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Aerial view of Latchley village
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Latchley is a village in the Tamar Valley in Cornwall, England, UK. It is in the parish of Calstock (where the population of the 2011 census is included.).
In 1879 the "Foundation stone of our long wished for church was laid". Latchley Church was designed by Piers St Aubyn, the same architect as Gunnislake. It was built three years later than Gunnislake at a cost of £1,147 as a chapel-of-ease in the parish of Calstock dedicated to St Michael and All Angels. It was dedicated by the Bishop of Truro on 20 July 1883. After a bad attack of woodworm to the building in August 1968 it was closed to worshippers and in 1985 it was sold and used for a dwelling.
- ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 201 Plymouth & Launceston (Map). Ordnance Survey. ISBN 978-0-319-23287-3.
- ^ Latchley; Explore Britain