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The foundation stone was laid by H. O. Wills, Esq. (of the Bristol tobacco company), the Church costing less than £1500 to build. It was opened for worship in 1862. Although the majority of non-conformist places of worship are referred to as chapels, this building has always been called a church.
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Photographer: © P. G. Wright (Gallery)(15th June 2012)
ImageID:1152641, Image size: 1372 x 1800 pixels
Comment by Chris Campbell(10th August 2013)
This not a picture of England. Please take down this photo as it is false advertising. This is a picture of Wales!
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