Campaigners behind plans to build a mountain bike chairlift say being granted planning permission is a 'huge milestone. '
Scottish Borders Council approved the project, which is set to be built close to Innerleithen.
It's claimed it will create over 100 jobs. But now the hard work begins, because it's up to a community group to raise the £5.5m pounds for the project.
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The remains of a 200-year-old Cumbrian bridge, which was destroyed by Storm Desmond, are to be removed, allowing a new structure to be built
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Sunny spells and showers tomorrow will make way for Storm Doris on Thursday.