6:30 pm, Mon 14 Jul 2014
A modern sculpture that cost £40,000 has been unveiled in a historic Scottish Borders town.
The Kelsae Stone is the first bit of public art to go in Kelso's main square for 300 years.
The artist has chiselled the names of surrounding communities into the rock.
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7:30 am, Mon 14 Jul 2014
The official unveiling will take place of a new piece of artwork in the centre of Kelso.
The Kelsae Stone was chosen as the winner of a £40,000 public art competition.
The stone for the 20 ton artwork was sourced from southern India.
It's been inscribed with the names of places around the Kelso area and will be unveiled in the town's square this afternoon.