This is quite a small church. Although there was a church on the site since the seventeenth century, this building is Victorian. The most poignant item, I noticed was a poem written in the second world war about the church. The author was serving on board ship and was writing his memories of the church and his desire to return to it. Unfortunately, he was killed and never came back, but his poem is there for all to enjoy.
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