A series of meetings will be held throughout next week to discuss how South Cumbria can fight against climate change.

Being run by Westmorland and Furness Council, sessions will take place in Kendal, Penrith and Ulverston.

The council will be discussing the impacts of climate change on the area and their response to the climate crisis so far.

Attendees will be able to let the council know about their own efforts to tackle climate change, share their views on future actions and ask any questions they may have.

The first session was carried out in Barrow on Tuesday, October 17, with three happening on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

A fifth and final meeting will be hosted online on November 2, with all upcoming sessions available to be booked here.