Yet another delightful country town church. So peaceful and serene. Built in the 1200's it's in amazing condition. Theres a plaque to John Hawley who is supposed to have been a character in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. It's also listed in one of the the top 100 churches in England. Well worth a visit.
I first visited this medieval church last week and found it beautiful and tranquil with many ornate carvings and stained glass windows. I later visited as a member of the congregation and found it very conducive to worship and prayer. I can also recommend st Petroc's and St Clement's churches in the parish; they are all listed buildings and well...
Such a lovely place to stop the world for a while and just think and find peace.
Nice to find a church still open to the public that doesn't charge you a fortune for the privilege of entering! It was free to enter and as you leave their is a donation box, but no pressure to give.
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The Church located in a back street is simply stunning with the most incredible wood carvings and wonderful carved door. As you walk around the church there are information boards which explain the history of this beautiful church. The stained glass windows upstairs are superb.