A short re-visit to this charming church which is often in congregational use or otherwise 'occupied' making photography difficult. But, hey, that's the way it should be.
"The church was completed in 1817, at an overall cost of £80,000.
A local resident was Charles Dickens (1812–1870), in Devonshire Terrace, whose son was baptised in this church (a ceremony fictionalised in "Dombey and Son"). Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett were married in this phase of the church in 1846 (their marriage certificate is preserved in the church archives). The church was also used in location filming for the 1957 film recounting their story, The Barretts of Wimpole Street. (Wiki)
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