12 September 2020
13 September 2020
Category-B listed building of 1835 incorporating earlier work from 1621. Outstanding 26 stained glass windows, unusual in a rural village.
Recent 4-year major restoration and refurbishment programme following outbreak of dry rot, cost £3/4M. Two important Category-A listed building adjacent: early 17th century Hans Hamilton's Tomb of Dunlop's first post-Reformation minister, and Clandeboyes Hall (formerly village school) built to honour Hans Hamilton by one of his sons, Viscount Clandeboye.
from Revd Alison McBrierView a short film!
A short run through some of the beautiful and historic stained glass windows of Dunlop Kirk.See the stunning stained glass!
Learn a bit about the history of the Kirk.Learn from a local historian about the site!
A description of the concept and building of a new vestry extension in the graveyard and within an outstanding conservation area.Watch a short film!
Building Date: 1835
Photos Credit: G. Michael Hitchon.