St Mark, (Kemptown, St George with St Anne & St Mark)

Denomination:

Anglican.

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Address:

Eastern Road, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 533080, 103745, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

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Building information:

Built: 1839.

Architect: Thomas Shelbourne.

Style: Gothic with a stone facing. Western tower with recessed spire. Vestry by W Gilbee Scott in 1891. Iron arcade.

Current use: Worship.

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Notes:

Originally built in 1849 in the gothic style with stone cladding and an iron arcade as a chapel for St Mary's Hall School. It later served as the Parish Church for the Sussex Square and Lewes Crescent area of Kemp Town. On closure in 1985 it returned to its original use as the chapel to the adjacent Anglican girls' boarding school.
In 1995/6 the church was used by the congregation of St John the Baptist Catholic Church during building work and again in 1998/9 by St George's for the same reason.

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