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Yatton Keynell

Congregational Chapel, Yatton Keynell

Congregational Chapel, Yatton Keynell Date Photo Taken 2008
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n the late 1870s the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel was taken over by the Congregationalists. Later in the century Yatton Keynell was grouped with other small chapels at Castle Combe, North Wraxall and Ford to make joint contributions to the Congregational Union. The chapel and its graveyard are still in use today.


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