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St George, Six Mile Bottom, Brinkley

History of St George

Listed Building:

Church. 1933. Designed by Seely and Paget and built by the Cambridge builders Rattee and Kett. Knapped flint with narrow red brick and tile dressings and panels. Hipped pantile roof. Plan of nave and chancel in one with west tower and vestry. Neo-Georgian style with eaves coving and Crittall metal windows with intersecting tracery heads.

SUMMARY OF IMPORTANCE. This is a very carefully crafted church by a distinguished firm of architects. The brickwork, which is of very narrow bricks and thin tiles, and the knapped flintwork are particularly fine. The simple interior has fine woodwork and complete fittings. The church remains a fine unaltered example of an interwar church in the Neo-Georgian style.



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