Medieval Village may lie beneath Selkirk

Scottish Water workers have unearthed what is believed to be the remains of an ancient village whilst laying a new gas main in the Scottish Borders

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Medieval spindle whorl found at ancient site

Spindle whorl found near Philiphaugh in Selkirk which is believed to date from the medieval period Credit: Southern Uplands Partnership

A spindle whorl, believed to be medieval, has been found at Philihaugh in Selkirk.

Workers from Scottish Water unearthed what could be remains of an ancient medieval village whilst carrying out water works.

Archaeologists are now working to discover how large the site is and how far the remains date back.

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