Places of Worship in Pitsligo Parish in Grampian Region

  • Culdee Chapel, Pitsligo

    There is currently no information about this earlychapel site, except the site today is within a cultivated field and there are no visible remains. 

    The area in which the chapel was thought to have been located.
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  • Hill Kirk of Rosehearty, Parish Church

    The Hill Kirk of Rosehearty is a large church which stands on top of a summit called Peathill. It stands within a large graveyard and cemetery and the remains of the former, older parish church stand a short distand to the south. The chu...

    View of Church from South
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  • Pitsligo Old Parish Church

    The old church of Pitsligo is located within a large graveyard on an elevated position on top of Peathill, which has panoramic views in all directions. The church was built in around 1630 and abandoned at the end of the 19th century when...

    View from north-east
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  • Rosehearty Former Free Church, Pitsligo

    This Free Church stands in the centre of a triangular-shaped former market space in the middle of Rosehearty, a fishing village located on the north coast of Aberdeenshire. There are mostly single-storey cottages around the church and th...

    View from the south-west
    6 photos
  • Rosehearty Former United Presbyterian Church

    This former church stands on the corner of Union Street and Church Terrace in the small former fishing village of Rosehearty. It is surrounded by domestic housing, mostly 19th century cottages and two storey terraces and is close to the ...

    View from the north-east
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  • Rosehearty Parish Church, Pitsligo

    Rosehearty Parish Church is a large, fairly striking building on the outskirts of the village, on sloping ground overlooking a large school. The church was built in the 1880s as a United Presbyterian Church but joined with Church of Scot...

    View from the south-east
    24 photos
  • Sandhaven Former Free Church

    This large former Free Church is located in the small village of Sandhaven, a coastal community close to the fishing village of Rosehearty. It is positioned along the main road through the village and is surrounded by a sports field to t...

    View from the south-west
    3 photos
  • Sandhaven Parish Church

    Sandhaven Parish Church was built in the late 19th century to serve the growing village of Sandhaven, a short distance from the small fishing town of Rosehearty. It is built end on to the main street through the village and has a small g...

    Exterior view from the north-east
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  • The Priest's Knowe Chapel Site, Rosehearty

    This is the site of a possible chapel and well, the water of which is said to have supplied a nearby castle. Ruins were apparently still visible in the 18th century, although it is said they were covered with sand blow in the 19th centur...

    The possible site of the chapel, in a field and close to a golf course.
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