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I'm glad other reviewers were able to enjoy this church since we were thrown out of it because schoolgirls were misbehaving inside and a very officious teacher who was failing to control them claimed it was "illegal" to be in a church when schoolchildren were...More
I discovered this Parish last week on my way to a medical appointment . Since that I have revisited this church yesterday & I will go back again on Friday when I get my final results
Wherever I walked by any church I will always...More
The church where Robert Browning married Elizabeth Barrett. I went to see a screening of the movie The Barretts of Wimpole Street in the crypt and the vicar gave a very interesting talk about their connection with the church. The interior is splendid. I would...More
Just away from the hustle & bustle and traffic queues of the Marylebone road, a peaceful churchyard with some of the most glorious trees of a number of different species.
Several benches, far enough apart to afford a privacy and not inhale others' smoke.
Although there have been two previous churches on it near this site, the present occupant is in a High Regency style and dates from 1811-17. Designed by Thomas Hardwick it has entranced beneath columns both adjacent to Marylebone High Street and the main entrance in...More