A masterplan to regenerate the centre of Lockerbie is going on display in the town's library.
The exhibition shows how the town will look when the current work to revitalise it is finished.
Designs for the construction of new sheep sculptures, proposed to be situated outside of the town hall, will also be on show.
A full-size representation of the sheep sculptures will be available for the public to view.
"There has been considerable discussion about the current work in the Town Square and the exhibition will include a comments book so we can gather further opinion.
"It's important that residents and businesses go along and see the designs so they can appreciate the vision and understand what a difference this will make to the town."
Members of the public can view the display until Saturday 31st August.
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