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Smailholm Church, Scottish Borders
Smailholm Church

Smailholm Church

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Founded by David de Olifard in the 12th century and subsequently granted to the Benedictine monks of Coldingham priory. The exterior still shows much of the original stonework, particularly in the east end which still has three Norman windows.

Church of Scotland

Situation OS ref: NT 649364

How to get there:
By car: In the village of Smailholm, on the B6397 Kelso to Earlston road.
By public transport:
Regular bus services via Smailholm from Kelso to Earlston.

Seasonal opening details:
Exterior all year.

Opening Hours:
Daylight hours for graveyard and church building.
Services on 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 10am.

Additional Information
Wheelchair friendly.

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