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24 June 2009

1898 – Church of St. John the Evangelist, Ford, Wiltshire

Architect: C.E. Ponting “This church, which has been built for the Rev. F. Harrison, occupies an exceptionally picturesque site on the hillside above the “By-Brook,” at Ford, five miles from Chippenham. It is...

24 June 2009

1878 – Holy Cross Church, Seend, Wiltshire

Architect: Arthur T. Style Perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, March 1st 1878.

23 June 2009

1906 – New Church of St. Lukes, Parkstone, Dorset

Architect: J. Henry Ball & T.J.B. Holland Perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, August 3rd 1906.

23 June 2009

1876 – Congregational Church, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

Architect: J. Tait Design for a Congregational Church at Great Malvern including ground plan published in The Building News, November 24th 1876.

23 June 2009

1878 – Church of S.S. Peter & Paul, Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire

Architect: Arthur W. Blomfield Perspective view published in The Building News, November 29th 1878. “This church is being built to meet the increasing requirements of the place — the old church, erected about...

23 June 2009

1879 – St. Helens Church, Worcester, Worcestershire

Architect: Aston Webb Perspective Views (before & after restoration) including ground plan. Published in The Building News, August 1st 1879. “An interesting church, from the fact of its being the Mother Church of...

23 June 2009

1873 – Design for Memorial Church, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

Architect: E.F.C. Clarke Exterior and interieor perspective views of a competition design for a church, by Mr. E. F. Clarke, published in The Building News, July 11 1873.

23 June 2009

1886 – St. Paul’s Church, Worcester, Worcestershire

Architect: Arthur Edmund Street Interior view published in The Building News, July 16th 1886. The church is still in use today and was built as designed.

23 June 2009

1878 – Proposed New Church at Tebay, Westmorland

Architect: C.J. Ferguson Paid for by the railway company and railway workers, the small church is rock faced, and has a west baptistry in the form of a large apse. Next to it...