This is England's biggest heritage festival, with many buildings and places opening their doors to the public.
St Leonard's was declared redundant in 1976 and is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.
We were delighted to be able to take advantage of this opportunity to get a bird's eye view of Bridgnorth, and spent the best part of an hour up there taking pictures.
Mike hadn't been to top of the tower since the 1970s, when he photographed the church choir in full voice while he was working for the Bridgnorth Journal.
The tower was only open for a few hours and rain had been forecast, but thankfully the showers never materialised and we enjoyed healthy amounts of blue sky and bright sunshine.
Some of our pictures are seen below, and they include shots of the clock winding room. Interestingly, there is no clock face on the church tower, and the people of Bridgnorth used to rely on the chimes to tell the time of day.
We've included some of our pictures from the day below, and are already looking forward to next year so that we can photograph other places that are rarely open to the public.
Thank you to the team at Heritage Open Days!