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St Peters Church

The Lodge Gringley Road, Clayworth DN22 9BE, England
+44 1777 818008
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Early 20th century murals in ancient small church

Worth a visit if you are a real fan of Traquair's paintings or enjoy looking at Medieval village... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Yorkshire UK
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A Glimpse into the Past

Although the beautiful Traquair Murals are not that old, early 20th Century, they do offer an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rotherham, United Kingdom
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3 days ago
“Early 20th century murals in ancient small church”
1 week ago
“A Glimpse into the Past”
The Lodge Gringley Road, Clayworth DN22 9BE, England
+44 1777 818008
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Worth a visit if you are a real fan of Traquair's paintings or enjoy looking at Medieval village churches and are passing nearby. The church is small and has some information about Traquair. The murals have had some sympathetic restoration. They are colourful and may...More

Thank David_Yorkshire_9
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although the beautiful Traquair Murals are not that old, early 20th Century, they do offer an insight into just how colourful English Churches would have been, pre Reformation, when Murals were a regular feature to help the illiterate understand the teachings of the church. These...More

Thank Historylovergirl
Reviewed 28 February 2017

From the outside this church may look like just another rather pretty parish church but when you get inside you are in for a delightful surprise. The murals are really beautiful and the church is very active in the local community. You are sure to...More

Thank Jan W
Reviewed 31 January 2016

We found this "Little Nugget" by accident and what a surprise it was. Inside the church was the TRAQUAIR MURALS which are painted on the walls around the chancel. Also there is the story of Phoebe Anna Traquair the artist, and the paintings are fabulous....More

Thank Alan F H
Reviewed 4 October 2015

This church is in itself an interesting structure, including work from the 12th century onwards. There is a notable Tudor era plaster tomb (the earliest known of its kind), but most notable are the murals. The murals cover most of the chancel and are in...More

Thank TattooMonkey
Reviewed 23 July 2015

It was a very pleasant surprise to find some Pheobe Anna Traquair Murals in this little church and not far from the Blacksmiths or the Brewers Arms for a refreshing brew after a pleasant walk.

Thank JMark66
Reviewed 21 July 2015

When I think of frescoes in a church I tend to think of the paintings adorned with gold and icons that you might get in many orthodox European churches. Well I had another think coming - these are not old fashioned or stuffy at all....More

Thank Jan W
Reviewed 8 April 2015

Went to St Peters on Easter Sunday after having dinner in a nearby pub. We had seen the signs off the main road for the frescoes. We found them absolutely fascinating, beautiful and really well restored. There is a leaflet that tells you the story...More

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