Visitors’ Book Excerpts


Found in a Parish Magazine from the 1950s- a quote from the visitor’s book of the time.

I have never seen a more perfect example of an English Country Church. It must give you a sense to deep joy to worship in such an old and holy place”

Long may it continue.

Other comments mention the sense of peace found here, or the beauty of the building and its surroundings. WHY NOT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. VISITORS ARE WELCOMED.


About the Visitors Book

A recent study of our Visitor’s Books past and present revealed that visitors come not only from all parts of the UK but all over the world, Europe, USA , New Zealand, Australia, South Africa.

Some are tourists interested in ancient buildings, others have family connections and may come seeking information about their forebears. Early in the year they often come to view our lovely array of snowdrops and other spring flowers. On either side of the main door are beds of early flowering daffodils, all well worth seeing. The daffodils were planted to mark the Millennium.