Livingston Village Kirk
11 September 2021 (10.00am until 4.00pm) 12 September 2021 (12noon until
4.00pm) West Lothian The earliest surviving records of a church at Livingston
are from the second quarter of the 12th C. The date of the present building is
uncertain but is possiblly as early as the 16th C. There is a date stone
inscribed as "rebuilt 1723". The building is Category B Listed and benefitted
from a significant refurbishment in 2010. The interior has been much modified
over the years. The pews date from the 18th C and the puilpit is Victorian.
There are several interesting headstones in the kirkyard dating from the 17th
and 18th C. Facilities Disabled Access Disabled WC WC Refreshments Events for
Children Parking Access - there is no wheelchair access to the balconies.
Building Date: Probably 16th Century Pre-booking not required
Kirk Lane, Livingston Village, EH54 7HY