Athelstaneford kirk has many impressive graves including a number of medieval headstones. It is also the last resting place of Adam and Archibald Skirving. Both father and son are rememberd today for different creative works which are still admired and popular. Adam Skirving for his ballad Hey Johnny Cope and Archibald for one of the most recognisable images of Robert Burns.
The memorial to father and son is badly damaged and need of urgent repair and restoration. The restoration aims to make the grave and headstone safe for future generations and allow better interpretation so visitors to Athelstaneford can learn more about the lives of father and son.
Please make a donation to support the restoration project.
Please ensure you select your preferred currency.
The trust pays fees to process credit card donations, please consider making a bank transfer if you are making a larger donation - choose 'offline donation' below. If you would like to discuss a corporate or larger donation please email firstname.lastname@example.org