Saturday, 5 May 2018
St Peters Church, Langley Burrell, Wiltshire.
St Peters is a Grade I Anglican Church in the Diocese of Bristol. Still hosting services the Church serves the community of Langley Burrell stretching in to the northern part of Chippenham, Wiltshire. There has been a Church on this site or nearby since the 9th century with parts of the current church still featuring some of the original stone from the original Saxon church. The church has undergone many renovations and changes but remains a fine example of church architecture.
I took the pictures on May 1st 2018, I was in the area unexpectedly with a bit of time to pass so went for a walk and discovered the church. Sadly the inside was closed but I took a few pictures in the grounds using my camera on my LG phone.
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