Recently I went to collect am awning for my caravan and noticed nearby was a church, it was in a small village called Albury which is mentioned in the Domeday Book. The church dates back to the 13 century though the present one was built in after the old one was demolished in 1828. The church is along a single track road with a few houses nearby.
The church as seen from the entrance gate
The churchyard was well kept and had new and old graves
The large chest tomb was most impressive
The churchyard on the east end of the church
Some of the older headstones
The south side of St Helen's looking up the footpath to the porch
Graves near the porch
Over the top of the rood screen is a carved depiction of the crucifixion.
The stained glass i n the church was of a high standard
There are also some nice memorials and a tomb in the aisle.
Small altar to the Madonna & Child
The memorial to the men from Albury & Tiddington who were killed in the first world war.
The church font and the knealers which are the handiwork of the WI