Small church but very interesting . Worth the climb up the hill. Notice the kneeling pillows . Like many churches in England they are needlepointed, beautiful
It was worth the walk up the hill in December. The Christmas Tree exhibition was so interesting, and it added to the ambiance of this historic building. Very magical! They also have musicians throughout the day, so that made it absolutely perfect. Didn't stay long enough to try the cafe, but enjoyed the views over Bakewell from the doors!
We visited this church the first week in January, just when the Christmas Tree festival was being dismantled. It is a very impressive church for a small town, with plenty of historic monuments and furnishings to explore. Many of these are well explained in information boards, and there is an excellent short guide to ensure you see the interesting and... 更多
What a interesting church, so much to see,some of the best bits 14th century font,coat of arms Charles 1st, monument to sir John Manners and his wife sanctuary and alter and much more. The Xmas tree festival was on while we was there it was great also had a mock up well dressing made with foliage and wool ,it was... 更多
This is a very old church with many interesting artifacts. It is still a vibrant parish and it was fun to see the locals preparing for their Christmas tree festival next week. There are many interesting tombstones in the graveyard surrounding the church.
I came here a few years ago but this time was not in a hurry so was able to have a lengthy explore of the churchyard and the interior. There are many interesting and wonderful gravestones and the collection of grave markers stretching back some 1500 years is amazing. The 14th century font is splendid. It is worth investing £2... 更多
This church is well worth a visit. The alter carvings are most unusual and there are some lovely stained glass windows. There are also the tombs of the Manners family from near by Haddon Hall.