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GUPWORTHY VILLAGE

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Gupworthy village was a mining community centred around Gupworthy Old Mine for circa 100 people. Terraces formed three sides of "The Square" with another terrace to the north called "Pleasant Row". Two of the cottages were converted into a chapel to rpelace a preaching room. The buildings have been demolished with terrace sites visible as earthworks. The chapel has either been demolished or entirely incorporated into a modern building on the site.

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