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St Paul’s Church, Cambridge

History of St Paul's Church, Cambridge

Built 1840-1 by Ambrose Poynter (builder of Christ Church and rebuilder of St Andrew the Great).

Further historical notes can be found on Historic England.

‘Catholics in Cambridge’ p.241, in its chapter on the architect Pugin, contains interestingcontemporary commentary on the design of St Paul’s.

1859: a pillar letter box was erected near St Paul’s church and an allowance of £2 a year granted to provide for the collections.

 

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