Croydon Minster

Croydon

Croydon Minster has a long and distinguished history with the first record of a church building being in Domesday Book. The church had close links with the Archbishops of Canterbury who had a Palace in Croydon. Six Archbishops of Canterbury are buried in the Minster. Visiting monarchs include Henry VII, Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. Ten bishops have been consecrated here and the church continues to be regularly used for ordinations and major diocesan and civic services, as well as for the daily worship.

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