We visited this pretty church on 1st February, the church was closed. The weather was cold and the sun was in and out . . . mostly in 😦
With its round tower topped with a tall steeple, it is like a fairytale church.
We visited St Mary’s in Mundon on 31st January 2018. It was bitterly cold and we caught it between showers of sleet, fortunately the sun came out for us though 🙂
It is redundant, but not deconsecrated. At the back of the church is a field and you can walk across it to the Mundon petrified oaks. We were hoping to do this but it was so muddy that it would have been a very unpleasant walk and our white fluffy dog would have got filthy.
We visited on a sunny 13th August 2017, it was a Sunday but despite that the church was locked.
It’s a big handsome church with some fine large trees, right beside the main Wickford road, very busy traffic. There is a small churchyard round the church and another separate one across the road.
The exterior and churchyard: