This is the first religious building at Poundbury. It is a modest chapel of yellow stock brick. It is defined by four stone Corinthian pilasters which have feathers rather than the traditional acanthus leaves. There is a modillion cornice with the Prince of Wales feathers in the pediment and a Gibbsian rusticated doorway.
St Simon Zelotes ChurchDesigned by Joseph Peacock (a rogue goth) in 1851, St Simon Zelotes is a striking and distinctive church built in the High Victorian tradition. It has a Kentish Rag Stone
St Ebbe’sSt Ebbe’s is a rapidly growing church in the heart of Oxford. It has a diverse congregation and is especially full during term time. To be able to gather the