A modern sculpture that cost £40,000 has been unveiled in a historic Scottish Borders town.
The Kelsae Stone is the first bit of public art to go in Kelso's main square for 300 years.
The artist has chiselled the names of surrounding communities into the rock.
So how has it gone down with the locals? Mattew Taylor's been to find out:
But what do you think of the new sculpture? A waste of money or a bright new addition?
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