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Jedburgh The attractive town of Jedburgh by the Jed Water at the foot of the Cheviot Hills is calmer now than in the past, when its close proximity to England saw it suffer the full force of invading armies.
Mary, Queen of Scots stayed in Jedburgh, and her house is now the local information centre.
Pronounced ‘jedder’ by locals, Jedburgh,the Border's most visited town offers indulgent shops to browse in and a colourful atmosphere.
Don’t forget to try the town’s famous confectionary delight, ‘Jedburgh Snails!’