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St Mary, Church End, Hendon

The ancient parish church, well north west of Hendon central station, behind the Middlesex university campus. The nave, chancel, south arcade and north aisle are 13th century, the north chapel is 16th century. In 1914-15 a new south nave with its own south aisle was added in place of the old south aisle. The architect was Temple Moore. The north chapel sanctuary was decorated by Bodley in 1897. The font is a notable Norman piece.


Christ Church, Heriot Road, Hendon

This small church dates from 1881 and was designed by Stephen Salter. For much of the time it is used as a day nursery.


Our Lady of Dolours, Egerton Gardens, Hendon (Roman Catholic)

Built in 1863 and designed by Gilbert Blount, in 1927 its orientation was reversed and a new chancel and transepts built to designs by T.H.B. Scott.

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