Worcester St Alban



Worcester, Deansway, St Alban’s

A small Norman church near to the Cathedral, St Alban’s dates back to the 8th century and was part of the earliest Christian community in the city. Restored mid 19th century and declared redundant in 1976. The only city centre church to retain it’s medieval form it is now used as a day centre for homeless people (see Maggs Day Centre website below).
The east window is by Frederick Preedy, c1855. 


St Alban’s from a print dated 1793           St Alban’s in the early 20th Century
st alban May 2015          worcester st alban march 2008

worcs st alban east window 2008          worcester st alban march 2008

                                                                    St Alban’s Church

Bridges, Tim.  Churches of Worcestershire, 2005
Brooks, Alan and Nikolaus Pevsner. Buildings of England, Worcestershire, 2007.

Details of these books can be found on the bibliography page

Websites:          Grade II Listed Building:  Listing Details Here (Listed as Maggs Day Centre)                                      Historic England Listing:  Please Click Here                         
                           Maggs Day Centre Website
                           Family History Website   (For St Alban’s Church)
                           Church plans online:  Ground plan 1850 – 52          

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