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Visited after lunch at Fawsley Hall. Walking through the field with several ewes with their lambs on a misty day to this very interesting church with some beautiful stained glass and a lot of fascinating history. Worth a visit.
I was lucky enough to grow up in the area and have wonderful memories of this church as a child and teenager. I have moved away but still return with my children to visit this extraordinary place. It is unrivalled in atmosphere and beauty.
All that remains of a medieval village, demolished centuries before, this is a pretty, somewhat atypical medieval church, with a range of bronzes and some interesting bits of stained glass. Of particular interest to American visitors are stained glass shields from George Washington's ancestors -...More
Felt like we were in an old novel walking to this church. You cross a field full of sheep, walk over a bridge over the ditch to keep the sheep from both the church and the churchyard, then you enter the church via a really...More