St Stephen's Church

Interesting
The 15C tower of the parish church rises to a height of 40 metres by stages of ogee arched openings to a distinctive crown and two-tier pieced balustrade, linking corner turrets adorned with fountains of pinnacles. The interior houses memorials to local merchants, 17C wrought iron gates and a medieval eagle lectern.

Useful information

Address : 

St. Stephens Street

Opening hours

8.45am-4pm - closed Sat

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