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District Church of St. Mark, Wray Park, Reigate.
The Illustrated London News, April 27th 1861.

"The district church of St. Mark, in Wray Park, Reigate is in the Early Decorated style and consists of a chancel, nave, aisles, and transcept. It contains seven hundred sittings, one-third of which are free. St. Mark's was opened and consecrated last year by the Lord Bishop of Winchester; the foundation stone having been laid by Earl Somers in July, 1859. The church (exclusive of the tower and spire) and the adjoining parsonage-house, for both of which a local stone was used, were built by Mr. W. Carruthers, builder, of Reigate, at a cost of £6,000, Messers. Field and Hilton, of Westminster, were architects."
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Noor Mohammed Hussain Attari from Accrington posted this comment on Thursday 22 April 2010 12:11:00.

A beautiful Church and people. Well remembered and prayed for.




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