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Another nice Church in the city centre that you can easily miss, well worth a wander around the outside and soak up some history, a few relaxing moments in the lace marker area of Nottingham well spent.
Small, ancient church near the Lace Market. In reasonable shape on the inside and with stained glass and chapels. There is some restoration work in progress but the outside is generally in poor condition
Tucked away in the narrow cobbled streets of the Lace Market quarter, St Mary's is a gem well worth the time to search out. Mentioned in the Domesday Book and believed to date back to Saxon times, this is the oldest church in Nottingham .....More
St. Mary’s (or to give it its official title – The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin) is almost certainly the oldest church in Nottingham (though not in its current guise) dating as it does to approximately the mid part of the 7th Century...More
For me the 8am communion on Sunday is the best service to attend.
Reason being that as an autistic person, I find it more easier to concentrate as their are less distractions than the mid morning service like the noise of the children when they...More