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St Andrew, Lynford Gardens/Beulah Close, Edgware

A suburban hall/church of 1937 whose architect is unknown, it lies well to the north of the town centre. During the week it is in use as a nursery.


St Peter, One Stonegrove, Edgware

A church was built in 1962 to serve the high-rise Stonegrove estate. Since 2016 the estate and church have been demolished and replaced with a low rise development designed by Sprunt and built by Barratts. As part of this a joint church and community centre called One Stonegrove has been built that contains a hall used for services and a very small chapel (the interiors shown) behind it.


St Anthony of Padua, Garratt Road, Edgware (Roman Catholic)

In a quiet street behind the town centre, this was a three bay church of 1913, architect unknown, to which a further three bays were added in 1931. Burles and Newton added a chancel in 1956-1958.


St Margaret, Edgware

A medieval tower and a church of 1763-64 to which transepts and a chancel were added by Charles Barry jnr in 1845 and aisles in 1928.

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