St George’s Garrison Church in Woolwich removed from Heritage at Risk Register - Press Images

The interior of St George’s Garrison Church looking towards the east end from the gallery. c.1905 (Historic England Archive – image can only be used in conjunction with this press release and not retained in image libraries)

St George’s Garrison Church, Woolwich before the site was acquired by the London Historic Buildings Trust in 2011 (London Historic Buildings Trust)

The east end of St George’s Garrison Church, Woolwich after completion, 2020 (Historic England)

 

Installation of the canopy over the east end of St George’s Garrison Church, 2015 (London Historic Buildings Trust)

Scaffolding at the east end of St George’s Garrison Church during conservation works, 2015 (London Historic Buildings Trust)

The decorative east end tiles at completion of the conservation works, 2019 (London Historic Buildings Trust)

Cleaning of the Salviati Murals at the east end, 2015 (London Historic Buildings Trust)



Performance of The Black Victorians choreographed by Jeanefer Jean-Charles, performed as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, 2020 (Woolwich Garrison Church Trust)

Performance of A Winters Tale by the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre in 2018 (Woolwich Garrison Church Trust)

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