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Saint Mary on the Quay, Tyndalls Park, Bristol, England



 

Notes: St Mary on the Quay is a Roman Catholic Parish church inBristol, England. It is situated on Colston Avenue, next toColston Tower in the centre of the city. It is the oldestRoman Catholic church in Bristol; the first one built afterthe Reformation. it was formerly administered by theSociety of Jesus and is currently served by the Divine WordMissionaries. It is a Grade II* listed building

Tyndall's Park is an area of central Bristol, England. Itlies north of Park Row and Queen's Road, east ofWhiteladies Road and west of St Michael's Hill, between thedistricts of Clifton, Cotham and Kingsdown. It includes thecampus of Bristol Grammar School, and many of the buildingsof the University of Bristol.

The area is named after Thomas Tyndall, a Bristol merchantand investor in the slave trade who between 1753 and 1767bought a number of fields which then existed in the areaand turned them into an ornamental park. He built a statelyhouse on the crest of the hill, on the site of a Civil Warfortification, and named it Fort Royal (now known as RoyalFort House). In 1799 Tyndall's son Colonel Thomas Tyndallemployed Humphrey Repton to landscape the gardens.

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