I visited this cathedral on 6th December 2016 as part of a trip to Belgian Christmas markets with my sister. As is often the case with cathedrals, it was impossible to stand far back enough to get a view of the whole building, because of all the other buildings surrounding it.
These photos were taken on 24th June 2011, although we have visited Whitby and this church several times over the years.
The church is on the cliffs, beside the ruins of Whitby Abbey, and at the top of the steep 190 steps from the town up to the summit. It’s a fantastic climb up, with the viewpoint changing with every step.
We visited this church on the 2nd October 2017. The church is positioned at the bottom of a hill, with the High Street rising up to Warkworth Castle at the top, and it has a river behind it at the edge of the graveyard. A lovely location.
This was one of 5 churches visited by the Prittlewell Bellringers on our summer outing on 28th August 2017. A very pretty striped church, set in a pretty village amongst beautiful old houses, a handsome pub opposite also.
We visited this church on 19th June 2011. We didn’t go inside. It was a fairly dull damp day but the church and graveyard looked beautiful set on a steep hill overlooking Scarborough Bay, with the Castle over to one side.