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Gaelic: An Tiobar Mòr
Tibbermore crossroads - geograph.org.uk - 587677.jpg
Tibbermore crossroads
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Location: 56°23’24"N, 3°32’24"W
Population: 157
Post town: Perth
Postcode: PH1
Dialling code: 01738
Local Government
Council: Perth and Kinross

Tibbermore is a small village and parish in Perthshire situated about four miles west of the county town, Perth. The parish extends into the north-western suburbs of the city and is surrounded by Methven and Redgorton to the north, Scone to the east, Perth and Aberdalgie to the south, Forteviot to the south-west and Findo Gask to the west. Previously known as Tippermuir, it was the site of the Battle of Tippermuir between the Duke of Montrose and an army of Covenanters.[1]

The church building is in a poor state of repair, however, restoration is being considered.[2]

The parish has several listed buildings:

  • Manse of Tibbermore
  • North Blackruthven
  • Low's Work Cottages
  • Dupplin Icehouse
  • Huntingtowerfield, S. Front Section Of Bleachwork
  • Waterside Cottages, Huntingtowerfield
  • West Mains of Huntingtower Farmhouse
  • Ruthven House Garden Wall And Lodge
  • Newhouse Farmhouse
  • Newhouse Steading
  • Huntingtower Castle
  • Huntingtowerfield, Former Printhouse And Works Chapel With Linking Wall
  • Tibbermore Parish Church Graveyard
  • Low's Work Weir
  • Ruthven House
  • North Blackruthven Lodge
  • Tibbermore Parish Church
  • Tofthouses
  • Grey Row, Ruthven


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