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Very typical of the southern churches. The gargoyles appear on the roofs as they should. It is a place of worship. When We looked round a member of the church took us round. Staff friendly and welcoming and knowledgeable volunteers.
Looking round the outside of this beautiful church I was struck by the beauty of the flint walls. At the bottom they are split to show the shiny insides. Great doors, the carpenters must have been so strong to hang these. Inside is white and...More
This High Anglican Church is quite stunning. I always find it interesting that there are associations with Roman Catholic Saints (in this case BL John Ball) in Anglican Churches because of the Reformation. The architecture is also very impressive - we stopped by for a...More
We had a great time visiting the church. Liked the old features and how "welcoming" it felt. Make sure you donate some money when visiting too. We picked 5 candles and prayed for our grandparents that passed away years ago.
We called in on an unplanned visit on a weekday afternoon just before Christmas and were delighted to find it buzzing. Several delightful ladies were there to talk about the place, to offer tea and coffee, to sell handmade bits and pieces. We counted more...More