A prominent feature of Beddington Park, flint-clad St. Mary’s Church was built in the 14th century and extended and restored in 1867- 69.

It is Grade II listed, with significant amounts of building fabric from the 14th and 15th centuries in its construction. It also has relics from around 1200 and other interesting artefacts covering the centuries that followed including the font, and tombs for the Carew family.

Heavily decorated in Victorian times, the church has an organ screen designed by William Morris and an unusual altarpiece depicting the Last Judgement.

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Church Path,
Greater London
OS Grid Ref:
TQ 29583 65254
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