Exhibition by village quilters and crafters for church’s heritage open weekend
The display, from Friday to Sunday, was organised by Robbie Mann, who also produced some of the items on display.
She explained that she is part of the Mulberry Quilters who meet in the village and they, along with other local crafters, worked towards putting on the fantastic display of art and craftwork.
Among the exhibits was a tapestry to mark the King’s coronation, assembled from pieces made by the quilters group. It is normally on display in the village hall.
Built around 1350, St Denis’ Church retains many of its original features including a Norman ropework font, poppy head pews, Jacobean pulpit, Christopher Whall and Glen Carter stained windows.
The church will next be holding a flea market on September 23.