There are a few clear signposts to direct you to this smart village church five miles south of Cirencester. It is located next to a manor house and the walk from the lych gate to the entrance is a delight. Flowers and old graves abound.
Entrance is via a porch and a large wooden door. Inside the church is in two parts, divided by two stones arches and there are two columns of wooden pews. On the walls are a wooden W.W. 2 war memorial and a stunning stone memorial to those lost in the Great War.
The glass in the many windows are both clear and coloured, but the best is the clear, tall one opposite the entrance which is where the old entrance to the original Saxon church was located. It affords clear views out to the churchyard and allows light to flood into the church.
Regrettably those old Victorians got away with tiling the floor ...urgh, but it is a lovely church to visit and there is a large car park next to it. Recommended.
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