A former burgh of barony (1511) situated to the east of Loch Ore in Ballingry Parish, W Fife, Crosshill developed as a mining town in the late 19th Century when it merged with Lochore to the north and Glencraig to the south. The village has a business centre with building, decorating and employment services. Lochore Meadows County Park lies to the west and the Bronze Age Harelaw Cairn stands on a hill to the east.

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