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A thousand years of history

The church is built on the site where St Alfege was killed by the Danes in 1012 AD.

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St Alfege, Archbishop of Canterbury, was taken hostage by the Danes after they burnt down his cathedral during a raid on the city. They took him to Greenwich, hoping to ransom him for 3,000 gold marks, a huge sum of money. St Alfege refused to be ransomed, knowing it could mean starvation for many of his people, and as a result he was martyred. 

Heart of Greenwich Place and People project - rich heritage of St Alfege Church to be revealed thanks to National Lottery players.   The project aims reinforce the church’s position as a heritage asset at the heart of Greenwich, reveal and interpret our hidden spaces and heritage for everyone.  
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