Part of what made this church different from any others we toured through the Cotswolds was the passion of the groundskeepers there. They are mostly elderly retired men who volunteer to show visitors around the place and offer interesting tidbits of knowledge. The church itself is beautiful, and steeped in history dating back to a Roman ruin. There are bits and pieces in the building that came from other historically significant buildings in the area, most of which are no longer in existence. The guides are truly delightful though and it enriched the experience having someone show off their piece of history with the pride that only a local can have. The church has some original paintings on the walls which were recovered after the reformation. While touring many churches through the Cotswolds, this was the only one with murals on the walls so that was an interesting feature. There is a wealthy wool merchant that was buried in the church in the 15th century who had endowed a large sum of money to the parish church upon his death. One of the guides informed us that he would have been a billionaire in his day and that they are still using the endowment and prayers are still said for him daily because the money hasn't ran out. There is also a feature there of Anne Boleyn's cup that was passed down through her physician's family who still attend services there today.