It is thought that a wooden church may have existed in Aldbourne as early as the 7th or 8th century and the Domesday Book (1086) records that the church held two hides of land, sufficient for two plough teams, to provide for the church and priest.
The church stands high on the hillside above the Avon meadows.
This Grade I church is to be found in a farmyard setting.
Mysterious trapdoors, buried Sarsen stones and ancient yew trees.
The church is situated in a quiet spot above the River Ebble.
This large flint cruciform Grade I church was built for the Benedictine nuns of Amesbury.
The church was built c1230 by the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem.
The Grade I church is a mixture of styles from Norman to Perpendicular.
The Grade I church is well grouped with the Tudor manor.
A small 13th century church.
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Lots of churchyards have swathes of snowdrops, but some also welcome intrepid spring seekers with open days, tours, hot cups of steaming tea and coffee and yummy cake.
Arthur, sometimes known as ‘the king that was and the king that shall be’, is recognised all over the world as one of the most famous characters of myth and legend.