East end of the main street
Roxburgh and Selkirk
To the north of Lilliesleaf is the Ale Water which runs east to west. The wetland named "The Moss" is to the south of Lilliesleaf.
The village's population at the 2001 census was around 365.
Lilliesleaf currently has two pubs, the Cross Keys and the Plough. There is also a cafe named "The Jammy Coo" which sells food, drinks, paintings and jewellery. Lilliesleaf has a primary school and one church in current use. There is no regular public transport in Lilliesleaf. It has no shops, but used to have a hardware shop, post office and a grocer, all of which closed down in the 1990s.
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