Near the village is a knoll called The Piper's Grave. It is named after a legend that a local piper once went searching for fairies in the hill, and was never seen again.
People from EdnamEdit
- Very Rev Prof J. H. S. Burleigh - Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1960.
Ednam is notable for having been associated with several Scottish poets, namely Henry Francis Lyte, writer of Abide With Me; William Wright, John Gibson Smith and James Thomson, writer of Rule Britannia.
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- RCAHMS record of Ednam
- Gazetteer for Scotland: Parish of Ednam
- Scottish Borders Council: Adopted Local Plan / Ednam Settlement Profile and Map
- Ednam Primary School, Inspections
- Church of Scotland: Parish of Kelso North and Ednam
- Ednam website
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