Paxton, Scottish Borders
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Paxton is a small village near the B6461 and the B6460, in the pre-1975 ancient county of Berwickshire, now an administrative area of the Scottish Borders region of Scotland. It lies 1 mile west of the border with Northumberland, near Berwick-upon-Tweed. It is a traditional, country village surrounded by farmland, and its closest market towns are Duns and Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Traditionally home to villagers working on the land on in the salmon fishery on the Tweed, Paxton is said to be the birthplace of the song Robin Adair:
Paxton's a fine snug place, Robin Adair,
It's a wondrous couthie place, Robin Adair;
Let Whiteadder rin a spate,
Or the wind blow at ony rate,
Yet I'll meet thee on the gait, Robin Adair.
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- CANMORE/RCAHMS record for Paxton, Village Hall
- CANMORE/RCAHMS record for Paxton, General
- SCRAN image: Salmon Fishers Hauling In Their Catch At Paxton On The River Tweed
- GEOGRAPH image: Church of Scotland, Paxton
- Paxton Village Hall official website
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