Perth and Kinross

A village in Strathmore, east Perth and Kinross, Kettins lies a mile (1.5 km) to the southeast of Coupar Angus. Formerly in Angus, Kettins has a school, old coaching inn, airfield and a church on the site of a chapel built by a nearby Columban monastery. The present church was built in 1768 and enlarged in 1870 and 1891. In the churchyard stand a Pictish standing stone and a Flemish bell named Maria Troon that was cast in Belgium in 1519.

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