All Saints church, Kingston-upon-Thames :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church, adjacent to the historic market square in the town centre. The church is listed grade 1 (list entry number 1358437). The building includes elements of 14th and 15th century walls, and remains of an old Norman chapel, but much of what is now visible is 19th century, by the well known church architect J L Pearson. As of 2013 the interior was being extensively reordered and improved, with a new building in the north churchyard to follow.
by Stephen Craven
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TQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: south entrance by Stephen Craven
TQ1769 : All Saints churchyard in the sunshine by Stephen Craven
TQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: west end by Stephen Craven
TQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: east end by Stephen Craven
TQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: clock faces by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 4 May 2013, Updated: Sat, 4 May 2013

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