Parish Church of St Anselm in Hatch End opens doors to hidden history this weekend

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A parish church in Hatch End is holding an open day this weekend to allow visitors to explore its hidden history.

Visitors can explore the impressive 1895 Victorian neo-Gothic parish church of St Anselm, as well as taking part in other activities and games.

There will be bring-and-buy stalls and others selling treats and refreshments, as well as activities for children to take part in.

A range of special robes worn at the traditional Church of England venue will be on display, and many church traditions will be explained.

The open day, in Westfield Park, will be on between 11am and 4pm and entrance is free.

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