Plans to redesign the only centre in the Borders for people with physical disabilities will exclude most of its users, according to the charity that runs it.
Councillors are considering the future of the Ability Centre in Galashiels, but their preferred plan to turn it into a social centre would mean that 80 percent of its current members will no longer be able to use it.
Jenny Longden reports:
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