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White Church, The

White Church, Comrie (1805)
©2016 Gazetteer for Scotland

White Church, Comrie (1805)

A distinctive white-harled building, the White Church is located on a prominent site on the north bank of the River Earn, to the west of the Dalginross Bridge, in Comrie. The former parish church, it was built in 1805 on the site of an older church and is now protected by Grade A-listing. In 1965, the Church of Scotland gave the building to the villagers for community use and, following a major refurbishment funded by the Millennium Commission, it opened as Comrie Community Centre on the 16th September 2000. The building now provides a venue for youth and community groups, together with three halls for staging events, social functions and meetings.

The kirkyard includes memorials dating from the 17th century.


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