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The ancient village of Lower Edmonton, around the Parish Church of All Saints', was small in comparison to today's suburb and separate from Upper Edmonton to the south which was the other main settlement in the parish. Westwards the village hardly extended beyond the corner of Church Street and Church Lane. Now all that survives in Church Street from before 1700 are the Parish Church and its churchyard whilst a handful of other buildings such as Charles Lamb's Cottage and the former Charity School date from before 1800.
PLAN OF NOVEMBER 1907 SHOWING COMPLETED AND PROPOSED WORKS
The building was indeed built in two phases with just a short pause between them. The file on the Bishop of London's Fund's grant contains Alder's plan dated November 1907 of the Hall with the built part in grey and Phase 2 in red. However, it is not accompanied by elevational drawings and there is a major difference between Phase 2 as shown in the plan and what was built.
Heritage Lottery Fund Involvement
Heritage Lottery Fund has been sponsoring the repairs on the church building. This is no doubt worthy of great appreciation.