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Description: Church of St Andrew
Date Listed: 8 May 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 202907
OS Grid Reference: TQ0595883779
OS Grid Coordinates: 505958, 183779
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5430, -0.4735
5018 HILLINGDON ROAD
TQ 0583 21/307 8.5.50 Church of St Andrew,
the Grade should be amended to read Grade II and the description shall be amended to read
Parish church of West Hillingdon. 1864-6 by Sir George Gilbert Scott. Red and grey brick
with stone dressings. Five-bay nave and aisles, chancel with side chapel under broad
south-east tower and broach spire, north-east vestry added 1870s. South porch. Steep tiled
The church is in the Decorated style with some plate tracery in tower glazing. Three light
east window, three lancets to window, the aisle windows paired lancets. No clerestorey, but
two dormers added by George Jack in 1927.
Organ in north-west corner from Christ Church, Blackfriars, rebuilt 1898 and moved in the
1920s. Font designed by Scott and moved to present position in 1924. Reredos by Farmer
and Brindley. Chancel screen designed 1872 by Sir G Scott, executed perhaps by John
Oldrid Scott, with painted scenes. Upper part 1925 by George Jack. Excellent stained glass
included east window by Clayton and Bell; west windows by Lavers, Barraud and Westlake;
south aisle includes an Annunciation by James Powell and Sons; a Nativity and 'Christ
preaching to the Elders' by Clayton and Bell; 'Christ healing the Lame Man' and'Baptism
of Christ' by Jones and Willis. The chancel murals are by Alfred Hemmings, 1892, when the
floor was tiled and the altar replaced. Pulpit 1927. Side altar with angels on screen; benches.
5018 HILLINGDON ROAD
Church of St Andrew,
TQ 0583 NE 21/307 8.5.50.
Parish church of West Hillingdon. 1864 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Nave and
aisles, chancel, tower to south of chancel and vestry to north. Yellow brick
with dressings of red brick and stone. Steep tiled roofs. Tall broach spire
on tower. Early English style. Inside 5-bay nave with west end as sub-choir
having organ to north and baptistery to south. Patterned brick and stone,
rather dark without clerestory. Screen of 1925.
Listing NGR: TQ0595883779
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