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Devon

…parishes in Devon. From 1766 to 1768, he was curate of St Gregory’s church (EX10 0NQ), between Sidmouth and Exeter, before transferring to Broadhembury, near Honiton, as vicar. There is…

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Somerset

…(BS40 7AU) when he was overtaken by a violent storm and took shelter in the cleft of a rock that can still be seen. Augustus Montague Toplady (1740-1778) was inspired…

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London (South)

…4,000, but frequently 6,000 crowded in, many happy to stand. The building burned down in 1898, when Spurgeon’s son was pastor, and was again severely damaged in World War II….

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Gloucestershire

…was one of the greatest preachers of all time. It was said that his unaided voice could be heard by crowds of 30,000 in the open air. He attended Pembroke…

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Yorkshire (East Riding)

…used in the King James Version. From 1420 to 1810, this building housed York Minster library.   GOODMANHAM Sitting astride the Wolds Way footpath, the village lies midway between York…

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Warwickshire

…SHELDON Squeezed between the urban sprawl of Birmingham and its airport, this village is not a natural tourist destination. Thomas Bray (1656-1730) came here as rector in 1690. In 1695…

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Bedfordshire

…languages and 2,000,000 copies were printed in his lifetime. He is commemorated by a marble plaque on the north wall, with a flowery-phrased inscription typical of the period. Part of…

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Shropshire

…147,000 books. St Luke’s church Brothers Rowland Hill (1744-1833) and Richard Hill (later Sir Richard) were both born at Hawkestone Hall (SY4 5UX, now a hotel). Rowland was ordained deacon…

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Sussex

…Protestant, believing in salvation by faith, and rebuked the local vicar when he taught otherwise. He was arrested and imprisoned for eighteen months, but on his release continued to travel

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Kent

…at Cliffsend, erected in the nineteenth century. A few months later Ethelbert accepted the new faith and was baptised and Augustine then travelled to Arles in France to be consecrated…

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