25. Our Lady of Sorrows

Garrynamonie, Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS8 5TX

Type:Architectural Trail

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Designed in 1965 by architect Richard McCarron, this Catholic church has been described as “brutalist”, owing little to traditional Outer Hebrides building styles. It was largely self-built by the parishioners.

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  1. A good area to see this species during the spring and summer.

    0.58 miles away
  2. The machair runs parralell to the beach and a great place to walk.

    1.24 miles away
  3. Along the west coast of South Uist is an approx. 20 mile strip of stunning white beach…

    1.29 miles away
  1. Kilbride House was home of Alasdair MacDonald of Boisdale. The house is no longer…

    1.45 miles away
  2. Sandy Beach looking out over the Sound of Barra.

    1.48 miles away
  3. At the very south of the Island, lies the Polachar Stone, looking out to sea.

    1.48 miles away
  4. This is a large, heavy-billed diver can resemble a goose, especially in flight.

    1.53 miles away
  5. Bottlenose dolphins can be seen in the Sound of Barra.

    1.55 miles away
  6. Along the west coast of South UIst lies around 20 miles of stunning white beach and…

    1.57 miles away
  7. The Listening Place Scuplture, forms part of the Uist sculpture Trail

    2.08 miles away
  8. A week long event of Gaelic song, dance and music.

    2.52 miles away
  9. A well-preserved aisled wheelhouse was excavated in 1952 in the machair at Kilpheder…

    2.64 miles away
  10. Free Church of Scotland
    2.68 miles away
  11. Common Seals can be found along the rocky areas inshore at low tide.

    2.69 miles away
  12. Found along the coast amongst rocky pools.

    2.69 miles away
  13. 2.78 miles away
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