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Visiting the grave of famous poet Mr. William Wordsworth was a great experience.
The grave is situated in the grave yard of St. Oswald's Church in Grasmere, which is a beautiful village.
The grave is not well maintained Unfortunately.
There were only a few daffodils...More
This church in the middle of Grasmere is a lovely peacefull spot to get a break from busy Gasmere. The Wordswerth conection is interesting to visit the family graves.The inside has lovely beamed roof and some good stained windows.
The uninspiring exterior didn't prevent Wordsworth from attending regularly and he is buried with his family there, under a Yew tree he planted himself. Inside is unusual if unspectacular, which contrasts well with the stunning beauty of the valley in which Grasmere sits. Despite the...More
The interior is full of character and architecturally interesting particularly the roof.
No guide available but plenty of information to read
Worth visiting the Wordsworth family graves, but I was there in October so unfortunately no Daffodils
You will come upon the church as you snake through the centre of the town’s narrow road.
It rests by the side of the main road, near a brook of fresh running water and amongst the old churchyard and gardens.
Even prior to knowing any...More
This is a very picturesque church that appears to have a semi-finished tower in a different color than the rest of the church. The cemetery is its chief attraction. Leading to the church is a lovely 16c stone bridge.
Very much enjoyed taking the time to walk the grounds and view the interior of this church. The history, architecture and details are worth the time to browse and take in this 14th century church. The hand made knee cushions are a work of art...More
Called in on 27th September 2018. This is one of the most unusual churches I have seen. It has cross timbers very similar to the inside of a barn. The building is well cared for and work was ongoing on the walls outside whilst we...More