Duns (historically in Scots: Dunse) is a town in the Scottish Borders, Scotland. It was the county town of the historic county of Berwickshire.
Duns Law, the original site of the town of Duns, has the remains of an Iron Age hillfort at its summit.
Duns had a Tolbooth or town hall on its Market Square. This was used for the administration of the burgh and for dealing with malefactors: the first such structure was built in 1328, presumably in the old town at Duns Law; the second was built following Cockburn's rechartering of the burgh in 1680. The 1680 building was badly damaged by fire in 1795
Selkirk Skip hire covers and services Duns the surrounding area in the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland