St Martin's Church

Interesting
Built on St Martin's Hill, it has an impressive Perpendicular style steeple. The brick used in the building of its walls is Roman. With its simple design, the church has romanesque baptismal fonts and a "lepers' window" 60 cm from the ground at the back of the nave.

Useful information

Address : 

North Holmes Road

Opening hours

Tue, Thu and Sat 11am-3pm, Sun 9.50am-10.30am

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