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St George Garrison Church, Grand Depot Road

St George Garrison Church, Grand Depot Road, London SE18 View on map

St George Garrison Church is a grade II listed building, built in the 1860s to designs by TH Wyatt as the Garrison Church for the Royal Artillery. It contains significant decorative features and a VC memorial depicting St George and the Dragon. In 1944 the site was bombed. It exists today as a ruin. The VC memorial survives.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Sundays: January - March, 10am - 1pm; April - September, 10am - 4pm; October - December, 10am - 1pm. Please check the website for special events and other opening times.

Directions

Opposite The Royal Artillery Barracks Underground: Woolwich Arsenal (15 minutes walk)

Parking Spaces

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Disabled Access

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