The only remaining military chapel in London, The Guards Chapel was rebuilt in a beautifully spare style following almost total destruction by a flying bomb in 1944.
Part of the headquarters of the Mothers Union, this chapel is full of images and artwork celebrating women.
As nearby Westminster Abbey was a monastery church, local people needed a place to worship and so St Margaret's was founded in the 12th century.
The Chapel of St Mary Undercroft was completed by King Edward I in 1297, further developed under Edward II, and finally completed by Edward III in around 1365.
A very warm welcome to our beautiful medieval church, which lies tucked away down a quiet lane on the south side of the village.
The Grade I church is well grouped with the manor house.
There seem to have been chapels of the Knights Templars and Hospitallers in Wetherby but these would be distinct from a parochial chapel for the use of the ordinary laity.
The church was built as a Congregational Church on the initiative of a local resident, Benjamin Scott, Chamberlain of the City of London, in 1864-5.
More information about this church coming soon.
Largely medieval church displaying the evolution of a well developed 13th century church from a Norman core.