St Anne, Thornbury, Herefordshire by ChurchCrawler
St Anne’s church is situated in a very well-kept churchyard, and has another of the local low bulky unbuttressed towers! The church was once larger, as can be seen by the blocked three bayed C13 south arcade. The porch and its doorway are Victorian, presumably by Kempson who rebuilt the chancel in 1865. However on the north side of the nave is a blocked Norman doorway with a blank tympanum. Inside there is a Norman font decorated with lozenges but not a lot else of note. However I did like the four-bayed Gothic board with the Lords Prayer, Commandments and Creed on the north side of the nave, as well as the glass in the east window with central figure of Moses and flanking willowy angels with wings so small they would never have carried them off!
Lauren can you make a post with links to all the fics you plan on rereading? Plus, I loved your drawing it was super cute ❤️