The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Totnes, Devon         

Totnes on Wikipedia.
 

The former Congregational Church, on Station Road. SX 8037 6044. Heath Nickels.

Devon United Free Church (1877). SX 803 603. Norman Cummings (2015). Interior view, Heath Nickels. Link.

The Gospel Hall on Castle Street bears a date of 1924. Heath Nickels.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Ashburton Road, Puddavine, Dartington. SX 795 615. Paul E. Barnett (2016).

St. John. SX 808 602. Andrew Ross. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.

St. Mary and St. George (R.C.). SX 803 605. Norman Cummings (2015). Link.

Totnes Methodist Church on Fore Street. SX 804 603. Norman Cummings (2015). Link. The previous Methodist Chapel, on The Plains. SX 8057 6026. Heath Nickels. The grade II listing provides dates of circa 1861 - 1901.

A former Catholic Chapel stands on South Street at SX 8028 6037. Now converted to residential use, and listed as a former chapel on at least two estate agency websites, the 25" O.S. map of 1904-6 labels it as a R. C. Church. The history page of the website for St. Mary and St. George says that 1902 saw the opening of a church on South Street. Totnes Image Bank has more photos here (including interiors), and advises that the 1902 church was also dedicated to St. Mary and St. George, and had previously been school.

 

 

 

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