Walked all the way round this interesting-looking building enjoying the construction of a Tudor garden with pergola, and a lot of raised herb garden beds with wicker edging. Lovely roses scent the air as you walk the paths, there is a knot garden, and it will be a beautiful place to sit in the sun and relax. The cistern attached to the church is another bit of history. I also noted the combination of brick and stone, and the unusual trinitarian motif over the west door.
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