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Christ the Redeemer, Allenby Road, Southall

As close to Greenford as Southall. The church dates from 1964 and is by M.Farey. Much of the locked interior is visible through the glazed west end and baptistry.

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Emmanuel, Fleming Road, Southall

A small hall/church on the Golf Links estate, dating from 1974. The worship area faces into a sanctuary in the curved area of wall.

October 2022

October 2014

St Anselm, South Road, Southall (Roman Catholic)

South of the station and the Uxbridge Road part of the town centre. The church dates from 1967 and was designed by J.Newton of Burles Newton and Partners. The glass is by Patrick Reyntiens.

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St George, Lancaster Road, Southall

At the west end of the town centre, visible from the Uxbridge Road, but behind the high fence of a drive-thru McDonald’s. It is by Arthur Blomfield and dates from 1908. The organ by Abraham Jordan dates from 1723 and comes from the former church of St George, Botolph Lane in the City of London.

Holy Trinity, Uxbridge Road, Southall

At the east end of the town centre. It is by J.Lee and dates from 1890.

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St John, Church Avenue, Southall Green

Constructed in 1910 by C.G.Miller to replace the old church on King Street, a few yards away. Inside some of the aisles have been partitioned off with glass screens and some of the chancel furnishings have been removed, as have the pews. The west end of the nave is a huge wooden war memorial. There are also some wall memorials from the previous St John.

St John, King Street, Southall Green (former)

Built in 1838 but replaced by a new church close by in 1910. !n 2014 the churchyard was still maintained to some extent. A visit in 2022 found the church enclosed by high fencing and looking in a poor state. The western end of the churchyard has been replaced by a featureless area of paving.