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Turn right en route from the High Street to the cathedral and you may be forgiven for missing the entrance to the left of St. Lawrence’s Church. Completely surrounded by adjoining buildings there is no space to take a photograph of its tower to its...More
We would just like to say that we had a wonderful experience for the funeral service for my Aunt. The vicar was very helpful and professional. The church itself was a real historical piece of preservation right in the shopping centre of the city of...More
A great little church hidden away but close near the square and town. Our friend guided us to it - we would never have come across it without him, but it was a real treat, completed secreted away amongst other buildings.
St. Lawrence church is located close to the cathedral and is on the street called The Square. It was said to be the chapel of William the Conquoerer and was built in 1069. Destroyed in 1141 then rebuilt and restored many times over the centuries,...More
You will likely pass this hidden little church on your way to the cathedral. It is well worth taking some time out to look around it - it is a little beauty.
And it's absolutely free to do so in contrast to its bigger relation.