The original Saxson Preaching Cross outside the ChurchThe original Saxon Preaching cross outside the Church

St. Peters Church 
Conisbrough, South Yorkshire

 

 

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From The Roof

A Presentation from Pete Day

The two views below were taken by Pete Day a resident of nearby Denaby, who is also somewhat of a local historian. He has traveled much worldwide and can also add adventurer to his list of accomplishments. Recently in September 2006 he took advantage of the Heritage free day and paid a visit to the Church, and was fortunate in having Keith Barraclough as guide.  Pete also obtained the Church booklet upon which this site is based.

The photos give us a close up of the stonework on the church as well as a splendid view of the castle.

Photo courtesy and copyright Pete Day

 

Photo courtesy and copyright Pete Day

Many thanks to Pete Day for contributing the photos above for our enjoyment.

 

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