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Chirnside Parish Church

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Description:
Remains of the Norman parish church of Chirnside can still be seen as a blocked window in the lower part of the western tower and as an ornamental doorway through the south wall.
Sundial dated 1816, situated on skewputt. Church rebuilt in 1878 and major restoration and alterations in 1907.

Ownership:
Church of Scotland

Situation OS ref: NT 870560

How to get there:
By car: In the village of Chirnside, on the B6355 Duns to Eyemouth road.
By public transport: Regular bus services through Chirnside from Berwick upon Tweed and Duns.

Seasonal opening details:
All year.

Opening Hours:
Daylight hours exterior only.

Attached attractions:

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Places to stay nearby:
Eyemouth
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Duns
Eyemouth

Chirnside Parish Church, Scotland