St Nicholas Church, Gloucester

I am not a religious man, in fact far from it, but I do appreciate the splendour and history of a good church. This picture was taken inside St Nicholas Church in Westgate Street, Gloucester. The church dates from 1190 but was sadly declared redundant in 1971. It is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust and is generally opened for the Heritage Open Days in September, which is when I snapped this picture in 2010.

St Nicholas Church, Westgate Str

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8 Responses to St Nicholas Church, Gloucester

  1. janh1 says:

    I like St Nicholas’ Church too. For many years it was locked up and unavailable to public access. Good to see that there are open days. It’s one of Gloucester’s landmarks with that leaning tower. 😀

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