Welcome to the Guestbook. Please add your comments below...






Show email?



Number of characters remaining: 1000



We use ReCaptcha on this site to help prevent spam comments from being submitted.

To solve this ReCaptcha, click the images that respond to the challenge. If you are having difficulty with the chalenge, click on the captcha refresh button to get a new one.

Visually impaired users can click on the audio button to hear a set of numbers that should be entered instead of the visual challenge.

More help can be accessed by clicking on the recaptcha help button.




Posted by Robin Archibald on 29/08/2017   Email

I lived at Shottskirk for some years, whilst my father, John Archibald, was headmaster at the local school. The shadow of the church looms large as I travel along the M8, as does the knowledge that my maternal great great grandfather was minister, William Martin Watt, at the church for sixty years. My abiding memory is of my father rehearsing on the church organ, with only the organ loft lit, and the church embraced in dark around me as a child wtih the sound of the organ resounding through the pews (now gone). I occasionally stop at the Church, look down to the school, and remember a happy childhood in Shottskirk in the nineteen sixties. Adulthood has been spent in London and Edinburgh but my children are all aware of where my childhood was spent - in the biting winds of North Lanarkshire and all the prouder for it.


Posted by Jessie Meaklim on 03/04/2015   Email

Greetings to all from Australia. My maiden is Jessie Wood. I was a Sunday School teacher and choir member before leaving for Australia in 1951. My daughter Jean was baptised there in 1956 when my husband and I were in Scotland on holiday.


Posted by karen rangno on 08/06/2014   Email

Please add my name to guetbook


Posted by Villager on 06/04/2014

Good luck to Rev. Spence in her retirement and thank you for your hard work and devotion to your parish. With much kindness and respect On behalf of the Salsburgh Facebook page.


Posted by Stuart Hammerton on 17/11/2013   Email

Hi, I've been meaning to say for a few weeks a thank you all who made us feel so welcome to your church when we visited your open day. I thought it would be a 10 minute stop, but we ended up sitting there for a good 45 minutes to an hour drinking tea and chatting to everybody. It was a very nice time and we were all so glad we came over. We came from Glasgow, and there were two visitors with us from Poland. Please accept our best wishes with your ministry and your fund raising in the future.


Posted by E.Phillips on 06/02/2013

Nice to see the church well kept.


Posted by E.Phillips on 31/07/2012

I visited the cemetery a couple of weeks ago and it is still well looked after .Which is nice to see.


Posted by Isabelle Lipka on 11/12/2011   Email

I was called Isa Colligan and grew up at 5 Bogfoot Rd, and emigrated to the States in 1958, went to Shotskirk school and Airdrie Academy, and attended Kirk 'Shotts. My Dad was Matt Colligan, and Mom was May Jack. This web site is great, especially school pictures, too bad names ar missing on some of them. I left Airdrie Academy around 1957,and would love to hear from any old school pals.


Posted by Robert Leishman on 02/10/2011   Email

In 2002, I visited your church. My great grandparents, William Leishman and Ann Forsyth were married in your church on 3 March 1846. I also visited the Forsyth Farm near Shotts. Many of Ann Forsyth's ancestors are buried in your churchyard. Robert Leishman, Tampa, Florida, USA