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St. Ippolyts, St. Ippolyts

November 14, 2015

St. Ippolyts, St. Ippolyts


A church with a wonderful name! – this comes from St. Hippolytus, the 3rd century Roman theologian. The church is open. Inside, I found a history folder, a welcome leaflet – which is well done. There is also a good leaflet of walks around the parish. Some notelets are also for sale. ‘Saints and Pilgrims’ is on display and there is a children’s area. The organ was being tuned at the time of my visit which was interesting. Under the tower is a display about bell ringing – the first I have seen. There are always no things to discover.

A prayer board can be used also. The church website is at but this has no visitor information on it which is a shame as otherwise this is a good church from the point of view of this study. It is well worth a visit.

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