(former) St Paul’s Anglican Church, Derby


52 Main Street, Derby.
Built 1890s.
Real estate advertistment from 2011
Now a private house, and hall is a Bed & Breakfast


Derby. — Our correspondent reports: — The topic for the past week has undoubtedly been the Anglican Church bazaar, which was instituted for the purpose of raising funds to build a church at Derby. The promoters must have been much gratified with its financial results, which amounted to a sum exceeding £90. I understand that an official report of the above is in preparation, so I shall not go into details. An admirable site for the proposed church has been selected on rising ground in the centre of the township, and an area of a quarter-acre has been pegged off and a contract let for its enclosure.
Daily Telegraph 27 August 1891
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(former) St Clement’s Catholic Church, Derby


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A very nice Roman Catholic Church and Wesleyan Chapel are being built; the former will be quite an ornament to the place, the latter being of more humble pretensions. I hear that it is the intention of the ladies of the Roman Catholic persuasion to hold a bazaar in the Town Hall on the 24thof this month in aid of their church. A concert was held here last Thursday in aid of the bazaar fund, and was a great success.
Launceston Examiner, 19 May 1888