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The Square, Wolverton

The Congregational Church on The Square, Wolverton. View shows the tower and the corner of the memorial garden, date unknown
The old Congregational Church on The Square, Wolverton, changed to the local based charity Milton Keynes Christian Foundation. Photo taken in 2010 by Leon Russell

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  • My dad owned the hardware shop at 9 The Square, Byrne & Kershaw between 1955 and 1962 and we lived above/behind the shop. I have very fond memories of The Square. I remember going to Sunday School at the church – I remember the building feeling cold! I popped to see The Square about 10 yrs ago and was disappointed I had to ask directions from Stratford Road because Radcliffe St is cut off now! Our old shop at that time was a tattoo parlour, sadly.

    By Sue Bradford (21/08/2019)
  • Lovely to see a photo of the old Church. My Grandfather, Fred Carpenter was the caretaker for a few years, and he and my Grandmother lived in the house next door.

    By Sue Travell (04/02/2018)
  • What a shame that modernism has to ruin our past.

    By Pete (15/12/2014)

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