St Mary's Church

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St Mary's Church
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EESW1
Lincolnshire, UK3 318 bidrag
This is a big church and the inside is stunning.There is so much to see. Don't forget to look up at the carved wood ceiling in the nave. It is amazing. The east window is glorious too.

The cafe had what looked like a very good selection of homemade cakes too!

This ought to be on everyone's tick list! It is definitely worth visiting.
Skrevet 13. desember 2021
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sloughrushhour
Burnham, UK88 bidrag
Whether or not you are a church tourist, I think you will enjoy seeing the spectacular stained glass and hugely impressive space of this medieval church.
Skrevet 25. november 2021
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Louise S
Middlesbrough, UK33 bidrag
Venner
What a wonderful place. The windows are very interesting and so beautiful. The cafe is lovely. We had tea, coffee, cakes, scones and teacakes; all of which were delicious. The atmosphere of the church is wonderful and the team of volunteers are so friendly and knowledgeable. Special thanks to the gentleman who showed us round and introduced us to the work of Margaret Rope. Will definitely visit again.
Skrevet 30. oktober 2021
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wendyanddavid536
Solihull, UK1 995 bidrag
Sadly we only visited St Mary's Church briefly as part of a Town Walk to see the amazing stained glass windows.
The highlight was the truly magnificent ancient Jesse window dominating the east end of the church, having been salvaged from a church in Europe and excellently shoe-horned (just) into place here.
Next time we are in Shrewsbury, a longer visit to St Mary's will be a top priority.
Skrevet 27. oktober 2021
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Christine C
Shrewsbury, UK7 bidrag
Magnificent Jesse window in this church!The spire of St Mary's is one of the tallest in England and for over 500 years it has dominated the skyline of Shrewsbury's old town. The church is the only complete medieval church in Shrewsbury. It dates from Saxon times and has beautiful additions from the twelfth-century onwards. Inside, the atmosphere is peaceful with the soaring stone arches giving way to the church's great treasure - its stained glass. There are panels in glorious colour including the world-famous fourteenth-century 'Jesse window'; filled with figures of Old Testament kings and prophets. No other church in the country has a collection to equal it.
Skrevet 15. oktober 2021
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Boucher63
Pontypool, UK49 bidrag
Par
What a beautiful ancient church. Luckily a volunteer showed us around and his knowledge was fantastic.
Skrevet 13. oktober 2021
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ShaunH290
London, UK1 925 bidrag
As the only surviving medieval church building in Shrewsbury, St Mary's delivers a lot of history and architecture. It is apparently famous for its stained glass, but look out for the memorials too. The Norman arches show its age, which goes back to Saxon times. John Benbow, a famous officer in the Royal Navy, was born in the town but, though he died in Jamaica, has a lovely wall memorial with bust and fighting ship carved in marble.

Well worth a quick visit when walking around the historic town.
Skrevet 9. oktober 2021
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore11 074 bidrag
I did a guided live-streamed tour of the Old Town with Ian from Heygo. Our walk started at The Parade Shopping Centre which used to house the Royal Salop Infirmary. Ian explained that Shrewsbury is a large market town and the county town of Shropshire, England. The town is situated on the River Severn, 240 km north-west of London. Shrewsbury is only 14 km east of the Welsh border.
The town centre has a largely unspoilt medieval street plan which includes many black and white timbered buildings from the 15th and 16th centuries.
The town is the birthplace of Charles Darwin. Darwin spent his childhood exploring the area around the River Severn and studying creatures in the Quarry Park.
We soon reached St Mary's Church. The spire of St Mary's is one of the tallest in England and for over 500 years it has dominated the skyline of Shrewsbury's old town. The church is now the only complete medieval church in Shrewsbury.
Ian managed to show us the grand stained glass window inside the church and he explained quite a lot about the architecture of the church. Then we saw a lovely black and white timbered house along St Mary's Place. We turned into Church St and saw the popular pub, The Loggerheads. The Loggerheads is a wonderfully unspoiled, historic pub with an 18th century brick shell which is believed to encase an earlier stone structure from the 1600s. The Loggerheads refers to the three leopard heads found upon Shrewsbury's coat of arms.
At St Alkmund's Church, he showed us the iron windows and explained its significance.
We also saw the historic Prince Rupert Hotel and The Abbot's House on Butcher Row.
Grope Lane is a charming narrow alley. At the picturesque High Street, there are more black and white timbered buildings to admire. At the eastern end of the High Street stood Ireland's Mansion which was built in 1596 for wealthy wool trader Robert Ireland. The Halifax Bank's building is also outstanding.
Our tour ended at Old Market Hall.
Skrevet 28. september 2021
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therichastill
Stevenage, UK1 815 bidrag
Alene
St Mary's church is in the centre of Shrewsbury and the city has grown up around it.

There are some beautiful stained glass windows to admire so well worth checking out on your visit to the city.
Skrevet 26. september 2021
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Matthew P
London, UK3 723 bidrag
Old churches are living history, this one especially. Lots of history to see as you walk around, you can even get a hot or cold drink as you walk around. The oldest church in Shrewsbury.
Skrevet 11. september 2021
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