Cults Kirk is an old building and, like all old buildings, has to be maintained in order to keep it for future generations. Just as it costs money to keep our homes in good structural and decorative order, so it costs money to preserve this architectural gem. To ensure Cults Kirk has a future we seek your assistance in money, time and talents. If we don’t maintain this building, it will be lost both as a historic place of worship and as a memorial to Sir David Wilkie, one of Scotland’s most renowned artists.” Since its inception in 2004 the members of Friends of Cults Kirk have raised over £26,000 (to end of January 2017). Over that period it has spent over £18,000 on essential repairs to the roof, stonework, belfry and historic clock. ‘Friends of Cults Kirk’ has also been involved in the provision of a car park, preservation of Cradle Rolls and replacement of the Church sign. When it came to insulating the loft consideration had to be given to our brown long eared bats and professional guidance was provided. We are currently seeking estimates for necessary remedial work on the gutters of the church. It is our aim to maintain this ancient place of worship in pristine condition and we ask you to join us in that great endeavour.
Please download the Membership Form, complete and return with your payment.