Today my work took me to Compton Abdale area to try and track down a quarry last used in the 15th century.
St. Michaels is a typical Black Death church in the Cotswold. In the 1348 - 1349 epidemic the villagers tried to contain the disease by burning their houses to the ground leaving only the church and a few substantial buildings standing, now alone with no evidence of a surrounding village.
12th century font and corbels.
Like many churches we still have the suposed musket ball holes from the English civil war.