Re: Re: The Great 1930s Scheme
As for St. Mary’s Church, as far as I know it’s protected and is probably the finest – and most bizarre – building in the area 🙂
It’s textbook ‘English’ 1930s isn’t it – you could tell it was a Protestant church a mile off.
What a gem. Unfortunately some ugly boundary wall issues have emerged since these pictures were taken two years ago – they don’t look promising.
The old, seemingly 18th century, St. Marys? next door is equally fascinating.
And very sinister…
It’s wonderful that this layered, more organic built history survives beneath the processed development – now in itself of historical note – of the 1930’s Scheme.