Monday, March 28, 2011

St Cuthbert's, Peaseholme Green

This is reckoned to be the oldest church in York after the Minster itself. It is now an administrative centre for St Michael le Belfry, and home to Yo-Yo schools work, for which see the sidebar. For a view of the other side of the church taken from the city walls, go here, and for the main door with a carpet of crocuses, here.

Very close by is a smart Italian restaurant, a lovely public garden, the Tapestry Museum and the Black Swan pub. 

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