Sunday, 30 September 2012

An English Churchyard

The grade 1 listed, 12th century Church of St Mary at Hemington, Somerset is well worth a visit. It is a redundant church, since 1971 and has been in the care of Churches Conservation Trust since 1972. The tower, built between 1480 and 1500, is one of the smallest complete church towers in England. Inside the church and outside in the churchyard, there is much to catch the eye. Here are a selection of views. Click on an image for a closer view.

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