Former Franciscan Friary complex designed by Reginald Fairlie in 1933. All but Fairlie’s balisica church was then built. The church was added in 1958 to a design by A R Conlon. The complex consists of the church itself, halls, and the former monastic house built around a cloister with extensive gardens. The church is of red brick with a pebble-dashed entrance gable and a slate roof. The most notable feature is the carving by Hew Lorimer in the tympanum of the entrance gable.
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Open Tuesday-Friday 9am-4pm or by arrangement
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