The church grounds are packed with elaboratelty carved gravestones, but like so many in Rutland, many of them are very badly weathered.
Not much to mention in the church grounds apart from a Victorian box tomb which had a torch on the side pointing downwards, symbolising death and mourning. If the torch had been pointing upwards it would have symbolised eternal life.
Considering that the church here is quite close to the main road leading in to Uppingham, it was remarkably peaceful and quiet here. The church really is centre of the village, and it was good to see several people in and around the church as I was there.
Enjoyed my time here. The sun had started to dip as I left and started to head back towards Peterborough. Five churches shot, a good day.