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St Margaret the Queen, Barcombe Road, Streatham Hill

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Closed as a parish church during 2014. but brought back into use as St Margaret Hub around 2017. Its main use now is as the warehouse for the Norwood and Brixton Foodbank. This occupies all the church apart from the Chancel and Lady Chapel, as of  2023 there is one service a week – an early morning communion on a Tuesday.

 It was built from 1889-1914 and designed by Rowland Plumbe and Harvey. The photo sets show, firstly the church in 2023 and below while closed in January 2015.

January 2015

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