A small rural church seats fewer than fifty, with a nave no more than 30 feet long. All the churches and chapels included in the book are still in use and can be visited by the growing number of enthusiasts who seek them out to enjoy their beauty and historical associations. A church such as St Enodoc in Cornwall, where Sir John Betjeman is buried, and St Michael de Rupe in Brentor, Devon, are prime examples of the type of church to be chosen. The book will be illustrated with photographs, line drawings and engravings and the text will be informative but not dry and include anecdotes and notes on the locality.Über den Autor:
John Kinross is steeped in church history and is the son of a vicar. He spent much of his working life on the magazine Country Life. Now retired, he keeps bees and is a publisher of apiculture titles. He is the author of Discovering Battlefields of England and The Boyne and Augrim (Great Battles Series).
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