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Yate, Gloucestershire         

Yate on Wikipedia.

The site of the former Baptist Chapel. Built before 1882, it was demolished before 1970 to make way for a fire station. Janet Gimber (2016).

Christ the Rock church congregation used to meet in the King Edmund Community School, Sundridge Park. Jim Parker. Since Jim took his photo, the school has been demolished, and replaced by Yate International Academy on the same site. The congregation now meet here. Janet Gimber (2014). Link.

Christadelphian Hall on North Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Wellington Road. Jim Parker.

Cranleigh Court Chapel on Cranleigh Court Road. Jim Parker.

Gateway Revival Church on Station Road. Jim Parker. Link.

The site of the former Gospel Hall. In use from 1862 until 1969, it was demolished to build an access road to a shopping centre. Janet Gimber (2016).

Grace Church on Station Road. See also Westerleigh, Gloucestershire, Janet Gimber (2014). Link.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on North Road. Jim Parker.

The remains of the former Mission Room, on Mission Road, which Janet thinks was a mission from St. Mary. Another view. Both Janet Gimber (2016).

The former Particular Baptist Chapel (1909) on North Road, now in residential use. Janet Gimber (2012).

St. Mary the Virgin on Church Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Link. Grade I listed - link.

St. Nicholas (CoE and Methodist) on Abbotswood. Jim Parker.

St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church on Sundridge Park. Jim Parker.

Tyndale Baptist Chapel holds services in Doddington Parish Hall. Jim Parker. Link. See also Little Sodbury, Gloucestershire.

The former Wesleyan Chapel (1905-1941) on Station Road, now in secular use. Janet Gimber (2016).

Yate Methodist Church on Moorlands Road. Jim Parker. Link.




01 September 2018

Steve Bulman

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