Corhampton, Hampshire, *

“An unaltered Saxon chapel. It is unusual in having no dedication. It never had one…The chancel has extensive 12th- or early 13th century wall paintings on its west wall, including drapery, as if to imitate wall hangings…The yew tree is extremely old, the girth suggesting a date at least as old as the church.”

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