This visit was on 13th May 2019. We have been here several times – it’s a lovely big church and is always open, also the town is very scenic with old buildings and little cafes, lots of thatched cottages near the church and of course the windmill. And best of all, there is a FREE car park just yards from the church, with loos!
There are more photos of both the exterior and interior on other entries on this blog.
We visited this pretty country church on 13th May 2019, and it was bright and sunny. The church was open. It was surrounded by fields, one with sheep in it, and everywhere the trees were growing leaves, and clouds of Queen Anne’s lace bordering the roads and fields. Essex at its finest.
We visited this church on 13th May 2019, and it was a bright sunny day, so bright that the photos are a bit too contrasty. It’s in a lovely rural setting, just a few houses nearby and a village green beside the churchyard.
(Google wouldn’t show a map here, sometimes it just won’t!)
We visited this church on 13th May 2019. It was sunny and bright and the photos are all a bit contrasty because of the brightness. The church is approached down a little lane and then past the front of Lindsell Hall – it felt a bit obtrusive but it was obviously the only way so they must get used to people going past!
The church was closed because work was being done, and there was a large van parked right in front of it so I have tried to get photos without the van in.
I have posted several photos of this church before, but on 28th April 2019 I came here on Sunday morning to ring, my first time inside the church. Unfortunately I didn’t take any photos of the interior (apart from the ringing room) as we were running late after having dashed over from Eastwood church, and we had to get on with ringing! It is a 6 bell tower.