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I was raised on the headland and joined the choir at St Hildas but alas due to a handicap I had to leave (I couldn’t sing) I still have a picture taken of me in full choristers robe, as I grew up I attended Henry...More
We visited this church during a heritage weekend. Interesting display of the history of the area, and informed guides to talk about the church's development and its relationship to the abbey bar Whitby. Good coffe/tea and home made cake/scones were available. Parking adjacent. Toilet facilities...More
we went here for a family christening and on entering we were pleasantly suprised. The church was magnificent but there was allso photographs al round the walls showing the area during the war, especially the bombardment.
On the day we happened to find this beautiful church it was not open but a walk around the outside was lovely. Flying buttresses dominate from the front and it overlooks the water. Wonderful architecture and a well maintained building and church yard.