This tucked away church, rebuilt in the 18th century, is internationally known for its astonishing set of windows by the 20th century Russian born artist Marc Chagall, better known for his paintings and for his dramatic cathedral glass in France and at Chichester.
The parish church of St John the Baptist, one of the most impressive of Liverpool's suburban churches, was built between 1868 and 1870 in an unusual mixtures of style, but with a decidedly florid twist.
King Charles the Martyr Church has been an established landmark in Royal Tunbridge Wells for over three centuries, its origins entwined with historic Chalybeate Spring and the Pantiles.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tunstall, Stoke on Trent was opened in 1930, when by Archbishop Downey of Liverpool, who described the building as ‘a miracle of beauty’.
The 13th century bridge that crosses the Ouse in this harmonious old stone village is a relative newcomer in comparison with the church, which dates back to around 980, and possibly even to Roman times.
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Twyford's impressive church is set in a big, tree dotted churchyard in which there is a cross of very early date, probably 13th century, with remains of arcading and carved figures.
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Standing magnificently in the centre of the village, St Peter's is a very ancient site of worship and has many historic connections and interesting features.
The church lies in a quiet location amidst fields and woodland on the edge of the small Lakeland village of Underbarrow.