Situated on Upper Maze Hill. The architect was Sir A. Blomfield and the building was erected in 1881. The Early English style is executed in red brick with stone dressings and there is a south west tower.
Following damage during World War 2 in 1942, the nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1951, and repairs to the tower, which survived the bombing, sadly failed to replace the elegant spire.
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