A quick photo stop resulted in this picture of a this church situated close to the River Wye, which is tidal at this point. Sadly time did not permit internal photographs.
This little church was largely rebuilt in the 1840s and was again altered in 1889. The 15th century south porch is a survivor of both "attacks" and has a lovely vaulted ceiling. This building contains the reredos from St Mary's at Chapel hill, a medieval font and an interesting memorial to Julia Roberts, died 1839 by Woolcot of Bristol.
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