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19 September 2021 (2pm-4pm)
Holy Trinity, Stirling, dating from the late 1878 is a stunning Category A Listed church.
Converted by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in 1921 to commemorate the fallen of World War 1, the building and it's interior are in near original condition. There are many original fittings and it is noted particularly for the high-quality stained glass windows and range of military memorials, including the carved war memorial in the Memorial Chapel.
Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church in Stirling is Category A Listed and dates from 1878. It is one of famous Scottish architect Sir Robert Rowand Anderson’s most distinctive churches and is little altered since consecration in 1878. The interior is in near original condition and retains many original fittings, apart from a Memorial Chapel created by Robert Lorimer in 1921 to commemorate the fallen of World War 1. This church has particularly good examples of stained glass windows and military memorials, including the carved war memorial in the Memorial Chapel.
Guides will be available to visitors on arrival.
Architect: Robert Rowand Anderson, Robert Lorimer
Building Date: 1875-6
There will be a small exhibition on the life and work of St Ninian of Whithorn. Tours will be offered to visitors on arrival.
Disabled access with ramp