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Digital Subscriptions > Life and Work > March 2019 > GRANT FOR FIFE CHURCH


A much-loved Fife church is to share in a £429,211 funding payout from the National Churches Trust.

A £20,000 National Churches Trust Repair Grant will help fund a project to fix damp in the sandstone walls of Saline and Blairingone parish church and to replace rotten timbers and linings.

The church, a prominent feature in the West Fife village of Saline, was built in 1810 and designed by William Stark, an eminent architect described as a “genius” by Sir Walter Scott. Stark died aged just 43, so few of his buildings have survived.

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