Take the opportunity of visiting St Giles, a Victorian Church built 1883-4. It is now surrounded by industry but retains its charm and atmosphere for those who visit and come inside.
There has been a place of worship on this site since the 1300's and this makes the atmosphere of the church one of peace. It has many monuments on the walls from a previous church as well as a grave stone from the 17th century Minister Thomas Sedgewick who was a puritan, but managed to keep his post when King Charles II came to power.
This weekend will be an opportunity for people to look at the wedding registrars, also baptism and burial records. Church members will be available to answer questions.
No booking required
This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
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