Sunday, October 11, 2009

Chapel Allerton, Somerset

Yesterday saw a cloudless start to the day, and after a late breakfast I set off to the Somerset levels. My first church of the day was one I had never visited before, despite the fact I had been to all of its neighbours, and probably due to the complex network of small roads between here and the A38. My Sat Nav directed me faultlessly, but the road was blocked by an ambulance attending to an incident in someone's home. I managed to turn round and take a different lane and was soon here.
The dedication of the church has been lost over time and much of the detail belongs to a heavy Victorian restoration and enlargement. Bellcote with two bells over the chancel arch.

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