This church has one of the most beautiful stained glass windows it is breath taking! Well worth a visit as it is right in the town centre.
There was a rainbow flower display in St Mary's when I was there, hence the look in. I was really glad I went....the huge stained glass window is well worth seeing, and the tea room in the vestry had good cakes!
This antique fair is held in the beautiful St.Marys church in the centre of Shrewsbury on the 2nd saturday of each month. I happened upon it and it is worth the £1 entry fee as you get a cuppa and a wee sit down. The stands have all sorts of antiques and prices are affordable. Worth a nosey if you... More
Stunning church with interesting history and beautiful Tudor ceiling. Friendly & helpful guide opened up another area when she realised we were interested in the stained glass.
This is a beautiful old church, with spectacular stained glass windows, and a tall elegant spire. There was a flower festival on the day we visited, with some beautiful displays.We really enjoyed our visit,
Visited this church on 3rd October and was overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of it. The stained glass windows are truly beautiful and make sure you look at the ceiling using the mirror provided. You get a better view of it and also it gives you the chance to appreciate all the workmanship that has gone in to it. Whilst... More
This is a lovely church with some wonderful stained glass from European churches. Coffee shop not open that often. In care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Must visit in the centre of town.
I live in Lancashire and we also have a St Chad's in our town, ours is not quite as grand or unique as The St Chad's in Shrewsbury. St Chad was the first Bishop of Mercia in the 7th, Century after a millenium of misuse St Chad's Church was rebuilt in 1792 with stones from the first church laid in... More
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