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The weight of time falls lightly on this really old church. Such a contrast to the many magnificent cathedrals that soared above our heads. Humble yet elegant with many beautiful features. Great parking area (for a fee) to explore the town and walk along the...More
Having walked up the hill to see the castle built by Queen Catherine Parr's grandfather William, we returned to the town to visit the Parish Church to see where he was buried. Have to say that his tomb was rather unimpressive, but the Church is...More
We had no idea that Kendal hosts the largest church in the Lake District. Parts of it were from the X111 century but most is more modern. It used to host 1100 people which must have been extraordinary.
Inside it has some lovely stained glass...More
This church is a leftover from the glory years of the Church of England and sits in the town -centre as a reminder if what things used to be.
It is sad in one way and must be a nightmare to the church authorities.Funding the...More
This church is enormous, and has really beautiful stained glass windows. It is very historic having been established in the 11th century.There are lots of leaflets to tell you about the history and point out the effigies, plaques and statues.
This is, officially, a church and not a cathedral, but visitors cannot fail to be impressed by its scale and majesty. It has a full peal of bells and a lovely riverside setting. It even has it’s own pub - one of only two in...More