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  • Collection: Orchard Slide Collection 2

ORCH.SL.0181.tif
Charles Hore pictured stood next to the bench end carved by himself for the Church. Charles Hore was a Cornish Bard

ORCH.SL.0179.tif
Cornish Evangelist and early itinerate Methodist preacher, born at Twelveheads near Truro in 1794, died 25th May 1868 aged 74

ORCH.SL.0178.tif
This Parish Church is dedicated to St Creden.
The churchyard and church have, within the late 19th and first part of the 20th-century, made a strong appeal to painters of the Newlyn School of Art, some of whom worshipped regularly at the church and…

ORCH.SL.0177.tif
As 0RCH.SL.0176, ORCH.SL.0177

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ORCH.SL.0176.tif
As ORCH.SL.0175

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ORCH.SL.0175.tif
Overview

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ORCH.SL.0174.tif
Public meeting amphitheatre, situated near Redruth with associations to John Wesley. John Wesley preached there 18 times between 1762 and 1789, although Gwennap Pit is about 1.7 miles (2.7 km) to the north west at the hamlet of Busveal near St. Day.…

ORCH.SL.0173.tif
View from the North-west

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ORCH.SL.0171.tif
View of the tower at sunset

ORCH.SL.0170.tif
View of the West end

ORCH.SL.0169.tif
View of the porch

ORCH.SL.0168.tif
As previous ORCH.SL.0167

ORCH.SL.0167.tif
Located near Nancledra, recognisable for it's squat square tower

ORCH.SL.0166.tif
Located in Chapel Street, Penzance. The finial is believed to be from the previous old St Mary's Chapel which occupied the site of the present church

ORCH.SL.0165.tif
Location Gwavas Road, St Peter's Hill. Built 1927 at a cost 5047 GBP

ORCH.SL.0164.tif
Located Fore Street, Newlyn Town, now a private dwelling. Penlee Quarry transport weigh bridge is featured in the lower left foreground

ORCH.SL.0163.tif
View from the Promenade

ORCH.SL.0162.tif
Fire damage 1985, situated In Chapel Street, Penzance
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