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A very old Norman Church easily identifiable in Carrickfergus. Sadly, it was closed and seemingly only open on Tuesday. I'm not sure why...security? Lack of volunteers? ... A real shame as we were led to believe that it's beautiful inside with some fine stained glass....More
This place of worship is so well preserved after 800 years that it looks like a movie set. Some really interesting features such as only one of three St Nicholas windows in Ireland. And only one of two bent aisles in Northern Ireland.
Unfortunately, I was unable to enter the church as it was closed during the time of my early evening visit. However, the burial grounds are quite interesting and full of local history. It was the weekend of Rememberance Day, so there were several headstones that...More
Came upon this beautiful old church by chance having left a tour of the nearby Carrickfergus Castle recently and was amazed and pleasantly by its magnificent and historic interior particularly its stained class windows along with its memorial to the Chichester family who once owned...More