St Michael’s Church

St Michael’s Church, Askham: Tickets, Tours, Address, St Michael’s Church Reviews: 4/5

St Michael’s Church
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Mark P
Birmingham, UK8 contributions
Pleasant
Dec 2020 • Couples
Worth the visit while on a walk of which there are many. Great for dog walks and cyclists. Stunning river side walks
Written December 16, 2020
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938fjg
Ulverston, UK1,846 contributions
Wedding Venue
Jun 2017 • Friends
We went to a wedding here last year and the reception in Askham Hall just up the hill.
Great wedding venue and very pretty inside. Lots of connections to the Lowther family.
Written May 11, 2018
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penny025
Carlisle, UK497 contributions
Fascinating old church
Apr 2018 • Family
If you are in Askham it is worth walking down the hill towards the river and having a look around this fascinating old church. A hidden gem.
Written April 2, 2018
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ajjenks225
Blackpool, UK14 contributions
Worth a peek.
Sep 2017 • Couples
Lovely quaint church ,steeped in history.If you get married here a photo of your big day along with order of service is displayed in the church. It was a really sweet little place that gives you a sense of the rural community it serves. There is also a lovely walk from the church grounds taking you along the river.
Written October 4, 2017
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John H
London, UK624 contributions
An impressive church in a beautiful setting
Mar 2017 • Couples
We visited this church after reading an excellent review by Simon Jenkins who has featured it in his book 'England's Thousand Best Churches'. It is set in the attractive parkland of Lowther Castle which runs along the edge of a beautiful ravine.
Inside there are many Lowther family monuments & memorials, several from the early 17th century. They are really impressive & some of them are undergoing some restoration at present to preserve their grandeur. There are also some interesting carvings on the Norman columns & these can be seen very easily from the raised gallery at the West end of the church.
Written March 24, 2017
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