St Francis of Assisi, West Wickham :: Shared Description

An unlisted Anglican parish church on Ravenswood Avenue, West Wickham (a suburb of Bromley).

The nave and chancel (architects: S E Newberry and C W Fowler) are in perpendicular Gothic style, somewhat outdated for 1935. An extension was added on the north side in 1973 (by S W J Smith). The Church Hall dates from 1960 (Riches & Blythin). [source: 2010 quinquennial report, D Golberg].
by Stephen Craven
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TQ3866 : St Francis church: bell tower by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: new east window by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: internal view by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: chancel by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: east end by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: foundation stone by Stephen Craven
TQ3866 : St Francis church: hall by Stephen Craven


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Created: Tue, 5 Aug 2014, Updated: Tue, 5 Aug 2014

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