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Old Mrs TT is recovering from an operation and I wanted to take her out to cheer her up. A friend had sent her a postcard with a 'Get Well' message and the picture on it was of a detail of stained glass in Northleach...More
Northleach is a lovely old Cotswold village, with a surprisingly large church. A wealthy wool town in previous centuries the church probably reflects this. It has a lovely calming atmosphere and is well worth a visit.
Considering the size of the town this is a very large imposing and beautiful church.
The graveyard is vast and humbling to walk around.
We were welcomed into the church and given a information sheet on the history.
Unfortunately there was no access to the...More
great place beautiful church steeped in history, someone on hand to answer any questions, quite a bit to see, spent a good hour inside,
guide very helpful and knowledgeable, if you love to see old churches this one is a must it is quite large,...More
My favorite part of this church were the marvelous brasses. Many churches have them covered but here they are on full display. We had been to the mechanical music museum and wandered here fromm the same car park. There was a church member there to...More
We had a great visit to Northleach. We went into the church and found a wonderful man in there who told us some of the history of the church and the area. There are information boards in there telling you about the growth of the...More
This is a fantastic building as you approach, the shape of the various roofs is truly stunning. On entry you are struck by the brightness as there are lots of clear windows in the clerestory. We were given a very enthusiastic and informative history of...More