Said by many to be the best kept secret among the forty two English cathedrals, it is a gem dating from 1108.
Discover the wonder of Nottinghamshire's sacred heritage.
Robin Hood is probably the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Nottinghamshire. Or perhaps lace, as the county was once the lace making capital of the world. In fact, St Mary's in Nottingham is still fondly known as St Mary in the Lace Market.
But, dig a little deeper and you will discover even more legends and treasures hidden in the county's churches; including a wrestling baronet, a river that changes its course and a spectacular collection of murals with a connection to the Boer War.
We have selected twelve to show off, but there are over three hundred simply waiting to be discovered.
Every church has a story to tell.