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St. Mary's is a spectacular church well worth a visit. You should give yourself at least an hour if you want to get a look at everything the church has to offer. The windows are medieval which makes them worth the trip alone. So many...More
St Mary's Fairford was the third from last medieval church built in Britain. Built quickly, the church represents an architectural unity and is an outstanding example of Cotswold Perpendicular Wool Churches. The jewel in the crown is the intact set of medieval stained glass windows;...More
The present St Mary's Church in Fairford was built (there was a church here before) at the end of the 15th century by a rich wool merchant named John Tame. He is buried with his wife Alice within the table tomb located in the Lady...More
All the adjectives have been used by previous reviewers...the windows take your breath away. There are free audio guides. The human guides ( volunteers) were friendly and helpful. These windows were the IMAX of the day. Medieval peasants who could not read and could not...More
I read about this church last year which has the largest number of medieval windows in England. There has been a Church on this site for 1,000 years, the present one dating from about 1497. The Church, as well as being the largest place of...More