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Having sought free parking out of town, came across St Peter's Church whilst walking to theatre and could not resist entering, having read of 870AD century stone carving inside. Opening the doors revealed true wonders - a beautiful, beautiful building with many treasures, including its...More
This church is located in the town centre and on the pedestrian route from town to the railway station.
As it does not have the ordinary footfall of the town centre it is easily missed and passed by without a second look. It is olde...More
Wonderful old church, located about half way between the train station and the town centre. Very well kept with a wealth of detail to see. The volunteers were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. A rare historic gem, well worth a look if you are visiting Northampton.
Unfortunately no longer used, this church is beautiful. It's around 900 years old, with banded stone in parts. There are some wonderful carvings inside and out and Norman arcades. It is grade I listed and well worth a look.
Built in 1070,I have always loved this Church and I was saddened that it was placed out of commission in the 90s.
I recently tracked down the keyholder and managed to have plenty of time inside, alone in peace and it really was a wonderful...More
This church has so much history. It is on Saxon site and a shrine to St Ragenar (tombstone displayed in the church). The main elements were built in Norman times with the highly decorated arches still in amazing condition. Victorian alterations have been restored and...More