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© Mrs Alison Parsons

IoE Number: 135914
Photographer: Mrs Alison Parsons
Date Photographed: 26 February 2006
Date listed: 14 February 1969
Date of last amendment: 14 February 1969
Grade II

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1.ST DENYS ROAD5239St DenysChurch of St DenysSU 41 SW 10/22314.2.69

1. ST DENYS ROAD 5239 St Denys Church of St Denys SU 41 SW 10/223 14.2.69 II 2. 1868 by Sir Gilbert Scott in Early English style. Built of red brick with stone quoins. Five bay nave and aisles, the south aisle added in 1889, with three-gabled west end. Apsidal chancel and chapels. The windows are lancets, treated with mouldings and shafts, with some intermediate blank arcading. Open gabled bellcote over east end of nave. The south chapel contains several encaustic tiles from the C12 Augustinian Prior of St Denys which occupied a site close to the present church. (See also Priory Road and Bugle Street, Tudor House).

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