Having known about this place for quite a few years and taking me an embarrassingly long time to find, despite the obvious name, I finally found myself at All Saints Church.
After thinking twice after finding a rather live wasp nest, we made our way inside. Unfortunately most of the features have long gone, namely the seats, leaving only decaying floors and pigeon droppings.
A short, yet certainly sweet, little explore that took an equally embarrassing amount of time wondering why the smaller door would not open.
Unusually, comparing my pictures from earlier reports, there appears to be more inside than there was 10 years ago.
Short history borrowed from Nelly on 28 Days Later
Deconsecrated in March 1985, the church dates from the fourteenth century, and was first mentioned in registers in 1538 and still has two windows of that age.