A hugely important ancient celtic stone cross has been restored to it's former glory by a company in Selkirk.
There is now the minor issue of getting the fragile one tonne cross back to it's home on the island of Iona, near Mull in the Inner Hebrides.
John Bevir has this report:
The world's first Celtic High Cross has left the island of Iona for the first time, to be restored and reassembled in Selkirk.
The St Oran Cross dates back to the 8th century and was split into five pieces for restoration purposes.
It is now being reassembled in the Borders town before being returned to Iona for the celebration of the 1450th anniversary of St Columba's arrival on the island.