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Hugh Smith’s letter from Islay

Kilchiaran Chapel

ON A hillside overlooking the picturesque Kilchiaran Bay on the west coast of Islay stands the now roofless ruin of a 13th-century chapel named after the Irish monk St Kiaran.

He also gave his name to the Church of Scotland place of worship situated between Bruichladdich and Port Charlotte and built in 1899 to cater for those moving to the village settlements from the more rural parish of Kilchoman.

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