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Tideswell, Derbyshire
Step into the church St John the Baptist, also known as the ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ because it is the largest and most beautiful church in the area. Enjoy the tapestries, the stained gl...
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Be amazed when you look up and see the crooked spire on the St Mary and all Saints church. The twisted and leaning spire is nearly three metres tall from its true centre and it twists about 45 degr...
Llangar, Denbighshire
Visit this wonderful church, but don’t be deceived with its whitewash appearance as it holds wonders inside. See magnificent 15th-century wall paintings which still survive, thanks in part to...
Manchester
Be inspired as you walk around this magnificent architectural masterpiece where tranquillity and beauty surrounds you. Witness high Victorian Gothic architecture as you stroll along elegant cloiste...
Corwen, Denbighshire
The chapel’s plain exterior gives little hint of the riches within. Religiously glorious in glorious technicolour. Never judge a chapel, or a church for that matter, by its exterior. Step inside 17...
Ystrad Fflur, Ceredigion
There is much to captivate at this evocative, historically important site Is Latin double dutch to you? Strata Florida translates from Latin simply as the Vale of Flowers. Want to try the Welsh? He...
Tintern, Gwent
An area of outstanding beauty complemented by this outstanding beauty in stone. If only the walls could talk! The chants of countless monks echo through the masonry here. Despite the shell of this ...
Bristol, England
St Mary Redcliffe Church is a treasure of international importance: a Grade I listed building that is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. It has soaring walls, crowned with a ceiling of glitterin...
Macclesfield, Cheshire
Visit this impressive red-bricked Anglican church that was the first to be built for the Church of England in Macclesfield. When Charles Roe, the industrialist, received permission to build this ‘h...
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Berwick Parish Church, dedicated to The Holy Trinity & Saint Mary, is a rare example of Civil War Church. The church was built in 1650 from the stones of George Hume, Earl of Dunbar’s palace, b...
Helmsey, Yorkshire
Rievaulx Abbey, set in a remote valley in the North York Moors National Park, is one of the most complete and atmospheric abbey ruins in England. It is a popular visitor attraction where you will l...
Sevenoaks, Kent
St. Mary the Virgin, Riverhead, Kent is in the parish of Riverhead with Dunton Green. The Church was first consecrated in 1831 and ever since then Christian worship has been offered week by week an...
Colwyn Bay, North Wales
The Guinness Book of Records lists this wonderful little church as the smallest ‘church in use’. It measures 11 by 8 feet and only has enough seats for six people, but around twenty worshippers can...
Gravesend, Kent
St Peter and St Paul is the small and ancient church of the tiny downland parish of Luddesdowne in north west Kent. The church, with a late Norman house and attendant farm, clustered among old tree...
Hereford, Herefordshire
Belmont Abbey is a community of about 45 Benedictine monks who attend the Abbey church five times a day, designed by E W Pugin, founded in 1859 and housing fine stained glass and carvings. The Abbe...
Geddington, Northamptonshire
Visited by at least a dozen Kings and Queens, the Church of St Mary Magdalene, Geddington has been declared ‘The Most Interesting Parish Church in England’ by scholars and tourists. Behind it once ...
York, Yorkshire
From the world’s greatest treasures to the smallest curiosities, York Minster is one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals, with foundations rooted in the nation’s earliest history. Explore a ...
Macclesfield, Cheshire
The foundation of the church can be traced back to before 1278 when it was endowed by Queen Eleanor of Castile. The main structure of St Michael’s today is late Victorian and was designed by the ar...
Faversham, Kent
The ruins of this small Anglo-Saxon and Medieval chapel is the only Christian building in England that has the remains of a 4th century Romano-British pagan mausoleum. Walk through the valley of op...
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