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St.Mary's was built between 1285 and 1305, the tower in the fourteenth century. Much restoration has been done over the years. Walking around this surprisingly large church, the eyes keep finding more and more to enjoy. Make a point of visiting this wonderful church.
Although often closed, this church is open on Sundays. It is a large building located close to a village green and outside is the village war memorial.
The floor is covered by red carpet, the heating was on, there is a large memorial brass to...More
What a beautiful church, next time you are out on a trip call in and have a look. Well kept grass, lots of history and friendly village people to talk too. Afterwards why not walk up past the mill to the Artichoke for a drink...More
A lovely church in a lovely setting. The Curit Phil Greig was most charming. Congregation really friendly, however this church could go a long way by being more upbeat to encourage a younger generation. Hopefully with the church music club last Saturday of the month,...More