Kennoway, Fife

  • Arnot Gospel Hall

    This church was built in 1750 as a Burgher Church and its first minister was ordained in 1758.   It is towards the north of the town of Kennoway,  on rising ground behind a coped wall. The church is gable ended, facing eas...


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  • Chapel Brae

    There is a tradition of a chapel having been sited in the fields behind the Caravan Park at Letham Feus. The foundations of a building were removed in the early nineteenth century. An ordinance survey map of 1855 marks the 'Site of Ch...


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  • Elim Christian Centre, Kennoway

    This small church was built in 1848 as a Free Church. It is located near the centre of the village of Kennoway, on New Road, and is now in use as a Pentecostal Church. It sits within small grounds with a retaining wall and face...


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  • Kennoway Old Parish Church

    A church was built on this site in the eleventh century and demolished c.1850 when the new parish church was built to the north (site number: 4643).    The church was dedicated St. Kenneth and was situated in a graveyard w...


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  • St. Giles' Roman Catholic Church

    St Giles' Roman Catholic Church is located near the centre of Kennoway, close to the playing fields of the town's school. It sits within fenced grounds with a combination of monoblock paving and a tarmac parking area. The church was buil...


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  • St. Kenneth's Parish Church

    This church was built in 1850 by Thomas Hamilton to replace an earlier building to the south (site number: 1212). The datestone from the old church, built in 1619,  is reused in the north elevation.   The church lies next ...


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