You would be very lucky stubble across this church by accident. It is hidden gem down a deep lane, in the middle of rural south Somerset. It cannot be seen from the only road through the tiny village.
I was very lucky to be invited into the church to look around and take some pictures. The tower is the oldest part of the church. The rest having burnt down several times and rebuilt.
A rare pollination in action? A few flies do visit the flowers, before they collapse to sow their seeds just a few inches away.
The area around the church suffered during the recent storms. Parts of a horse chestnut tree broke away, another tree came down nearly reaching a neighbours house. Even nearby walls needed repairs. Thankfully, the church was not damaged.
Patches of snowdrops across the churchyard, and the surrounding grounds of the big house.
The stained glass is very good.
In the churchyard next to the church is a wonderful bank of snowdrops. But the slabs around the church are so slippery, so be careful.
The church has an amazing organ.