Built in 1861 to a plain, rectangular design with large round-headed windows and a corbelled birdcage bellcote with small obelisk. Light and airy interior with gallery. Notable late Victorian stained glass windows by Ballantine and Gardiner. The building was refurbished in 1970.
Open by arrangement
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