You can see the spire of this church from many parts of the town. It stands white and strong midst a skyline of much newer and grander buildings, but it will not be hidden. Strangely, when you are close it's harder to see, shrouded as it is by trees and other historic buildings. But when you get to it, you must go inside, The restoration of the old pews is magnificent, and the building itself is drenched in the history that made the town what it is. I was fortunate enough, when inside, to catch a short, but free talk about the church and its main dates, and the prominent people who have played a part in its life. It's a delightful visit, and one with lots of interest to those of you who enjoy hearing about how cities and nations come about.
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