St Wulfram's, Grantham, through to semi-finals of 'Finest English Church' Twitter competition
St Wulfram's Church have progressed to the last four of a competition to decide the country's finest non-cathedral churches.
Today [Friday], the Grantham church triumphed over St Peter Mancroft in Norwich with 62.8% of the 807 votes.
In the semi-finals set to take place on Saturday May 23, St Wulframs will face Beverley Minster after they knocked out Sherborne Abbey in the previous round.
Previously, St Wulframs romped home in round three of the competition against Wimborne Minster in Dorset, following victories in the opening two rounds earlier in the week.
The competition is being organised on Twitter by award-winning performance poet Jay Hulme on Twitter, who has run similar competitions involving cathedrals in the past.
This time, he seeks to find "the finest non-cathedral Church of England churches."
Upon reaching the final four, St Wulframs tweeted: "Thanks for all your help! A real big boy next!!!"
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