6. London Borough of Lambeth

Church clocks of Southwark Diocese

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Angell Town, St John the Evangelist. Clock by John Moore and Sons of Clerkenwell, dated 1868 and 1889. The clock has been fitted with an autowind mechanism in recent years and it is in functioning condition. TQ3175TQ3175 : Church of St John the Evangelist, Brixton by David Anstiss
Brixton, St Matthew. The clock tower is in a redundant part of church now used as a nightclub.TQ3075TQ3075 : St Matthew's church, Brixton - tower by Stephen Craven
Brixton Hill, St Saviour. Former Anglican church, now New Testament Church of God.TQ3074TQ3074 : New Testament Church of God, St Saviour's Road by Stephen Craven
Brixton Road, Christ Church. Bracket clock projecting from the tower. Not operational as of 2007.TQ3177TQ3177 : Christchurch, Brixton Road by Christopher Hilton
Clapham, Holy Trinity. The clock is in a small stone turret with octagonal belfry over the west end. A recent inspection showed it to be the work of Aynsworth & John Thwaites of Clerkenwell, dating from 1776, i.e. before the west end was rebuilt in 1802.TQ2975TQ2975 : Holy Trinity, Rookery Road, London SW4 by John SalmonTQ2975 : The spire of Holy Trinity, Clapham by Mike Quinn
Gipsy Hill, Christ Church. The clock tower of the old church has been converted to residential use and it is not known whether the clock mechanism is still present. The new church building is adjacent.TQ3370TQ3370 : Christ Church, Gipsy Hill - Tower by John Salmon
Kennington, St John the DivineTQ3177TQ3177 : St John the Divine, Vassall Road, Kennington, London SW9 by John Salmon
Kennington, St Mark. Modern electric clock mechanism with an auto re-start unit. Faces on all four sides of tower (South face disconnected as of 2009). TQ3177TQ3177 : St Mark, Kennington Park Road by John Salmon
Lambeth, St Mary. This church has been made redundant and is now the Garden Museum. TQ3079TQ3079 : North face of St.Mary-at-Lambeth's tower by Basher Eyre
Stockwell, St Michael. Single face to east side of tower.TQ3076TQ3076 : St Michael, Stockwell Park Road by Stephen Richards
Stockwell Green, St Andrew. Clock faces to east, south & west sides of tower. As of 2018 the church had been closed for worship on safety grounds, and its future is uncertain.| TQ3075TQ3075 : St Andrew's church, Stockwell Green by Stephen Craven
Streatham, Immanuel. There is one clock face to the north side of the tower remaining from the original church, but it is not known whether the mechanism is still present. The new church building is adjacent. TQ3070TQ3070 : Immanuel church, Streatham High Road by Stephen Richards
Streatham, St Leonard. The clock is of the pagoda frame type and dates from 1779. It was restored to use and fitted with auto-winding mechanism in 2010. TQ2971TQ2971 : Tower of St Leonard's church by Stephen CravenTQ2971 : St Leonard's clock by Stephen Craven
Tulse Hill, Holy TrinityTQ3173TQ3173 : Holy Trinity Church, Tulse Hill by Stephen Craven
Waterloo, St John the Evangelist. The original clock mechanism has been removed, and is now on display in the church. There is a replacement electric mechanism which is well maintained and in good working order.TQ3180TQ3180 : St John, Waterloo Road by Stephen RichardsTQ3180 : Clock of St John's church, Waterloo by Stephen Craven
West Norwood, St Luke. As of 2010 the clock was not operational. Faces to all four faces of tower but damaged. TQ3172TQ3172 : St Luke's Church by Malc McDonald

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