An oak tree has been planted in Brampton on the site where six Jacobite soldiers were executed in 1746.
The original Capon Tree, from which they were hanged, died around a hundred years ago.
The new one commemorates their memory, and celebrates the peace between Scotland and England since the Jacobite uprisings.
It was planted by local school children in a ceremony organised by the parish council.
Finola Miles reports.
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