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All Saints Church, Hackbridge and Beddington Corner, Surrey

All Saints Church, Hackbridge and Beddington Corner, Surrey

The church and grounds provide a quiet oasis and a place of prayer in an urban environment.

In the 1840’s, Hackbridge and Beddington Corner were two distinct hamlets, separated by fields and orchards. A school for local children in Beddington Corner doubled as a church on Sundays until in 1893 an ‘iron church’ with an exterior of ...

Location: Mitcham, Surrey, United Kingdom

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All Saints, Waterden

All Saints, Waterden

The tiny church of All Saints Waterden is extremely isolated even in the very rural context of Norfolk churches. The village of Waterden disappeared in late mediaeval times leaving the building alone in the fields accompanied only by its Rectory (now the Old Rectory) and Waterden Farm a quarter of a mile distant.

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Location: Walsingham, Norfolk, United Kingdom

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Burning Bush Barn Contemplative Art Space

Burning Bush Barn Contemplative Art Space

Sadly, Burning Bush Barn as a project closed at the end of August 2018, prior to the retirement of Wendy Shaw, the Curator. The Diocese of Norwich has yet to announce what will happen in the future and how the building might be used although it is hoped that the art and spirituality work will continue in the Diocese in some way.

Location: Norfolk, United Kingdom

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Cockfield Church and Glebe Garden

Cockfield Church and Glebe Garden

800 year old stone church c 1188, extended 1864 and 1911, in quiet churchyard at east end of Cockfield village. Ancient leper window and priest’s door visible from outside. South aisle and altar available for flexible worship space. There is also the quiet space of the Glebe Garden (next to the Rectory) which celebrates the mining heritage of ...

Location: Bishop Auckland, Durham, United Kingdom

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Escomb Saxon Church

Escomb Saxon Church

The church at Escomb is enclosed by a circular stone wall, which indicates that there was a Celtic spiritual community there before the church was built. It is likely that this would have been a historic spiritual gathering place, set on the crossing-place of an ancient track along the River Wear and a ford across the river. The five springs on ...

Location: Bishop Auckland, Durham, United Kingdom

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Greyfriars, Canterbury

Greyfriars, Canterbury

Greyfriars Garden, beside the river Stour, at the heart of the busy city of Canterbury, is the oldest Franciscan site in the UK, where the first Franciscans to come to this country arrived in 1224. Greyfriars Chapel, which may once have been the friary guest house, is all that is left of the 13th century friary. The ground floor now houses a ...

Location: Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom

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Hedd Wen, Abergavenny

Hedd Wen, Abergavenny

Hedd Wen Peace Place is a welcoming space for all faiths and none. Set in a terraced row in a village setting. The entrance is accessible from the street and continues on one level, from the lobby, across the meeting room into the Peace Garden. The meeting room has a small kitchen area and wood burner. The garden offers a quiet place for ...

Location: Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom

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