A Scottish Borders road that has been closed for five days, is due to re-open tomorrow (10th January).
Scottish Borders Council were forced to close the B6355 Ayton to Chirnside road due to a collapsed culvert.
A new 900mm pipe has been being installed to replace the old culvert and tarring works are being carried out.
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