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St Luke’s Chapel, Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill

A chapel on the first floor of the Cheyne Wing. It was built to replace an older chapel, from which the stained glass windows in the nave and some of the memorials come. It was designed by W.A. Pite and built in 1913.

All Saints, Elm Grove Road, Ealing

In quiet suburbia at the southern end of Ealing Common. It is a memorial to Spencer Perceval the only assassinated British Prime Minister (1812). It was paid for by his youngest daughter and built in 1903-05. The architect was W.A. Pite.

St Peter, Southfield Road, Acton Green

A suburban basilica of 1911-12 designed by W.A. Pite.

Christ Church, Crescent Rd, Crouch End, N8 8AX

An early church by A.W. Blomfield, 1861, the nave, chancel and north aisle, 1867 south aisle, 1873 tower and spire, 1881 west porch, 1906 north aisle enlarged by W.A. Pite.

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