floods.
Organisers of this year's Taste Cumbria event are already planning their next festival- for Christmas.
The annual Taste Cumbria event pulled in around 40,000 visitors over the weekend, and gave the local economy a £2 million boost.
Cockermouth Main Street was packed full of food and drinks stalls, all celebrating local produce.
Now the organisers have turned their attention the new Christmas fair:
Organisers say that 40,000 people have visited this year's Taste Cumbria event, making it the busiest year ever.
Organisers of this year's Taste Cumbria event say that it's been the busiest since it was first established six years ago.
Around 40,000 people have visited the food and drink festival over the weekend.
Food and drink stalls line the main street in Cockermouth, where the best of Cumbria's local produce is displayed.
In the Marketplace area of the town, there's also a hot food section, which proved popular once again.
The festival brings in an estimated £2 million to the local economy.
This year's Taste Cumbria festival was the 'biggest to date' according to organisers.
Around 35,000 people went to the festival in Cockermouth. Businesses at the festival and in the town also benefitted from the festival, with some reporting record takings.
The festival ran from the 26th to 28th September and was created after the floods in 2009 to revitalise the area.
The annual Taste of Cumbria event is proving as popular as ever with thousands descending on Cockermouth this weekend.
Road works have been taking place for several months on the town's Main Street.
They have now been cleared to make way for the festival which is in its fifth year.
More than 25,000 people are expected to arrive in Cockermouth over the weekend for the Taste of Cumbria food festival.
The event is now in its fifth year and is being held on the town's main street market street.
The food festival attracts some of the biggest names from the cookery world.
Around 80 traders are showcasing their food and drinks, including Simon Rogan from L'Enclume, who's creating a pop-up restaurant.
A new campaign has been launched to promote one of Cumbria's best known animals, the Herdwick sheep.
Taste Cumbria want to tell people about the distinctive flavour of the meat and help to make it a premium product around the country.
The campaign has been given £50,000 by The Prince's Countryside Fund and is supported by all six of Cumbria's MPs.