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Description: Church of the Ascension
Date Listed: 28 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 207064
OS Grid Reference: TQ2809675666
OS Grid Coordinates: 528096, 175666
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4655, -0.1573
LAVENDER HILL SW11
Church of the Ascension
TQ 2875 10/3 28.6.54
1876 to 1883. Designed by James Brooks. Finished 1883 by J T Micklethwaite.
Tall nave and chancel with a round apse under one long slate roof; and low aisle
carried round the east end. Chapel to north and vestries at north-east, built on
slope of the hill. Red brick with stone dressings.
The tower was never built. Interior of fair-faced red brick. Simple stone piers
support brick arcades. Clerestory of lancets above. Wooden barrel vault with
Rood and loft George Wallace 1910.
The glass by Kempe and Tower.
Listing NGR: TQ2809675666
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Source: English Heritage
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