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London (City)

…the Bible. Unsuccessful, he fled for ever to the continent to carry on his great work there. In the 1660s, the well-known puritan pastor Richard Baxter (1615-1691) preached here. In…

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…particular person For general tourist information, visitors should consult www.visitengland.com or www.visitbritain.co.uk. Unfortunately it is not possible to include information on opening times, disabled access or other facilities. Wherever possible,…

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Yorkshire (South & West)

…standing by the river close to a weir.   HUDDERSFIELD Henry Venn (1724-1797) was vicar of St Peter’s Church (HD1 1BU), on the corner of Kirkgate and Lord Street, from…

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Oxfordshire

…ritual, liturgy and the sacraments. The cry was taken up by his colleagues Edward Pusey (1800-1882) and John Henry Newman (1801-1891), all three Fellows of Oriel College. They expressed their…

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Nottinghamshire

…which it has borne honourably ever since. William Booth’s birthplace William Booth (1829-1912) was born at 12 Notintone Place (NG2 4QG), a secluded courtyard just off Sneinton Road, not far…

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Lincolnshire

…while on the busy A1 nearby, juggernaut lorries have replaced the Edinburgh stagecoach. The whole town is built from honey-coloured limestone. Links with the eccentric and irascible Robert Browne (1550-1631)…

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Essex

…small chapel in Artillery Street (CO1 2EW) just off Barrack Street that the teenage Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) was converted on 6th January 1850. Spurgeon was living with his parents on…

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Kent

…rose-covered cottages, ancient inns and an old bridge. Vincent Perronet (1693-1785) came here as vicar in 1728 and remained for an astonishing fifty-seven years. He was one of John Wesley‘s…

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Gloucestershire

…great as any city of comparable size. It was the birthplace of the great evangelist George Whitefield (1714-1770), and in Queen Mary’s reign the bishop, John Hooper (1495-1555), was one…

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Shropshire

…preacher and scholar Philip Henry (1631-1696) and Bible commentator Matthew Henry (1662-1714). Henry senior lived and died at Broad Oak near Bronington, just across the Welsh border. St Alkmund’s Church…

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