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My family( 2x adults and 2 x smalll children)and I visited the Church during the Robin Hood festival and received a very warm welcome from the parishioners . The church was steeped in history of which the parishioners were more than happy to share with...More
Tourists visit this church where according to legend Robin Hood married Maid Marion. However, there is more to St Mary’s than that. The church was built around 1175 and has many fine features including carvings of the heads of Henry II and Thomas Beckett and...More
We visited on the final day of The Robin Hood Festival we weren't disappointed! The lovely ladies that volunteer their time to greet visitors and offer refreshments made our visit more special. Will definitely be returning at Christmas for the Christmas Tree display!
Having visited Edwinstowe several times I have walk around the churchyard a few times and have always wanted to have a look around the church but been unable to until today. I was so pleased to find they had opened it for this years Robin...More
Robin Hood and Maid Marion are supposed to have married here in this church. Beautiful if you like looking round very old buildings. We found it lovely and with the legend very romantic. Church is still in use today.
So we had an amazing visit as the church was just getting out and the head priest (I'm not actually sure is rank - no offense intended) took the time to talk to us about the town, the legends, and the history. The quilters of...More