All right, it's really St John's, or the Parish Church, don't know where the Minster bit came from (I believe Leeds Parish Church, the blackest hole outside Calcutta, is also a Minster now). But it's a big old church, wide, long, quite low, full of old bench-ends and monuments to local dignitaries, beautiful windows, a regimental chapel. And Old Tristram, the alms-box. For some reason the last time I went there when I tried to take a picture of the old bosses in the ceiling the deputy acting assistant sub-verger told me I couldn't take pictures of the ceiling. Anything else seemed OK though. So as long as you don't look up you should be OK. Maybe you could put mirrors on the toes of your shoes. Interesting grotesques on the outside and good graves in the graveyard too.
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