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St. Paul's Church, Maidenhead, Berkshire


St. Paul's church, in the High Town road, a chapel of ease to the church of All Saints, Boyne Hill, was erected in 1887-9 from the designs of Mr. E. J. Shrewsbury A.R.I.B.A.: and is an edifice of red brick, in the Early English style, consisting of chancel and lofty nave under one continuous roof, vestries constructed below the chancel, and a turret containing one bell; the chancel is separated from the nave by a screen, above which is a massive rood beam bearing a large and richly-decorated cross: at the east end is a rose window filled with stained glass: the services here are conducted by the clergy of All Saints, Boyne Hill: there are 350 sittings.

St. Paul's Church
Hight Town road

Denomination:Church of England