Carnock, Fife

  • Cairneyhill Meeting House

    A dissenting meeting house originated in the village of Cairneyhill in roughly 1748. This meeting-house served a congregation of roughly four hundred.

  • Cairneyhill Parish Church

    This church, which is constructed on a Greek cross plan, was built to replace the old parish church (site number 2187).    It is a short distance south east of the original church, in a raised grass precinct set slightly b...


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  • Carnock Old Parish Church

    This narrow rectangular church dates to the early thirteenth century and it has undergone several phases of repair and reconstruction since this date. The first reference to the church dates from the time of Bishop Malvoisin of St Andrew...


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  • Carnock Parish Church

    This church, which is constructed on a Greek cross plan, was built to replace the old parish church (site number: 2187) and it is located a short distance south east of the original church. It is situated on a raised grass precinct set s...


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  • Carnock United Free Church

    Previous site of the Free Church at Carnock. The building is now demolished and has been replaced by a garage, although this may have incorporated building fabric from the church.


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  • Catholic Church of The Holy Name

    This church was constructed for Roman Catholic miners who had moved from Lanarkshire to work in the more prosperous coalfields of West Fife. Funding for this church was provided by the Smith-Sligo family of Inzievar House, which is locat...


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  • Oakley Parish Church

    This church is situated on raised ground and is set back from the road. It is located within a paved precinct which is surrounded by a wire fence and vegetation. There are houses to the north and an unused school on waste ground to the e...


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