The church stands perched on the hill and looks like an ordinary church, but inside it holds a lot of character and history, The worn paths give a clue to the number of feet that have trodden its way to the lord. You must see the carved chair which is lovely. The old block pews still show the signage of "for strangers only" and the trumpets attached to the pulpit so the vicars wife could tune into the sermon. Lots to see and the staff are so helpful. Please take a look and leave a contribution. A lot of work going on at the moment to attempt to stop it from falling into the sea. If you cant face the steps, go on the tourist bus, stop off and call in at the YMCA for a coffee and a cake.
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