Cromarty East Church. SRCT.

St Peters Church, Sandwick, OrkneyFriends of the SRCT

By becoming a friend of the SRCT you are supporting our work to safeguard historic churches no longer required for worship. 

Anyone can become a friend of one of our churches - you don't need to live locally. All we ask is a minimum donation of £10.00. We use this to help with maintaining the church, we'll send you a newsletter to keep you informed with our projects and plansand send invites to any events that we're holding at the church.

You can find out more about all of our churches on our website. 

If you'd like to become a friend, you can make an online donation



or contact trust director Victoria Collison-Owen at:

email : 

address: 15 North Bank Street, EDINBURGH, EH1 2LP

phone: T: 0131 563 5135

          M: 07780 68296


Flowers at the reopening of East Church, CromartyFriends of the East Church

If you'd like to give some support to the East Church there are a variety of ways in which you can become involved:

  • If you are local to Cromarty you might be interested in helping to clean and open the church, so that visitors can enjoy the building at its best.
  • Or perhaps you might like to help organise events – such as musical evenings or flower festivals in the church
  • If you live at a distance, but would like to support the Friends group you can make an online donation or contact Victoria Collison-Owen, Scottish Redundant Churches Trust Director by emailing or phone 0131 563 5135

If you have enquiries about the church you can contact David Alston and Caroline Vawdrey - by email at or phone on 01381 600243

Become a friend
Support the work of the Scottish Redundant Churches Trust in looking after historic buildings like the East Church. more »
This prestigious historic building, which is set within a beautiful conservation town, deserves sensitive repair combined with quality craftsmanship.

Steven Laing, Managing Director of Laing Traditional Masonry Ltd

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