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Tibbermore
Location within Perth and Kinross
Population157 
Language Scots
English
OS grid reference NO 0504 2370
Council area
Country Scotland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town PERTH
Postcode district PH1
Dialling code 01738
Police Scotland
Fire Scottish
Ambulance Scottish
List of places
UK
Scotland
56°23′46″N3°32′24″W / 56.396°N 3.540°W / 56.396; -3.540 Coordinates: 56°23′46″N3°32′24″W / 56.396°N 3.540°W / 56.396; -3.540

Tibbermore is a small village situated about 4 miles (6 kilometres) west of Perth, Scotland. Its parish extends to Aberuthven; [1] however, the church building is now only used occasionally for weddings and funerals.

Previously known as Tippermuir, it was the site of the Battle of Tippermuir between the Marquis of Montrose and an army of Covenanters. [2]

The church building is in a poor state of repair, however, restoration is being considered. [3]

Tibbermore has several listed buildings.

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References

  1. "Tibbermore, Perthshire". GENUKI. Retrieved 26 October 2012.
  2. Archived 5 August 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  3. Archived 15 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine