The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Bodmin, Cornwall

Bodmin on Wikipedia.

According to the grade II listing, the ruined Berry Tower which stands in the cemetery on Cemetery Road is all that survives from the Chapel of the Holy Rood. It dates from the beginning of the 16th century. SX 072 674. Paul E. Barnett (2016).

Chapel of St. Leonard (disused). SX 062 670. Andrew Ross.

Church of St. Mary & St. Petroc (R.C.). SX 060 669. Adjacent is St. Mary's Chapel. Both Andrew Ross.

Glynn Valley Crematorium. SX 092 656. Paul E. Barnett (2018).

The former Methodist Church. SX 063 670. Andrew Ross. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016), who advises that this was built in 1840, enlarged in 1885, and is now a pub. The current church occupies what appears to be a former shop. SX 063 670. John Balaam (2013).

New Life Christian Fellowship, on Chapel Lane. SX 069 670. Andrew Ross.

The former Prison Chapel at Bodmin Jail, now in use as a function suite. SX 065 675. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.

St. Lawrence's Community Church. SX 060 669. Andrew Ross.

St. Petroc. A curious tomb? in the grounds. Can you confirm what it is? Janet Gimber has advised that the supposed tomb is in fact St. Guron's Well-House. SX 072 671. Both Andrew Ross. Another view, Bill Henderson (2017). Link1. Link2.

Seventh-day Adventist Church. SX 071 669. John Balaam (2013).

A possible former church, which stands at SX 065 671. Paul E. Barnett (2016).




19 September 2018

Steve Bulman

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