Westminster Abbey presents a unique pageant of British history; the shrine of St Edward the Confessor, the tombs of kings and queens, and countless memorials to the famous and the great, it has been the setting for every Coronation since 1066 and for numerous other royal occasions.
Westminster Cathedral is a supreme achievement of art with many distinguished works of artistic merit.
The only remaining military chapel in London, The Guards Chapel was rebuilt in a beautifully spare style following almost total destruction by a flying bomb in 1944.
Part of the headquarters of the Mothers Union, this chapel is full of images and artwork celebrating women.
As nearby Westminster Abbey was a monastery church, local people needed a place to worship and so St Margaret's was founded in the 12th century.
The Chapel of St Mary Undercroft was completed by King Edward I in 1297, further developed under Edward II, and finally completed by Edward III in around 1365.
A very warm welcome to our beautiful medieval church, which lies tucked away down a quiet lane on the south side of the village.
The splendid tower can be seen for miles across the flat landscape that surrounds it.
The Grade I church is well grouped with the manor house.
There seem to have been chapels of the Knights Templars and Hospitallers in Wetherby but these would be distinct from a parochial chapel for the use of the ordinary laity.
A selection from the many wonderful churches opening up for England’s largest community heritage festival.
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside...
Indulge yourself in the simple things.