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St Andrew's Church

Christians have been meeting on the site of St Andrew's for almost 1,200 years, and the church was enlarged to its present shape between 1370 and 1486.

The city was bombed during the Second World War leaving the church a roofless shell. The church was restored, and the word 'resurgam', meaning 'I will arise again' is now carved in stone above the doorway through which most people enter the church.

Once inside the building there are many points of interest. Visit the St Andrew's Church website for more information.