St Augustine, Honor Oak Park
St Augustine, Honor Oak Park, Southwark, London SE23 3LE View on map
Facing southward on the slope of One Tree Hill at 300 feet above sea level, the church was designed in 1872 to combine an imposing interior with the external appearance - achieved by use of Kentish Ragstone facings - of a village church. The tower commemorates Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887.
All year: Wednesday 11am - 1pm (coffee morning and artist exhibition); Tuesday during school term 9.30am - 11.30am (mother and toddler group); Saturday 10am - 12pm. May and Autumn fairs. Open to visitors during weekdays and weekends (please contact in advance). Orchestral and museum concerts throughout the year (please see website for more information).
- Open on Heritage Open Day
On the north side of B238 Honor Oak Park, accessible from the west via Forest Hill or Peckham and from the east via Brockley Rise. Entrance to driveway leading up the hill from the road is next to the Hindu Temple Maha Laxmi Satsang Mandir. Rail: Honor Oak Park ( ¼ mile). Bus: routes P12 (Surrey Quays) and P4 (between Brixton and Lewisham).
Free parking for approx. 15 vehicles on the side driveway leading down the hill.
- Wheelchair access: No
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes