The church was free to enter, only charging to go up the tower, which we did not have time to do. There were quite a few interesting tomb markers within the church, a chapel dedicated to one of the regiments, and a ducking stool in the crypt. The most fascinating room, however, was the chantry. A volunteer explained much of the history, from the nobles buried there to the restoration of the lower stained glass windows.
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