The Prince's Regeneration Trust works with community to save church

The Prince's Regeneration Trust is leading the plan to save a historic Royal Deeside Church, St Margaret’s Scottish Episcopal Church at Braemar for the benefit of local residents.

The church was was designed by architect Sir John Ninian Comper, is regarded as one of the finest examples of a British church. But its condition is so poor it is currently closed to the public. The Prince’s Regeneration Trust, which focuses on heritage-led regeneration, is leading plans to save the building.

Local residents will be invited to give their comments and ideas about the restoration to ensure its long-term future is sustainable and widely beneficial to the community. This beautiful example of religous heritage has great potential to be developed into a stunning community asset. 

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