Paul Roman Catholic Church
The church is situated in Maison Dieu Road
Inside the church there are two windows as memorials. On the
left is the Soldiers' Window. The inscription reads, "In
Memory of the Soldiers once stationed in Dover. May they
rest in peace."
Right is the Fragments Window. In memory of William McVey,
who died 16th June 1966, the window was reconstructed from
fragments of windows damaged by bombardment during the
Second World War.
Outside the church is one of the first war memorials erected
in Dover. It is in the form of a wooden cross, and may be
Also outside the church is the cherry tree, planted on
an anniversary of Hiroshima day, 6th August, 1989. It may be
seen on this
The church was razed by an arson attack, and very little
could be saved from the furnishings. A roll of honour said
to have been in the church is longer in existence.
all pictures by Simon Chambers