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Church of All Saints, Murston

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Location  Murston, Kent
Denomination  Anglican
Style  Early English
Country  England
Founded  1872-3
Architect  William Burges
Church of All Saints, Murston
Heritage designation  Listed building - Grade II
Address  Sittingbourne ME10 3RU, UK
Architectural type  Gothic Revival architecture
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The Church of All Saints, Murston, Sittingbourne, is an Anglican parish church in the county of Kent, England. It is notable due to its architect, William Burges, and was constructed in 1873–4. The church was built in "an early Gothic Style" and incorporates fragments of the original 12th-century church. The estimate was £3,000 but the public subscription raised only £2,000. As a consequence, the intended tower was truncated. It is a Grade II listed building as of 13 December 1974.

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Church of All Saints, Murston Wikipedia


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