What a wonderful part of Rotherham history. It is free to enter and you can enjoy a cupper and biscuit. The ladies serving teas and other hot drinks are very friendly and helpful. There are toilets inc. disabled. Back to the church, and all it's beauty. It is a Grade 1 listed building with some of the best stained glass windows I have seen. Light a candle to remember a friend or member of your family. Wheelchairs are welcome, there are ramps. You don't have to be religious to enjoy this beautiful place.
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