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St Augustine, St Augustine's Avenue

St Augustine, St Augustine's Avenue, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 6BA View on map

St Augustine's was built in 1881, the architect being John Oldrid Scott. Grade 2* Building, re-ordered in 1987. Victorian gothic in style, outer walls lined with flint knaps in between bathstone masonry. Dominant central tower with views over South Croydon.


Opening Arrangements

Every Saturday between 10am and 12 Midday when tea and coffee are served. The church and centre is staffed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday so access is possible during this time. Out of hours access can be arranged if reasonable notice is given via the contact name phone number.


St Augustines Church, St Augustines Avenue, South Croydon, CR2 6BA Road access - A235, Brighton Nearest Railway Station - Purley Oaks, 0.4 Miles from Church Bus Routes (regular & frequent) Brighton Road, No's 60, 312, 407, 466, 166 & Many more.

Parking Spaces


On street parking - First come first served.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes