The finishing touches are being applied to preparations in St Boswells for its annual village week.
And this year’s events include a few new additions.
Saturday sees festivities begin with a coffee morning and tennis fun day, followed by a trail race and a cake sale on Sunday. A speedway cycle takes place for the first time that afternoon too, followed by rounders and mini-cricket.
A morning with children’s entertainer Peter Pepper and a picnic lunch follows on Monday, with a family day at the golf club taking place that afternoon.
On Tuesday, there’s a history walk with Borders historian John Wood.
A car treasure hunt and supper are planned for Wednesday.
The annual beat retreat takes place on Thursday, as does a quiz in the village hall.
Friday’s entertainment includes a lunch, family football and barbecue.
Saturday, June 9, offers a boot camp, rock art, pet show, visit from Newtown’s donkey sanctuary, fancy-dress parade and family disco.
The week concludes on Sunday, June 10, with a church service, family fun day, children’s entertainment by Pooee Pitman, mixed sports, the annual village race and a prize-giving ceremony.
The St Boswells Village Facebook page has more details.