Saturday, April 16, 2011

Holy Trinity, Godmanstone, Dorset

Sharp braking as we spotted a sign saying "<11th Cent. Church". We parked opposite England's smallest pub which caused me some consternation as I had been here before and had a drink but could not remember when or where I had been travelling to. I certainly had not been to the church before.
Not large and entered via a suspicious looking Norman south door, where even the two doors were "Norman"; the interior of the same doorway had a definite C19 arch. However the chancel arch is definitely original. Not a great deal else to see, some early Victorian tablets in the chancel.

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