A church of 1864 by A.W. Blomfield with a south aisle added in 1874 and a north aisle in 1912 by J. Stockdale. WW2 damage followed by a fire damaged much of the structure and stained glass and much of the interior and roof were rebuilt in the 1950s. The north aisle has been walled off as a hall, offices, kitchens and toilets, but retains its contemporary early 20th-century stained glass. On my visit, the vicar showed us some old photos which I have copied and added at the end to show the pre-WW2 and then the damaged and restored interior.
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