Better known as the Crooked Spire, Chesterfield parish church is a true icon of Derbyshire with a fascinating history. Construction began during the 13th century and there are some intriguing theories around why the spire warped.
This fascinating virtual tour has had 300,000 views. It has made it possible for everyone to explore this amazing building and hopefully encouraged people to visit the church and the town of Chesterfield.
The next best thing to being there. The amazing view from the parapet overlooking the Derbyshire market town of Chesterfield
The spire is open to the public most Saturdays in the winter, and most days in the summer
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