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This historic church, which dates back to 1699, is also known as The Sailors Church. It has been rebuilt several times, on the last occasion in 1952 after much of it was destroyed in The Second World War. Particularly moving, there is a cross made...More
Our Lady And Saint Nicholas Church And Garden is an absolutely stunning looking church that we passed as we were heading from The Pig & Whistle Pub to Ma Boyles Oyster House Pub .
The church is beautifully maintained with a gorgeous interior ,set in...More
We stayed in the area over the bank holiday weekend and the weather was gorgeous. The weather certainly helped the old buildings shine and present their very best. There is a stark contrast with this lovely church and a neighbouring building which appears to be...More
This church means a lot to me as it the church that officiated at my father's funeral over 22 years ago. I was impressed and grateful for the military focus of the service.
St. Nick's as I always knew it, is tucked away behind the...More
The bell tower is surmounted by a gilded weather vane in the shape of a ship. Still called the Sailor's Church. The beautiful garden used to be the only licensed burial ground in Liverpool for over 600 years. This site is drenched in history.
This old Church is well worth a visit. It towers above the Strand opposite the Liver Building. The church is known as "The Sailor's Church" it has a long colourful history. It has been renovated into a thriving modern church but still holds an ancient...More