St Alkmund’s Church is a captivating Grade I-listed building with a serene atmosphere. The church was founded in 912 AD. St Alkmund’s was initially built of white stone, giving name to the town. However, in 1711 the tower collapsed and had to be rebuilt in red sandstone ashlar, which is why the ‘white church’ looks a little redder than you might expect.
September 11, 2019
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