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St Peter's Church

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Main St, Heysham, England
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Graveyard well maintained. Small inside but beautiful. Few bits for sale inside although the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Zoe054
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Manchester
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St Peter's Church and St Patrick's chapel are situated in a scenic location which is one of the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Mossman19
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Main St, Heysham, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Graveyard well maintained. Small inside but beautiful. Few bits for sale inside although the booklet could be more informative with better pictures. Opportunity to light a candle. Staff/volunteer inside to answer any questions although was not for moving when the public were trying to take...More

Thank Zoe054
Reviewed 5 days ago

St Peter's Church and St Patrick's chapel are situated in a scenic location which is one of the oldest Christian sites in the country, if not Europe. You can overlook Morecambe Bay and see much of the Lake District from there.

Thank Mossman19
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having grown up in Heysham during the 1950's I attended St Peters primary school and church, a recent visit showed they have changed little. Stroll down Main Street and St Peters Church is towards the end on the left. As we walked towards the church...More

Thank Tony E
Reviewed 1 week ago

visited heysham village while we were staying at ocean edge resort, came across st peters stunning little church dating back to 700's and you can tell very nice man in there who i think is a guide also the chapel up the rd is worth...More

Thank kelljoe112
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We arrived via the new road off the M6. (saves around 10 mins ) there's ample parking with toilets (height restriction ) come down into the village on your left . A 2 minute walk on the cobbled street takes you to the foot of...More

Thank Gwenetty
Reviewed 16 May 2017

I was lucky to visit here on a lovely sunny day and it is one of the most beautiful places to visit, so much history and amazing views to be seen, definitely a must see with St Patrick's chapel. Spectacular views

Thank christiner0bins0n5
Reviewed 1 May 2017

A real step back in time fab stone building with beams to match lime plaster in abundance but some repairs needed church yard well worth a visit .

Thank Michael G
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

No one should visit Heysham village and not call into this church, also Heysham head and the stone graves.

Thank Peter S
Reviewed 19 February 2017

We walk past this church regularly, partic at weekends. Some interesting history and graves to ponder over. Lovely views and Heysham is a pleasant village to spend some time. We continue past the church to The Barrows for a longer walk - popular with dog...More

1  Thank Nigel D
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

Disappointingly the church was closed as a new boiler is being installed and not easy to see through the windows. A Grade1 listed building and lots of people around so you can't help but feel the Vicar is missing a trick here being shut. But...More

Thank nelly_norman
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