[Bell Historians] Minster Churches

Andrew Bull a_m_bull at GDmo_Yc7fNZ2zvN-C3MF5Nun4VwzbZPI1-XAmljQlgeXAnVOyaxIYNC41KMznl6uXVSk0TlyDB0T1TxJrA.yahoo.invalid
Mon Oct 20 16:05:37 BST 2008

I live near Berkeley, and ring there quite often - this is the first I've heard that it's a "minster"!
  Andrew Bull

Richard Offen <richard.offen at SmtnuJxG4m1n9DEDiqNZLHEQpSqoFsn1QqjUn7B72WBrUgXuCZIVVpHoc0LteroYOKQI9U47AFqk7w_rH7XTOB0.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
              Oh God!   Now there’s another one:  Minster church of St Thomas of Canterbury & St Thomas the Apostle, Newport, IoW.
  They’re breeding like flies!
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        The BBC did not get their information from Wikipedia! It tells us exactly what a Minster is. Of course, Wikipedia is never wrong! ;-)




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