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I am no expert on dates and architecture, etc. However, this church stands prominently at the southern approach to the village, and my wife and I spent a short while looking round. The font appeared to be extremely old, and the church had a dignified...More
This delightful village church, listed Grade 2*, was flooded with light on the day we went. The tower dates from Norman times, though there may have been a church on the site earlier. The simple nave and chancel are 13th century; the tower was made...More