I came out the door here on the North side so took a photo along it and walked around the back
This tie when walking in the churchyard my feet did not get wet in the grass
Over in the North East corner is an area where all the old headstones are laid flat lost from the original place
Leaning against the wall a couple of cast crosses with the names of the people who were buried under them some where in the curchyard.
The churchyard looking to the church
Couple of headstone from the same family
The tomb where you can still read the inscription on the side
Inside the church looked bigger that outside, the cancel arch having a rood screen across it
Here you look across the nave to the North aisle
The back of the church from the centre where you come in, this area was cordoned off
In the back of the nave which is cordoned off are a couple of memorials, one is the Roll of Honour for Charney & Lyford from World War One.
Till next time take care, stay safe and have a great weekend