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Wandered around the graveyard and enjoyed reading the headstones of the famous people buried there. Inside, the only part that really stood out was the mural on one section of the walls, other than that, it was just another church.
A really nice, well built Victorian church, which has an area on the right hand side as you go in called “PARRY,S” as a small coffee shop. They seem to think that there is a lot of restoration work to be done, but I was...More
Whilst looking for a parking place we came across St Peters Church. We liked the look of it from the outside a decided to take a look. Inside it is rely beautiful, it must be one of the few churches still having a Litch gate...More
This is a very nice church (if you like churches), it is close to a public car park and access is easy.
You can pick up a leaflet as you enter that gives you some basic information about the church and some of the key...More
Mary Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley are buried together within a few yards of the church, up a path at the hill at the back. An impressively solid monument. The church inside and out is impressive too. Plenty of community events, music, teas and coffees...More
Beautiful building and we go there every time we are in Bournemouth. Attended the 10am service on Sunday because it was supposed to be a sung Eucharist but sadly not this time. However, they had a brilliant organist and we would go again just to...More
We explored this church and graveyard on a very cold February day. Quite fascinated by the history and the famous people associated with the church particularly Mary Shelley who we did not realise was from this area. Sadly we were just too late to use...More
The chapel in the churchyard is the Resurrection Chapel. It was originally built as a mortuary chapel for the main church (before public mortuaries existed) but has been used for various things in the last few decades, most... More
The chapel in the churchyard is the Resurrection Chapel. It was originally built as a mortuary chapel for the main church (before public mortuaries existed) but has been used for various things in the last few decades, most recently by the small Celtic Orthodox community for their services. It has always been part of the parish church, and we are currently renovating it for various uses as a chapel and community space. (The Unitarian Church is on West Cliff, a mile or so away.)