Plymouth History Festival

Saturday 12 May, 10am to 4pm
St Michael’s Church, 29 Albert Road, Plymouth PL2 1AB
In 2018 a Plymouth church celebrates a remarkable story of survival as it marks its 175th anniversary. Built as the poor man’s church in 1843, St Michael’s was destroyed by bombing in 1941. Rebuilt and re-opened in 1953 after the war, the second St Michael’s became unusable because of the poor quality of the building work. The third St Michael’s opened in 2009 and in this exhibition we want to celebrate the past and look forward to the future. There is full disabled access into the church. Only on street parking is available.
Free / No need to book


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