Guildford

Stag Hill

Guildford Cathedral.  copper angel. Finally a see in 1927 using Holy Trinity church.  Competition for cathedral won by Maufe. Finished 1965. Curvilinear Gothic. Conservative even when first designed. Impressive and sober free Gothic. Eric Gill statutory and Maufe bronze doors. The engraved angels on the outside doors are by John Hutton. Above the glazed doors into the nave are the words "Veni Creator Spiritus" - Come, Holy Spirit. Our Cathedral is called the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit . Madonna and Child on the first stone pier on the left, carved by John Cobbett, There are over a thousand embroidered kneelers - all different. The floor is of creamy travertine marble - heated underneath by 6 miles of copper water pipes.   In the centre of the crossing is a brass stag which marks the point at the top of Stag Hill from which all the design was originally set out. the north transept gallery houses  part of the great organ, and underneath the wrought iron gateways of the Chapel of the Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment. window by Mark Angus. It was given in 1989 by the County Council to mark their centenary and glows with colour. In the Lady Chapel Over the altar is a figure of the Madonna and Child carved in wood.  in the Chapter House where the Dean and Chapter meet The floor is of West African hardwood, the stalls of Canadian maple. The Cathedral was built of bricks bought for half a crown each (121 /2p) by millions of individuals. The only ones on which the signatures are still visible. They are those of the Royal Family. in the Bishop's cathedra or chair. The carpet features the stag, the hill, the arms of the diocese, the flames of the Spirit -  on the altar candlesticks and in the rose window which illustrates the seven gifts of the Spirit. Children's Chapel engravings by John Hutton. The baptistry. Sky blue ceiling; green marble cross on the floor; symbols of doves, tongues of fire, scallop shells, anchor, stars, talking of Cod's Holy Spirit, his power, life's pilgrimage, hope and new life.

University of Surrey.  Was Battersea College of Technology, 1968 building plan.

Library Art Gallery

Lamp post from

University of Surrey Theatre

University sports bar.  open to all;

A3

Dennis site. Became part of Hestair group


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