Wight Church Trail
Churches, Chapels and Graveyards with great stories to tell
Wightlink’s newest themed booklet extends the scope of our Wight History Trail guide to include some of the Isle of Wight’s most distinctive churches. The Wight Church Trail is an eight-page supplement to the revised 2012 edition of the Wight History Trail and features 14 of the Island’s most interesting churches, chapels, abbeys and graveyards – each with a particular story to tell.
The Isle of Wight has more than its fair share of interesting and historic churches but because of its size - just 23 miles long and 13 miles wide – it can lay claim to having more per square mile than in most other parts of Britain, which means that enthusiasts can visit more of them on a short break. There are churches with Royal and literary connections, others of Norman origin and even one that with a thatched roof. For the intrepid explorer there are many more to uncover and we hope our trail will whet the appetite to find them.
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