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St. Edward the Confessor Church (Romford)

St. Edward the Confessor Church is the parish church of the old market town of Romford in Essex, now part of Greater London.

It is situated in the busy Market Place.

The church is a Victorian replacement for an earlier mediaeval chapel.

It was built in 1851 by John Johnson of Leicester, who spent most of his working life as the County Architect of Essex, and has a tall spire, which rises to 162 feet.

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