Langholm Parish Church stands in a park at the junction of the Wauchope Water and the River Esk. The church is a large rectangular-plan, nave and aisles Gothic church by William Burn and David Bryce, 1842-3. Buttresses divide the side walls while the entrance façade is topped with pinnacles and a belfry. The interior has pine furniture (pews by P MacGregor Chalmers), galleries and a fine hammer-beam roof. The pulpit has a sounding board and a double stair. The west window has stained glass by Morris & Co. Fine Willis pipe organ.
Sunday 10.00 am
Open by arrangement
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