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This lovely Church was selected to house a Flower festival event to commemorate the end of World War 1. The entire beautiful Church was decorated from ceiling to floor with arrangements depicting the trenches, early aeroplanes, naval involvement, art nouveau, home life including grief, poverty,...More
I have visited this church twice now, once was as they were getting ready for a flower festival and then I returned to the flower festival.
On it’s own the church is a lovely church to visit but during the flower festival it was spectacular....More
Bright and airy in good condition. The stained glass windows, long choir stall, memorial plaque, attractive tiled porch all go to make it an interesting church worthy of a call in. At the rear of the church, outside, is a memorial tablet to what we...More
Well worth a trip to view the stunning Norman carvings on the pillars of the church tower. But what a pity that one of them was obscured by a step ladder! The north ailse too has very impressive Romanesque capitals. No staff or guides available...More
It's a church with a fair sized welcoming congregation....we heard a fine teaching sermon and thoroughly enjoyed the service.....we will worship there whoever we visit this area in the future and thank the regulars there for their warmth and kindness.
This huge Minster Church lends itself to holding community and cultural events, either in the daytime or evening. The acoustics are okay and there is a satisfactory wireless audio system. The seating is comfortable. It's worth checking out their programme of often varied events.
Clearly a well used church. We found the stain glass windows and old wooden pews especially interesting but there is much to see in this small church. Well worth a visit if you are in the town.
Can be seen from most places in the...More
Known locally as the Cathedral of the Wolds, this is an important parish Anglican church and situated in the heart of Pocklington in a prominent position. The foundations of the church go back to Saxon times and some pieces of the church are Norman, but...More
Take time to walk round the outside of the Church and spot the different types and styles of masonry, reflecting the prosperity of the Town through the ages. Also take time to study the restored Sotheby Cross
The Church now has Minster status conferred by...More