St Ninian's, Alyth
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Neo-Norman church by David Bryce, 1857, with nave and chancel with apse. Built of sandstone with a slate roof. The stone font of 1863 was moved here from St Margaret's, Meigle. Three windows in the chancel are by O'Connor, c1860; the wheel window in the west gable is by Clayton & Bell. Organ: John R Miller, 1909. Marble and brass memorials.
11.00 am Sundays and 11.00 am Thursdays.
Open Sundays 12.30 to 5.30 pm and May to October
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