Abbey Hill United Reformed Church, Kenilworth :: Shared Description

The URC occupies two buildings. The one at the rear of the site with the interesting Gothick style windows is the original Congregational church built in 1828-9. In 1833 schoolrooms were added. This building is now the church hall. Due to an increasing congregation, a larger building was soon needed, which is the building which fronts on to Abbey Hill. This was constructed in 1872-3. For more details see the history pages at LinkExternal link
by John Brightley
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SP2872 : Detail of United Reformed Church, Abbey Hill, Kenilworth by John Brightley
SP2872 : The rear of the United Reformed Church and Conservative Club by John Brightley
SP2872 : Detail of original Kenilworth Congregational Church (now the URC) by John Brightley
SP2872 : Bus shelter and United Reformed Church, Abbey Hill, Kenilworth by John Brightley
SP2872 : United Reformed Church, Abbey Hill, Kenilworth by John Brightley


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Created: Sun, 18 Apr 2010, Updated: Sun, 9 May 2010

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