The church was locked.
Apart from the tower (probably Saxon, although the top is 18th century) and porch, the majority of the church is a Victorian rebuild, the church having become very dilapidated by the early 19th century. The architect for the nave was John Johnson of Bury.
Here is a view of the north side.
And finally of the church from the north west, showing the massive buttresses on the round tower.
On our way out of the village, we spotted a group of geese, idly drinking water from a pond on the road. How could I resist a picture?
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