Despite a rich history going back to the 7th Century the current church was built at the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign through the drive of the then vicar Dr Walter Hook. The alter screen and panels at the east end is made of mosaics the latter by the Venetian glassworker Salviati. The church still possesses galleries some of which were originally rented. The rebuilding of the church led to the re-founding of the Choir attracting to it the foremost musician of his day Samuel Sebastian Wesley as organist.
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