“The Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement”. Built 1888-90 by J.D. Sedding. WW2 bombing meant that the vault of 1959 by Michael Farey is plaster.The huge east window is by Morris & Co with figures designed by Burne Jones and backgrounds by Morris.
Up steep steps above some shops, this is a church of 1973 by Henry Cadbury Brown & Partners.
By Sir Arthur Blomfield & Sons in 1912.
Built 1838 by Edward Blore with the west and east ends added by W.D. Caroe in 1900-1001
The medieval church was badly bombed in 1941 and restored in 1949-58 by Walter Godfrey. The brick built exterior dates from 1667-74, eastern parts are 13th and 14th century. The church is packed with monuments including one to St Thomas More
Hidden away south of Kings Road this is a church of 1895 by George Goldie.
Designed in 1858 by Joseph Peacock.
Originally by George Basevi in 1840, a north aisle by E.P.Loftus Brock (1875) and most of the east end (pictured) by Ernest Geldart in 1890.
By the leading RC architect John Francis Bentley 1877-78 but incorporating part of A.W.N. Pugin’s earlier church on the site. A church whose interior is far more satisfying than its exterior.
An early and relatively scholarly gothic revival church. The designer was James Savage in 1820-24. The large east window is by Hugh Easton from 1959.