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This church, sited at the eastern end of the town, is very much steeped in history.
The internal inspection was a bit disappointing compared to others of this age. It is quite modern inside and, I felt, lacked the energy that centuries of love, pray...More
We came here for an evening concert with a ladies choir and a male voice choir. As well as the concert being excellent the church proved to be an excellent venue with tremendous acoustics. It was also nice to see that they had taken the...More
A brief look inside St Mary's will probably disappoint, it is lopsided. The pillars, that are on side of the nave only, fight with the arch of the chancel, and those who prefer a church to be a relic of a bygone era rather than...More
Marlborough is such an old town and the centre has not been spoiled. With the widest high street in England where there is a local market every Wednesday and Saturday it makes for an interesting conversation piece.
Situated on a rise near the town hall at one end of the High Street.
It's a nice-enough looking building from the outside with its crenellated square tower and quiet churchyard.
You can see signs of Civil War damage on the north side of the...More