The Free Church, St Ives

The Free Church, St Ives

John Tarring (c.1805-1875)

1864

Market Place, St Ives, Huntingdonshire

This Gothic-style church occupies a prominent position on Market Hill, and was given a tall spire to rival that of the nearby parish church. Much of the money for constructing it was donated by a wealthy local miller and nonconformist, Potto Brown, whose name is still well remembered in the area; the architect was a relative of his by marriage. Pomeroy's statue to Cromwell stands in the middle of the road outside the church.

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  • Photograph and text 2008 by Jacqueline Banerjee.

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