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St John, Church Row, Hampstead

This building replaced the old church in 1745-47 and was designed by John Sanderson, upper parts of the tower added in 1759 by Samuel Steemson. Transepts were added in 1834 by Robert Hesketh. The church was reorientated  and a chancel added in 1877-78 by F.P. Cockerell. (The tower is at the east end and the chancel at the west)


St Dunstan, Friars Place Lane, East Acton

Funded by the Goldsmiths Company whose architect R. Hesketh designed the church which was built in 1878-79. It was subdivided in 1983 by Ian Goldsmid, leaving the eastern half as a worship space and the west as a hall.

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St Mary, Church Lane, Chessington

The old village church of Chessington, now surrounded by housing. basically a 13th-century building with restorations by R. Hesketh (bell-turret 1854) and T.G. Jackson (south aisle 1870).

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