Small Pilgrim Places Directory
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An early 19th century free church built by Mary and Ann Parminter adjacent to their home A La Ronde, now a National Trust property, on the edge of Exmouth. The Charity of Mary Parminter owns the 3 acre meadow in which the chapel is set along with 5 modern alms-houses and an early 19th century manse. Point in View chapel is an unusual square ...
Location: Exmouth, Devon, United Kingdom
A simple Noncomformist chapel dating from 1822, refurbished(and being refurbished) to provide a simple welcoming peaceful atmosphere. Situated on the coastal path, the view from the church door over Portscatho Bay is unequalled.
Standard opening times: Normally open every day, approximately during working hours. At other times ...
Location: Portscatho, Cornwall, United Kingdom
14th Century Chapel - a quiet place in a bustling cathedral close.
Available most days from 7.30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Arrange access and book quiet days with the Cathedral vergers tel.no. 01353 660342 or email email@example.com
Location: Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
14th Century church amidst ancient yew trees. A beautiful building restored/re-ordered in the 19th century by G E Street.
Standard opening times: Open about 9.30 am to 5 pm daily. Midweek Eucharist on Thursdays at 10 am.
Location: Welshpool, Powys, United Kingdom
St Andrew’s church is very old, set just outside the village, and is surrounded by fields. There is a quiet, spiritual feeling throughout the building and its burial grounds. There are Saxon features in the architecture, updated and enlarged over the centuries. The furnishings are also significant with a fixed raised pulpit, fixed pews, stained ...
Location: Newton Aycliffe, Durham, United Kingdom
A small rural church on a ridge high above the River Tees with beautiful views across into Yorkshire, in a very quiet area where one can enjoy the views and the peace and quiet inside the building. A Grade 1 Medieval church built in 1245, and re-arranged in the Victorian period by Dobson, the Newcastle architect, to take a belfry. The grisaille ...
Location: Darlington, Durham, United Kingdom
The Grade II listed 14th Century Church is on the site of 6th Century Cell of St Corentyn. There is a Lady Chapel. The Churchyard has a Celtic Cross which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, also listed Grade II, as are two headstones, two chest tombs and the South and West Gate Piers and Gates. There are views over the valley to the Sea.
Location: Cury near Helston, Cornwall, United Kingdom