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Duns Law, Scottish Borders
Duns Law

Duns Law

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Archaeological-Sites in Scotland

Description: Looking over the present town of Duns, a path leads from Castle Street to the top of this hill, site of the first town. The hill is crowned by the defensive banks of an Iron Age settlement, inside which is a military fieldwork which was constructed in 1638, during the first Bishop's War.
A Scottish army under General Leslie occupied the hill, fortified it and reputedly raised the standard of the National Covenant on the Covenanters' Stone which can still be seen.

Ownership: Public access.

Situation OS ref: NT 785546

How to get there:
By car: Park in Castle Street Duns and walk north along the signposted path.
By public transport: Regular public transport to Duns from Kelso and Berwick upon Tweed and thence to other towns.

Seasonal opening details:
All year.

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Places to stay nearby:
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Duns

Duns Law, Scotland