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Gaelic: Eadardan
Edderton Old Church - geograph.org.uk - 47617.jpg
Edderton Old Church
Grid reference: NH712844
Location: 57°49’52"N, 4°10’13"W
Post town: Tain
Postcode: IV19
Local Government
Council: Highland
Caithness, Sutherland
and Easter Ross

Edderton is a village and parish lying on the shores of the Dornoch Firth in Ross-shire. The village is situated five miles north-west of Tain and has approximately 388 inhabitants. It is the location of the Class-III Pictish stone, the Edderton Cross Slab, which lies in the old churchyard of the village. A quarter of a mile outside the town lies another stone, the '’Clach Biorach or "Edderton symbol stone", a Class-I Pictish stone.

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