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I was super excited to have time to go into the town of Warwick and I really wanted to see this church. It is much bigger than I expected and I was excited to go in however there was a wedding that was about to...More
The building itself was lovely, but it was the care and attention to detail that the people who support the church have put in which made my visit so special. We were given some information about each area of the church when we arrived, and...More
This is a wonderful church with great architecture and so much history. Much of the crypt consists of the Norman arches and columns of the original church that was destroyed in the Great Fire. There is also part of a medieval ducking chair. In the...More
A chance visit to this very old church. Fascinating architecture and stained glass. Extremely moving display of thousands of hand-knitted poppies to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. We also enjoyed a lunchtime talk about, and recital using, medieval instruments as depicted...More
I visit regularly and I can't wait to see the completed Warwick Poppies display to remember 100 years after the end of World War 1. Every time I visit, I see something that I had not seen before. It is central to the historic town...More
Lovely old church in centre of Warwick.Really enjoyed the History and different people en tombed here also a lovely poppy display on show and unlike a lot of places it was free to browse around(did leave a voluntary donation).
Staff where informative and polite and...More