Interior Apse St Conan's Kirk Loch Awe Argyll Scotland
Tour Scotland video of the interior of the Apse on visit to St Conan's Kirk in Lochawe, Argyll. This Scottish church building was designed by Walter Douglas Campbell, a wealthy amateur architect and skilled woodworker. Legend has that Campbell began the church so that his mother did not have to travel all the way to Dalmally from the house he had built on the island of Innis Chonain. Begun in 1881-86, the first period of building was a small cruciform church consisting of the modern Nave and part of the Choir. Campbell extended the church from 1907 until his death in 1914, wherafter his sister Helen continued the building until her death in 1927 and the current church was completed in 1930 by Trustees.