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Christ Church, Brighton Road, Purley

The original Purley parish church on the main road in the valley. It is by James Fowler and dates from 1877-78. In recent years a large extension of halls, offices and other rooms has been attached with the church now entered through a bay in its north aisle wall. Inside the orientation has been moved to be southwards with the chancel seated as an extension of the main worship area.

All Saints, Hayes Lane, Kenley

Up a steep private road near Kenley Station. This is a church of 1870-72 by James Fowler. The nave was extended a bay westwards in 1897 and a baptistry added in 1902.

Holy Trinity, Hermon Hill, South Woodford

A huge unfinished church by James Fowler from 1886-87. There is a south arcade but no south aisle. Next door is a temporary tin church erected in 1882.