Work has begun on a £4.5 million project to create a national centre for children's literature, inspired by Peter Pan, in south-west Scotland.
It is the first phase of restoration and repair on Moat Brae House in Dumfries where author J.M. Barrie played as a child and which inspired him to pen his tale of the boy who refused to grow up.
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