Cambridge: Discover two CCT historic churches
A scenic walk around Cambridge starting at St Peter’s which is a tiny church originally built in the 11th Century.
The route then takes you past many places of interest including All Saints’ church, built in the 1860s and a triumph of Victorian art and design.
St Peter’s: Cambridge’s smallest medieval church, retaining some Norman features and a fascinating font carved with figures of mermen.
All Saints’: The city’s stunning painted church. A building by G.F. Bodley incorporating windows and artwork by William Morris and his circle.
A short 1.5 mile walk (2.2 kms) which will take about 45 minutes. Accessible for prams and wheelchairs, straightforward route on paths.
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