Situated in Suffolk square, which gave it its other name, The Suffolk Church, this building was erected in 1825-30 on land sold by the Earl of Suffolk's daughter and donated by the Suffolk estate developer, James Fisher.
The attractive perpendicular design is by Edward Jenkins, a local architect and finished by Papworth (the roof). In 1982 the building was being used as a parish hall, and in 2005 it has been de-consecrated and is now a Zizzi restaurant.
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