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St Mary's Sunday School

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St Mary
October 1978 The Church of St Mary the Virgin, designed by Thomas Taylor, paid for by the Church Commissioners fund as a result of the first Church Building Act in 1818. This school was built in 1830, designed by Taylor or possibly R.D. Chantrell. The caretakers house, which is on the right, was built in the 1860s. The half-dormer windows and deep buttresses are attributed to Butterfield, who built St Saviours clergy house.

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john allen

this brings back lots momories i used to walk past these buildings every day going to school at christmas caretaker would put a fish tank outside with the nativity secne in.


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Where is this intriguing looking church and does it still exist? I would love to know that it is still there.


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