St Botolph without Bishopsgate Church

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St Botolph without Bishopsgate Church

Christian worship has probably been offered on this site since Roman times. The original Saxon church, the foundations of which were discovered when the present church was erected, is first mentioned as "Sancti Botolfi Extra Bishopesgate" in 1212. Sir William Allen, Lord Mayor (1571-2) who was born and buried in the parish marked his mayoralty by repairing the Church at his own expense. Although the church survived the Great Fire of London (1666) St. Botolph's had by the early eighteenth century fallen into disrepair and the decision was made to build a new church. The old church was demolished in 1725, and the present church, the fourth on this site, was completed in 1729 to the designs of James Gould, under the supervision of George Dance. It is aisled and galleried in the classic style, and is unique among the City churches in having its tower at the East End, with the chancel underneath. The font, pulpit and organ all date from the eighteenth century.

Size (Sq Ft) 100m2
Price per day £2,000
Available for hourly hire Yes
Price per hour £250
Features
electricity
cold water
hot water
toilet facilities
cafes/shops around
highway nearby
other sound disruptions
negotiable price
better price for longer term
step-free access
standard door access
high ceilings
Crew Size
Any
Country GB
City London
Other Additional Info

e=hallandcourt@botolph.org.uk
www.botolph.org.uk

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