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Children dressed as butchers, jockeys and balls of wool have paraded through the streets of Hawick.
They were taking part in a project about industry in the Borders.
Watch the full report from Jenny Longden below.
Vision 2014 Chairperson Janice Chapman tells ITV Border more about the Year of Industry and the Vision 2014 project:
Hawick High School rector Alan Williamson tells ITV Border how the Big Show has taught local children about industries in the region:
School children from across Hawick took part in the Big Show in Hawick by dressing up in industry-based costumes as they tackled the High Street catwalk.
Can you spot their respective industries?
Hundreds of children from schools across Hawick have taken part in a High Street "catwalk" as part of the Big Show:
Some of the school children taking part in the Big Show have dressed up in industry-based costumes in support of this year's show theme:
These children are dressed in "industry" themed costumes as they prepare to take on the Hawick High Street catwalk.
Thousands of children are lining the streets of Hawick in support of the "Vision 2013 Year of Industry Big Show".
The show is now in its third year and young people have chosen "Industry and Enterprise" as the theme for this year.
Schools across Hawick have been working on the programme for a year, which includes street entertainers and a variety of stalls.
The highlight of the show is a catwalk on the High Street, with children from every primary school in Hawick Learning Community showing off costumes related to industries.
The catwalk will be held at 11.15am and again at 1.15pm.