St Alphege Church, Edmonton

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Information about St Alphege Church, Edmonton

Address:
188, Galliard Road, Ponders End, London Borough of Enfield, London, Greater London, England, N9 7LR, United Kingdom

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Description St Alphege Church, Edmonton

St Alphege Church is a grade II listed church in Edmonton, London. It was designed by Edward Maufe in a modern Swedish Gothic style and opened in the 1950s.


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