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St Laurence Church

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St Laurence Church

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bazza1943 wrote a review Feb 2020
Ramsgate, United Kingdom73 contributions25 helpful votes
This church is Beautiful Sunday Service 0800hrs & 1000hrs lots going on with different groups eg Play group (coffee & Chaos Tuesday am, Bereavement group 1st Tuesday of the month,Church tours Graveyard tours just pop along
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Date of experience: January 2020
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alanb wrote a review Oct 2019
Lewes, United Kingdom466 contributions171 helpful votes
We spent some time walking around the graveyard identifying some notable individuals who are buried there. Although there were some lights on inside we couldn't get in because the door was locked but as we were leaving we asked a lady who was just arriving whether she knew if it was possible to get in. She was attached to the church and let us in via the vestry where one of her colleagues gave us a couple of leaflets about the interior, Well worth a vist.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Hatfield_visitor wrote a review Oct 2019
Borehamwood, United Kingdom370 contributions145 helpful votes
Great tour of the historic churchyard. Led by very knowledgeable and friendly guide Barbara. Saw monuments to some of the better known residents and heard interesting stories about them and the history of the churchyard. There are over 1400 graves in the churchyard including some Commonwealth War Graves. Would be good if more could be dome to maintain some of the graves/monuments. Had the chance of a quick look around the church before the tour....very beautiful and quite large.... must return to do one of the Church Tours which are apparently held on the first Saturday of each month for much of the year.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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James C wrote a review May 2019
91 contributions67 helpful votes
Came here for the Christmas christingle with my family! I come once a year to the church to see the christingle!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Robert MB B B wrote a review Sep 2018
Bedford, Texas801 contributions115 helpful votes
Got a tour from the caretaker. Saxons immigrated to this area in 596, and later built a church that was replaced by this Norman church building that was built in about 1062. It is fairly well preserved with nice stained glass windows. There are many crypts beneath the floor with plaques above them telling of famous local citizens including some of our Sprackling relatives. There is a cemetery that is not well maintained with graves going back hundreds of years. Many pilgrims came and worshiped here on their way to the continent and left inscriptions on inside columns. The city took away all the parking, so you have to park in the commercial area down the street.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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