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Lovely walk around the church and church yard. Yard and it’s yew trees are incredibly well kept - looks like something out of Harry Potter! Very lovely church with lots of history, well worth a visit. We were very happy to pop some money in...More
This is a lovely church set within a fantasticly interesting churchyard. Loved reading the plaques and inscriptions on the tombs. The church itself was also absorbing, with all the floor and wall memorial stones and a beautiful 17th century tomb sculpture of a man and...More
This is a quaint little town and the church is the highlight in terms of historical features. It is 'donation' to enter and has some interesting history. For all those who want to attend mass and take communion - if you are gluten intolerant -...More
My wife and I ended our Cotswolds Way walk in Painswick (we only did the northern half), and after dinner at a local pub, enjoyed a wonderful stroll through the beautiful graveyard around St. Mary's. The steeple glowed in the late-day sun, and the warmth...More
Went to view the numerous Yew Trees (nearly 100), all beautifully trimmed, but the church and Lych Gate are well worth seeing. There is a car park nearby costing 20p for an hour -can't get cheaper than that!
Many rarely mention the beautiful village of Painswick so we visited it for the second time at the weekend.We parked in the car park adjacent to the church and had a wander through the church and grounds on route to the centre of Painswick and...More