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St Martin's Anglican Chigwell


Began operation in 1958 in an ex army hut obtained from Brighton Army Camp at a cost of nine hundred and ninety eight pounds.  This building had to be demolished because of asbestos sheeting in the roof and a new church was built on the same site at the Corner of Allunga Road and Junee Street. 

St. Martinís is part of the Claremont parish.









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