Church name

Holy Trinity Chapel, Lamington

Denomination:   Interdenominational
Address:   Lamington, Biggar, ML12 6HW
Local Authority:   South Lanarkshire
Listing:   A

Church Overview

Designed by John Henderson, the church was completed in 1857. An ecclesiastically correct early English Gothic style built in whinstone rubble with buff sandstone dressing. Steep pitched roof of Welsh lowland slate with skew coped gables. Single compartment choir / nave with a burial aisle and an entry porch in the north elevation and a lean to roofed vestry in south elevation. Windows are paired with flute tracery and high quality stained glass. Curved stone pulpit.



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Keyholder: Robert Riddell 01899 850694



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