Places of Worship in Glamis Parish in Tayside Region

  • Easter Denoon Chapel, Glamis

    A chapel is said to have stood near Denoon Castle, within its grounds. The chapel was located at the bottom of an avenue of trees leading from the castle, on the banks of a stream. No remains were located when visited by the Ordnance Sur...

    View of where the chapel once stood
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  • Glamis Castle Chapel

    Glamis Castle chapel is located in the north-east corner of a wing, which was built between 1679-1683. There was a castle on this site in 1376, when it was granted by Robert I to John Lyon, Lord Glamis, who rebuilt the castle about then....

    View of the chapel from the exterior. It is the three windows on the 2nd floor, below the dormer windows
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  • Glamis Parish Church of St Fergus

    Glamis Parish Church is located in a rural setting, within a large graveyard, alongside the Glamis estate, village and castle. It is aligned east-west on the corner of the road leading into the castle grounds, with the manse located a sh...

    Glamis Parish Church
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  • St Fergus Well, Glamis

    This natural spring is situated in a small river valley below the current Glamis Parish Church, and is reached by a steep path with steps. The site was said to have been where St Fergus conducted open air religious services in the 8th ce...

    View of the well or spring
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  • Strathmore Aisle, Glamis Church

    The Strathmore Aisle is the only surviving part of the medieval parish church of St Fergus that stood on the site of the current Glamis Parish Church and which was demolished in 1792. It formed one of the transepts of the cruciform-plan ...

    Strathmore Aisle
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