St John the Evangelist, Eastriggs
Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: Ladysmith Road, Eastriggs, DG12 6QE
Local Authority: Dumfries & Galloway
Eastriggs built during the First World War to house munition workers; St John’s was dedicated to serve the workers and was visited by King George V and Queen Mary. Designed in 1917 by C M Crickmer in association with Raymond Unwin, who designed the town. Charming and characterful church in early style with Arts & Crafts touches. Sturdy tower with pyramidal roof with swept eaves. Major repairs completed 2005 and church rededicated by the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church in 2008.
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