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The reredos (or screen) was completed at two different times. The first production was in in 1955 when C.C. Scatcherd (wife and husband) donated the funds in the name of their lost infant son, John. The oak work consisted of 9 Gothic niches with images of the Good Shepherd and St. John the Evangelist. C.E. Noris (wife and husband) provided funds in 1970 in the memory their son Charles, who was killed in a motorcycle accident. The work was not completed however until 1977 and 1978. The side panels were dedicated on 11 September 1977 and the Empty Cross of Golgotha was dedicated on 17 July 1978. These panels are made of terra cotta. The work is inscribed: "Suffer little Children to come unto me"

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London, Middlesex Deanery, St. John the Evangelist London

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Chancel, Altar, Reredos


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