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Very ancient church

This was definitely worth seeing. Very ancient building with nooks and crannies and a must see when... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
pat s
Dublin, Ireland
Real Sense of History

Simple but ancient, this is not a church for those seeking great medieval monuments. Instead it is... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
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10 Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon BA15 1LW, England
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Reviewed 30 July 2017

This was definitely worth seeing. Very ancient building with nooks and crannies and a must see when in the town. A lovely Norman church next door too.

Thank pat s
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Simple but ancient, this is not a church for those seeking great medieval monuments. Instead it is a modest building that has stood for centuries and illustrates the early worship practices of the local faithful. It's a bit hard to find but there is some...More

Thank Professor04
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

A must to go and see if you are in Bradford on Avon, it is tucked away but please ask if you can't find it

Thank Charlie2765
Reviewed 12 July 2017

You really need to visit the Saxon Church. Early 11th Century and used as a school house until rediscovered in 1856. Located next to the main town church so easily missed....

Thank steve p
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Worth looking at, this tiny church was once used as a local school and half of it was residential. Not well signposted but worth finding.

Thank LindyLouMac
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Outside has many interesting external architectural features, but interior spaces within small human sized doors are very atmospheric. Well worth a visit.

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 30 June 2017

A hidden gem, off the beaten track, but in full view, is the Saxon church. Services are still held there, but it's interesting to see a church from a bygone era. It's in good condition and well worth a visit. If you carry on up...More

Thank Rutti
Reviewed 16 June 2017

This Anglo Saxon church was rediscovered a while ago. It is a major early building, beautiful in its simplicity.

Thank Lynn B
Reviewed 4 June 2017

The church is small but full of history. If you are in the area it is worth taking some time and looking around it. We went as a family and you probably need around half an hour.

Thank Keren B
Reviewed 29 May 2017

We were walking by around 5:00 PM and had a conversation about the Saxon Church. We asked him what hours it would be open the next day so we could see the inside. He said well I could open it now if you'd like. He...More

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Patti P
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Response from David K | Reviewed this property |
I used the train ,from Worthing to Bath where i stayed . I also used the train from Bath to Bradford Upon Avon , Wasn`t that dear to use (can`t remember the precise price thou) I also walked from Bradford to Avon Cliff Stn... More
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Response from Chris M | Reviewed this property |
Yes ,but it's a small car park outside the library ,also a climb up to the church .chris