Three Dumfries business groups have joined forces to launch a campaign to save Scotland's National Museum of Costumes from closure. Shambellie House in New Abbey has been home to the tourist attraction for thirty years.
It's run by National Museums Scotland who say it is to expensive to run in the face of budget cuts. Destination Dumfries & Galloway, ADGAP and the region's chamber of commerce are hoping they can influence the decision due to be made next month.
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