St Julian’s Tavistock Sunday school started in the home of Miss Welton at 62 Tavistock Avenue. It then moved to the butcher’s shop in Vesta Avenue before it was given a more permanent home in the alleyway at the bottom… More about ‘St Julian’s Tavistock Sunday School’»
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