Date Of Photo. - a Memory of Yeovil.

This photograph must have been taken after 28th. October 1896, when the new reredos, altar, and choir screen shown here were installed to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the church, and were dedicated on that day, and the summer of 1897, when additional wrought iron screens were inserted across the side chapels, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and the Golden wedding of one of the churchwardens, George Ernest Newman. In 1908 the remaining north gallery was altered, upon the installation of the new walker organ, which had a detached console on the north side of the nave just in front of the choir screen.


A memory shared by F. E. Burroughes on Apr 26th, 2015.
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