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Redland Chapel

Redland Chapel
Redland Chapel
Redland Chapel is located in Bristol
Redland Chapel
Location within Bristol
General information
Town or city Bristol
Country England
Coordinates
Completed 1742
Design and construction
Architect John Strahan

Redland Parish Church (church in the Redland suburb of Bristol, England.

It which was built, probably by John Strahan or William Halfpenny,[1] with plasterwork by Thomas Paty, in 1742 as a private chapel for the local manor house, Redland Court, which is now Redland High School, though it was not consecrated until 1790. It eventually became the parish church when the parish of Redland was separated from Westbury-on-Trym in 1942 and, unusually, has no dedication to a patron saint. It is a Grade I listed building.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Burrough, THB (1970). Bristol. London: Studio Vista.  
  2. ^ "Redland Parish Church". Images of England. Retrieved 2006-07-09. 

External links

  • Redland Parish Church
  • Redland Chapel, Bristol, ChurchCrawler


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