Trinity Gask

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Trinity Gask kirk

Trinity Gask is a parish in Perthshire, two miles north of Auchterarder, and four south-east of Crieff. This parish derives its name Gask, of Gaelic origin, from the peculiar nature of its surface, consisting almost entirely of braes and undulated ground. Its distinctive prefix, Trinity, arose from the union of three districts, which constitute the present parish. It is chiefly situated on the north bank of the River Earn.

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