Built 1641, Consecrated 1665, Completed 1708
Named in honour of King Charles I
ruined by enemy action, 21 March 1941
Partially restored 1952, by the City, in co-operation with the Ministry of Work.
The idea of restoration having been sponsored by the Old Plymouth society,
as a memorial to those citizens of Plymouth who were killed in Air-Raids on the city in the 1939-45 War.