Places of Worship in Slains Parish in Grampian Region

  • Forvie Old Church, Slains

    The remains of Forvie Church lie in an isolated location among coastal sand dunes, a short distance north-west of the current high water mark. The church dates to the 13th century or before, and was dedicated to St Adamnan. It was the pa...

    View of the area in which the church is located
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  • Slains Parish Church and Errol Aisle

    Slains Parish Church is situated in a small, isolated hamlet close to cliffs on the east coast of Aberdeenshire. The church is surrounded by a walled graveyard on fairly steeply-sloping ground, with the remains of the old church alongsid...

    View of the church and graveyard from the south-west
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  • St Fidaman's Chapel, Slains

    This small ruinous chapel is located in a wooded corner of a large arable field, bordering a quiet rural road which connects a number of farms and hamlets. A small stream runs past the chapel and has been straightened in places to create...

    View of the chapel ruins from the south-west
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  • St Ternan's Well, Slains

    An apparent holy well, dedicated to St Ternan and possibly used as an early place of worship, has been identified as a natural spring in the grounds of the manse of Slains Parish Church. There is no man-made structure around the spring o...