Built 1888-9 for the United Presbyterian Church, architect J B Wilson, St Meddan’s has many noteworthy features. The tall and stately spire houses a clock which was originally part of the University of Glasgow’s Old College in High Street, Glasgow. Many beautiful stained glass windows; the largest, opposite the pulpit, depicts the healing of Jairus’s daughter. The image of the windows made fourth place in ‘Treasured Places’ in 2008.
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