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St George (St Andrew and St George), Stevenage

History of St Andrew and St George Stevenage

This Rattee and Kett project had a remarkable design conception in which the traditional shape of a Church was reinterpreted with modern materials and construction methods.

This church is the largest parish church to have been built in the UK since WWII. It was designed by Lord Mottistone and built at a cost of £120,000.  For more information see this link:


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