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London (City)

…Henry Venn (1796-1873), the son and grandson of prominent evangelicals, who later spent thirty-two years as secretary of the Church Missionary Society.   ST SEPULCHRE-WITHOUT-NEWGATE St Sepulchre without Newgate The

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Yorkshire (East Riding)

Yorkshire (East Riding)   YORK The uniquely splendid Minster, largely intact city walls and a wealth of medieval churches make York the main tourist destination in the north of England….

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Cambridgeshire

…military genius. He fought a Civil War to defend the rights of Parliament, but eventually expelled it and ruled as virtual dictator. Vague and indecisive at times, he could act…

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Oxfordshire

…books for children.   Cornmarket Street We can begin in the centre. Cornmarket Street is now mercifully traffic-free, but has still been voted one of the least attractive streets in…

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Northumberland

…much deliberation, he and many of his relatives and nobles were baptised at York on Easter Day 627.  York thus became the second great focus of Christian witness in England….

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London (Central)

…moved his family from rural Wales to Westminster to start a grocery business, and during the First World War the teenaged Martyn would help with milk deliveries around the area,…

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London (South)

news to the poor. Most of those who came recognised the need to feed bodies as well as save souls, and were active in a wide range of philanthropic ventures….

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Gloucestershire

…about Bible teaching. Raikes and Stock aimed to provide basic primary education for the hordes of illiterate children employed in factories and shops, who tended to run wild and cause…

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Lincolnshire

…On the north side is a twentieth century stained glass window, showing John Cotton bidding farewell to members of his flock as they leave for the New World on the

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Kent

…Second World War. Overlooking the grey waters of the Thames estuary is a ruined Saxon church with its distinctive square towers linked by a pointed gable. The only other prominent…

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