Visit: All Saints’ church, Putney Common – G E Street Bicentenary


All Saints’ church, Putney, was opened as a chapel of ease in 1874. The chief or sole benefactor of the chapel, which cost £7,800, was the Earl Spencer, lord of the manor.

Its size and modesty befit its role as a chapel of ease, although there is, as in so many of Street’s buildings, a sense of compressive strength in the stubby buttresses and Early English windows on the exterior. By comparison, the interior is richly polychromatic and the many Morris & Co windows are of outstanding quality. The building is listed Grade II*.

This visit will be the last church visit as part of the G E Street Bicentenntial programme.

Ticket Price: £15
Date: November 2nd, 2024
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue: All Saints, Putney - View on map