Daliburgh Parish Church, South Uist
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Built originally as South Uist Free Church in 1862-3, now Church of Scotland. Manse completed 1880 and vestry/hall behind low wall added later. All harled. Church rectangular in plan with three bays with round-headed openings and a single window in either gable. Door and apex belfry to south gable. Pulpit with panelled front. Communion table and war memorial based on design of that at Howmore by Archibald Scott.
First Sunday of the month: Parish Service at 11am, alternating between Daliburgh and Howmore, i.e. in either one or the other church
On all other Sundays: 10.30 am
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