Georgian church rescued by trust

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A Dorset church which was built as a miniature copy of St Paul's Cathedral is being preserved by a conservation trust.

Services at St George's Church in Portland, which was built with Portland stone in the 1760s, stopped 100 years ago.

The Georgian church is undergoing conservation work by the Churches Conservation Trust, of which US television personality Loyd Grossman is the chairman.

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