St Mary's Church, Radnage

Liberty Rose Architects are appointed as the Church Architects of St Mary's Church.


St Mary's Church, Radnage is grade I listed building, believed to have been built by the Knights Templar in the late 12th century. It is constructed on flint with stone dressings. 

A number of alterations have been carried out over the centuries and many of these can be read in the building fabric. 

Some of the most interesting elements of the church are the 13th century wall paintings and the original consecration crosses. 


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