8 September 2019 (11:00 - 17:00)
St. John's Kirk was built in 1729, with a new clock purchased in 1731. Most of the church was demolished, when the present Parish Church was opened in 1808, leaving only the gable end. Inside, you can see the clock, the oldest public clock in Renfrewshire.�
Guided tours including the clock tower and graveyard.
Please note access is gained via a steep staircase, in adverse weather stout footwear is recommended.