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Description: Church of St Anselm
Date Listed: 25 May 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 202199
OS Grid Reference: TQ1290691365
OS Grid Coordinates: 512906, 191365
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6098, -0.3709
5016 Hatch End
Church of St Anselm
TQ 19 SW 1/6
1895, by E Jones. Flint faced with red brick banding. Long unbroken tile roof the
chancel and nave being continuous and the aisles full-length. Arts and crafts rood
screen of very slender members by Charles Spooner 1901. Included mainly for stained
glass by Louis Davis, who lived in Hatch End. i. East window, 1903 (7-lights).
ii. Baptistry windows, 1927. iii. South-west window (3-lights), 1915.
iv. Eastern apse of Chapel of the Holy Spirit (7-lights), 1910, incorporating a
memorial to William Blake. v. North aisle. Second 4-light window from east, 1933.
vi. South Aisle. Easternmost 4-light window, circa 1905. West window (5-lights)
by Selwyn Image, 1915.
Listing NGR: TQ1290691365
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Source: English Heritage
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