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This Victorian Gothic Revival / Early English style church built of red sandstone and brick was built in 1873 and designed by the architect John Cundall who was later responsible for the Leamington Spa town hall. The interior was originally illuminated with a variety of stage spot lights, metal halide discharge and PAR38 fittings and various tungsten floodlight fittings. These have been replaced with 4000 lumen projector fittings with DALI ballasts all controlled with a Mode Lighting eDin control system. The lighting can be operated from single flush retractive switches, a 10 button scene control plate or from smart devices such as iPhone, iPad or a PC.
***Photoraphs are with kind permission of PCC of St Paul’s Church