A former planned village Penicuik in Scotland, not far from Edinburgh, was best known for its now shut down 18th century paper mills. A hub for the sport of curling in the 19th century the vivid past of Penicuik (pronounced 'Penchook') can be best appreciated by visiting St Mungo's Parish Church. Here you can gain a great insight into the town's past as it connects with the present. As paper making developed in the area and more people came to live in the town, the church was extended and notable features include the rehung 17th century bronze bell housed in the bell tower. Before it was rehung the bell was stolen and was subsequently recovered by police for use once again by the church.