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Amesbury

Christ the King Roman Catholic Church, Amesbury

Christ the King Roman Catholic Church, Amesbury Date Photo Taken 2003
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Between 1794 and 1800 an English convent of Augustinian canonesses resided at Amesbury Abbey. There was no church until 1933 when one was opened in London Road, which then served chapels in neighbouring parishes. This church was replaced by a new church at Lord's Croft in 1985. There is a resident priest at Amesbury.


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