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St Cedd, Marston Road, Barkingside, IG5 0LZ

A small suburban hall/church dating from 1938 and fitting in well with the surrounding housing just off the Roding Valley.

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St Augustine of Canterbury, Cranbrook Road, Barkingside (Roman Catholic)

North of Gants Hill station.By David Rodney Burles and dating from 1953.

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Barnado Village Church, Tanner’s Lane, Barkingside

The church for a now defunct “village” built for Barnado’s. It is by Ebenezer Gregg 1892.


St George, Woodford Avenue, Barkingside

Close to Gants Hill station, it dates from 1931-32 and was designed by Sir Charles Nicholson.


St Laurence, Woodford Avenue, Barkingside

By N.F. Cachemaille-Day 1939-40, deep in suburbia.

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Holy Trinity, Mossford Green, Barkingside

Edward Blore 1839-40, with a chancel added by J.P. St Aubyn in 1867.

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