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Congregational Chapel, Cirencester, Gloucestershire


The Congregational chapel, in Dyer street, erected in place of the former chapel in Sheep street, is an edifice of stone in the Italian style, from designs by Mr. W. Gillbee Scott F.R.I.B.A. of London: in rear of the chapel is a long building, containing vestries, parlour, kitchen, large schoolroom, infants' school and class rooms: the total cost was about £5,200, and the chapel will seat 424 persons.

Congregational Chapel
Dyer Street