This article is about the village near Banff. For the area of Aberdeen, see Cornhill, Aberdeen
Coordinates: 57°36′43″N 2°41′53″W / 57.612°N 02.6981°W
Cornhill (Scottish Gaelic: Cnoc an Arbhair) is a small village close to Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
There is the local garage Ewens of Cornhill, Post Office and the local pub Peggy Duffs. There is a nearby castle, Castle of Park, also known as Park House, which was built in the 16th century. There is a local Church of Scotland which is a joint church between Ordiquhill and Cornhill.
Cornhill has its own highland games in summer, including the Knock Hill race, a 8.5 mile race up the nearby Knock Hill and back.
There is a small school Ordiquill Primary, slightly over a mile southwest along the A95 road.
There is considerable evidence of prehistoric habitation in the vicinity of Cornhill, including the extant Longman Hill barrow.
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