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We were in Warwick just for an afternoon mooch, Suzy looked through the glass entrance and how amazing the church looked , the door opened and wife me and dog were all invited in , there is a great printed guide for you to use...More
An incredibly moving array of poppy arrangements for the 100th anniversary of the First World War. A beautiful old church, respectfully decorated. Volunteers were obviously very proud of their church and were keen to offer help and information as and when we needed it. Well...More
Please visit St Mary’s Church Warwick to see the amazing display of poppies. Last year Warwick Poppies put out an appeal for the community to help knit some poppies, with an amazing response they got over 60,000. I contributed as so did some of my...More
I have never seen a church so intertwined with the community. The sheet number of poppies displayed was stunning. Compared to many large churches, this wasn't stuffy and formal in the slighest. We had a fantastic wander around, admiring all of the poppy displays.
We visited the church just before Remembrance Sunday and it was adorned with poppies made from different types of material. These poppies were displayed throughout the church which made it awkward to see what else the church had to offer.
Please, please, please take time to visit the wonderful poppies in St. Mary's Church, Warwick - to mark the Centenary of the 1st World War a campaign was started to knit poppies for St. Mary's church. 11,640 poppies were requested, the number of soldiers who...More
St. Mary’s Church with its basement crypt, high tower fairly dominating the landscape, not to mention burials of medieval worthies, feels as if ought to be an abbey or even a cathedral. Today it was resplendent in poppies to commemorate the centenary of the end...More