St Mary the Virgin, Lewisham :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church on Lewisham High Street, about 1/2 mile south of the present town centre. The site is an ancient one but only the base of the tower (c.1500) remains of earlier buildings. The present building is Georgian in style, dating from 1774-7 and was designed by George Gibson. The chancel is 1882 by Blomfield. The Vicar of Lewisham remains the Patron of other parishes in the area that were taken out of the ancient parish of Lewisham.

The church is listed grade II* (list entry number 1193297).
by Stephen Craven
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TQ3774 : Obelisk in St Mary's churchyard by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Church of St Mary the Virgin - south side by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Church of St Mary the Virgin - tower by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Psalms of Ascent by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Interior of St Mary's church, Lewisham by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : St Mary's churchyard by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Church of St Mary the Virgin - entrance by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Path alongside St Mary's church by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : St Mary's church from the south-west by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Church of St Mary the Virgin: interior by Stephen Craven
TQ3774 : Church of St Mary the Virgin - east end by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 15 Oct 2011, Updated: Sat, 15 Oct 2011

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