As I said it was the first of Six churches I visited and unfortunately the only one I did not get to see inside because it was locked, so you will have to wait till I can go back for some internal shots.
The church porch on the left with the east end of the church to the right
Inside the porch which is as far as I got is a plaque and a coat of arms
One of the more affluent tombs with railings round the outside
The churchyard on the east side of the path
Above the simple wooden cross of one of the ex pastors of the church.
On the right you can see some of the older graves near the east end of the church
above one headstone that is scumming to erosion and moss. To the left is the cemetery which is on the north side of the church
Near the end of it you can see a couple of small wooden crosses
Back to the east end of the church and some of the older headstones
Above one of the more unusual memorials in that it is cast iron, the inscription would have been slotted in but is now lost
the churchyard looking towards the church
another cast memorial this time with the inscription in place. It stands beside a more conventional headstone
Two eroding headstones still with the carving on the top
Above the north side of the church looking towards the Manor. On the left is the foundation stone from when the church was rebuilt
The west side churchyard
Looking from across the road to St Peters. It was a shame the day was so miserable and was a shame I did not get inside but another time.
I have now returned and photographed the inside you can see the pictures in this blog
Return to St Peters
Have a wonderful weekend