ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Cregneash, Isle of Man
It began life in the mid-1870s as a chapel of ease, as the nearest church was that in Rushen three miles away.
All the villagers gave their labour for free and the building ended up costing just £150. It doubled up as the village school.
the village is,
officially, now a
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