15 September 2019 (1:30 pm to 4:00 pm)
Lecropt Parish Church dates from the early 1800s and the large
pinnacle tower of this Category A Listed Building is now just visible
from the M9 above the trees which have grown up around it. The
interior is described as being of great interest and it certainly has many
wonderful details to look at.
Members of the congregation will be available to welcome and show
visitors round the Kirk, advise on its history, beautiful windows and
pipe organ (unfortunately no longer in use ) and to ensure a fun and
informative visit for all.
There will also be old photos and documents for visitors to view and
the volunteers will be happy to try and answer any questions about the
Kirk. For those visitors up for a challenge - you can guess the use of the
mystery object, which only two visitors have managed to get right in
the past 5 years!
Disabled access. Doors Open Day 2019
Architect: William Stirling
Building Date: 1824-26
Entrance to car park is 1/4 of a mile west from Bridge of Allan and 3/4 of a mile from junction 11 of A9/M9 Keir roundabout.