West Manse, Sanday, Orkney

When the Free Church of Scotland was established  in 1843, the people of Sanday erected a new church, manse and schoolhouse on a spot almost mid-way between the island's two established kirks.

The church was demolished and the school rebuilt in 1964, but the manse still stands, largely unaltered.  For over half a century it was inhabited by the Rev. Matthew Armour, a notable figure in Sanday's church history .

We sit at the very heart of the island, and not only geographically, since the neighbouring school building also houses Sanday Community Centre.

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