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The local area guide to living in Jedburgh

The ancient small town of Jedburgh lies 10 miles north of the border with England in a southern district of Scotland known as the Scottish Borders. Full of history and character, the old market town is home to many sites of historic interest, including Jedburgh Castle and Jail, a massive and well-preserved 12th century abbey, the Carnegie Library, an old Market Place, and a former home of Mary Queen of Scots. The area’s settlement is traced back to Celtic origins in 854 AD.

Jedburgh is known for having borne the brunt of sovereignty battles between Scotland and England, having been subjected to fierce destruction and occupation from the English many times between the years 1296 to 1548. And, as many times, the resilient town has been reborn and rebuilt with ever-increasing beauty. The likes of William Wordsworth and Sir Walter Scott have enjoyed colourful, memorable strolls amid its beautiful old streets and buildings. Greyfriars Garden and the Jedforest Deer and Farm Park are other beautiful and interesting sites of this Scottish gateway town.

Any journey from northeast England to Edinburgh will pass through Jedburgh along the A68. The Jed Water river runs through the middle of town and is an eventual tributary of the River Tweed. Residents of Jedburgh’s beautiful riverside country locale enjoy golf, horseback riding, walking, cycling and fishing.

Information about the local residents

Jedburgh’s population as of 2013 was 3,959 in the main town, and the wider ward totals just over 8,000 residents. The age profile of residents is typical of rural Scotland, with an exact breakdown of 16% children, 58% working age adults and 26% pensioners. There are nearly 500 primary and secondary students.

In the northern part of town, the IDM ranks Jedburgh as better than 70% of the rest of Scotland, with housing better than 93% and barriers to services better than 88%. Towards the village centre, housing is ranked as better than an impressive 95% of the rest of Scotland.

Residents are very proud of their community in Jedburgh, with active engagement in various societies, sports clubs and town festivals.

Nearby schools

Jedburgh has two primary schools in town, Parkside and Howdenburn. There is also a preschool, the Little Treasures Nursery, as well as a highly reputed secondary, the Jedburgh Grammar School.

Jedburgh Grammar School has a proud heritage and several notable alumni, three of which have lent their names to the three Houses of the school, Brewster, Rutherford and Thomas. Pupils participate in many sports and extracurricular activities, and the parent council is very involved in community relationships. The school’s buildings are from 1885, but the institution has existed in Jedburgh since the 15th century.

Additional primary schools include Ancrum Primary, about 4 miles to the north, Glen Douglas, 2.5 miles to the south in Langlee, and Denholm Primary School, just 6 miles west.

Getting around

Road connections are excellent for Jedburgh, as it lies along the A68 motorway. Lively Berwick-upon-Tweed can be reached in about 33 miles via the A698 traveling east, and Scotland’s capital of Edinburgh is only 50 miles north along the A68 or in just under 2 hours via bus. There is a regular bus service in the area that provides quick transport to nearby towns.

The closest railway stations are in Tweedbank and Galashiels, 17 miles north, and Saughtree Station, 17 miles south, close to the English border.

Local shops

Jedburgh’s beautiful countryside community benefits from a wonderful selection of specialist shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as quaint cafes and tea rooms. One such café is the Abbey View Café and Bookshop which lies just across from Jedburgh Abbey’s impressive figure. There is a pharmacy, town hall, supermarket and post office in the town centre, as well as several museums and historic sites of interest. The town has its own golf club, with several more in the surrounding area, as well as the Jedburgh Rugby Football Club.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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