St Augustine's Centre

Local nameSt Augustine's Centre
LocationBrighton, United Kingdom

St Augustine's Church is a former Anglican church in Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove. It is close to the Preston Park and Round Hill areas in the central northern part of the city. Built in 1896 and extended in 1914, its parish was extended after a nearby church closed, but in 2003 it was declared redundant itself. The building, which is listed at Grade II in view of its architectural importance, has stood empty since then, apart from a few years from 2004 when the building was leased by the Elim Pentecostal Church. The Pentecostal congregation made free-standing internal changes to create internal spaces which could be heated in winter, but did not touch the fabric of the building.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Augustine's_Church,_Brighton

Address Stanford Avenue, BN1 6EA, Brighton

Coordinates 50°50'17.842" N -0°8'23.774" E

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