It was getting rather gloomy by the time I reached Worlington and the church was locked. A fruitful walnut tree adds interest to the grave yard. The north door is blocked.
The view from the north east. The clerestory and south aisle are 15th century.
And the south east with the 13th century Decorated chancel. Notice also the bell turret, a medieval relic where the sanctus bell would have hung. The bell too survived, but in the Moyse Hall Museum in Bury.
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