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Church of All Saints

A Grade II Listed Building in Hounslow, Hounslow

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Latitude: 51.442 / 51°26'31"N

Longitude: -0.3906 / 0°23'26"W

OS Eastings: 511952

OS Northings: 172673

OS Grid: TQ119726

Mapcode National: GBR 4P.VLQ

Mapcode Global: VHFTS.50WW

Plus Code: 9C3XCJR5+RQ

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 15 April 1991

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1241073

English Heritage Legacy ID: 439964

Location: Hanworth Park, Hounslow, London, TW13

County: Hounslow

Electoral Ward/Division: Hanworth Park

Built-Up Area: Hounslow

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: All Saints Hanworth

Church of England Diocese: London

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The following building shall be added:

Uxbridge Road
TQ 17 SW
(north east side)
44/10 Church of All Saints

Church. Planned late 1930s; west range comprising entrance,
baptistry and chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, 1951; the rest,
1957. By N.F. Cachemaille-Day. Brownish brick in flemish bond
with concrete dressings and roofs. Tall square, nave of 7x7 bays
with lower side aisles, central circular lantern, and semi-
domical sanctuary; north-west vestries. Western range has lower
central entrance bay flanked by lower-still 3-bay wings. Entrance
has 2 wide stops up to double board door in wide, stepped,
surround with Lamb of God Sculpture above; (by B.Copnall) wings
have broad pilasters defining bays and stepped surrounds to
concrete-lintelled windows which have decorative metal grilles
above. Nave: a single, large segmental-arched window to north and
south sides; upper windows small, and leaded lantern has concrete
mullions and supports tall concrete cross finial. Interior: nave:
aisles and sanctuary have wide semi-circular arches; nave is
spanned by 2 reinforced concrete arches which cross and support
the lantern; concrete-beamed roof (using diagrid system).
Baptistry and chapel have fluted concrete ceilings. sanctuary
covered in silver leaf painted with angels. Fittings of interest
include the concrete altar, set on 4 large columns; organ loft
at west end; carved octagonal concrete font; coloured glass to
lantern; and suspended double-corona-type light fitting to nave.
Cachemaille-Day considered this church as one of his most
important post-war works.
The Builder, 3rd October 1952, pp 456 ff.

Listing NGR: TQ1195272673

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