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St Edmund’s College

History of St Edmund's College

General information about St Edmund’s College can be found on Wikipedia.

Chapel is a listed building

Roman Catholic chapel. 1915-16, to the designs of Fr. Benedict Williamson, C.SS.S; the pitch of the roof raised in 1955, and a ritual west entrance porch added by Cedric Brown. The high altar and side altars removed in 1967-8 for liturgical reasons.


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