The Parish Church of St Anne, Kew
St Anne’s Church, built in 1714, located on Kew Green, is a living parish church, caring for the needs of the local community. It plays an important part in the life and work of the borough, acting as a focal point both for those who live in the area and for the million or so visitors who come to Kew each year, contributing to the thriving tourist industry.
Many people enjoy St Anne’s because of its position on Kew Green and delight in the essential village charm, with cricket pitch and surrounding elegant period houses and pubs. Some enjoy its fine architectural shape and design. Others enjoy it as an excellent venue for music, and there must be many, whilst not necessarily members of the congregation, who would not want to see the church fall into disrepair and ruin.
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