Anyone else love old churches?
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I have a terrible habit of wanting to go into every picturesque church I see – I check out the age of the font, wander around the grounds, admire the windows, have a play on the organ if the vicar has been dippy enough to leave it open, peer at the plaques and tombs. I realise that sounds a bit morose and possibly a bit weirdy-beardy (!) but sod it, I find them really interesting.
Anyway, I was in Worminghall in mid Bucks the other day, attempting to try out a restaurant as I’ve heard it’s a goody. It was fully booked by 12pm which I guess is the sign that it really is the full lamb chop. But after realising I couldn’t eat there, I took a short diversion to the church and snapped these pictures.
Just a simple village church, on a beautiful day.
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