A meeting will be held in Innerleithen today for Caerlee Mill workers who have lost their jobs following the closure of the factory in the Scottish Borders.
Union representatives will be at the Memorial Hall between 1pm and 3pm.
Christine Grahame MSP has been reacting to the closure of Caerlee Mills in her constituency:
Workers who have lost their jobs following the closure of Caerlee Mills in Innerleithen are waiting to hear what support they will receive as they attempt to find new employment today.
Liquidators had hoped to secure a new buyer for the mill which produces luxure cashmere goods.When no interest was expressed the decision to cease trading with immediate effect was made.
Three staff are being retained in the short term to assist winding down the business.
This is another damaging blow to the Borders textile industry which is being squeezed by competition from cheaper foreign imports.
Blair Nimmo of liquidators KPMG said:
One of Scotland's oldest textile mills is facing potential closure, with the loss of 36 jobs.
Caerlee Mill in Innerleithen has called in administrators, but local politicians hope to find a buyer.
Jenny Longden has this report:
Scottish Borders councillor Gavin Logan, said:
"Innerleithen has had more than its share of bad luck in recent years and I hope that every effort is being made to attract new businesses and jobs to the town."
"The company prided itself on its 'Caerlee Mills 100 per cent made in Scotland' label but has now fallen victim to the harsh economic tradition conditions in the knitwear industry."
Scotland's oldest continually operating textile mill is facing possible closure.
36 jobs could be at risk at the Innerleithen based Caerlee Mills after receivers were called in.
The mill dates back to 1788 and once employed 400 workers under the ownership of Ballantyne and Dawson International.