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St Michael & All Angels

The church is open to visitors as part of Croft Castle, please see National Trust website for current opening hours.

Yarpole, Herefordshire | HR6 9PW

St Michael & All Angels is part of the Croft Castle grounds.

St Mary

More information about this church coming soon.

Yate, City of Bristol | BS37 5BG

Situated near Yate town centre, our tower is a prominent landmark.

St Mary

St Mary

Daylight hours.

Yelden, Bedfordshire | MK44 1AU

13th century Anglican church mainly in the decorated style.

St Andrew

More information about this church coming soon.

Yetminster, Dorset | DT9 6LG

The church has a 13th century chancel but the whole of the rest of the church is, unusually, the product of one building campaign, of about 1470, and is fashionably embattled.

St Cynhaearn

St Cynhaearn

Keyholder nearby, call office for details.

Ynyscyhaearn, Gwynedd | LL52 0PT

Ynyscynhaearn (pronounced Unnesscunnhairn) sits on the former island (Ynys) in Llyn Ystumllyn at the end of an ancient causeway.

All Saints North Street

All Saints North Street

More information about this church coming soon.

York, Yorkshire | YO1 6JD

Tucked away from York's busy city centre, near the river Ouse and next to a row of picturesque 15th century timber framed houses, lies this fine medieval Anglo Catholic church.

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All Saints Pavement

All Saints Pavement

Summer: Monday to Sunday 9.30am to 4.30pm (except for services on Sundays). Winter: Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 4.30pm.

York, Yorkshire | YO1 8RX

A fine medieval church situated in the heart of the historic city of York.

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York Baptist Church

The church is open to viewing when other activities are underway in the schoolrooms to the rear. These tend to be on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 9.30 am to 11.30 am. Please contact the church administrator to check access before visiting.

York, Yorkshire | YO1 6EX

Dating back to 1868, the Grade II listed church was the first Gothic style non-conformist chapel in York and has been little altered over the centuries.

Inspiration, for when you're planning your adventures

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The fun stuff

After months of school work on your kitchen table, you deserve a break.
Each week of the summer holidays we will create a new page of fun things to do in a church or churchyard, or from home.

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Childrens trails

We are working with The Arts Society to add their wonderful children's to our church pages. The number will grow over coming months, but here is a page with all the trails online so far.

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