Belle Vue Road, North Town, Aldershot, Hants
Basilican design, no doubt very old-fashioned for its date. However, the interior is light and elegant.
The church is a brick-built basilica with stone dressings to the windows and entrance door. There are three-light clear glass windows in the four bay aisles, and six three-light clear glass windows in the clerestory. The west front has a large three-light window which illuminates the west gallery. The entrance vestibule has two single light windows in the sides. The interior consists of a nave and two aisles, the latter being single height. Shallow segmental arches spanning between columns with square cushion capitals. The interior is spacious and well lit, with wooden pews in the nave and chairs in the aisles. The altar is of marble.
Architect: H Bingham Towner
Original Date: 1963
Conservation Area: Yes
Listed Grade: Not Listed