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St Michael the Archangel Church

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St Michael the Archangel Church

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LMO14 wrote a review May 2018
Isle of Wight, United Kingdom362 contributions168 helpful votes
The bus stop is right outside and there is parking too. There are steps down into the church but the graveyard is accessible to all. The Norman tower (5'thick walls) is the oldest part of the church and the interior is plain and restful and is a great example of late 13th century work. There are four later stained glass windows, box pews and a lovely oak pulpit. Certainly worth a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Jacek L wrote a review Apr 2018
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Beautiful church right on the main road (the car park is behind). Lots of interesting features from different periods. Well worth visiting in my opinion.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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PadiP wrote a review May 2017
Poole, United Kingdom1,866 contributions358 helpful votes
Listed in the domesday book. This is the Most beautiful church. Great place for a wedding and they let you throw confetti!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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AquaAbound wrote a review Jun 2016
Exeter, United Kingdom110 contributions34 helpful votes
Personally, I feel it's one of the best Churches on the island, and almost definitely one of the most accessible (with the bus stop right outside!) It is an unusual church in that it has a short, square tower rather than the more common taller ones, but these walls are incredibly thick as they are Norman. The church itself is fairly small, but is very interesting. It has wonderful pews with doors, a lovely stained glass 'War Memorial Window' and it is just a pleasure to walk around. It feels like it's been this way for centuries and hopefully it will still be there in years to come. If you have the pleasure to come to one of the services, you feel a great sense of community and being - like you're definitely in the right place at the right time, hearing its one bell summoning all.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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3fr5 wrote a review Jul 2014
Scotland175 contributions107 helpful votes
It's in 'the book' (Simon Jenkins' "Thousand Best Churches") and indeed, we found it is rightly in the top half dozen worth seeing on the Isle of Wight. Amazing tower - like a Norman castle keep in miniature - and fine Norman north door. Inside still has an 18th century feel with box pews. Charming monuments too.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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