The Grade I Listed Whitfield Tabernacle, erected by George Whitfield in 1741, is ‘the oldest existing memorial to his share in the great 18th Century revival’.

In 2012 it was described by English Heritage as the most important building in the worst condition of any Building at Risk in the South West.

An extremely problematic site incorporating three semi–ruinous listed buildings and a graveyard, FMA has recently been instrumental in organising a campaign of urgent works to prevent further deterioration of the important buildings. An options appraisal has also been prepared and has received positive feedback from South Gloucestershire Council and English Heritage.

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