A Flickr tour through Meeting houses in Cornwall

Here is Come-to-Good Meeting House

In use. Photo: Tony Haynes

Here is Marazion Meeting house


1688, in use. Looking north east.
Major repairs 1742, Classroom extension built 1961.
Picture taken in 2003; this is a copy of a print – quality will be improved on next visit.

Here is St. Austell Meeting Room

St Austell meeting room

Photo Vernon White. http://www.flickr.com/photos/vernon39/
In use. The high ministers’ stand is customary in Cornwall in this period.


1 Comment

  1. T. Driver said,

    April 11, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    Lovely choice of photos! I detect a Cornish theme… What worries me about using images from the internet is permission and attribution. For instance the Come-to-Good photo is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 Generic, i.e. anyone can use it, non-commercially, without altering it, as long as they attribute it to the original author. It’s probably always good practice to say where an image is from, and who the author is.
    The sun is streaming in on all these pictures – I can almost hear the birds singing.

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