Hidden down one of the snickleways off the Shambles, this 13th century church is set in a small, grassed churchyard and surrounded on all sides by a variety of rear walls for houses and stores. There are trees, and comfortable benches just perfect for sitting with a sandwich or a book. The church is still consecrated, but only holds three services a year. The inside is a fascinating mix of old stone and 18th century box pews - totally unheated, but that's a nice break in summer. Drop a few coins in the collection box, they are trying hard to keep the church open as a church rather than making it into a museum.
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