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A fine 1950s church by Knapp-Fisher, it replaces the original church which stands behind it and is now used as a church hall. The church is in domestic gothic form and the west gallery dates from a time when such things were coming back into fashion for the first time since the mid nineteenth century, and there is a meeting room beneath it. Inside the eye is taken to the octagonal east window by Gounil & Philip Brown of 1958. There is little else of architectural interest though the whole forms a charming ensemble and obviously much-loved. It is also open most mornings.
1851 Census Details
Seating Capacity: Not built
Morning Attendance: Not built
Afternoon Attendance: Not built
Evening Attendance: Not built
Original Build Date/Architect: Knapp-Fisher 1958
Second Restoration: -
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