Tag: Religion

All Saints' Church Blakeney

Dating from 1820 the chapel was a rebuild of an existing smaller early 18th century chapel. Read More

All Saints' Church Viney Hill

This Victorian church was begun in 1865 and consecrated in 1867, and was built as a memorial to Charles Bathurst. Read More

Bixslade Stoneworks

The stone works was opened in 1901 by Messrs. E. Turner & Sons of Cardiff to enable the working of stone brought down the Bicslade Tramroad from Spion Kop Quarry. Read More

Holy Trinity Church Primrose Hill

The present building occupies the site of a corrugated iron mission church put up in 1903. The new brick church building was erected in 1931 on land donated by Lord Bledisloe. Read More

Joyford Baptist Chapel

Originally built to seat around 50 people the chapel was surrounded on three sides by farmland with the Coleford road to the front. Read More


The Forest bordering Wales has the earliest recorded churches. Tidenham had a church by AD 700, and the Norman churches at St. Briavels and Hewelsfield indicate Welsh origin. Read More

St Andrew's Church Alvington

Just two small reminders of the Norman church remain, the chancel north window, and the south west corner of the nave. Read More

St Andrew's Church Awre

St Andrew’s is built of coursed rubble and ashlar and comprises chancel, nave with north aisle and south porch, and 15th century west tower, which is embattled and has three... Read More

St Andrew's Church Woolaston

Built of Old Red Sandstone, the church consists of chancel, nave, south aisle, north tower, and south porch. Read More

St James' Church Bream

St James Church was built in 1860 to a design by William White. The building consists of a nave with a north aisle consisting of four bays supported by marble... Read More

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