St Andrew, (Hastings, Christ Church & St Andrew)

Denomination:

Anglican.

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Address:

Queens Road, Hastings, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 581902, 109745, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

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Building information:

Built: 1869.

Demolished: 1970.

Architect: Habershon, M E & Brock, E P L.

Style: Early English of stone with a slim south east tower capped with a pyramidal spire. Nave with single aisle, chancel with apse.

Current use: Demolished.

(Commercial - Morrisons Petrol Station)

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Notes:

Robert Noonan, a local man, was employed by Burton & Co to carry out the decoration of the chancel in 1905. The Church was situated close to Burtons' premises in Queens Road.<br>Noonan's work was covered in whitewash in 1966 and in 1970 the church was demolished, although a small section was salvaged and restored in 1982. It is now preserved in the Hastings Museum. The church also contained an artwork by Hastings born author Robert Tressell. .

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