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ST CUTHBERTS CHAPEL

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The remains of a late 18th or early 19th century chapel which stands on the site of a chapel first mentioned in 1311. The ruined chapel is constructed from dressed stone with a chamfered plint and is in the Gothick style. A Mediaeval stone coffin, now lost, was allegedly used to ferry St Cuthbert's body across the Tweed.

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