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United Reformed Church, South End, Bassingbourn

United Reformed Church, South End, Bassingbourn

History of the URC Bassingbourn

Listed Building:

Chapel. 1790 with C19 additions and alterations. Timber-framed with roughcast render and plain tiled roofs, gault brick and slated roof additions.

United Reformed Church, South End

Marble tablet to Rev. Sam Bull, the first pastor of the church, ordained 1791, died 1826, on south wall. Samuel Dodkin (d.1808) left money for the upkeep of the chapel.

Sunday School treat c.1900

The reverse of the card says: The school treat outside the barn where the parson, superintendent and teachers prepared a lunch of beef and plum pudding – the coffee cooked in the butchers boiler.

2021 private house



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