We received a warm welcome from the staff at this church when we visited it, and several members were also helpful in pointing out various features. The tower, with its spire, is 14c but the nave and chancel date from the 19c so are of little interest from an architectural history point of view. However, beneath the tower are two tombs chests. One has the outline of a knight incised into the top, whilst on the top of the other is the effigy of a woman. However, the real surprise is beneath this tomb. If you look down the back you will find the ghoulish stone statue of a skeleton.
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