This is a hard church to find, and approached up a narrow, tree lined road. Here we nearly met our end as rounding a bend we almost collided with a fast moving car driven by a young woman, clearly in a hurry!
Sadly by the time we had time was not on our side, the evening was drawing in and the church was locked. However, I had wanted to see the knapped flint crosses on the buttresses, of which there are five; some believe these to be consecration crosses as there are seven other buttresses without crosses, yet showing signs of repair over the centuries. Two crosses are visible in the photograph, so at least that mission was accomplished.
Inside there are fragments of a wall painting of St Christopher and two stained glass windows made by a Rector. A sight for another day.
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