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“Lovely church with hand made gifts. ”

St Leonard's Church
Ranked #12 of 24 things to do in Bridgnorth
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The church has lots of hidden treasures. The 2ay the roof was made. The lepers window. The burial plaques and lots more. The curator was a lovely lady. The temperature inside the church was colder than outside on a winter's day even though it was the 2nd of April. The settings of the church is in a perfect setting. Please leave a donation to help this wonderful church.

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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Well worth a visit for the architecture and stunning carvings in the church. Lovely stained glass windows too.

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Reviewed 6 September 2017

For a mere Parish Church towering is the word I would use. It stands at top a hill, proudly, and has a wonderful history which is explained on the boards and the leaflet they give you.

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Reviewed 28 June 2017

Just up a side road from the High Street. No longer used for many Services it is in the middle of a mini village Green with a 16th century Elizabethan grammar scholl by the side. Quiet and peaceful and beautiful.

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Reviewed 3 May 2017

Based in an attractive SettingIn the heart of storic High Town ,Bridgnorth The Interior Matches its Impressive Exterior, the 17 century hammerbeam roof ,stands outin a Cathedral type close,its powerful sandstone Tower Dominates The Skyline
The Building was partially destroyed in the Civil War ,By ammunition ,which was stored in the church .The Present structure is mainly19 century .The Interior Of The Church is nearly as wide as St Pauls ,All The Woodwork,Stonework,Tiles & Stained Glass are Of the highest Quality Several Cast Iron monuments,dating from 1692 ~ 1707 Are Of high interest
The nave was restored ,& partially rebuilt to the designs of William Slaterin the late 1880's In 1976 the church was declared redundant,& Passed to the Church Conservation Trust in 1980,,Since when extensive repairs have been carried out . Upon entering the church you will obtain a detailed walk ~ Around guide ,Which is probably the most informative i have ever seen ,Please walk around the close to inspect the old buildings , the old grammar school etc ,Dont Forget to see the gargoyles,it's hard to believe you are only a stones trow from the busy high street

Thank Jeff W
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