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Ancrum Old Parish Church, Scottish Borders
Ancrum Old Parish Church

Ancrum Old Parish Church

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Description: Virtually no trace remains of the original church recorded in 1116 AD. The now ruined building which was built in the 18th century is outside the present village. Repaired in 1832, but abandoned about 1890, when the new church, within the village, was built.

Ownership: In Ancrum Graveyard

Situation OS ref: NT 621248

How to get there:
By car: Off the B6400 road, to the right, to the west of the village of Ancrum, which lies just off the A68 south of St Boswells, close to Harestanes Visitor Centre.
By public transport: Regular buses from Melrose to Jedburgh pass the road end to Ancrum.

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Ancrum Old Parish Church, Scotland