Alderney's mixed heritage of French and English are evident in the design of this Victorian church - Norman French meets English Gothick just off the busiest road on St Anne's. The church is beautiful but, curiously seems almost too big for a such a small island - no wonder it is referred to as the 'Cathedral of the Channel Islands'. The inside offers peace and quiet but also a chance to see some wonderful murals around the altar written in both English and French.
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