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St Dunstan, St Dunstan’s Road, Lower Feltham

The parish church of Feltham, a good kilometre south of the town centre. It is a rebuilding of 1802 by William Walker. Norman revival aisles were added in 1855-56. Many fittings are modern as the old woodwork was condemned and removed in the 1950s.


St Lawrence, The Green, Feltham (Roman Catholic)

Behind a pond on The Green, a typical T.H.B. Scott church of 1933-34.


St Catherine (former), High Street/Hanworth Road, Feltham

This church closed in 1975 and all that remains is the tower and spire attached to a building called St Catherine’s House. This was built as offices by Biscoe and Stanton in 1979-81 but is now a hostel for the homeless. The church was designed by Carpenter and Ingelow and built in 1878-80 but the tower was only added in 1898.