This evening, I am reporting on today’s walk around Knock Hill, near Largs on the West of Scotland. This circuit extends to 8 miles in course of which the group encountered an electic mix of sights including dead sheep, a lamentation of swans, stunning views over the Firth of Clyde, a castle, mating frogs and pony and trap.
This evening, I am focusing on an impressive and intruiging piece of church architecture as represented by the Old High Kirk ( Presbyterian) at Kilmarnock , Ayrshire, S.W.Scotland which was erected between 1731 and 1734. The design may have been influenced by that of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London which opened in 1724. Further information as follows: