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St George, Borough Road, Kingston upon Thames (Greek Orthodox)

A conversion of an old school to a church and Greek School.

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Christ Church, King Charles Road, Surbiton

A large church of 1862-63 by C.L. Luck. It was lengthened in 1866 and north and south chancel aisles added in 1864 and 1871 respectively. The interior has been partitioned and reordered to create an evangelical church centre.

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St Matthew, St Matthew’s Avenue, Surbiton

A landmark on the approach from the South to Surbiton. It is a design by C.L. Luck from 1874-75. The aisles were partitioned off in 1976. The east windows are by Hugh Easton, the former baptistry by Louis Davis and the south transept by W. Carter Shapland.

St John, Church Road, Old Malden

On the edge of open countryside, this is a church of the early 17th century, with an older chancel and a much larger nave and chancel added in 1875 by T.G.Jackson.

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St James, Malden Road, New Malden

A large church by the Kingston by-pass. It was built 1935 by Newberry and Fowler.

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St Joseph, Kingston Road, New Malden (Roman Catholic)

Built in 1922-35 by Osmund Bentley and completed by Adrian Gilbert Scott.

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St John, Kingston Road, New Malden

A small church of 1939 by Newberry and Fowler on the busy road to Kingston.

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St Pius X, The Triangle, Norbiton (Roman catholic)

A small suburban church of 1955, architect unknown.

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Christ Church, Coombe Road, New Malden

A long low building of 1866 by Freshwater & Brandon, north of New Malden station. There is a large modern extension on the north side.

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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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