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Cranshaws Church, Scottish Borders
Cranshaws Church

Cranshaws Parish Church

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Description: The present church dates only from 1899, built on the site of at least two previous buildings. The original church was severely neglected after the Reformation, and a new building was erected in 1739, itself being replaced by the current building which is still in use.

Ownership:
Church of Scotland

Situation OS ref: NT 692618

How to get there:
By car: On the B6355 Preston to Gifford road.
By public transport: Service on schooldays only between Cranshaws and Duns High School.

Seasonal opening details:
All year.

Opening Hours:
Regular Sunday services Cranshaws united with Abbey St Bathans and Longformacus to form the Kirk of Lammermuir in 1983.

Facilities:

Admission:
Exterior of church during daylight hours.

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Places to stay nearby:
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Duns

Cranshaws Parish Church, Scotland