More than a million pounds of lottery money is on its way to Dumfries, to help develop a community cafe employing people who might otherwise find it difficult to get work.
The organisers say when it opens next year it'll be a great place for the whole community.
The cafe, called The Usual Place, will be housed in buildings once owned by Dumfries Academy.
Lynda Whitelaw is the Director of the project. She wanted to give young people who have additional support needs a hand onto the employability ladder.
The Usual Place gives young people with disabilities a chance to learn new skills, gain confidence and have a better chance in the work place.
Amy Duffy hopes to work in the cafe.
The Usual Place is expected to be open early next year and everyone here is hoping it'll be a great success.