If you’re the sort of person to go to Biggleswade for a day — such as to visit a 300 year old folly –maybe take in three very old, and very different types of church while you are there.
A small side street near Cannon Street railway station marks the site of a ancient graveyard, and today, a ventilation shaft for the London Underground.
On site of an ancient church stands its modern successor, and a most curious set of modern stained glass windows.
If you were to walk up the spiral staircase to St Paul Cathedral’s famous whispering gallery, you might notice locked doors leading to hidden places, and behind one of them lurks a marvel.
Southwark Cathedral is planning a special night where the interior will be lit by candles, just for photographers.
Located on a side street near Soho can be found a modest looking building with a history seeped in riot, anti-catholic executions, and war.
In 1821, had a person looked up at the summit of St Paul’s Cathedral, a wonderous sight would have greeted their eyes.