In a posh Kensington square, what looks to be a classic Victorian Anglican church is actually a French Catholic convent.
The famous journalist’s church on Fleet Street also contains a museum of over 2,000 years of London history in its crypt.
In the heart of the jam making village of Tiptree is this grand and rather large parish church built in the middle of the Victorian era.
Surround by the modern Barbican estate, this old church is one of the few within the City of London that are medieval in nature, having survived the Great Fire of London and WW2 bombs.
Just off Sloane Square is a church that amongst many notable things, also also famously wider that St Paul’s Cathedral.
On a very small side street near Kings Road is a modern yet older looking Catholic Church with a very long name.
Just around the corner from the grand and impressive St Bartholomew-the-Great church is its smaller cousin, the Less.
For the first time ever, Westminster Abbey is allowing photography within its building by members of the public.
There’s a church next to busy Piccadilly Circus which most us probably know more from the market in its courtyard than the church behind.
One of the more famous churches in London can be found just off Leicester Square, and was also once home to an even more famous entertainment venue.
Behind a gray stone facade and up some plain steps can be found a riot of blue and gold — the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College.
An old city with lots of wealth and people, has a lot of old churches to visit – so a perambulation around the Churches of Cambridge.
Hidden behind a high wall, an ancient building in Ilford is not just the oldest building in Ilford, but one of the oldest in the entire of London.
One of the oldest churches in the City of London has secured a new life, by serving up coffees and sarnies to hungry city workers.
A small door in an old building conceals a chapel to the memory of the man who founded a great hospital.
An old Roman Catholic church was undergoing restoration when they uncovered something remarkable, and now the restoration is astonishing.
St Paul’s Cathedral has decided to allow photography within the building, overturning a ban that was often surreptitiously ignored anyway.
A tiny village contains an exceptionally old, and magnificent church. This is St John the Baptist Church in Aldbury, near Tring.
Next to mighty Westminster Abbey is the rather smaller St. Margaret’s Church, and at the moment, the Tudor era tower is covered in scaffolding.
High up above the Nave of Westminster Abbey is a new exhibition space, with incidentally, what has often been described as the “the best view in Europe”.
Timely news from the National Church Trust which has been watching the demise of the local pub for the date that the number of pubs sinks below the number of churches.
Dedicated to a 14th-century queen consort of Portugal, it claims to be oldest standing Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Southwark.
There’s a rather fine looking church in East London that I have passed on many an occasion with doors locked, but last week, the doors were open, so inside I went.
Sitting next to what was once the West Ham football club, and is now a generic housing development is a one-hundred(ish) year old Catholic Church.
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