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St Clement, King Square

St Clement, King Square, London EC1V 8DA View on map

Waterloo church built 1822-26 by Thomas Hardwick, the body of the church rebuilt in 1953 by Gordon Jackson and Partners and Norman Haines Design Partnership. Simple neo classical style. A short flight of steps leads to a great ionic portico, surmounted by a needle spire. The inside is a light airy space following the post war restoration.


Opening Arrangements

Tuesday and Sunday 9am - 1pm


Facing King Square Park off Lever Street close to the junction with Old Street and Central Street. Rail: Old Street, Angel and Barbican (approximately 10 minute walk). Bus: routes 4, 56, 55, 243, 43, 205 and 214.

Parking Spaces


On-street parking in Lever Street

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes