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Nice building on the outside, nice one inside too. One day before the pope arrived, it was a bit of balancing between please come and please don't. We all know why. Keeping a lid on things and sweeping the abuse under the carpet.
As the main Anglican church in the area, and one of the remaining few, St Peter's holds a unique place in the history of Drogheda. That history is reinforced as the church in which hundreds of the town's citizens were burned by Oliver Cromwell's troops...More
Hadn't been here since attending on a scool tour more than 50 years ago! Beautiful stained glass windows and a wonderfully ornate altar. Home of course to the enshrined head of St. Oliver Plunkett. Worth seeing and getting to understand the history while in Drogheda...More
Mostly known for having Oliver plunkett's head on display in a glass case.The church is in the centre of town within walking distance of small shopping centres,Hotels and restaurants. Also Bus station not more than 10 mins walk train 20mins walk.get your walking shoes on...More
We travelled to Drogheda by train from Dublin especially to see St Peters Church and learn more about St Oliver. The Church is huge and able to be seen from many vantage points around the town so it was easily found.
The stained glass is...More