St Ternan’s was founded and built in 1851 with help from the local landowners, and it has adapted to changes such as the arrival of the railway in 1853 and two world wars. Designed by William Ramage, the unassuming oblong exterior with belfry belies the nicely detailed interior. The hall, by Jim Hammond 1985, won a Kincardine & Deeside Design Award.
Sunday: 8.00am and 11.00am (children’s activities in term time), Tuesday 9.00am, Thursday 10.15am.
Open every day during daylight hours
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