This ‘hidden gem’ is the earliest known surviving example of a small English parish church designed by ‘God’s Architect’ Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.
The church retains all of its original elaborate architectural features, fittings and furniture, and most of its extensive painted decoration.
2016 saw repairs undertaken to the roof, drainage system, plasterwork, bell tower and facing. Parishioners now aim to restore the decorative interior to the full glory of Pugin’s design.
Spectacular stained glass
Social heritage stories
National heritage here
Bus stop within 100m
Level access to the main areas
On street parking at church
Parking within 250m
Accessible toilets nearby
Walkers & cyclists welcome
Space to secure your bike
* Open every day 9am to 5pm.
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