A World Heritage Site in Cumbria appears to have had its future secured.
The Alauna Roman Fort at Camp Farm, in Maryport, faced uncertainty after the charity that owned it stopped trading last year.
But ownership has now been transferred from the Hadrian's Wall Trust to the North England Civic Trust, which intends to continue restoring and investigating the site, and ultimately to open it as a visitor attraction.
We've collected some of the best artefacts found during digs at Alauna Roman fort in Maryport
The future of Maryport's Roman fort seems secure thanks to new owners, who hope to turn the site into a tourist attraction.