St. Bartholomew's Old Church


Painted by an unknown artist sometime between 1711 and 1877.


The view above has been created from a position somewhere on the east of the lane, looking in a south westerley direction. The line of the hedge which crosses the lower quarter of the painting is probably the line of the lane. None of the buildings we can see today are present. The painting is an old faded watercolour, and it hangs in the vestry of the church.

  Below are 2 water colours which were painted by the wife of the Vicar before the new Church was built.