Classical building with portico and spire by William Burn 1816. Renovated Ian G Lindsay & Partners 1950, and Stewart Tod & Partners 1993. Impressive two-storey ‘country house’ front. Light interior with galleries supported by Ionic columns. Stained glass James Ballantine. Three-manual pipe organ, built by Wadsworth of Manchester 1880. Small graveyard and garden.
Sundays: 11.00am all year, 6.30pm (excluding July and August)
Open by arrangement
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