Erected 1866 for the congregation of Kelso North Free Church, architect Frederick T Pilkington. The front of the church is very ornate, being designed in the Gothic style, with the tower and spire rising to some 180ft. Extensively renovated in 1934 and 1984-9. Although the exterior is quite massive, in contrast the interior is fairly neat and compact.
Open July and August, Monday to Friday 10.00 am-12 noon and 2.00 – 4.00 pm or by arrangement
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