A Dumfries and Galloway town has become the first in Europe to secure Dark Sky status.
£240,000 has been spent changing lightbulbs in the streets of Moffat to reduce the amount of light pollution, making it easier to see the stars and supporting local wildlife.
It's hoped the project will be extended across the region.
It's an achievement to have the Dark Sky status and it's a good investment because actually, it actually saves the council money in the long term."
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