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This church is located at the East end of the 'Must See' Forbury Gardens and is within sight of the Abbey ruins. The church was built in 1837 and was designed by Pugin who also designed the Palace of Westminster. The church is quite plain...More
We went to play about the Empress Matilda produced and acted by the excellent team from Reading between the lines.
Very well acted a real historical thriller play.
The church was set up beautifully for the play, it's interior just like the medieval Reading Abbey.
This is a beautiful church. We married here in August 1997 and had our photo's taken in Forbury Gardens.
The church has a high balcony with a large pipe organ and if you have a choir or a soloist they go up into the balcony...More
Yes, it is one of Pugin's earliest works, being consecrated in 1840. Do go inside to see this beautifully kept church which I think has a lovely peaceful atmosphere. The architecture is attractive and interesting, with a couple of items made out of very old...More
I went back to have another look at this church on the edge of Forbury Gardens when I found out it had been designed by the famous Victorian architect, A.W. Pugin. Sadly its not up to the standard of his other work like Westminster Palace,...More