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Having visited this historic and once beautiful church many times in the past it was most disappointing to see how the interior has deteriorated. Floral displays were not looked after, petals on the floor and withered foliage. Cob webs were abundant. Lots of dust in...More
Can rightfully be called the cathedral of the Peak. Wonderful interior which really does give you the impression of being a mini cathedral. Plenty to see and is an interest to all ages.
Stained glass windows are especially worth the visit as is the alter...More
For such a small town. Came here with my father who was retracing his roots, having been evacuated from Guernsey during the Second World War. This was his first visit for over 70 years and he was delighted with the plaque in the grounds commemorating...More
A stunning church, well worth a visit, which earns the name "Cathedral of The Peaks".
The wooden pew carvings with fine details were wonderful, and very unusual in a village church. The stained glass is striking too and it seems to be a lively community.
For the past ten years, we have regularly passed the turn off to Tideswell on our travels and intended to go. We made a special effort not realizing it was only one mile from that junction and a mile worth travelling.
The village is bigger...More