This early 14th century medieval church is amongst Hull's oldest churches having received its licence in 1333. The Triple Crown symbol of the city is set in stained glass dated C 1400 and the church also possesses an Elizabethan Communion Table. Also, St Mary’s contains memorials to a significant number of Hull families, including the Blaydes, which were key to the city’s maritime history.
During the last few years, the church’s mission to the homeless has become a defining purpose and St Mary’s hosts soup kitchens two evenings a week.
To enable St Mary’s to expand its roles in both the local community and in the cultural life of the Old Town, plans for improvement works are moving forward with work is expected to start in 2020.
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