By Adam Beddington - 1st January 2014 6:00am
A couple of different perspectives of St Andrews Church and the immediate surroundings
contrasting the evening view of the tower with the church on a pleasant summer's day.
Starting with a view of the front of the church looking initially from Church Street.
Then from the rear of the church we can get an appreciation of the older gravestones put into place over the years.
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