St John's Anglican Church
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St John's Anglican Church








Photo Courtesy of Colchester Regional Development Agency



Constructed of freestone, this church is a good example of the 19th century revival of the English Gothic style in ecclesiastical architecture. Construction began in 1873, but the church was not completed until 1881. The tower was a later addition, built in 1901-02. In 1906, the chimes of ten bells were installed, making this the only church in Truro to have such a distinction at the time.

Text Courtesy of Truro Development Corporation Ltd.

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