About the church

Built: 1878-79
Architect: H Elliot
Listing: not listed

The church has a lofty nave, lean-to aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, and entrance porch across the length of the West end. It has no tower, rather a bell turret.

Externally the walls are faced in a Kentish ragstone with soft (probably Bath) stone dressings. The interior of the walls are fairfaced gault brickwork. Roofs are plain red clay tiles. A church built in the late Victorian period, typical of its time, solid but undistinguished which could be overcome by the introduction of some decorations.

In 1992/3 the church underwent major internal alterations with the removal of pews, lowering of pew platforms and close carpeting which have improved its spatial appearance and introduced great flexibility of use.

Demolition_Faculty_Notice_1, PDF