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Hugh Smith’s letter from Islay

Kilchoman Cross is well worth visiting

IN A hilltop cemetery overlooking Machir Bay on the north-east of the Rhinns of Islay stands the impressive 8ft 4in, 14th-century Kilchoman Cross.

The burial place also contains what remains of the former Kilchoman Parish Church which ceased to be a place of worship 40 years ago. The now roofless church was built in 1827 and served a then populous island district.

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