Apparently this old church fell into disuse and was bought and given by the purchaser to the local community. The latter now has a theatre for live performances and an art gallery that occupies the body of the kirk. We enjoyed a short visit to see the latest exhibition. It is worth a visit for the building and now the gallery. The website explains when it is open and its uses.
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