A LEGO model of an historic Borders abbey is set to go on display this month.

Borderers of all ages were invited to take part in the project across a number of free workshops at Kelso Library Contact Centre.

More than 170 members of the public aged from eight to 88 built the LEGO replica of the town's abbey over three-and-a-half days.

The model was completed on Saturday and will go on display in the library from Friday (April 12) until May 10.

The learning & inclusion team at Historic Environment Scotland (HES) partnered up with Live Borders to deliver the project.

Fiona Davidson, HES learning officer, said: “Our Big LEGO Builds are brilliant intergenerational events, with adults and children learning alongside and from each other."