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St. Oswalds, Tunbridge

This was a wooden church built in 1905. It was bricked up in 1980's. It is now in the Southern Midlands Parish but was in the Oatlands Parish. It is seldom used now.

St. James, Jericho

A church was built about 1829 and consecrated in 1838. It was designed by John Lee Archer. This was pulled down and a new freestone church designed by Henry Hunter and built by Walter Fish, was consecrated in 1888 by Bishop Sandford

It is not used now and in the Southern Midlands Parish formerly Oatlands.  

St. Peter's Oatlands

This stone church was designed by John Lee Archer and was begun in 18 38. It was dedicated in 1844.

In 1958 the church was renovated and a vestry added. There is a large reed organ in it but rarely played.

It was in the Parish of Oatlands but now in the Southern Midlands Parish.

All Saints, Melton Mowbray

Was in the Bothwell parishbut now the Southern Midlands. The church was opened in 1937 and consecrated in 1938

St. Andrew's, Ellendale

The nave of the church was built in 1889 and the Nave was added in 1890. It is in the Hamilton Parish

St. John the Evangelist, Lower Marshes

This church was in the Oatlands Parish which is now the Southern Midlands parish. It was Designed by Alexander North and  consecrated on 25th  October 1893.  Money was left by M.J.Jones for the building of this church.

For a number of years it was used on the 5th Sunday in the month.


 



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