The inspiration for the building of this former Free Church in 1870 was the Rev Hugh Cobban. Unusually, he was buried in the church, behind the pulpit. Gothic, cruciform church with tower and spire. In the apse are four lancet stained glass windows with lilies, a branch with fruit and a tree with palms. Some interesting tapestry banners, described as ‘living pictures’.
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