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All reviews red sandstone high street rood screen light a candle wooden ceiling interesting interior stained glass well worth a visit fore street the main street the river guildhall prayer organist gargoyles vicar congregation
We understand the Church is not just for services but concerts too. It's not surprising as the arches give good acoustics. Lots of statues and gargoyles some in wood.
Very clean and looked after. I could find a date of construction . The church is...More
We visited St Marys Church in Totnes when following a guided walk leaflet taking us around Totnes itself on a Sunday afternoon.
We approached the church via the Guildhall Yard and from this point the church with its red sandstone exterior makes an impressive sight....More
My friends Less and Anna just got married here, and what a lovey church it is too. Not sure about parking but they and their guests walked up Fore Street, with a drummer leading the way stopping the traffic, in typical Les Style. The church...More
Right in the centre of Totnes, this church is set in a sprawling graveyard and is a few steps off the hight street. The interior has fabulous carved screens and wooden edifices of all kinds, and you could spend an hour looking at it all....More
This is a very pretty and cosy church .It has a great wood carved panel in the front and good children’s play area towards the side. Good concept to keep young kids occupied while adults can have a good look around.
We visited on Wednesday 25 July to hear the Michel Posaunenchor, a brass ensemble from Hamburg. They were utterly brilliant and played a varied set including Danny Boy, Summertime and Abide With Me. The concert was free with a retiring collection for musical events in...More
Although there are historical items of interest in the church, this is really just an average church of the time period. Interesting, but not worth a special detail. I lived in the Totnes area in the 1987-88 school year.
The church is kept open daytimes with guideleafkets in many languages
Children’s corner and shop
The C15 stone screen was carved underground in Beer caves and brought by boat up the River Dart. Scallops in chaoel reveal it was used ny Oilgrims in 14-16 C...More