Cockpen and Carrington Parish Church
A 200 year old, A listed building, the Church sits in Cockpen cemetery, surrounded by beautiful trees. The bell in the Church tower is Flemish in origin and regarded as somewhat unique. It is rung every Sunday prior to worship, as welll as on special occasions. The Church has a magnificent Wadsworth Pipe Organ which is played every Sunday for worship and also for funerals and weddings.
Exhibition of Church's history, with some fascinating items on display, including the Laird of Cockpen's waistcoat. Chance for visitors to have a go ringing the bell. For a small cost, a booklet written by local historian, Helen Renton, is available, detailing Church's 200 year history.
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- Cockpen Road
- EH19 3AT
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