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St Peys Bryn

Started by: Joe Maplin (396) 

To be demolished,and one bed apartments
for homeless people to be built
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Started: 23rd Jun 2020 at 21:23
Last edited by Joe Maplin: 23rd Jun 2020 at 21:28:44

Posted by: Joe Maplin (396) 

sorry,cack at doing links

Replied: 23rd Jun 2020 at 21:26

Posted by: bambam (2179)

Surely not there's no other church in bryn, what about school kids do they not attend church sessions in lessons these days.

Replied: 23rd Jun 2020 at 21:33

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

Bambam the church closed over 3 years ago. Yet another 1960 build required over £1/4 million in repairs Services held at other venue including the school.

Replied: 23rd Jun 2020 at 21:59

Posted by: gaffer (6627) 

Replied: 23rd Jun 2020 at 22:22

Posted by: alan85 (118) 

I wonder if they will open up the old adjacent overgrown rabbit run path, it would be a short cut for the residents to access to Bryn station.

Replied: 23rd Jun 2020 at 23:30

Posted by: Joe Maplin (396) 

just had an update on this...Its not now for the homeless,but a short stay home for druggies....

Replied: 7th Jul 2020 at 22:11

Posted by: tonker (23072) 

Joe, plenty of local customers, eh.?

Replied: 12th Jul 2020 at 00:44

Posted by: Joe Maplin (396) 

could be reet Tonker,however these people will be coming from hostels,possibly from outside the borough.
28 smackheads all in one place,don't bear thinking about

Replied: 12th Jul 2020 at 12:33

Posted by: brynkiwi (715)

Sad to see such a piece of the old Bryn go. I was baptised there , was in the church choir,lots of memories of the old wooden church and the people who attended

Replied: 1st Sep 2020 at 10:26

Posted by: alan85 (118) 

I used to pump the old bellows pipe organ when I was a schoolboy, and God forgive if you let the air pressure get too low whilst the organ was being played. That was over 75 yrs ago.

Replied: 2nd Sep 2020 at 00:13

Posted by: RobinG (451)

Sorry, but I have only just noticed this entry. Why was the heading not given the correct title of St Peters. My father was a parishioner of the Church all his life, being christened there in September 1908, attending St Peters School, Singing in the choir, being married there, a member of the Church Council and a regular Sunday service attendee until his departure on New years Eve 1999, with his funeral taking place at St Peters on 12 January 2000.

Replied: 3rd Sep 2020 at 15:40

Posted by: Joe Maplin (396) 

Robin,sorry didn't mean to be disrespectful.
Was your father Alan ?

Replied: 4th Sep 2020 at 10:10

Posted by: RobinG (451)

Hi Joe, correct, spelled as Allan, it would have been his birthday next Wednesday.

Replied: 4th Sep 2020 at 17:26

 

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