Thousands of people will be in Langholm today as it holds its annual Common Riding festival.
It commemorates the ancient tradition of checking the boundaries of the town on horseback, which stretches back almost 250 years.
The events began at 5 this morning and will carry on into the evening.
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The Muckle Toon Adventure Festival gets underway in Langholm today.
The annual event which runs until Sunday features a host of activities and attractions from mountain biking and a half marathon to a cycling stunt team display.
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Police in the Scottish Borders are continuing to investigate a car crash that lead to the death of a man on the A7 near Langholm.
The man, who has not been named, is believed to have come off the road in the early hours of Saturday morning.
No other vehicles are believed to be involved.
Police Scotland are investigating a fatal accident on the A7 around two miles from Langholm yesterday.
It is believed the mini involved crashed down an embankment on the main road between Edinburgh and Carlisle.
The driver died at the scene.
Police believe that the accident occured between 2am and 7:30am and no other vehicles were involved.
The road was closed until 4:30pm with diversions running both north and south.
We are trying to establish the cause of the accident and to find out the exact time it happened. We are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the accident or anyone who saw the vehicle registration mark YG64XU during the evening and overnight on Friday.
People in Langholm are welcoming a proposal for a new hospital in the town.
The Thomas Hope Hospital has been under threat for over 20 years and it's hoped that the proposed new hospital will safeguard the health services as well as allowing a new community hub to be established:
"I think also because it's right in the heart of the community in the centre of town that the services we need for the elderly, the care services, the day centre ambulance service, library, all that can move into this building and really make it the hub of the community."
For 20 years the Langholm hospital has been under threat of closure. However, Dumfries and Galloway health board has announced that up to £3 million will be spent to replace it with a new community hospital.
Councillor Denis Male says that the old 'iconic' hospital building should still be kept for the community:
Plans are being discussed for a new community hospital in Langholm.
There's been a ten year battle to try to keep the town's Thomas Hope Hospital open.
Now the NHS in Dumfries and Galloway and the local council are looking at options for a hospital on a new site.