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Robin Chapel of the Thistle Foundation

J. W. Herries

Robin Chapel of the Thistle Foundation

by J. W. Herries

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Published by Thistle Trust in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tudsbery, Robin F. S., 1919-1945.,
  • Thistle Foundation. Robin Chapel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. W. Herries and Francis Tudsbery. With a foreword by Charles L. Warr.
    ContributionsTudsbery, Francis Cannon Tudsbery, 1888-1968, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA5481.T487 H47
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 133 p.
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5232190M
    LC Control Number75302373

    History Our work has changed a lot over the years; our values and commitment haven't. Sir Francis and Lady Tudsbery set up Thistle Foundation and built the Thistle Estate in Craigmillar in to provide homes for disabled ex-servicemen that would, in the words of Sir Francis, enable them “to live in homes of their own, surrounded by their. The Robin Chapel and Thistle Foundation The Thistle Foundation is a charity founded by Sir Francis and Lady Isabella Tudsbery in to provide housing and support for disabled servicemen from WWI. It provides a community supported by professional staff to create as normal an environment as possible for families to live together Link. While.

    Visit To Robin Chapel and to Thistle Foundation Centre of Wellness. The Robin Chapel which is within the grounds of the Thistle Foundation is a unique Memorial Chapel founded in by Sir Francis and Lady Isabella Tudsbery in loving memory of their only son Lt. Robin Tudsbery killed in Germany five days before the end of World War II. An inter-denominational chapel, still in use as such, built to commemorate Robin Tudsbery, the only son of Sir Francis and Lady Tudsbery, who was killed in the closing stages of the Second World War, and to provide the centrepiece of the Thistle Foundation estate, the village for disabled ex-servicemen, commissioned by the same.

      Robins Chapel, Thistle Foundation CRAIGMILLAR ARTS, CULTURE AND HERITAGE TRAIL. Robin Chapel’s stained glass windows by Sadie McClelland. McClelland is recognized as one of the finest stained glass artists of the 20th : K. Niddrie Mains Road, Thistle Foundation Estate, the Robin Chapel (Inter-Denominational) with Entrance Gates and Gatepiers is a Category A listed building in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.


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Herries. The story of the Robin Chapel is a gracious and moving one. It tells of a beautiful chapel built in at the centre of a unique housing complex – The Thistle Foundation – in the south east of Edinburgh.

The Robin Chapel and Thistle Foundation:: Shared Description. The Thistle Foundation is a charity founded by Sir Francis and Lady Isabella Tudsbery in to provide housing and support for disabled servicemen from WWI.

Visits To The Robin Chapel. January 27th, |. Regrettably the proposed visit to the Robin Chapel and Thistle Foundation scheduled for Thursday 26th March has had to be cancelled as from 17th March the Thistle Foundation will be closed to the Robin Chapel of the Thistle Foundation book.

James Slimings BMus (Hons) MMus. ORGANIST: Morley Whitehead GRSM FRCO LRAM ARCM. The Robin Chapel is managed by The Thistle Trust, Scottish Charity SC The Robin Chapel, Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh, EH16 4EA.

Welcome to the website of the Robin Chapel. Whether you come as part of a Christian denomination or none all have a place within these walls; where the love of God dwells.

Within these pages you will discover the work of the Chapel, its purpose, and function. The Chapel holds a unique place within the ecclesiastical life of Scotland in being. Robin Chapel sits in the grounds of the Thistle Foundation, a housing complex for disabled veterans built by the couple.

Anniversary: The Queen and Princess Margaret were just teenagers when Lt. The cheapest way to get from Scotland to Robin Chapel costs only £11, and the quickest way takes just 57 mins.

Find the travel option that best suits you. The Robin Chapel is an ecumenical Christian place of worship in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built in memory of Lieutenant Robin Tudsbery, who was killed in the closing days of World War II.

This book tells the story of the chapel. Hardback with plastic dust jacket. Book used good condition. Dust jacket poor with several. The Robin Chapel, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. likes 51 talking about this 23 were here.

An inter-denominational chapel in Edinburgh with weekly choral services. Find us on a map Followers: The oak throughout the chapel is from Binning Woods on the estate of the Earl of carving on the panels and the stalls is the work of Thomas Good of Ramsay Lane, who was responsible for much of the carving in St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall and other works in London and New York.

He claimed that the oak used for the Robin Chapel was the most beautiful he had ever worked. Buy The Robin Chapel of the Thistle Foundation, Etc. on the Memorial Chapel Dedicated to Robin Tudsbery. with Plates, Including Portraits by Herries, James William & Francis Cannon Tudsbery Tudsbery & Robin Tudsbery (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Herries, J W & Tudsbery, Francis. The Thistle Chapel, located in St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, is the chapel of the Order of the Thistle.

At the foundation of the Order of the Thistle inJames VII ordered Holyrood Abbey be fitted out as a chapel for the Knights. At James' deposition the following year, a mob destroyed the Chapel's interior before the Knights ever met y: Scotland.

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pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt Rating: % positive. The Robin Chapel and Thistle Foundation A view from the east, with the bowling green in front, and the new Tudsbery Centre behind to the left. The Thistle Foundation is a charity founded by Sir Francis and Lady Isabella Tudsbery in to provide housing and support for disabled servicemen from WWI.

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Denomination: Ecumenical Address: Thistle Foundation, Edinburgh, EH16 4EA Local Authority: Edinburgh Listing: A WEBSITE. Church Overview. Memorial to Robin Tudsbery, killed in the last days of the Second World War; designed by Architect John F Matthew, ; originally at the centre of a housing complex for war.

Maybe they get more folk attending when the weather isn’t fierce and filthy, but if you’ve never been to the Robin Chapel then you’ve missed a choral treat. Built in memory of Robin Tudsbury as part of the Thistle Foundation, it is described as interdenominational but appears to be more or less Anglican.

They have a super little choir who Author: Soul Searcher.Thistle Foundation is a company limited by guarantee and registered in Scotland, number SC Our Scottish charity number is SC Site by Primate.

Queen greeted by crowds of well-wishers as she visits Thistle Foundation's base in Edinburgh to celebrate charity's 70th anniversary. THE QUEEN also attended a service in Robin Chapel .