STAFF at the Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser had the cameras turned on them on Monday.
Cameraman Mike Bolam was in the offices to hear from employees about their work after the Hold the Front Page! project was shortlisted for a LEADER Dumfries & Galloway award in the rural resilience category.
The short film will be shown at the awards night on December 5 at G G’s Yard in Gatehouse of Fleet.
Those speaking included Mairi Telford Jammeh, project manager; Rachel Norris, editor, David Stevenson, board chairman, John Galloway, Langholm, Ewes and Westerkirk community council, and businessman David Latimer.
Hold the Front Page! is part-funded by LEADER.
The Walled Garden at Arkleton is in the rural entrepreneurship category and Judith Johnson of the Langholm Initiative has been shortlisted for the Shining Light award for her contributions to rural development over the years.
Pictured are Mairi Telford Jammeh and Rachel Norris talking to cameraman Mike Bolam in the E&L office.