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Good Morning Everyone,

The church is St. Gregory's, and is a lovely medieval example.

The body of the church dates back to the 14th-century, although the tower is older. St Gregory's is noted for its wall-paintings, which include a depiction of St George and the dragon at the west end of the north aisle.

The church became redundant as a place of worship, like many such buildings and I wanted to show you how it has become rejuvenated as an antiques centre.

What a great way to use a building rather than let it fall into disrepair!

I was really undecided about which of my two photographs to show as the main one but, in the end, opted for this one because of the ambience created by the figures, animating the leading pathway.

The second shot is much closer.

Have a lovely day and keep safe, Bev :-)

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