A 17thC Laudian church with unique mixture of Classic and Gothic architecture. The glass in the east window is in the shape of a Catherine wheel and is contemporary with the rebuilding of the church in 1630. The tower dates from 1504. The organ dates from 1686 and is housed in a fine Gibbons case. Originally built by Father Smith, it has been altered and enlarged over the years mainly by Willis in 1863.
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86 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 3DH
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St Katharine Cree Church
86 Leadenhall StreetLondonEC3A 3DH
- +44 (0)20 7488 4318
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