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Tullich Church has a long and fascinating history, and was once a very important site at the heart of a thriving community. The church, now ruined, is built on the site of an earlier Medieval chapel. The early church would have had an earth floor and thatched or turfed roof. The present church building dates from around 1400 but was partly rebuilt after the Reformation in 1560. The church was in use until 1798 when it was replaced by a new church in Ballater. The church & graveyard are bounded by a circular wall, typical of this period. Folklore says this shape was to prevent the Devil finding a hiding place. Tullich is a Scheduled Monument in the care of Aberdeenshire Council. It was repaired & stabilised in 2018-19. The church was scanned in 2017 by a team from Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment at RGU. Our thanks to Marianthi Leon, Richard Laing & Theo Dunas. For more info visit the Aberdeenshire HER