I have walked past this lovely old building dozens of times. I have read about it in local histories. I have seen plenty of pictures and photos of the outside but almost nothing of the interior, except for Yvonne Turner's short assembly cut to Bach chamber music and easily found on YouTube. Her style of slow close up pans across architectural features etc does not include anything which gives a clear wide view or any real impression of the interior. We have tried several times to gain entry and find out more but if you come to the building and look at or even knock on any of the doors to the upper (non-restaurant) part then there is never a reply and there are no notices with any contact details or any explanation of how or whether entry can be gained ever. Who owns it, the Church? The council? Some private individual. A very fine building has been turned into a fair poor local asset or attraction because so little can be found out about it.
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