Hundreds of people in the Scottish Borders have turned out for the Lauder Common Ridings
The festival dates back to the 1600s, but was discontinued in the mid 1800s, before being reinstated in 1911.
This year's Cornet, Greg Scott, said it was a fantastic honour:
Watch Hannah McNulty's report from the event below:
A stained glass window designed by school pupils has been unveiled at Lauder Public Hall.
The window depicts scenes from Lauder Common Riding, around a picture of Mary and Jesus.
The window design includes Lauder Town Hall, a footballer, sheep and horses and riders taking part in the annual common riding festival.
The window was designed by 4 Lauder Primary pupils in 2012: Ben Weir, Gabriella Purves, Eve Lee and Finlay Anderson.
They were at the unveiling of the window along with Lauder Primary School pupils and parents on Friday morning.
Members of a local Twenty 10 club, who drew criticism for dressing up as disgraced television presenter Jimmy Savile and his schoolgirl victims at the Lauder Common Riding, have apologised for any offence caused.
Police Scotland have confirmed it has received a report about animal faeces being left outside the home of one of the organisers of the Lauder Common Riding. A spokesperson confirmed an investigation is underway.
One of the organisers of the Lauder Common Riding says they have been targeted after a fancy dress float caused offence at this year's event. A float with people dressed as Jimmy Savile and schoolgirls was part of a parade in the Borders town last weekend.
The stunt made national news headlines and was criticised by politicians and charities. The organiser says animal droppings were left at their home and have reported the matter to Police.
The organisers of Lauder's Common Riding are coming under fire for allowing a Jimmy Savile themed float to enter their fancy dress parade last week.
The stunt has attracted criticism from some people in the town as well as politicians and victims of abuse.
However, the committee say they do not censor entries and it is up to people to make their own moral choices about what they put in the parade.
Kathryn Samson reports.
Peter Saunders, from the National Association of People Abused in Childhood, spoke to Pam about the charity's reaction to a Jimmy Savile themed float being featured in a fancy dress competition at the Lauder Common Riding.
A charity which supports people abused in childhood say they have already had a number of calls from "distressed" victims of abuse.
The National Association for People Abused in Childhood said the float featuring people in Jimmy Savile costumes at a festival in the Borders was "crass".
A link to the charity can be found here
In response to comments branding a Jim'll Fix It themed float in this year's Lauder Common Riding competition "distasteful and offensive", the organisers have said: