Pembridge is along the A44 on the way to Wales, it is one of those quintessential English villages with beams and whitewashed walls. It has a Church in the village that is unseen as you drive through. What attracted me to the place was the bell tower that I saw a photo of on Geograph, so while going through on my way through one day I stopped off. The photos were taken a few years ago with a compact camera rather that my DSLR
The Market Hall and inn at Pembridge
Some rather nice Almshouses from 1661 the benefactor was the Bishop of Winchester.
And this is a converted chapel along the high street
This is a drive leading to ST Marys.
This is the entrance path leading to the porch
And this is the belltower that is separate to the church, something I have never seen before.
The churchyard with many of graves in it.
I read that the door dates back before the civil war and has bullet marks to show for it.
Anyway the best bit is inside as I found out to my amazement.
The photos are not brilliant as I only had my compact camera but this is the nave looking towards the font at the back.
the altar with Chancel window above.
The Lords Prayer on a plaque to read.
A wonderfully carved pulpet
Along with some medieval wall painting