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Beautiful Church

It is well worth a visit if you are in the area or just passing. Just down a lane off the main... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2016
Cecil H
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Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Stunning church with devil dog claw marks

The church in Blythburgh is known as the 'cathedral of the marshes'. It is a beautiful building and... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2015
Henchelson
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Kettering, United Kingdom
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13 Jul 2016
“Beautiful Church”
14 Nov 2015
“Stunning church with devil dog claw marks”
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A visit to historic Blythburgh should include the "Cathedral of the Marshes," the massive 15th-century stone church that dominates the small village.
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

It is well worth a visit if you are in the area or just passing. Just down a lane off the main road, large car park. So many interesting aspects to see. On our visit it was so peaceful there. A friend who we were...More

Thank Cecil H
Reviewed 15 November 2015 via mobile

The church in Blythburgh is known as the 'cathedral of the marshes'. It is a beautiful building and is distinguished inside by its wonderful Angel roof. Don't miss the marks on the door made by the Black Shuck (legendary devil dog immortalised by the Darkness)...More

Thank Henchelson
Reviewed 23 June 2014

If you visit Suffolk I really think this (their so called 'Cathedral') is a must see location. It is just amazing and beautiful with so much to look at and in a wonderful location. We all loved it.

Thank B F
Reviewed 31 August 2013

I have been meaning to visit the church for quite sometime. One of the reasons I have wanted to visit is that Britten's Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings was first performed here. The church is in a lovely location near the river. In fact...More

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Reviewed 27 July 2013

Using well known family history software I found that I have a distinguished ancestor who is buried in Blythburgh Holy Trinity Church (The Cathedral of the Marches). I just had to see his tomb. I am the great grandson 15 times removed of Sir John...More

Thank Abrumar
Reviewed 24 April 2013 via mobile

Blythbugh church looks fantastic floodlit. Inside it is huge, calm and magnificent. The angel roof just makes you stop and stsre.

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