This is the University Church which is used for many significant events in the Church and University year. It is well maintained and well staffed by people who realize the importance of the building and the history behind it. There are lots of interesting stained glass windows, statuettes and church fittings. Amongst the fittings is a set of twelve bells which are rung by members of "The Cambridge University Guild of Change ringers" and others. This is a new set which replaces a worn out set but some of the old set have been kept as they are part of the clock chime which was copied by the government and called "The westminster Chime" it should be called "The Cambridge chime"!
You can climb the tower and view the colleges of Cambridge from the tower roof, as well as admire the market square, the guildhall, and the centre of Cambridge.
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