Very little in the church grounds caught my eye, . It appears as if there has been a pretty substantial graveyard clearence here at some point and there is little of any real age or quality to comment on. Gravestones are scattered about, widely spaced, with the odd stone having fallen over completely.
Leaving All Saints and heading off towards neighbouring Molesweorth there are some good long range shots to be had. From a distance, the onlooker can really see how slender and elegant the spire is here. A really lovely piece of work, which was completed not too long before the Black Death would decimate the country.
This would go down as a very good start to my holiday, this being the first of 38 churches photographed on that trip. Back on the saddle and off to neighbouring Molesworth with its medieval wall paintings. This is a really nice area, and if you are in vicinity it is certainly worth a visit.