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Fantasic views from the graveyard and a pirates grave in there too, look for the skull and crossbones on the headstone. Just a shame they have built the ugly looking maritime center in front, spoils the view of the church from the promenade,
There is much to see both inside and out of this lovely church in a stunning headland location.
Light and airy inside with a beautiful stained glass window above the altar, very old slabs with inscriptions, modern carvings of the stations of the cross and...More
This is a lovely small church set on the headland in what would have been a fairly remote location until the development of the surrounding areas.
I visited early one morning and spent some time walking around the outside, the angle of the sun gave...More
Having stayed at the Church Point caravan park, we decided it would be a shame to miss visiting the Church itself. We were lucky enough to find it open and were made very welcome once inside. We were soon given a potted history and showed...More
This church is a 'must see'. Right on its own headland, the exterior is rugged, standing up to the storms, whilst the inside has great views of the sea and bay and, more importantly, has a calm in the storms of life. Pause to pray...More
Sorry, no idea. Someone at the Heritage Centre may know if you ask there. Also Gascoigne Funeral Directors in Woodhorn Village were able to look back at the records of burials when I ws looking for my Grandfathers grave.