Originally Cramond Free Church. A small T-plan kirk with flat Gothic windows by David Cousin 1843. The timber bellcote with a prickly slated hat was added to the centre gable in 1866. Interior enlarged to the north in 1970. Major refurbishment to the chancel area in 1999. To the east the little school and house by Robert R Raeburn 1846 were extended with a hall by Auldjo Jamieson & Arnott 1933 maintaining the domestic scale by means of a dormered roof. Essentially a village church.
Sundays: 10.30am and 6.30pm
Open Tuesday to Thursday 10.00am-1.30pm
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