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Some of the churches in and around Slough:

 
St Mary's Church, Farnham Royal. 1930s St. Mary's Parish Church, Datchet St. Ethelbert's Church from Mackenzie Street c1930
St Mary's Church, Farnham Royal. 1930s St. Mary's Parish Church, Datchet St. Ethelbert's Church from Mackenzie Street c1930
St. Andrews Shared Church, 2006 Holy Family Church, Langley 1958 Lady Altar at St. Bernard's Convent Chapel
St. Andrews Shared Church, 2006 Holy Family Church, Langley 1958 Lady Altar at St. Bernard's Convent Chapel

And other places of worship:

 
Ramgarhia Sikh Temple, Woodland Avenue, April 1998 Jamia Masjid Mosque, November 1999 Jamia Masjid Mosque & Islam Centre, August 2000
Ramgarhia Sikh Temple, Woodland Avenue, April 1998 Jamia Masjid Mosque, November 1999 Jamia Masjid Mosque & Islam Centre, August 2000
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