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North Wraxall

Congregational Chapel, North Wraxall

Congregational Chapel, North Wraxall Date Photo Taken 2012
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Map Latitude 51.47128256152755 : Longitude -2.272694706916809
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Situated on Upper Wraxall Lane, joining the Upper Wraxall hamlet and the North Wraxall village is an independent chapel and chapel house dating from 1862. It is also known as the 'North Wraxall Congregational Chapel.' The chapel is still open in 2012.

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