Richmond Church Walk - St Mary Magdalene Church
St Mary Magdalene, Richmond, in the Anglican Diocese of Southwark, is a Grade II listed parish church on Paradise Road, Richmond, London. The body of the church, which also includes an early 16th-century tower faced with flint and stone in 1903-04, was built in 1750.
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Updated: 18/09/2014


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