The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Tidworth, Wiltshire

Tidworth on Wikipedia.

Christian Family Ministries meets in the Royal British Legion premises on Pennings Road - seen by Streetview in 2021. SU 2361 4865. Link.

Holy Trinity on Plassey Road. Three more views - 1, 2, 3. SU 2344 4902. All Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II* listed. Two monuments in the churchyard are listed separately, for which see here.

The cemetery on Chapel Lane has a Mortuary Chapel. Large scale O.S. maps label it as Mortuary Chapel on Remains of St. Mary's Church. St. Mary is mentioned here where it says that permission to demolish was granted in 1784, as the church was in a poor condition. There was a long gap before its successor was built (see St. Mary, below), so did this St. Mary survive after 1784? SU 2396 4796. Chris Kippin (2023). Grade II listed.

St. Andrew's Hall on Avon Road is marked on some O.S. maps as a place of worship. Another view. SU 2335 4819. Both  Chris Kippin (2023).

St. Mary, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, stands on Shipton Road at SU 2354 4770. Another view. Both  Chris Kippin (2023). Link. Grade I listed, wherein it's dated to 1879.

St. Michael on St. Andrew's Avenue.  SU 2322 4838. Chris Kippin (2023). Link.

St. Patrick (R.C.) on St. Patrick's Avenue. SU 2314 4853. Chris Kippin (2023). Link.







28 March 2023

Steve Bulman

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