This charming country church stands in the grounds of Oxenfoord Castle, twelve miles south-east of Edinburgh. In the past it was destroyed twice by fire and is now a beautiful, warm and welcoming church. It was built by the architect Richard Dickson in 1824, restored in 1861 by Wardrop and enlarged in 1875 by Wardrop and Reid.
Sunday service is held in one of the three churches of the Tyne Valley Parish. Please check the website for details.
Open Sundays in July and August, 2.00-4.00pm or by arrangement
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