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Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel
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Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel

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Julie Thomson
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Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel
RandS Buildings
Brick-built and collonaded house from across street
Celluloid negative

Negatives Collection, The Record Office

The Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel on East Bond Street was built in 1708, making it the earliest example of a brick building in Leicester. It was originally built as a 'Meeting House of Protestant Dissenters', for Christian non-conformists.
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