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Articles from the Scotland's Churches Trust blog team.

Newsletter February 2020

Nowadays drones can greatly assist those seeking to identify fabric repairs in hard to reach places such as church roofs or towers. The more information that we receive in support of a grant application the better and pictures of the affected areas assist the committee in their assessment.

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Newsletter November 2019

The aim of SCT is to support Places of Worship of all and no denomination. Our Members have their own dedicated page on our International web site popular with Ex Pats as well as those interested in the heritable assets of ecclesiastical buildings.

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What are churches for?

What are churches for?Ken Calman23 MARCH, 2018 Church History Design I am delighted and honoured to be invited to give this lecture.  Lady Marion Fraser, was a remarkable person with significant achievements in so many areas, in music, and the church, as High...

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Have Bus Pass, will Travel!

  Have Bus Pass, will Travel!           DAVID GAULD 18 March 2019. My wife and I took a cottage for a week’s holiday in a village called Embleton. It is in Northumberland, a few miles north of Alnwick. It was not intended to be a church...

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Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2018

“Our Annual Report aims to offer a view of the bigger picture, or sometimes even asks people to take a step back for a different perspective.”

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Have Bus Pass, Will Travel!

Have Bus Pass, Will Travel! 21 AUGUST, 2018 Church History Design SCT Volunteer, David Gauld, has taken to the roads via bus to explore Scotland's beautiful landscapes, towns and villages as well as learn more about the countries religious and cultural heritage...

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The Window Detective – The early days.

The Window Detective – The early days.

The Window Detective - The early days. 1 MARCH, 2018 Church History Design At an early stage in my retirement hobby of photographing Church interiors and stained glass windows, I was introduced to Graham, the grandson of James Benson – a Victorian/Edwardian stained...

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Scotland and its Churches

Scotland and its Churches The Very Revd Dr James A Whyte Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology and Christian Ethics in the University of St Andrews When the Romans left Britain in 410, some of the inhabitants of what is now Southern Scotland were...

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