One of the oldest churches in the Borders, and standing on the site of a 6th-century church reputedly founded by St Kentigern (St Mungo). Comprising nave, sanctuary and tower, the latter rebuilt from first-floor level, probably 16th century. Major restoration in 1863, John Lessels. North aisle chapel restored in 1929, James Grieve. A new stone floor laid and a meeting room formed at first-floor level of the tower in 1991.
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