St Alban, (Brighton, Resurrection)

Denomination:

Anglican.

Internet:

A Church Near You (Church of England site for this church).

Address:

Coombe Road, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 532575, 106175, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

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Building information:

Built: 1910 - 14.

Closed: 2006.

Demolished: c. 2013.

Architect: Lacy W Ridge.

Style: Early English of red brick with stone dressings. South west turret with pyramidal roof. Arcade incomplete.

Current use: Demolished.

(Housing on site.)

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Notes:

Lacy W. Ridge built this church between 1910 and 1914 to serve the Coombe Road suburb east of Lewes Road—an area historically known as East Preston. It became part of the Parish of the Resurrection in 1974, with the churches of St Martin, St Luke and St Wilfrid, and was closed on 22 November 2006. Demolition and replacement with houses were authorised in February 2013.

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