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A lovely old church set in the centre of Northampton, looks old and is well kept, the grounds are pleasant and the seats are a welcome place to sit and watch the world go by. The church wasn't open the day I was there, but...More
Located in the town centre on St Giles Street this is a lovely example of a church.
Small grounds are a public right of ways with benches to enjoy the setting and watch the world go by.
At nigh time it is lit to show...More
Be advised that this church is not always open but do not let that put you off visiting.
This is located at the end of St Giles Street and close to the busy Abington Street. The church is beautiful with some lovely stain glass windows....More
Being a stranger to the town, I had some difficulty in finding this church. When I did find it, I discovered that an event was about to commence so I was unable to view the interior. From the outside, it appears to be quite a...More
This coffee shop is in the foyer of the church a little odd but does serve good coffee and light meals. It is a little bit of a strange place but better than a sterile high street coffee shop. There is in the good weather...More
St Giles church is in Northampton town centre. The church dates back to 11th century.
The church has the most beautiful stained glass windows.
They still hold service in the church at 10.30am and for adults and teenage children there is a Seville at 7pm...More
St Giles is situated in the town centre of Northampton, between Abington Street and St Giles' Street.
It is mediaeval and in excellent condition.
Robert Browne, the founder of the Congregational Church movement, and ' Father of the Pilgrims ' who went to America is...More