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1920 – Design for a concrete church, Stanford-le-hope, Essex

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Architect: John H. Beart Foss

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From The Building News, September 3 1920: “This Roman Catholic church consists of a wide nave and apsidal sanctuary, lit by a tall clerestory window above the flat roofs of the aisles, the vestry being placed in a low building on the south-east corner The plan shows the arrangements of the building, which is of reinforced concrete throughout. The view was shown at this year’s Royal Academy. the architects being Messrs. Benedict, C.SS.S.. and Beart Foss. of Ealing. W.”

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