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We read that you could ascend the tower. We were accompanied by a lady who showed us the old bell, the bell mechanism, the renovations above the church roof and from the top open windows in every direction with fantastic views for miles. Certainly one...More
Walked in and was blown away, it's huge and so well maintained with items from
Hundreds of years ago. At the main entrance there are leaflets from 5 different languages which is great
Enjoyed it and signed visitors book
You have to go and see...More
Perfectly acceptable large mostly gothic church. Nothing really exceptional but a very long and wordy set of screens telling the history of the place. Very detailed up to 1477 and then starts again in the mid 20th century. Rather tatty wall hangings showing the vast...More