Scoonie, Fife

  • Former Baptist Chapel

    This white washed building with pitched red tile roof was originally constructed as Leven Baptist Chapel in 1892. Today it serves as a community hall. An extension has been added to the eastern end of the building, through which access to t...


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  • Former Salvation Army

    This white washed building with slate roof was originally the home of the Salvation Army in Leven. The inscriptions around the main doorway indicate that the building was erected in 1905, however it is unclear from what date the Salvation A...


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  • Former St. Andrew's Parish Church

    Originally Leven Free Church, this rectangular plan gothic church with bellcast slate roof was constructed in 1860-1. In 1900 it became Forman United Free Church before becoming St. Andrew’s Parish Church (in 1975), due to the unio...


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  • Leven Congregational House Chapel

    There was a chapel located in the upper floor of a house on North Street (formerly Back Street) in Leven from 1825-60. However, no evidence of the specific house or chapel could be found.

  • Leven Parish Church

    The current Parish Church in Leven was built 1901-4, replacing the original church which was located on the same site. The original church was built in 1775 to replace the Old Scoonie Parish Kirk (site number: 1467), which was located on th...


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  • View of eastern section of graveyard
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  • Scoonie Old Parish Church

    The Old Parish Church of Leven was constructed in the twelfth century and today all that remains of this church is a roofless burial enclosure. This structure may have been the session house or vestry of the church, which became redundant a...


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  • St Peter's Roman Catholic Church

    This building was constructed in 1870-1 in the Gothic style by Robert Baldie. It opened as Leven United Presbyterian church in 1871 and later became St. John�s United Free Church. In 1975 it became St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, an...


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  • St. Margaret Queen of Scotland Episcopal Church

    This building is in a gravel compound surrounded by bull-faced coped walls from which the railings and entrance gates have been removed.  The tower is known as the Gibson-Carmichael Tower, after the benefactor.   The archi...


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  • White Memorial Baptist Church

    This building was designed in 1914 by A. C. Dewar and opened in 1916. It is set back from the road at the end of a path and is surrounded by a well kept garden and red gravel car park. There is a hall/centre associated with the church wh...


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