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St Michael and All Angels, Lansdowne Drive

St Michael and All Angels, Lansdowne Drive, Hackney, London E8 3LR View on map

A bold and distinctive church, designed by the notable 20th century church architect N F Cachemaille-Day in 1959-60. Built of pale brick laid in stretcher bond over a concrete frame with a copper covered dome. It is impressive for the quality of its interior, but with external interest as well, namely the striking sculpture of St. Michael slaying the dragon over the entrance porch. The interior features a shallow concrete shell roof with shallow segmental lights on all sides, these with colourful glass mosaic designed by the architect. Large series of murals and glass by the contemporary artist John Hayward.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

All year, Wednesday 9am - 3pm, except public holidays.

Directions

To the west side of London Fields South Hackney. Rail: London Fields (10 minutes walk). Bus: Route 394 (Hackney to Islington).

Parking Spaces

4

Parking spaces available by appointment only.

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes