Ale & Teviot United Church


Crailing

CRAILING is situated about 4 miles east of Jedburgh, on the A698 toward Kelso. This is now a hamlet, but new housing is being built. Beware of the “tale of two churches” … the present village hall [the Lothian Hall] is situated in the former Free Church building close to the main road. People have been known to go there expecting a church service! In fact, the parish church sits several hundred yards back from the main road, from which it is signposted, in a peaceful rural setting.

The present church building itself dates from 1775, but was substantially redesigned in the late 19th century by the famous High Kirk architect Peter McGregor Chalmers. The curved apse is particularly impressive. At present we are planning works to the building, in particular to improve access for people with disabilities, and to renovate the electrical system.

For satnav use : Crailing Kirk postcode : TD8 6TP.

Crailing Local Events

Guild
1st Monday of months September to March, in Ancrum Church
Tel. 01835 830204
Prayer & Bible
Alternate Mondays, Sep-May, Ancrum Church Meeting Room, 7 pm
Tuesday Girls
Alternate Tuesdays, Sep-May, Ancrum Church Meeting Room, 7 pm
WRI
2nd Wednesday of month at 7.30pm, in the Village Hall, Ancrum and the 3rd Wednesday of the month in Eckford Hall.
Recycle Refuse
Wednesday morning
General Refuse
Monday morning
Butcher
Every 2nd Thursday afternoon
Fishmonger
Tuesday and Friday mornings
Library
Every 3rd Wednesday, Crailing Mill 10.20 am
Village Notices
Outside the Lothian Hall
Lothian Hall
To hire for functions, contact Mr Elliott Lewis, Tel. 01835 850706
Doctors’ surgery
Jedburgh Tel. 01835 863361

Bus services : approximately two-hourly service by First East Scotland with additional services by Peter Hogg’s of Jedburgh or Perryman’s to Kelso, Jedburgh or Hawick.
Timetable info : www.travelinescotland.com




Ale & Teviot Church

Scottish Charity No. SC 016457

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22 The Glebe, Ancrum, Jedburgh, TD8 6UX
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