The church, which has not been used for worship since 1998, has been very well preserved by a charity I have never heard of but who clearly know their business. There is information on boards and in booklets in the church. It charts the history of the church for 4 centuries and is fascinating. It won’t take long-I’d allow 45 minutes- but I think it worth a visit.
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