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From: "gwyn bailey" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Church of Peculiar People
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 07:41:54 +0000
Just 'up the road' to where I sit typing this, about 3 miles to be
accurate, there was quite a large congregation of Peculiar People in
Thundersley. A large local builder [Wiggins] was one of their number
and built a row of bungalows for members in Kingsley Lane, I believe
they are now all in private hands - my cousin bought one several years
ago. The original meeting hall was in Daws Heath Road and a newer one
was I think opened a little further along that road.
There was also a large congregation on Foulness Island.
On 25/02/2008, Shirley & Phil O'Donnell <> wrote:
> I don't know how far the PECULIAR PEOPLE stretched into Essex, but I know we
> had a Church of Peculiar People in Barking as I used to go there for bible
> school in the week, not on Sunday. I was not of that faith, but they had
> such great picnics. I have always wondered where they came from. They were a
> caring group of people.
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Gwyn Bailey OPC for Springfield, Essex
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