We have visited this Church on a number of occasions over the years and it has always been open, which is a joy in itself. This is everything a village church should be and it has been within the centre of the community way back to Saxon times. A very welcoming atmosphere and many interesting connections and artefacts including the child’s internment, which is said to be a daughter of King Canute. Well worth a visit.
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