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Great to see inside the old church and read the information about it's history. Some old graves going back to early 1700's. Strange (and a little creepy) feeling to think we were walking on same ground as people did hundreds of years ago.
We first visited here a few years ago and never realised it could be reviewed, this is an amazing redundant church which is kept alive by the redundant churches and volunteers, so please , please put your donation in the box , it’s an amazing...More
This is a really interesting former church. The best part is probably the old graveyard - extremely atmospheric with crumbling stone monuments, many of them dating from 1700s. Inside it is quiet and peaceful with some information about the church and the area. On a...More
Wow what an interesting old church. Upstairs there were pews made from Jacobite painted wood. Very special
In the grave yard we were shown an old grave stone with skull and cross bones. Had to be early 1600s.
Worth a wander.
We certainly enjoyed our visit there was an exhibition of beautiful paintings of plants and flowers. Also some fabulous flower arrangements such a skill. Buy a bunch then stick them in a vase is my skill!! Two ladies there were helpful in answering questions and...More
The church, which has not been used for worship since 1998, has been very well preserved by a charity I have never heard of but who clearly know their business. There is information on boards and in booklets in the church. It charts the history...More
We were just wandering through Cromarty when we came across the East Church. The exterior was interesting, but the interior was very special and in great shape. They have an extensive description of its past. Scotland is doing a marvelous job in preserving places like...More
Cromarty is a delightful little town anyway but the East Church was most unexpected. Disused now but one of the most evocative buildings of its type we have seen in terms of a lifestyle now gone. The original pews, all of different sizes and the...More