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I walked past the church to get to waterfalls and there is a path through the church grounds to get there, nice to see them so well kept. The church was open around 8am do I was able to go and and admire the nice...More
We visited this charming church early on a Tuesday morning and found it open and a very welcoming atmosphere. There was no one at the church but my wife and I both felt that we were welcome. Some interesting artefacts.
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Called on a pleasant sunny day and enjoyed the peace and quiet spending time just sat in the sunshine, the interior is well worth a look, you can understand why St Andrew’s is also know as the Cathedral of the Dales.
The reason to visit this church, which is very closely located to the upper falls, is the Jerveaux abbey root screen, made in 1500´s and saved from destruction in 1534 by being transported here. No longer used as a root screen, but rather as part...More
I was impressed by how tidy the graveyards are kept here by grazing sheep to keep the grass down. The graveyards around the church are probably smaller than a football pitch so even if you can’t find who keeps records a... More
I was impressed by how tidy the graveyards are kept here by grazing sheep to keep the grass down. The graveyards around the church are probably smaller than a football pitch so even if you can’t find who keeps records a couple of hours looking around would probably find your relative. Lovely area for a day out as well