Sunday, 6 June 2010

Saxon church at Wootton Wawen

We had to put into a boat yard at Wootton Wawen to sort out our water supply. Close by there was an excellent example of farm diversification where a series retail outlets including second hand books, a farm shop, jewellery workshop etc have been established. We had an great breakfast in the cafe before I set off to explore the Saxon Church of St Peter leaving the Disgruntled Radical to browse the book shop in search of the works of a mistress of a long lost relative. 

The Saxon bit-over 900 years old- is the sanctuary  (first photo).  

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