St Luke's Church and Garden :: Shared Description

St Luke's Church was designed by Sir John Foster and was built between 1811 and 1831. On the 6th May 1941 the church was burnt out by an incendiary bomb. In 1968 the church and grounds were purchased from the Church of England, and they are maintained as a place of rest and tranquility as a memorial to those who died in the war.
by John S Turner
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4 images use this description:

SJ3589 : Bench mark on St Luke's church by John S Turner
SJ3589 : 'All Together Now' at St Luke's by John S Turner
SJ3589 : Bench mark on the wall of St Luke's Garden by John S Turner
SJ3589 : Bench mark on the wall of St Luke's Garden, Bold Place by John S Turner


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Created: Mon, 4 Jan 2010, Updated: Tue, 29 Dec 2015

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