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Meaford's Sykes Street Development - the facts
A local business and downtown building owner's perspective on Sykes development
Already gone. What we've lost forever, and how it can happen again.
Cherished places worth fighting for
Pillars and Pediments – Musings on the advantages of heritage preservation
Recipe for a livable community
What is heritage conservation? A brief overview
Why heritage preservation is good for business in Meaford




What Meaford is doing about heritage
Meaford's Official Plan and other important documents
Meaford heritage success stories







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Cook Street Pentecostal

Cook Street Pentecostal
SW corner Cook and Nelson Streets

This tall-spired church was built as a Presbyterian church in 1875, and purchased by the local Pentecostal congregation in 1938. The congregation has taken good care of the building, constructing a recent addition to the East façade in the style of the original building.

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