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I recently took my Australian Nephew and his wife to Visit St Alban’s. His mother and father were married there, by Father Hughes, on 14th August 1954.
He was so pleased to stand where his parents stood in front of that amazing altar. I was...More
Family service of recent dead. Parking was an issue due to the number of families but new parking is being built. The church is lovely inside and even has a little library that you can for a donation purchase books and of course donate more...More
After going to this church for over 30 years I feel a little sorry that it needs more care than it gets, but I'm sure with a little TLC it could be restored back to it's former glory. It really is a lovely place and...More
A "hidden" gem in full view of all passers-by. How many people drive past this lovely building and never venture inside. The original church was founded in 1773 and replaced by a larger church that was opened on the Feast of St. Alban on 21st...More