This is All Saints Church in Corston (not to be confused with Corston, Wilts). The present church dates from the 14th century and its stumpy 'candle-snuffer' spire (one of only 18 on mediaeval churches in Somerset) gives it a homely appearance.
Much of the fabric of the interior has been swept away, however, and I found few traces of the distant past. Though if you are a church in need of new choir furniture, these modern Gothic examples are a fine option (here with the Millennium tapestry behind).
Coming from a rather plainer religious background , this old rugged cross was altogether more familiar to me.
It was a beautiful day to wander about a bit, with views over the valley and marshy brook that gives the village its name.
... and of those who left room for their loved ones, only for the ungrateful And Also's to carry on living and move on - and into another's grave.