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An East/West connection

John R Hume considers the history of a Midlothian church with links to Glasgow.

GLENCORSE is a parish and village in Midlothian, about 14 miles from Edinburgh, and close to the town of Penicuik. Its church is still in a rural part of the parish, nestling among trees, which give it a very settled feel.

The parish was not always thus; in 1666, at the Battle of Rullion Green a Covenanting army was defeated by Government forces led by Sir Thomas Dalyell of the Binns.

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