Brampton, Cumbria – St Martin

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    ".....The original church of Brampton stands at Brampton Old Church, 1½ miles to the west of the town in the middle of a Roman fort. It is connected to the missionary work of St Ninian. There was a 1778 plan for demolish most of it and build a church in the centre of what was by now a Market Town. An almshouse had been built a century earlier, and a church was built, attached to it. The book says “the building seems never to have attracted the love of its parishioners”, and tells the story of the rows over pew rates in the mid C19. Christopher Benson was Vicar here for 33 years....."
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    Northernvicar’s Blog
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    Link: https://www.northernvicar.co.uk/2016/05/19/brampton-cumbria-st-martin/
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 3 years, 3 months ago
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