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We visited Grimsby and stopped off at the Minster to take a look. It was open to visit but we could not find any information on its history inside. Lovely stained glass windows and a large War Memorial in an area to one side. It...More
I can not believe the changes made the font being moved from rear West end to front thereof. Pews been replaced by chairs. Most disturbing of all a wonder brass eagle lectin and wooden pulpit have completely vanished, the lectin was very special and is...More
St James is the original church central to grimsby dating back to the 16th century. It became a minster about 6 to 8 years ago.
Definitely worth a visit as it has firm historical lincs with the fishing industry.
Nice to go inside if you like that kind off thing past here with my mum when we visited the market place and freshney place on my birthday in February Although not a lot to do around st James church you can sit outside and...More
This is a bit of an undiscovered gem for anyone interested at all in good buildings, great stained glass and a peaceful environment if you want that. There was helpful staff to answer questions and direct our attention to the most interesting areas.
Sadly, when we last visited here last Christmas, the Minster was closed, but luckily today was open. Lovely stained glass windows, beautiful and poignant WW1 dedications. Loved the small alcoves above where spotlights had been fitted. Worth visiting.