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Must have spent at least a couple of hours looking at all of the interesting information around the walls and on the floor The exhibition was truly fascinating and illuminating. The best bit is that it is clearly very much a church that is well...More
What a spectacular church this is. The barrel ceiling is super.There is so much to see and history to take in. If you happen to visit Widecombe do make time to visit. I only wish the weather had been better so we could have looked...More
Unlike some churches which now have to lock their doors, this church was open and welcomes the visit. Thus you can come inside and see what a village church on the moor looks like. You can also stroll around the graveyard on a peaceful sunny...More
We visited on the day of the annual Widecombe fair, so it was perhaps much busier than average. This church was on my wife's Pinterest board for some time, we so were happy to get the chance to visit and the charm of the small...More
We have been going to widecombe for about 30 odd years now and every year we have a look rounf the church ( the cathedral of the moor ) and the grave yard it's so lovely and pieceful and this year we had our look...More
Cosy little country church with a spectacular and unexpected bell tower that is at the origin of the nickname.
We happend to arrive during the service an could not admire the inside, so we enjoyed te outside : typical traditional cimitery and interesting building of...More
This church is a marvellous sight as you descend the hill into Widecombe. Walking into the churchyard and then into the church, gave us a real sense about the history of the village. Inside, it is a beautiful church, light and spacious with many fascinating...More