Dedicated in 1888. Scotland’s major example of the work of J L Pearson, designer of Truro Cathedral. Built of cream stone with narrow lancet windows to the gables and aisles, and a square tower. Pulpit of Caen stone. Very fine stained glass windows by, among others, Clayton & Bell.
Sunday: 8.00am, 10.30am and 6.30pm; Wednesday Eucharist 11.00am
Open mornings in summer
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