REJUVENATED signs welcoming people to North Berwick have been installed to celebrate the Royal Burgh’s 650th anniversary.

The signs have been installed on Tantallon Road and Dirleton Avenue, at the east and west entrances to the town. A third sign is to be erected at the Haddington Road gateway in due course.

The signs had fallen into a poor state of repair and members of the community council decided to revive them to honour the town’s milestone.

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The town became a baronial burgh under William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas, in the 14th century.

The previous signs featured the town’s crest on a field of azure and a sky blue background. However, they had become badly discoloured and damaged over time.

The new signs are almost identical in colour and appearance to the old ones, with an added line of text detailing the Royal Burgh’s founding date.

A spokesperson for the community council said: “Don’t they look good!”