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Crosshall Cross, Eccles

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Description: Standing by the roadside, this cross was erected so that travellers would know that they were approaching the boundary of Eccles Nunnery, a Cistercian Nunnery. This priory was in existence from the late 1100's until 1609 when its property and lands were given to Sir George Hume.

Ownership:
On private land, but can be viewed from the roadside. There is no public access

Situation OS ref: NT 760422

How to get there:
By car: On the minor road leading north out of the east end of Eccles village, off the B6461.
By public transport: Regular public transport between Eccles and Duns. Shortish walk along the minor road to Crosshall.

Seasonal opening details:
N/A

Admission:
No access.

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Places to stay nearby:
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Eccles
Duns


Crosshall Cross, Eccles, Scotland