Places of Worship in Leslie (Aberdeenshire) Parish in Grampian Region

  • Chapelton Chapel Site, Leslie

    The Ordnance Survey first reported a chapel being located here in the 1860s, south-east of the farm of Chapelton. It was said to be a small Roman Catholic chapel with at least two fonts. Faint traces of the possible site were noted then,...

    The field in which the chapel was located
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  • Duncanstone Congregational Church

    Duncanstone Congregational Church is located at the western edge of the small farming community of Duncanstone. It sits on high ground and overlooks rolling arable farmland in all directions. The church sits within small grounds with sev...

    View of the church from the south-west
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  • Johnston Chapel Site, Leslie

    A chapel is said to have been located in this area, and was still extant in 1800, between Johnston Farm and Mill of Johnston farm. However, a site has never been found and only a four figure grid reference4 can be given today. 

    The area in which the chapel may have been located
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  • Leslie Parish Church

    Leslie Parish Church is located at the southern edge of the rural Aberdeenshire village of Leslie, on the south-east slope of Bin Hill. The rebuilt Leslie Castle stands a short distance to the north-east. Open farmland surrounds the vill...

    View of the church from the north-west
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  • Waulkmill Church, Leslie

    This former Free Church was built east of Leslie village and stands by the roadside, overlooking a rural, arable landscape. It sits in small garden grounds with mature trees around the site. The church is no longer in ecclesiastical use ...

    View of the church from the west
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