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Shaun H wrote a review Jan 2019
Frinton-On-Sea, United Kingdom8 contributions3 helpful votes
This church is the smallest complete church in Essex dating back to the Norman times. It is very well kept as is the church yard with many grave stones datong back hundreds of years (perfect for historians) in the spring and summer the church yard is alive with bird song and the many wild flowers that grow and if you go at the right time you get to smell all the wikd garlic after the grass has been cut. One of the previous posters says the church is no longer in use this is incorrect the do evening services only (I live 5 mins away)…
Date of experience: January 2019
Akkers1 wrote a review Jun 2018
London, United Kingdom659 contributions161 helpful votes
St. Mary the Virgin is the beautiful quaint old church which is near the esplanade in Frinton that has very well-kept grounds.
Date of experience: June 2018
Austinallegro1London wrote a review Jun 2018
London23 contributions13 helpful votes
Contrary to the previous poster, this beautiful little church is still in use (for evening services only) and is one of the few churches left in Essex to have a traditional choral Book of Common Prayer service in the evenings. Well worth a visit.
Date of experience: April 2018
Peter K wrote a review May 2018
Warwick235 contributions115 helpful votes
This was the original Church in Frinton, Now empty and unused. But a delightful building and the of the county's smallest churches.
Date of experience: May 2018
Peter R wrote a review May 2018
83 contributions29 helpful votes
Lovely Church and Churchyard. I deal place for a wander if you like local history and Church arcitecture.
Date of experience: February 2018