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The old Parochial Church, Beith

Thought to have been built around the time of the reformation it stands on the site of a much older Chapel. It was partly demolished in 1810 when a new church was built and all that remains is the front gable and belfry. Today it is an attractive feature of the improvements made to Beith town centre in recent years.

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