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The final instalment of our High Street Heroes features takes us to the market town of Castle Douglas in Dumfries and Galloway.
Grierson's butchers are celebrating a century in business and Lori Carnochan has been to find out what their recipe to success is, and why the whole town is thriving.
Customers tell us what they think of Castle Douglas's high street hero -Grierson Bros.
The butchers shop has now existed on King Street for a century, so we wanted to find out what keep people coming back.
A butchers shop in Castle Douglas is one of many that's thriving in the town.
Tom Grierson is the fourth generation of his family to take over the century old Grierson Bros butchers shop.
From a young age, he had no doubt of where his future would be and worked there during school holidays as a child.
The business started from the back of old trucks and carts with Tom's great-grandfather delivering meat to the townspeople.
Nowadays customers travel from far and wide to visit the shop on King Street.
As part of our High Street Heroes specials Pam's been speaking to Chris Wade of Towns Alive.
They're an organisation that works with towns to help them survive the many challenges facing our high streets.
She asked him him what are the biggest threats facing our high streets?
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