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This pub is situated just next to the local Church and Graveyard so prepare yourself for a few eerie evenings should you choose to come here. Fullers have now overtaken this pub from Gales
creepy very old church just next to Manor Farm, with a very creepy graveyard aswell, which is always fun to have a look around!!
at the Battle of Waterloo. In the graveyard, in a small area enclosed by privet hedges, is the grave to the Jesuit Father George Tyrrell (1861-1909). Regarded by some as the foremost
on a prime night. A few cans of lager in the local graveyard on a cold and rainy night is preferable to this sad place.
The graveyard has a huge early 19th century vault for the Prime family, and a charmingly macabre one to Charles Cook (d. 1767), which graphically depicts his death by a falling tree.
meets If Life was a thing That money could buy The Rich would live And the Poor would dye The church is still a focus of its tiny community, and judging by the state of the graveyard
ended in 1291). Outside, the church has an attractively wooded graveyard, and a Lych Gate with a heavy Horsham stone roof.
and has such a great feel to it. I have family interred in the graveyard from the 1600's through to 1920's, plus many other local family names ie Riddles, Sayers. A great place for checking
facilties once a week for hyms and to pray. It is also a graveyard which does give this church an eerie feeling but I think that is part of it's charm. When I go to a church I like to be
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