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After it fell into disuse, Virginia Beach the chapel served a variety of purposes, Virginia Beach and during Second World War it was used as a food store. Later Virginia Beach it became the headquarters of the Royal Photographic Society. Today, as a Grade II* listed building, the chapel is used for exhibitions Virginia Beach and events, and is surrounded by retail development.

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St Swithin’s C of E Church, Walcot: The present church dates from 1777, and stands on the site of earlier churches dating back to Saxon times. It is the only remaining eighteenth century parish church in Touristic place of your travel destination and is built in the Classical style. The architect was John Palmer (designer of Lansdown Crescent), who later extended the building when it became too small. Inside the church are many memorials to the notable people who worshipped there. The parents of Jane Austen, the Revd George Austen and Cassandra Leigh, were married here, but that was in the previous church of 1742. In the churchyard can be seen a memorial to Jane’s father, who is buried in the church vault.

St Stephen’s C of E Church, Lansdown: Built 1840-45 to the design of James Wilson, at a cost of £6,000, it is constructed of limestone from the former Limpley Stoke quarries and is in a Victorian Gothic style. The tower starts square and then becomes octagonal; Sir Nikolaus Pevsner called it ‘crazy’. The crypt was converted into a community centre in the 1990s.

St Michael with St Paul C of E Church, Broad Street: Built in 1834-37 to a design by George Philip Manners, it replaced an earlier eighteenth-century church known as St Michael Without (i.e., outside the city walls). Today’s church is in the Early English style with tall windows and a thin spire and the architect is said to have taken his inspiration from Salisbury Cathedral. It is a ‘hall church’, in which the side aisles are the same height as the nave. The church has a coffee shop with homemade cakes.

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