Supporters of Scottish independence have marched through Galashiels.

It is the first time an All Under One Banner march has travelled through the Scottish Borders, and marks the second rally on the organisation's Scotland tour. 

Organisers say 5,000 people took part in Saturday's march.

Pictures and video from the event showed people walking through the streets carrying saltires and chanting, in an area which returned one of the biggest 'No' votes in Scotland in the 2014 referendum.

It comes after organisers said over 100,000 marched through Glasgow city centre last month.

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The procession was led by one single flag carrier and the Soar Alba Pipe Band, and organisers have called on supporters of Scottish independence to join the rally with flags and music.

The route was as follows: Scott Park, Livingston Place, Scott Street, Scott Crescent, Elm Row, Lawyers Brae, St John Street, Bank Street, High Street, Channel Street, Market Street, Cornmill Square, St John Street, Scott Street, Livingston Place, Scott Park.