Special Places

Innerwick Kirk, Glenlyon

This white painted kirk was built in 1828 with government funds provided under an 1823 Act of Parliament "for building additional places of worship in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland" A total of 42 new Parliamentary churches were built; many of them to the plans and specification of Thomas Telford (see Dunkeld Bridge). A Celtic bell, believed to date from the 8th century and known as ‘St Adomnán's Bell’ is kept in a recess in the porch of the church.


Picture copyright Gordon Hatton and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence.


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Nearest Town: Aberfeldy
Nearest Postcode: PH15 2PP

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