Animals on the farm being attended to by a nun from the Carmelite Order of Nuns

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Animals on the farm being attended to by a nun from the Carmelite Order of Nuns

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Title Animals on the farm being attended to by a nun from the Carmelite Order.
Description Black and white photo. Animals on the farm being attended to by a nun from the Carmelites. Sisters of the Carmelite Order from Presteigne were known as the ‘building nuns of Presteigne’ as they were subsequently styled by the local press, built the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Thérèse. The nuns purposely generated publicity to attract funds and the enterprise also became the subject of a Pathé news film. The nuns left the convent in 1988 but the church, now listed, still functions as the local Catholic church. 1970.
Photographer / artist Derek Evans
Publisher Derek Evans Studio
Contributor(s)
Date 1950s
Type Image
Format Photograph
Identifier CJ42-5-25-28
Area Unknown
Collection Holder