You can’t really avoid the Holy Trinity Church is you’re heading to the quay but, of course, whether you go inside a matter for you. Even from a non religious perspective the church has interest, the Inclusion in the Bayeux Tapestry ( the copied section on display is very good) and being, allegedly, the burial place for King Canute’s daughter. The Saxon architecture is well preserved and impressive, this is after all a seriously ancient church. It’s pleasant inside, fairly small and with an understated dignity. Our first visit however if back in the vicinity would certainly go back again and if the timings worked would go for one of the Sunday services.
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