No. 1479 - Latrobe - St David's Presbyterian Church

Latrobe is a large country town on the east bank of the River Mersey. The settlement was named after Charles LaTrobe, who was acting Lieutenant-Governor of Tasmania in 1846-7. Until the River Mersey silted up Latrobe was once an important port town.

St David’s is an independent Presbyterian church. The community was established in about 2018 and is located in the former Uniting Church building on Hamilton Street. The building was constructed as a Methodist church which opened in 1881. The church was sold in 2011.

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