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St George, Aubrey Walk, Campden Hill, Kensington

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High on the ridge above Kensington, an 1864 church by “rogue” architect Enoch Bassett Keeling. It has lost its spire and apse but the iron columns and some of the polychrome brickwork have been re exposed in recent times. The rear two bays of the nave are partitioned off for offices and a hall space.

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