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Cockburnspath Parish Church

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Description:
Cockburnspath Church was originally a dependant chapel of Coldingham Priory. The current building was extensively rebuilt after the ravages which followed its original construction in the 16th century. Major renovation in 19th century. Unusual short round tower at one end of this rectangular building.

Ownership:
Church of Scotland

Situation OS ref: NT 774710

How to get there:
By car: Lies just to the west of the main A1(T) north of Berwick upon Tweed and south of Dunbar.
By public transport:

Seasonal opening details:
All year.

Opening Hours:
Daylight hours exterior.

Additional Information
Church united with Oldhamstocks and Innerwick to form Parish of Dunglass in 1994.

Web link: (where appropriate):

Places to stay nearby:
Eyemouth
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Duns
Eyemouth


Cockburnspath Parish Church, Scotland