Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Scotland's smallest cathedral

I've lived in Largs since 2002, and have travelled the ten minute ferry trip to the island of Cumbrae on umpteen number of occasions, but the one thing I have never done is to visit the Cathedral of the Isles on the island, the smallest cathedral in Britain, and some say in Europe.

Here, for my pennance, I'll happily point you to a blog post on the Scotland for the Senses blog, detailing what to expect, at http://scotland4thesenses.blogspot.com/2010/04/easter-sunday-at-britains-smallest.html.

I must do better - a trip is now on the cards...!

Chris

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1 comment:

PurestGreen said...

Thank you for the link! I hope you get to visit soon.