Borough
Architectural period
Architectural type
Facility

We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • St Margaret, Lee
  • St Margaret, Lee. View towards the West End
  • St Margaret, Lee. Wall Paintings

St Margaret's Church, Lee

John Brown of Norwich / James Brooks

place
St Margarets Church, Lee Terrace, SE13 5DN
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Family activities during open house festival, Disabled access, Parking, Toilets

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Blackheath, Lewisham
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Bus routes: 54, 89, 108
The Church was built in 1839/41 as a white 'Hall-Church'. The 1870s Gothic Revivalism was overseen to a very high standard, by James Brooks and helped by 10 top craftsmen of the day. We also have a WWI Memorial by Violet Pinwill.

Events

Wednesday 8th September
Help with children's quizzes
schedule Time: 10am to 2pm
group Capacity: 15
Adults welcomed as well. For the online tour visit www.stmargaretslee.org.uk
Saturday 11th September
Help with Children's Quizzes
schedule Time: 10.30am to 5pm
group Capacity: 15
Adults welcomed as well. For the online tour visit www.stmargaretslee.org.uk
Sunday 12th September
General Access and Children's quizzes
schedule Time: 12pm to 5pm
group Capacity: 15
General access and help with Children's Quizzes. For the online tour visit www.stmargaretslee.org.uk

Design

Original design
John Brown of Norwich / James Brooks, 1841
Type
Religious
Period
Victorian