Our sanctuaries is steeped in history, click on the images below to find out more

ABERDALGIE CHURCH

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PICTISH STONES

From 6th century AD Christian burials, to links with Kenneth Macalpin - the 9th Century AD king who unified the Picts and Scots, plus post-reformation patronage from St Andrews University, Forteviot is steeped in history. Includes archaeological artefacts of major significance such as the Forteviot bell and the beautifully exhibited Pictish carved stones. Across the road is the new Pictish carved stone of Forteviot.

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FORTEVIOT CHURCH

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ROYAL CONNECTIONS

A collection of photos taken on 29th May, 2014 during the Forteviot Fete which was a "Strathearn Showcase"  and  featured Stalls from the Perth Farmer's Market, many trades, exhibits and crafts from locals,  including bands and children's events.  This was especially for the Earl and Countess of Strathearn who were in Scotland on a day visit to Strathearn.

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