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Returned to visit what was for many years my family church, best known by anyone passing through the town by railway or on the nearby motorway for its eye-catching gold spire. Had forgotten what a wonderful building this is sitting as it does adjacent to...More
Upon arrival, I experienced a series of visions, in not on to exaggerate but it literally felt like a thousand blunt knife tearing at my flesh. I also don’t normally believe in the supernatural but after this I’m having a serious rethink, the voices that...More
This is a beautiful church with lots of history. The nice lady guide was especially informed and took the time to point out special items around the church. The needlepoint, alone, is worth a look not to mention the stain glass.
Recently organised a highly successful Autumn Concert with the Glasgow Phoenix Choir on behalf of the Rotary Club of Linlithgow & Bo'ness. It was in the evening and the interior of Church was absolutely stunning. The lighting was perfect and the sound system was clearly...More
We visited when we were boating nearby and were not disappointed. Beautiful interior and interesting history of this very old church. We were given a sheet with a short self-guided tour that had some interesting facts. Great little visit. Be sure to see the cemetery...More
When in linlithgow - take the time to visit this church.
Inside look about - and look up too - there are so many little things to see - especially the wood carvings of little animals on the benches.
Volunteers are there to give...More