This church, erected in 1852, was designed by Edward and W G Habershon in the Decorated style. It is constructed of split flints with stone dressings. The north east tower and spire were completed later, in about 1870.
Older photographs of this building show it once sported stone crosses at the apexes of the roofs.
The site for the church was donated by Sir Isaac Goldsmid, Baron Palmeira, after whom the square where the building is situated is named.
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