Feckenham Church Mono
Feckenham is at least an hours walk from my house if I don’t stop to take photographs along the way. Judging by the time on the church clock, I was up and out early that day.
A closer look at the tower make it evident that it is made up of a real mixture of stonework, large square stones and smaller, flatter, sandstone. It is quite possible that this stone was robbed from an earlier building nearby. An old roman road runs past the village less than a quarter of a mile to the south, not quite going through the village itself. This place has been inhabited a long time.