Wednesday, 15 July 2015
After the constitutional breakfast of tea and wholemeal granary toast with butter and marmalade, I felt the urge to revisit St Cuthbert's church, ruinous for a very long time indeed, and not used as a place of worship for two centuries.
This little church was used by worshippers at and within the proximity of Dunluce Castle.
I gather that it used to have a thatched roof.
There is a porch at the west end.
St Cuthbert's is today surrounded by gravestones, apart from the north side, where there is a solitary grave.
It's notable that the window openings are all (wisely) on the south side; the north side is solid.
I hope to write an article about St Cuthbert's at some stage.
Posted by Timothy Belmont at 09:13