The architect for this interesting and important building was G. E. Street. The church, completed 1883, is in the Early English style and is built of sandstone. It has a saddleback tower on the south west and contains an organ gallery and a fine marble altar and reredos.
Distant photographs will have to suffice of this edifice as the unfriendly "Trespassers will be prosecuted" signs do not invite a closer approach.
Fortunately the actual Convent Church is visible from a distance.
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