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The area west of Peebles from where the tributaries of the river Tweed, the Manor Water has its source and the and Lyne Water joins. The Manor area is steeped in folklore from Macbeth's castle to the Manor Dwarf and has churches or 'Kirks' (church of Scotland). Manor Kirk was erected in 1874 and its bell is thought to be the oldest in Scotland whilst Lyne kirk, lies on an ancient 12th C location close to a roman fort site and megalithic standing stones.
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