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Renishaw Anglican Chapel
Scottburgh district, KwaZulu-Natal

Date:early 1900s?
Client:Anglican Church
Type:Anglican Church
Style:Neo-Gothic
Status:Extant

Rough-hewn sandstone ashlar structure with suat central square tower under a 'witch's hat' spire, all roofing of slate. Constructed for, amongst others, the resident Crookes family, many of them buried in the adjacent graveyard.


Books that reference Renishaw Anglican Chapel

Menache, Philippe & David, Darryl Earl. 2015. Church tourism in South Africa : a travel odyssey. South Africa: Self-published by Philippe Menache and Darryl Earl David. pg 78