A group of Army Cadets have left a lasting impression on Annan’s wartime heritage.
The young people used their voices to help the town’s museum stage its latest exhibition which looks at the First World War through photographs and letters of local people.
They helped narrate some of the letters and stories to make a short film which accompanies the exhibition, Records of War: Photography and Letters from World War One.
It is free to view from 11am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
Annan councillor Archie Dryburgh, who is the region’s Armed Forces Champion, met the cadets to praise them for their work which will be a legacy for generations to come.
He said: “The cadets were absolutely brilliant, very professional in the way they approached this and how they took it on board. It was good experience for them and they learnt lot about how the Great War affected the town. A lot of the letters are poignant.
“It is a very interesting exhibition and anyone who has not seen it should pop in.”
Well done Councillor Archie Dryburgh praised the Annan Army Cadets involved in the project