My wife an I went to West Bradley in Somerset to visit one of her friends rather than be sat while they chatted I went out to visit the church about half a mile away. Some history off Wikipedia :-
"The Anglican Church of St Andrew in West Bradley, within the English county of Somerset, dates from the 14th century. It is a Grade II* listed building.
The first chapel on the site appears in records dating from 1168. Until 1875 it was a subsidiary chapel to the Church of All Saints at East Pennard. The dedication to St Andrew was only added in the 20th century.
It consists of a two-bay nave, a south porch and a chancel, which has an organ loft. The two-stage square west tower has a small stair-turret on the northern side. The tower holds a ring of bells, the oldest of which dates from 1706, and has a clock which was added in 1739. The chancel and some other parts of the church underwent extensive restoration in the 19th century. Inside the church are a Norman font and a piscina. Further work, including the underpinning of the chancel arch, was undertaken in 1898.
The parish is part of the benefice of Baltonsborough with Butleigh, West Bradley and West Pennard within the Diocese of Bath and Wells."
The view of St Andrew from over the roadside boundary wall
The churchyard from the path as you walk up looking over to the west
These graves are by the east end of the church
More over by the north west side
South west side beside the road
Which is quite plain
After going in the church I looked left towards the bell loft
The walked to the back to get a view down the nave
In the chancel