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“... a long history and great atmosphere, Its about 400 years old and although Anglican it is very high church with the Stations of the Cross depicted round the walls which you usually only see in Catholic churches.”
“We visited this beautiful little church when on the Victorian Tram excursion, it was such a lovely surprise.”
“We were very impressed with the various features inside (e.g. the font of Saxon origins, Norman pillars, nave paintings, Jacobean pulpit, carved choir stalls, colourful windows, ornate timber ceiling) as well as t...”
“Went to exam village which has got so much history and a great and sad story behind it , the church graveyard includes graves going back to the seventeenth century and inside of the church includes documents relat...”
“a must when visiting Bakewell, there is amazing history with this beautiful Church, stones etc from the viking, and fascinating tombs and memorials, check out the 17th century graffiti on the marble tombs.”
“Situated about 5 minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell this is a must see as it is free (charitable donation) and is a beautiful little church with great history dating back almost 1000 years with headstones re...”