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St Thomas, Woodland Terrace, Charlton

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Well to the north of the village this is a church of 1849-1850 by Joseph Gwilt. Inside the west end of the nave is divided off as a flat-ceilinged hall while the east end and apse are still used as a church with a curved ceiling added. Above these spaces, the building has been divided up into halls, from which the original timber roof is visible.


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