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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, KNATCHBULL ROAD, BRIXTON NORTH

St James's church in Knatchbull Road, Brixton North, seen from opposite when the land at Myatt's Fields was used for market gardening. The church was given by the Minet family and the foundation stone laid on 19th June 1869. The building was consecrated by the Bishop of Winchester almost a year later on 27th June 1870. The park was opened in 1889 and built on 14 acres of land given to the Metropolitan Board of Works by William Minet. Listed Grade II in 1979, it was deconsecrated in 1981 and soon after converted into housing by the Black Roof Housing Association.Ref: LP8/713

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Ref:10086
Original ref:LP 8/713
Date:c.1870

1850 - 1875BRIXTON NORTHBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREOPEN SPACESPhotographRELIGION

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