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Lost Churches of the City

A brief look at some of the many churches of the City of London lost to decay, fire, war, reformation and urban redevelopment over the last 500 years.

Over 150 churches, chapels and religious houses have stood in the City of London over the past thousand years. About a third of these are still standing, most having been rebuilt at least once in their history, and some only survive as towers or gardens. In this evening lecture, FCC Trustee Signe Hoffos will look at historic evidence, and some of the City sites that once held churches. Join us at 18:00 for a glass of wine before the lecture in a church that's still standing!


Ms Signe Hoffos | talks


Date and Time:

30 January 2013 at 6:30 am


1 hour



The Friends of the City Churches
St Magnus the Martyr
Lower Thames Street


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