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Churches, chapels and changing times in Quorn

This article appeared in The Quorndon magazine in Winter 2016. Philip Thornborow, who is the Liaison Officer for Methodist Archives in Britain, and lives in Quorn, has not only analysed the 1851 religious census for our village, but has also researched the history of the Methodists in Quorn.

The two elements have been brought together to produce a fascinating insight into the churchgoing habits of the residents of Quorn in Victorian times, and the article also reveals Chapels that you probably never knew existed.

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 Submitted on: 2017-02-23
 Submitted by: Sue Templeman, with grateful thanks to Philip Thornborow
 Artefact ID: 1974
 
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