We've now finished posting news, travel reports, a regular weather forecast and other things that catch our eye from around the county, for today. Here's a reminder:
- Work started on the final repairs to the Sheepmount athletics stadium in Carlisle, 18 months after it was inundated by Storm Desmond. The new track was described by one official as "wash and go" if and when it's flooded again.
- People in Keswick were given first sight of plans to redevelop the former pencil factory, which is being taken over by the organisers of the Keswick Convention, a huge annual religious gathering.
- And soldiers of The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment exercised their freedom of Appleby in the traditional manner, by marching through the town with drums beating and bayonets fixed.
We'll be back from 08:00 tomorrow to do it all again. If you want to pass on news you think we should know, or share a photo with the county, you can email them to us, send them using Twitter where we're @BBC_Cumbria or head to our Facebook page.
Have a very good evening.