The origins of this church date back as far as early medieval times and possibly even earlier, but the church we see today has looked the way it does since 1724. It’s truly a community center, with religious, charitable, and musical gatherings happening all the time. There's also an art gallery, gift shop, and courtyard among other things that inhabit the property, so there's never a shortage of activities and things to see. Although there’s a lot going on here and in Trafalgar Square, which is constantly bustling, this can be a good place to get some peace and quiet between events, and admire the beautiful craftsmanship that has gone into the detailing of the church. You can also visit the Brass Rubbing Centre in the crypt and make your own unique homemade souvenirs.
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