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We walked in (gave a little donation) and was surprised to see how beautifully maintained this little church is. Stained glass was in pristine condition, as well as the rest of the church. The lady gave us a brief history which was appreciated. Great example...More
St Martins church is well worth a visit, the inside is beautifully decorated and preserved, with masses of history. You can even get a cup of tea or coffee and a sandwich or piece of cake. Entrance is free although donations are very welcome.
This was a most interesting place to visit with so much to find and should be a point of visit for interested in old churches and local history.There is some disabled parking to the rear of the church grounds which can be useful if you...More
St. Martin's has a most unusual interior with white painted walls and lovely murals. It's beautifully kept too, and well worth a visit.
The church is right in the centre of town and we ate our lunch on one of the benches in the churchyard...More
We were walking up to Windermere from the lake and passed the church and noticed the doors were open so decided to go in and have a look. I am so glad we got the opportunity to see it as it is a lovely and...More
This church is amazing. We stopped here to take photos of one of the stained glass windows. It actually is depicting one of my husband's ancestors and his wife. It's a pretty amazing place and the fact that there is a family connection for us...More
Visited whilst we were staying at Bowness. Not religious people but found this Church lovely. Kind lady gave us brochure on entering which pointed out interesting features/items contained within the Church. Well worth a visit.