War & Religion on the Tweed

Published on
15 December, 2017

Synopsis:

A man searches for the lost and forgotten Chapel of St Cuthbert on the banks of the River Tweed, along the way looking at other churches and legendary stories from the area

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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War & Religion on the Tweed

Join me on my latest “adventure??” as I journey the Eastern section of the River Tweed which forms the Anglo-Scots Border.
The reason for our journey is to find the lost, abandoned and forgotten chapel of St Cuthbert.
But why was the chapel built, and does it even exist??

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