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Standing on the High Street it is one of 5 parish churches in Exeter. Originally built after AD 900 no original records have been retained. It was the site of a famous wedding in 1582 of Lasy Elizabeth Russell to William 3rd Earl of Bath....More
Sitting in the exeter high street, opposite the white company shop is one of Exeter's oldest churches. Walked past by thousands of people and never taken a second glance to discover what's inside it's well worth a peep.
Probably originally a church would have stood here as early as 900 AD. It was important by the 1600's, when Exeter was enjoying its most prosperous period. At this time it lay at the heart of the City amongst the shops and offices of Exeter's...More
What a stunning building full of contradictions. The outer skin retains the origins of this church while the ultra modern interior breathes in the present. There is a fascinating pictorial overview of the reconstruction of the interior after damage. We saw the boards outside offering...More
Open daily and easily missed. A lovely red sandstone parish church close to the cathedral and well worth a look. An impressive hatchment on one wall and a number of ornate memorials. Very peaceful and lots of history with good interpretation. No charge for entry...More
It is easy to rush by this church as it is in the busy High St of Exeter surrounded by shops. Stop to admire the exterior architecture and arched walkway before popping in to the recently and tastefully refurbished interior .[In recent years the Summer...More