St Peter's Church (Conisbrough) Reviews
Description:Dating from 750AD, St Peter's Church is one of the oldest buildings in South Yorkshire
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by - written on 08/01/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
St Peter's Church in Conisbrough has a history that dates back to at least 750AD and is the oldest surviving buildings in South Yorkshire. It has been a continuous place of worship since it is was first constructed and today it is still a very active part of the local community. Conisbrough lies almost half way between Rotherham and Doncaster and is most famous for its Norman Castle, but many visitors to the castle don't realise that its church is at least four centuries older. It might be worth pointing out at this stage that despite its missing "o" from the end of the name Conisbrough is pronounced like borough rather that bruff. ... Read the complete review
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