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We were staying in Lostwithiel for a short break. Wherever possible we try to visit a Parish Church when on holiday because you can learn so much about the history of a locality from its early and continuing inks to the church and this was...More
We visited this beautiful church during our stay in July. The church is very old and extremely beautiful. It’s in the centre of Lostwithiel town and it’s a beautiful centrepiece of architecture and history. We spent some time walking around the churchyard as well as...More
We stopped in Lostwithiel for no particular reason but found it a lovely place to spend an afternoon. This church is a must see because it dominates the town centre and was built in the 12th Century. The architecture is fascinating and well really how...More
If you are visiting the old country town of Lostwithiel & like to view old churches, then make your way to this beautiful church. It was built in the 12th century & has a magnificent east window which is the largest in any parish church...More
Take the time to stop and have a look. Like many villages in the UK there is stunning church architecture everywhere. Some disappoint. If you are aware of your Spirituality you will find this very intriguing.
We enjoyed a lovely Harvest Service in St Bartholomew's when we were on holiday in Cornwall. This is definitely a church where you will be made very welcome by the rector and a warm and friendly congregation. The church was beautifully decorated for the Harvest.W...More
Located in the center of Lostwithiel and around the corner from the bridge stands this lovely peaceful church and graveyard. Beautiful stone work and stained glass. Worth a visit to view all the gravestones and inscriptions!
Fantastic medieval font with very clear carvings. Lovely stained glass windows and some unusual memorials. There is an information sheet but a church of this importance in a tourist town could do better with its interpretation.