Some of the contents of a country mansion in the Scottish Borders have gone on sale to raise money for the trust fund which runs the estate.
Items being sold off from Haining mansion in Selkirk include period furniture and paintings. It hopes to raise thousands of pounds.
The estate is now run by the Haining Charitable Trust after the former owner Andrew Nimmo-Smith left the property to the community following his death in 2009.
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