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“A church on this site since 1178”
Review of St Bridgets Church

St Bridgets Church
Reviewed 17 January 2018

Took the opportunity to visit St Bridgets Church . The closest I could get is parking at the end of Sealstrand . Its a Half mile walk on the Fife Coastal Path .Set looking out over the scenic vista of the Firth of Forth it is open all year, admission is free and run under the auspices of Historic Scotland .With a well maintained graveyard many stones are in the early 18th century .The Church is accessible on the ground and upper levels. The place was ceded to Inchcolm abbey 1170 . The path is not great for wheelchairs but on a dry day when the ground is firmer it might be ok

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank craigluscar
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