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Preston Old Parish Church, Scottish Borders
Preston Old Parish Church

Preston Old Parish Church and Graveyard

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Archaeological-Sites in Scotland

Description: The first Preston Church was built in the 12th century and belonged to the Bishopric of Dunkeld. Stones from this period with Norman carving were incorporated into the present church which was abandoned in 1718 when the parish was united with Bunkle. The churchyard continued in use and a number of family memorials are amongst the ruins.

Ownership:
Church of Scotland

Situation OS ref: NT 786570

How to get there:
By car: Near the junction of the A6112 Duns to Grantshouse road and the B6355. Church and graveyard are just over Preston Bridge on the LHS.
By public transport: Regular bus services from Duns to Eyemouth via Preston and Reston.

Seasonal opening details:
All year

Opening Hours:
Daylight hours

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The Gable, Preston OP Church, Scottish Borders
The Gable, Preston OP Church

Preston Old Parish Church and Graveyard, Scotland