Although it's said Wrexham has a catherderal I'm told thats not the case but don't quote me on that. if so it would be St Marys Catholic church. Although St Giles church is well worth a visit and possibly the better of the two. Being a 1st grade listed building it has a lot to show not only is it... 更多
A beautiful Church, in the middle of a Town but so peaceful Inside. In the grounds of the Church is the tomb of Yale who founded Yale College in Amaerica. I once took a group of Beaver Scouts to visit the Church and we searched the stones for marks of the stone masons. One stone from the Chur h was... 更多
I was killing time while waiting for a friend and decided to visit St Giles. I was so glad I did! It's one of the best medieval churches I've ever visited. In fact, it's described as one of the seven wonders of Wales and quite rightly so. Apart from the medieval and Tudor history, if you're interested in WW1 history... 更多
Having a quick visit to Wrexham market I parked in the church car park so felt obliged to visit. Was really impressed with this lovely church and the stained glass window, glad I popped it where I found a quiet, peaceful haven away from the Manding crowd.
While Wrexham itself doesn't seem to have found a role to replace its lost industries (primarily of coal, leather and brewing) - I don't know of anywhere else in the UK with such an astonishingly high proportion of empty commercial properties in the town centre - it has the distinction of this imposing and attractive medieval church, especially with the... 更多
I had been told this was a very interesting church and one that I should visit. However it was very dark and whilst there were plenty of descriptive leaflets in various languages there were none in English.