St Ann's Church, HMNB Portsmouth
|St. Ann's Church|
St Ann's Church within Her Majesty's Naval Base Portsmouth
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|Heritage designation||Grade II listed|
|Designated||25 September 1972|
|Archdeaconry||Archdeaconry of the Royal Navy|
|Chaplain(s)||The Rev'd James Francis RN|
The original church was built in 1704, on the site of what is now Admiralty House. The present church was opened in 1786, and is built in red brick in Flemish bond. It was possibly designed by Marquand, a Navy Board surveyor, working under Samuel Wyatt at Admiralty House. The contractors were Thomas Parlby & Sons. The church suffered some bomb damage in May 1941, and was restored in 1955-6.
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