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Bishop's College, Cheshunt

Bishop's College, Cheshunt

an Anglican Theological College set up to train clergy to serve in the Church of England. It was housed in buildings formerly used by a non-conformist college that moved to Cambridge in 1905. It operated from 1909[1] until 1968.[2] Since then they have been used as local government buildings.[3]


  1. ^ Ecclesiastical Intelligence The Times (London, England), Thursday, Apr 29, 1909; pg. 12; Issue 38946
  2. ^ Cheshunt Team Ministry
  3. ^ Google

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