Posted: June 2018
The Bedgrove House Group recently paid a visit to St Mary the Virgin Church at Drayton Beauchamp (pronounced Beecham). This attractive 13th century church has a fascinating history and many points of interest. These include a 15th century stained glass windows of ten of the apostles and two fourteenth century brass rubbings. These and the many other points of interest both inside and outside the church, were explained to us by our very helpful guides. They also sustained with us excellent coffee and some home baking.
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