St Thomas and All Saints Church

St Thomas and All Saints Church, Lymington: Address, Phone Number, St Thomas and All Saints Church Reviews: 4.5/5

St Thomas and All Saints Church

St Thomas and All Saints Church
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malc1005
Kettering, UK3 332 contributions
Lovely Church
Sep 2020
A lovely church in Lymington, full of history and architecture. Easy to find, and well worth a visit.
Written 10 September 2020
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lucyhelliker
Moreton-in-Marsh, UK184 contributions
Tranquil
Aug 2020 • Couples
I love visiting churches and this one was very interesting. It’s attractive outside, at the top of the high street, and inside it is cool white space of peace. The main body of the church is totally open plan with an altar brought forward for Covid-coping services. A wooden gallery runs around the upper space and there are numerous plaques and testimonials which are fab to read. Lovely!
Written 21 August 2020
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390MargaretB
Southampton, United Kingdom7 contributions
Tranquillity
Sep 2019 • Friends
On a hot and sunny afternoon , we found the tranquil church in Lymington High Street was really refreshing in more than one way!
An older building, which has been sympathetically refreshed , it gives a sense of its long history . I especially enjoyed the modern banners on the pillars and the utterly beautiful glass entrance doors with their engravings. The gallery is edged with tablets recording Gifts to the church , even recent donations. A treasure to enjoy.
Written 5 September 2019
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Liz D
Glasgow, UK191 contributions
Saintly St Thomas
Jun 2019 • Couples
A delightful church in the heart of the town. Somewhere with peace and quite and very interesting to visit.
Written 1 July 2019
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Nicholas H
London, UK20 581 contributions
Parish church with 15th century origins
Oct 2018 • Friends
This church is one of the focal points of the bustling New Forest town of Lymington. It's best known for the unusual cupola at the top of the tower, which houses its peal of eight bells. It was originally built in the reign of Henry VI in the 15th century as the chapel to Christchurch Priory. It was heavily rebuilt in the 17th and 18th century. This has left the interior with a slightly odd feeling of two distinct halves, with the rear seeming quite modern, but the front part and in particular the apse far older. There's an interesting memorial plaque to a survivor of the siege of Mafeking.
Written 21 October 2018
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