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Zion Baptist Chapel

History of Zion Baptist Chapel

Described by Pevsner as  ‘hulking Italo-Romanesque, of gault brick, by William Peachey of York, 1877-9.’

A history of the church can be found on their web site:

Urbs Camboritum, Zion Chapel

Urbs Camboritum, Zion Chapel

1930s to 1950s:

HQ of the 26th Cambridge (Zion) Scout troop


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