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St Paul, St Paul’s Road, Thornton Heath

Built in two campaigns – 1871 and 1900 and ascribed by the diocesan website to Richard Norman Shaw. The church is now divided with the nave being used as a hall (though it can be opened out into the eastern parts) and the eastern parts as a church. The aisles are also divided off into other ancillary rooms, several stained glass windows are in toilets and the kitchen.

St Mark (Former), Coburg Road, Camberwell now New Peckham Mosque

The chancel, nave eastern end and south chancel aisle are by R. Norman saw from 1879-1884. The western end, that is visible from Coburg Road, dates from 1932. It closed as a church in 1965 and was in various uses until it became the New Peckham Mosque in 1980. It is on the edge of the late 20th century Burgess Park.

St Michael and All Angels, Bath Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick

Bedford Park is an early garden suburb and this church dating from 1879-80 is one of its landmark buildings. The architect was Richard Norman Shaw. In 1887 a matching hall and north aisle were added by Maurice Adams.


Holy Trinity (former), Latimer Road now the Harrow Club

Built as part of the Harrow Mission and designed by R. Norman Shaw in 1887-89. Since 1967 it has been a sports centre/youth club called the Harrow Club.

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