Bentham, Gloucestershire

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St John Chrysostom, Bentham
Grid reference: SO917167
Location: 51°50’58"N, 2°7’15"W
Postcode: GL5
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Bentham is a little, scattered village in Gloucestershire at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment, two miles to the east of Brockworth, with Gloucester city centre five miles to the west and Cheltenham about the same to the north-east.

The village has a Greek Orthodox church; St John Chrysostom. It was built in 1888 as a Church of England chapel, named St Peter's.

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