St Augustine of Hippo
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51. ST. AUGUSTINE, Edgbaston (St. Augustine's Rd., Hagley Rd.), a stone building in the late13th-century style designed by J. A. Chatwin and consisting of apsidal chancel, nave, aisles, and north transept, was consecrated in 1868, as a chapel of ease to St. Bartholomew's, Edgbaston. (fn. 24) A tall south tower with a spire was added in 1876. A parish was assigned out of St. Bartholomew's in 1889, the living, a vicarage, being in the gift of the bishop. (fn. 25) Part of the parish was transferred to St. John's, Harborne, in 1906, (fn. 26) and part was taken to form the parish of St. Germain, Edgbaston (1920). The City Road mission room, licensed for public worship from 1896, and transferred from the parish of Christ Church, Summerfield, in 1906, was later consecrated as St. Germain's, Edgbaston. There were other licensed missions at Sandon Road, 1891- 1908, at the Magdalen Home chapel, 1903-18, and at 315, Hagley Road, 1909-13. (fn. 27)
This is a Grade II* listed building whose record can be found on the
Historic England website - https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1076222.