A Christian site since the 13th century, the present church dates from 1835, though the sculptured stonework of the Dunlop Aisle, 1641, was preserved. Magnificent collection of stained glass by Gordon Webster. Beside the church is Clandeboyes Hall, 1641, built as a school. Built onto the back of Clandeboyes is the early 17th-century monumental tomb of Hans Hamilton, first Protestant minister of Dunlop.
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