1875 – Church of The Annunciation, Prick End, Chislehurst, Kent

Architect: James Brooks



Perspective view & plan published in The Building News,September 17th 1875. Interior view published in The Building News, December 25 1874: “This church , of which we give an interior view, has been erected from the designs of Mr. James Brooks, 11, Serle-street, Lincoln’s-inn. The materials used for the walling are Kentish rag inside and outside, with Doulting stone dressings, the columns, arches, &c., being of the latter stone ; the shafts to sedilia canopies are of marble. The plan, as at present carried out, consists of nave, aisles,chancel, part of the morning chapel, sacristies, &c. A tower on the south side of chancel, and the eastern portion of morning chapel, remain for future carrying out. The accommodation provided is for 671 persons, and the cost has been about £6,000. The builder was tho late Mr. W. Henshaw. ”

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