Plans to redesign a centre for disabled people in the Borders would exclude those with the most need, say those that run it.
The Ability Centre in Galashiels provides a place for people with a physical disability to socialise, learn new skills and spend time away from home.
Scottish Borders Council are currently considering a redesign of the service. They are considering introducing more community based support for those with more serious physical disabilities, which would mean visits to their home.
The centre would then be open for people with a lower level of physical disability, to be run by volunteers. Current transport services laid on by the centre will be stopped.
The charity that currently runs the service say their proposal would exclude 80% of its current users. They say people that live in rural areas, wheelchair users and those that find it difficult to socialise in large groups would no longer be able to attend.
Isobel Ness visits the centre 3 times a week. She says the new proposals would mean she will no longer be able to visit, as she wouldn't be able to travel there.