St Mary's Church, Stamford is a parish church in the Church of England, located in Stamford, Lincolnshire, lending its name to St Mary's Hill (part of the old Great North Road) on which it stands, and which runs down to the river crossing opposite The George Hotel.
The church was built by the twelfth century, the tower in the thirteenth century and the spire in the fourteenth century. The spire was saved from collapse following a recommendation by William Stukeley in 1741 that it should be repaired, work which was eventually carried out in 1788 by Charles Haynes, using iron strapping. The spire was strengthened again in 1913 by the addition of internal tie bars.
|Friday||10:00 AM – 12:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
Hadrian Asher | Oct 16, 2017
Beautiful building and very friendly welcome
A Google User | Oct 22, 2009
The church is not where the red flag shows it on the map - that is more likely the office, or Georges Place, the meeting place. For the church, look to the east (i.e. to the right) a bit, where there is a one way street, and a little triangle between the streets. It is in that triangle.
Sean goodman_03 | Dec 19, 2017
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