All Saints' Church and Bell Tower, Inveraray

All Saints' Church and Bell Tower, Inveraray

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal, Roman Catholic
OS Reference: NN095085
Address: The Avenue, Inveraray, PA32 8YX
Local Authority: Argyll & Bute
Listing: B

Church Overview

Gothic-style church built 1885 in local red granite, designed by Wardrop and Anderson of Edinburgh. Many of the interior furnishings given by Niell Dairmid, 10th Duke of Argyll. Belltower, in Gothic revivial by Hoare & Wheeler, built 1923-31 as a Memorial to Campbell dead of First World War and previous wars. Peal of ten bells by John Taylor of Loughborough, 1926. Exhibition in entrance to ringing chamber.


Scottish Episcopal 2nd Sunday 3.00pm. Roman Catholic 12.30pm every Sunday

Opening Arrangements

Open daily, early April to end September

Guide book available

Image Gallery

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All Saints' Church and Bell Tower


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