Queen Elizabeth I is reputed to have declared it to be the ‘fairest, goodliest and most famous parish church in England’. The building goes back to the 12th century although it is the work of 15th century stonemasons that provides the grandeur seen by visitors today. The Victorian stained glass was created by some of the finest studios of that period. The church has strong seafaring connections with Cabot and Admiral William Penn.
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