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Holy Well and Church, All Saints, Burton Dassett

Holy Well and Church, All Saints, Burton Dassett

Listed in the Domesday Book 1086, All Saints is a small church which was enlarged in the 13th and 14th Centuries from the prosperity of the local wool trade. It is now an architectural and historic gem on top of Burton Dassett hills, built on a slope which is extremely evident if you stand inside at the base of the tower and look towards the ...

Location: Southam, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

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Little Baddow URC

Little Baddow URC

300 year old chapel with a welcoming atmosphere in beautiful and peaceful "wild" but managed churchyard and gardens on the edge of village. Next door is the Little Baddow History Centre with exhibitions and information.

Standard opening times: Sundays 10.30 - 11.30 am and at other times March to November when the ...

Location: Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom

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Little Gidding

Little Gidding

St John’s Little Gidding is set in lovely countryside next to Ferrar House. In a peaceful setting near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Ferrar House offers secluded hospitality (including accommodation) for individuals and groups, for part of a day or longer, as well as offering facilities for visitors to the Church. It offers a small and intimate ...

Location: Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

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Llanfihangel y Traethau, Ynys

Llanfihangel y Traethau, Ynys

The name translates as “Church of St Michael of the Shores”. Ynys (island in Welsh) used to be surrounded by water at high tide and was a port and ship-building centre. The building - in a quiet isolated location - is pre-Reformation (1137-1170), pre-dating Harlech Castle. A rare inscribed stone in the graveyard dates the building (see Gallery ...

Location: Talsarnau, Gwynedd, United Kingdom

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Old Schoolhouse and Chapel, Huccaby

Old Schoolhouse and Chapel, Huccaby

Built in 1868 as a combined mission chapel and schoolroom, St. Raphael's still has the Victorian school desks which convert to pews. It has the distinction of being the only Anglican chapel in the country to be dedicated to the Archangel St. Raphael whose name means 'God's Healing' or 'God has healed', and who is also known as the patron saint of ...

Location: Yelverton, Devon, United Kingdom

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Peterborough Quakers

Peterborough Quakers

A still pool of quiet in a restless city, with a large, beautiful and peaceful garden. The Meeting House and its garden are an oasis of tranquillity. Parts of the garden symbolise the Quaker testimonies of Peace, Truth, Equality, Simplicity and Sustainability. The garden's labyrinth offers the opportunity for prayerful walking and ...

Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

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Point in View, Exmouth

Point in View, Exmouth

An early 19th century free church built by Mary and Ann Parminter adjacent to their home A La Ronde, now a National Trust property, on the edge of Exmouth. The Charity of Mary Parminter owns the 3 acre meadow in which the chapel is set along with 5 modern alms-houses and an early 19th century manse. Point in View church is an unusual square ...

Location: Exmouth, Devon, United Kingdom

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