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St Francis of Assisi, Fleetwood Road, Dollis Hill (now Roman Catholic)

In the middle of suburban streets between Willesden Green and Gladstone Park, it was designed as St Francis C of E church by J. Harold Gibbons in 1933, but was made redundant in 1991 and is now used as a Polish Roman Catholic church.

          
   
   
   
   
 

St Paul (Former), Dollis Hill Lane, Dollis Hill (now Maharashta Mandal London)

Like the nearby Roman Catholic church this building is high above the road. It was built in 1939 by N.F. Cachemaile_Day but was made redundant and from 1989 became a Hindu cultural centre. Since redundancy it has lost its east window.

       
 
   
   
 

St Mary and St Andrew, Dollis Hill Lane, Dollis Hill (Roman Catholic)

High up on the ridge above Gladstone Park, this is a church of 1932 by Bedingfield & Grundy. The steep side means that the church is above halls built below.