St Mary Magdalene
Paddington

The church of St Mary Magdalene Paddington is a masterpiece by George Edmund Street. It was built on a seemingly impossible site which was no more than a sliver of land. It is a consummate design solution to the site. The fascinating exterior encloses a finely embellished interior. Although listed grade I, the church declined in the 1960’s following massive house clearances. Now, after many years planning and hobbling emergency repairs, a major programme of repair has commenced to secure the building for the future.
The church of St Mary Magdalene Paddington is a masterpiece by George Edmund Street. It was built on a seemingly impossible site which was no more than a sliver of land. It is a consummate design solution to the site. The fascinating exterior encloses a finely embellished interior. Although listed grade I, the church declined in the 1960’s following massive house clearances. Now, after many years planning and hobbling emergency repairs, a major programme of repair has commenced to secure the building for the future.
The church of St Mary Magdalene Paddington is a masterpiece by George Edmund Street. It was built on a seemingly impossible site which was no more than a sliver of land. It is a consummate design solution to the site. The fascinating exterior encloses a finely embellished interior. Although listed grade I, the church declined in the 1960’s following massive house clearances. Now, after many years planning and hobbling emergency repairs, a major programme of repair has commenced to secure the building for the future.
The church of St Mary Magdalene Paddington is a masterpiece by George Edmund Street. It was built on a seemingly impossible site which was no more than a sliver of land. It is a consummate design solution to the site. The fascinating exterior encloses a finely embellished interior. Although listed grade I, the church declined in the 1960’s following massive house clearances. Now, after many years planning and hobbling emergency repairs, a major programme of repair has commenced to secure the building for the future.