I was disappointed to find the church locked when I arrived but very soon a team of ladies arrived to do the Easter flowers and they allowed me to look around with a guide sheet. Fascinating to see how the building had been developed over the centuries, from Saxon times(using Roman bricks) onwards.
Rather saddened to see that part of the grave yard had been taken over by drug users and there was their litter of syringes and graffiti in what should have been a peaceful place. ( I mentioned this to the flower ladies and they said they have to clear this up every day. Nothing can be done sadly....)
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