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Located in the St. Thomas part of Exeter is the church of St. Thomas the apostle. This medieval looking church and Gothic in style was first built in the 15th century however much has been rebuilt since. Fantastic building.
Exeters largest medieval church sits on the southern side of the city, in Cowic Street, a lovely church that good friends of mine were married in. Recently having had a new roof the scaffolding has now all been removed. Large cemetery to the side -...More
My parents and aunt were married here, I was christened and my father's funeral was here (It was so cold my breath condensed in front of me whilst I sang the hymns).
I have moved away but still look at it with fondness.
A lovely piece of architecture in a lovely setting tucked away in Exeter. In need of lots of money to do all the repairs, but doing the external as and when able before the inside can be started. Lots of history. Lovely tranquil garden.
I have lived in St Thomas all my life and the church in Cowick St is very much a part of my life as I have passed it nearly everyday it is St Thomas and I hope it is looked after for many 100s of...More
St.Thomas is Exeter's biggest medieval church apart from the Cathedral, and well worth the visit. Built of attractive red sandstone, with a slightly narrow tower. General Gordon was standing in the porch when he was handed the order sending him to Khartoum, and a plaque...More